"Fatal Finale": The Flash states how despite his quick speed, he rarely ever gets a handle on what he plans to do, being late for both work and date. Similarly, he took too long to find out who was making the Rogues to attack him. Amazo kept him busy while he stole technology and abducted scient
The Flash Giant #7 is an issue of the series The Flash Giant (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 2019. It was published on August 18, 2019.
- 1 Synopsis for "Fatal Finale"
- 2 Appearing in "Fatal Finale"
- 3 Synopsis for "Planet Heist, Part Seven"
- 4 Appearing in "Planet Heist, Part Seven"
- 5 Synopsis for "Planet Heist, Conclusion"
- 6 Appearing in "Planet Heist, Conclusion"
- 7 Synopsis for "Shazam!" (Conclusion)
- 8 Appearing in "Shazam!" (Conclusion)
- 9 See Also
- 10 Recommended Reading
- 11 Links and References
Synopsis for "Fatal Finale"
The Flash states how despite his quick speed, he rarely ever gets a handle on what he plans to do, being late for both work and date. Similarly, he took too long to find out who was making the Rogues to attack him. Amazo kept him busy while he stole technology and abducted scientists, in addition to making android replicates of the Rogues. The only ally help he has now is the Weather Wizard, but isn't sure if he can count on him. Barry asks him if he's still going to him, but Mardon thinks it's best to stay out given how much the odds have turned against them.
Amazon stands back up and initially speaks in gibberish, but soon starts talking properly again and orders the androids to attack. Flash tells Mardon to stay behind him for his own good and starts remembering his school days, when he was constantly bullied and was poor at sports. He instead started devoting himself more to his studies and he determined that he won't ever let anyone else get bullied. As he evades the attacks of the android Rogues, Flash tells the Wizard to get all the scientists out and assures he has the capability to succeed.
As Flash is attacked by the androids, Mardon tells all the scientists that he's going to use a storm cloud to help them escape. Barry meanwhile finds that the androids are too fast and powerful for him to simply keep evading, realizing he needs another plan. After he is knocked to the ground by the Golden Glider android, he is told by Amazo that all of the robots were created so he may survive forever. Amazo knew only Flash could stop him, which is why he had the Rogues keep him busy while he appropriated their technology. He also lets him on to something no one else knows, he desires the eradication of humanity as he doesn't need them.
As Amazo gloats about the androids finding him if even he tried to flee, since they can track his speed, Barry uses this information to hatch a new plan and makes the androids accidentally hit each other while trying to hit him. The robots keep firing despite Amazo telling them to stand down and he grows despondent since Barry is destroying his key to eternity. All of the androids destroy each other while trying to attack the Flash, who states that every human deserves to live a happy life no matter who they are. Mardon soon returns and states he wanted to help fight against the androids after getting the scientists out.
Flash tells the Wizard that he still might become a good person someday, even if he himself may not believe so. Deciding to be positive about the future, Flash talks to Detective Ulski the next day and states that despite them disliking each other, they can still have mutual respect. He also states that his dad may be a convict, but he's shown determination of making his life better. Ulski realizes he may have been somewhat ignorantly harsh on him and commends him for his approach towards him. He realizes what he said about his father is true, since he helped him against Amazo regardless of any risk to his life, and goes to meet him in Iron Heights on his birthday.
Barry later decides to try to have another date with iris but this time, it's she who is late. Telling her to not worry about it, he hands her a bouquet of rises and states she doesn't come across as someone into candies and toys. Iris states she likes them and she'll understand if he only wants a quick bite, but Barry states it's better to instead just do things slow for now.
Appearing in "Fatal Finale"
- The Flash (Flashback and main story)
- Amazo (Dies)
- Captain Coover (Flashback and main story)
- Detective Ulski (Flashback and main story)
- Henry Allen
- Justice League (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "Planet Heist, Part Seven"
This story is reprinted from Adam Strange (Volume 2) #7.
on Rann, Sardath explains the mystery behind the planet's disappearance to Adam Strange and the Omega Men. Meanwhile, Sh'ri Valkyr, who has been tracking Strange from the get go in hopes of finding the missing planet as well, locates him and informs her master -- Starbreaker.
Appearing in "Planet Heist, Part Seven"
Synopsis for "Planet Heist, Conclusion"
This story is reprinted from Adam Strange (Volume 2) #8.
Appearing in "Planet Heist, Conclusion"
- Aleea Strange
- Alanna Strange
- Omega Men
- Vril Dox II
Synopsis for "Shazam!" (Conclusion)
This story is reprinted from Justice League (Volume 2) #21.
Shazam transfers some of his powers to his friends to help him fight Black Adam and the Seven Deadly Sins. As the battle continues, Shazam is still overpowered and his friends return to normal. Instead, Shazam turns back into Billy and provokes Black Adam to do the same; he does and dies as his mortal form is centuries old. With Black Adam gone, the Seven Sins flee from battle. Billy returns to his daily life and celebrates Christmas with his friends.
Appearing in "Shazam!" (Conclusion)
- The Flash Recommended Reading
- Adam Strange Recommended Reading
- Marvel Family Recommended Reading
- Whiz Comics (Volume 1)
- Captain Marvel Adventures (Volume 1)
- Captain Marvel, Jr. (Volume 1)
- Mary Marvel (Volume 1)
- Master Comics (Volume 1)
- Marvel Family (Volume 1)
- Hoppy the Marvel Bunny (Volume 1)
- Shazam! (Volume 1)
- Shazam!: The New Beginning (Volume 1)
- The Power of Shazam! (Volume 1)
- Superman/Shazam!: First Thunder (Volume 1)
- Shazam!: The Monster Society of Evil (Volume 1)
- The Trials of Shazam! (Volume 1)
- Billy Batson and the Magic of Shazam! (Volume 1)