"What Goes Around, Comes Around": The story of The Flash continues, as the story shifts attention to the villain Captain Boomerang! When the story starts, Captain Boomerang is being transported to a safer location. But he knows that to become a Rogue again, he needs to escape... so he throws a b
The Flash (Volume 3) #7 is an issue of the series The Flash (Volume 3) with a cover date of January, 2011. It was published on December 8, 2010.
Appearing in "What Goes Around, Comes Around"
- Captain Boomerang (Flashback and main story) (Origin)
- The Flash (Flashback only)
- Professor Zoom
- W.W. Wiggins (Flashback only)
- Girder (Cameo)
- Rick Flag (Flashback only)
- Amanda Waller (Flashback only)
- The Enchantress (Flashback only)
- Bronze Tiger (Flashback only) (Final appearance)
- Elizabeth Harkness (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "What Goes Around, Comes Around"
The story of The Flash continues, as the story shifts attention to the villain Captain Boomerang! When the story starts, Captain Boomerang is being transported to a safer location. But he knows that to become a Rogue again, he needs to escape... so he throws a boomerang, and destroys the transport, then runs away on foot. He remembers his childhood growing up, commenting that he never had any friends. But when he received his first boomerang his outlook changed, but not automatically. The first time he threw it, it hit his dad's car and broke the windshield. He was scolded, and decided that his only friend was the boomerang. It was the only thing, that always came back.
He then remembers, not too long ago, when he first became Captain Boomerang. A man named Walter Wiggins, hired him to be a mascot for his new line of toys, hoping it would attract new customers. It didn't. The kids were too interested in the Flash. So, he began a life of crime. Joining the Rogues, and later a group called the Suicide Squad. Even Later, at his mother's funeral. he found out that his "Father" wasn't really his father, that his mother had a love affair, so, without thinking, he killed his adoptive father. Back in the present, he walked into the Reverse-Flash's Cell and the first thing Thawne said, was that he was here to kill him, or try. he then says that he doesn't have the guts to set him free, but if he does, then they will talk. So, Digger complies. And before he could blink, Zoom was right in front of him, but Digger remarks; "You don't scare me Thawne, I've been dead, and resurrected." He then asked, since Thawne was from the 25th century, how his life ended, and what this "white light" was that came to visit him. And what would happen if he didn't comply. Thawne then said that he sees nothing, that it doesn't matter, because Digger is nothing, and always will be. He then says "you've thrown out so much bad stuff in your life, and it's only going to come back!" Thawne then left. then the Rogues came in and put Digger at gunpoint. And they all want to know, "What have you done!"
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