Friday, March 01, 2019
Number 2306: Gone in a Flash
This story stuck out for me because of the plot. A man can see the future while hearing the present.
In spite of the three dimwits, I have an affection for the Golden Age Flash, having first encountered him in the Silver Age story, “Flash of Two Worlds.”
Artist E.E. Hibbard drew a lot of Flash stories. He left comic books in 1947 and went to the J. Walter Thompson advertising agency. Later he became a member of the Society of Animal Artists. Gardner Fox wrote the script.
This story appeared in Flash Comics #67 (1945).