"And the Beat Goes Off": Captain Darryl Frye fires Barry Allen, but the Flash has to save him from an atomic bomb planted in his pacemaker.
The Flash #301 is an issue of the series The Flash (Volume 1) with a cover date of September, 1981.
Synopsis for "And the Beat Goes Off"
Captain Darryl Frye fires Barry Allen, but the Flash has to save him from an atomic bomb planted in his pacemaker.
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Synopsis for "How Laughs the Hyena"
While out on a date, Ronnie and Doreen come upon a group of youths beating someone up in the subway. Ronnie is about to switch to Firestorm, even though he knows it will reveal his secret to her, but Hyena suddenly appears and scatters the gang. When police officers arrive on the scene, Hyena begins attacking them , causing Doreen to scream. This seems to startle Hyena, who leaps in front of an approaching train and disappears. Date night is over so Ronnie goes to see Professor Stein and as Firestorm they trace the heat residue which the beast left behind. Ronnie is shocked when it leads to Doreen's house.
Appearing in "How Laughs the Hyena"
- The Flash Recommended Reading
- Firestorm Recommended Reading
- Firestorm (Volume 1)
- The Flash (Volume 1): The Flash #289– #304
- Firestorm (Volume 2)
- Justice League of America (Volume 1): Justice League of America #179– #225 & Justice League of America Annual #1–2
- Extreme Justice (Volume 1)
- JLA #69– #82
- Identity Crisis #5
- Firestorm (Volume 3)
- Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men (Volume 1)
- Legends of Tomorrow (Volume 1)