"The Old Reform School Dodge": Dr. Morlo decided to send his grandson, Eddie "Evil Eye" Parker, off to reform school called Sunnyside Boys Camp, but it turned out to be a corrupt school ran by Rudolph West, the father
- Kid, after all his past scams, if Dad's atoning with something legal and trying to improve society ... I'm not going to interfere ...
- — Flash
Synopsis for "The Old Reform School Dodge"
Dr. Morlo decided to send his grandson, Eddie "Evil Eye" Parker, off to reform school called Sunnyside Boys Camp, but it turned out to be a corrupt school ran by Rudolph West, the father of Wally West. Even though Evil Eye was usually a bully, Bart Allen and his friends decide they need to help him. Impulse even asks the Flash to help, but he refuses. So Bart and company sneak into the school to rescue Evil Eye, and Morlo and Max Mercury work together to shut down the school.
Appearing in "The Old Reform School Dodge"
- Max Mercury
- Dr. Augustus Morlo
- Eddie "Evil Eye" Parker
- Preston Lindsay
- Roland "Rolly"
- Carol Bucklen
- Helen Claiborne
- Randall Sheridan
- Dr. Richard Renquist, The Smartest Boy on Earth
Graffiti style credits:
Janice "Chiang Gang" Letterer
G.C. "B4" W. Separations
L. "Alcatraz" Williams Warden
Grant unconditional parole to:
Bill "Midnight Express" Messner-Loebs Writer
Craig "The Prisoner" Rousseau Penciller
"Caged Heat" Kaalberg Inker
Tom "Cool Hand" McCraw Colorist
Impulse created by Waid & Wieringo
- William Messner-Loebs, Craig Rousseau, Barbara Kaalberg and Tom McCraw all make cameos as counselors at Sunnyside Boys Camp.
- Evil Eye is picked up at the corner of Dezago and Van Sciver streets, a nod to the upcoming creative team, starting in Impulse #50.
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