Flash #776 Preview: Breaking the Fourth Wall

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FLASH #776
DC Comics
0921DC182
0921DC183 – FLASH #776 CVR B JORGE CORONA & IVAN PLASCENCIA CARD STOCK VAR – $4.99
(W) Jeremy Adams (A) Fernando Pasarin (CA) Brandon Peterson
Doctor Fate arrives to whisk the Flash away to the IN-BETWEEN, a two-dimensional causeway filled with demonic forces. Now it's up to YOU, the reader, to help the Scarlet Speedster make his way through the dangerous dimension toward his final destination and the beginning of a brand-new adventure!
In Shops: 11/23/2021
SRP: $3.99

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