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"The Day The Flash Ran Away With Himself!": The Flash must cope with his super-speed gone haywire and find an antidote.

The Flash #154 is an issue of the series The Flash (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1965. It was published on June 3, 1965.

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Synopsis for "The Day The Flash Ran Away With Himself!"

The Flash must cope with his super-speed gone haywire and find an antidote.

Appearing in "Gangster Masquerade"

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Synopsis for "Gangster Masquerade"

The Flash lends a hand to down-and-out actor Dexter Myles and runs across a plot to smuggle three gangsters to safety.

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As noted by reader Dick Flinch in issue #157, at the second page, in the third panel of Gangster Masquerade, Barry Allen and Iris West are seated in a table. Behind them are two photographs depicting artist Carmine Infantino (left) and editor Julius Schwartz (right). [1]

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