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DC Preview: The Flash #759

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DC Preview: The Flash #759

“Finish Line” part one of six – leading to the finale of Joshua Williamson’s legendary run on The Flash!

A NEW STORY LINE BEGINS! “Finish Line” part one of six-leading to the finale of Joshua Williamson’s legendary run on The Flash! It’s Barry Allen’s last race! The Legion of Zoom has won. Central City is in ruins. Barry Allen is trapped in the Speed Force, his body taken over by the Reverse-Flash!

Written by: Joshua Williamson
Pencils: Scott Kolins, Rafa Sandoval
Inks: Scott Kolins, Jordi Tarragona
Colored by: Hi-Fi, Arif Prianto
Cover by: Hi-Fi, Howard Porter
Page Count: 24 Pages
Release Date: August 11 2020
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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DC Preview: The Flash #759

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DC Preview: The Flash #759

DC Preview: The Flash #759

DC Preview: The Flash #759

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