Crisis on Infinite Earths #8

    Crisis on Infinite Earths » Crisis on Infinite Earths #8 - A Flash of the Lightning released by DC Comics on November 1985.

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    The Anti-Monitor nears completion on a massive weapon calculated to destroy the Multiverse, and Earth's heroes are helpless! The villain has held the Flash captive since the Crisis began, but now The Fastest Man Alive is ready to battle back and destroy that machine--even if it means his own death!

    The death of Barry Allen, the legendary Flash, had been hinted at from the opening pages of "Crisis on Infinite Earths"#2 in May 1985. In this issues dramatic finale by writer Marv Wolfman and artist George Perez, Allen gave his life in order to destroy an antimatter cannon created by the Anti-Monitor. Literally running himself to death, the Flash was reduced to merely an empty costume. But once the Crisis had been won, Wally West would accept the legacy of his mentor and begin the adventures of the new Flash.


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    Project 500: Barry should have stayed dead. 0

     Barry's ultimate sacrifice. Welcome ComicVine's to this the eighth installment of Project 500. As you may know Project 500 was the idea of legendary reviewer Silkcuts.  This is in honor of his 500th review.  (Congratulations)  He saw a need that there were no reviews for the most famous DC Comics crossover ever.  The Crisis on Infinite Earths or the First Crisis as I like to call it.  He gathered some of the best reviewer's, and minds (modesty) for a Jam...

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