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The Flash
The Flash Brightest Day-2 Cover-1
General Information
Series: The Flash (Volume 3)
Issue Number: 2
First Published: May 12, 2010
Previous Issue: The Flash #1
Next Issue: The Flash #3


Synopsis for "Case One: The Dastardly Deaths of The Rogues, Part Two"Edit

The Flash Brightest Day-2 Cover-2

The Flash: The Brightest Day Issue #2 Cover-2

The story starts right where it left off. Barry Allen is still looking for the killer who murdered the man in the Mirror Master Costume, and still wanted for murder. The first thing The Flash does is he runs away, but these guys are fast. Using special hand cuffs, the group of people try to bring Barry in. But the Flash is to fast for them. He stops and asks for an explenation. The leader, Commander Cold, tells him that he is under arrest for a crime that he will commit in the future. The Flash, not believing them, runs away and takes cover as his Barry Allen alter ego, and goes to tell Iris Allen, his wife, what is going on.

Meanwhile, at the prison where Captain Boomerang is being held, he is still trying to get out... unsuccessfully. Mirror Master, and Captain Cold are watching him from their hideout and are disapointed. Captain Cold says that he thinks he will never get out. Mirror Master on the other hand, says that he has a chance. Barry tells Iris what is going on and Iris says that he would never do anything like that, and tells him to just lay low for a while, Barry agrees with her, but its too late, they've found him.

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