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    The Flash #123 Western Penn pedigree (DC, 1961) CGC NM 9.4 White pages. "Flash of Two Worlds" was a landmark book for comic fandom. To the delight of all readers, it introduced the concept that the Golden Age DC heroes still existed, living on a parallel world (later dubbed Earth-Two). The revolutionary idea paved the way for countless subsequent crossovers, all of which were fan favorites. In the story, Barry Allen blunders into the other dimension quite by accident. The Central City native finds himself in a place called Keystone City, a name he recognizes from... reading Golden Age comic books! This sets up an amazing thrill for comics fans as Barry meets the Golden Age Flash, Jay Garrick. To everyone's relief, the two get along swimmingly. The origin of each hero is recounted, and the team-up begins. All of it was rendered in the clean, appealing style of Carmine Infantino, who drew both the cover and the interior art. This bright, fresh, exciting copy is the best one you'll find on our particular Earth -- this is the highest grade that CGC has assigned for this issue to date. Overstreet 2004 NM- 9.2 value = $2,000.

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    June, 2004
    11th-12th Friday-Saturday
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