The Golden Age Flash

Issue
Cover Appearance?
Comment
Reprinted In
All-American Comics #74
No
"We Warned You" - makes a 3 panel cameo to bail out the Three Numbskulls
All-Flash #1
Yes
I:(no title) - thwarts criminals using scientist's formula to petrify people, II: (No title) - vs. the Monocle (not Hawkman foe), III:(no title) - vs. crooks in Oklahoma, IV:(no title) - foils criminals targeting hockey team Golden Age Flash Archives #2
All-Flash #2
Yes
(no title) - solves the mystery of the Threat, a small time criminal who uses prison time to master various disciplines to achieve revenge Golden Age Flash Archives #2
All-Flash #3
Yes
(no title) - vs. Adam Adams, an evil scientist
All-Flash #4
Yes
"Tale of the Time Capsule" - helps out a professor who has invented time traveling pills who is being exploited by crooks.
All-Flash #5
Yes
"The Case of The Patsy Colt" - captures crooks at a horse race
All-Flash #6
Yes
“The Ray That Changed Men’s Souls” – The three nitwits find a machine that alters the personalities of men and attract the attention of criminals Big Louie and Trigger Tom.
All-Flash #7
Yes
“House of Horrors” –  Crooks infiltrate a group of actors to cover a murder.
All-Flash #8
Yes
"Formula to Fairyland"- The Flash helps get a boy through surgical recovery by telling him a story of Flash’s adventures in a Fairy Tale dimension that may or may not be true.
All-Flash #9
Yes
"Adventure of the Stolen Telescope" - The Flash recaptures telescope from Nazis, "Into the Looking Glass" - prevents crooks from exploiting 4th dimension accessed via special mirror
All-Flash #10
Yes
"Case of the Curious Cat" - an adventure with a magical cat that makes wishes come true
All-Flash #11
Yes
"Troubles Come in Doubles" - Flash meets the Flash of another "earth' called Karma. Three Nitwits are dictatorial super-villains on the Planet Karma, I: Evart Kennan
All-Flash #12
Yes
"Tumble INN to Trouble" - I:Thinker, vs. the Thinker
All-Flash #13
Yes
"Campaign Against the Flash" - When the Flash has been declared a menace, the three nitwits manufacture the identity of MuscleMan to cover. DC 100-Page Spectacular #22
All-Flash #14
Yes
“April Fool’s Novelette” – vs. the Thinker, GL Cameo, “Empire” – captures Racketeer Norman Empire, I: Deuces Wild "Norman" -Greatest Golden Age Stories Ever Told
All-Flash #15
Yes
"Secrets of the Stranger"- thwarts an extortionist calling himself 'The Clue Sleuth", "Under the Sorcerer's Spell" - captures Shrimpo the Great, a criminal European hynotist, "Worry, Worry, Everywhere" - captures a crooked scientist who infected people with a worry-free germ
All-Flash #16
Yes
"Five Clues to Crime" - vs. the ganglord known as the Sinister
All-Flash #17
Yes
"Tales of the Three Wishes" - rounds up crooks who escape jail after using lucky idol, “ The Energetic Elephant” – Breaks up Rats Rannigan’s gang after the nitwits win a hollow elephant, “The Matching Men from Mars” – crooks fall for a promotional scam about fourth dimensional movies
All-Flash #18
Yes
"The Hotel of Missing Men" - finds that guests at hotel are being framed, "Ladies Day at the Amusement Park" - catches crooks disguised as women, "The Flash has the Time of his Life" - loses Liars Club tall-tale telling championship
All-Flash #19
Yes
"The Mummy Case and the Wooden Man" - Mummy animated by Egyptian goddess Isis and taken advantage of by crooks, "No Rest at the Rest Home" - Rescure the 3 fools from criminals at a nursing home, "The Talisman in the Tapestry" - Finds a tapestry with the secret of eternal life (but not eternal health)
All-Flash #20
Yes
"The Tell-Tale Telescope" - captures crooks on a phony Martian landscape, "The Forumula for Wealth" - rescures Professor Potter from crooks who want his youth formula, "School Days im Suburbia" - helps out the three nitwits when the run afoul of crooks at a school
All-Flash #21
Yes
"The Man with the Touch of Gold" - prevents Monk Holmes from exploiting an Indian treasure cave that turns things to gold, (Untitled) - I: The Turtle, vs. The Turtle, "A Sock at Christmas Time" - captures crooks at a Christmas Party
All-Flash #22
Yes
"The City of the Shifting Sand" - vs. Silicon Men, "Deal Me from the Bottom" - vs. Aces Wolfe, Dueces Wilde appears, “The Money Doubler” – The nitwits attract crooks with a machine that “doubles” money. "Deal" -DC Super-Stars #5, "Sand" -Four Star Spectacular #1
All-Flash #23
Yes
“The City of Honest Crooks” – vs Jarvis, a crook scientist with a “blue ray” that makes men honest. “The Bad Men of Bar-None” – Three nitwits run into crooks at a rodeo, “A World with Two Futures” – Evart Keenan returns to get Flash’s aid again to save Karma from sliding into primitivism.
All-Flash #24
Yes
"Saga of Sadness" - Makes a sad guy happy, "Appointment with Destiny" - defeats an evil king, "Fourth Dimensional Follies" - defeats an evil guy from the 4th Dimension
All-Flash #25
Yes
"The Flash Cuts A Rug" - captures crooks at a dance, "The Mermaid and the Dopes" - A rescued mermaid becomes a tangle for the three cretins, "The Man Who Led Two Lives" - Gets mixed up with an ex-con who hires an actor to impersonate him
All-Flash #26
Yes
"The Secret of the Criminal Cake" - breaks up a criminal ring passing plans baked in pies, "The Man Who Talked Too Much" - criminal Shrimp Coogan has a plate in his head that picks up others' though, a fact he turns to criminal purposes, "Mrs. Bramley's Boarding House" - breaks up crooks operating our of a boarding house while avoiding it's amorous owner
All-Flash #27
Yes
"The Thinker Cooks with Gas" - vs. the Thinker, “Fight over Fish/Boating can be bad business” vs. Eraser Eddie and Hijack, narrated by Deuces Wilde
All-Flash #28
Yes
"That's Right, You're Wrong"– stops crooks exploiting a well-meaning guys intentions to rob an airplane factory,  “The Disappearing Diamonds” – Jay Garrick framed for Diamond theft, “The Comeback Trail” – helps a washed up vaudeville star get back at crooks who exploiting his gambling
All-Flash #29
Yes
"The Thousand-Year Old Terror"- I: Black Templars, vs. The Black Templars, "Accidents by Appointment"- breaks up crooked insurance racket, "The Secret in the Chest"- thwarts crooks after contents of explorers chest
All-Flash #30
Yes
"Anything Can Happen" - Flash Impersonated, "The Vanishing Snowman" - Joan Garrick framed for murder by crooked cousin, "The Land beyond the Picture" - Liars Club "Anything" - Flash #216
All-Flash #31
Yes
"The Secret City" - I:Secret City, a hidden city where the inhabitants can project duplicates of themselves, "Twisted Destinies"- an accident causes a prize fighter and a bank clerk to switch bodies and run afoul of gangster, "The Planet of Sport" - Flash, Joan and visiting Olympians kidnapped to alien gladiator planet "Secret" - Flash #229
All-Flash #32
Yes
"Duet of Danger" - I:The Fiddler, vs. the Fiddler, "Crime, Incorporated" - vs. The Thinker, "The Amazing Star Sapphire" - I:Star Sapphire, vs. Star Sapphire (Fiddler) - Flash #160, (Star Sapphire)- Flash Annual #1
All-Star Comics #1
Yes
(no title) - captures "Clutch" Widdles, the murderer of Widow Jones, deputized by the Keystone Police in the story Flashback #22
All-Star Comics #2
Yes
(no title) - "The Boss" takes newspaper hostage Flashback #13
Big All-American #1
Yes
"The Million Dollar Apple" - thwarts gangsters after an emerald hidden in an apple DC Rarities Archives #1
Comic Cavalcade #1
Yes
"Crime's Birthday Party" - captures Horseface when he starts a crime spree on the DA's birthday Comic Cavalcade Archives #1
Comic Cavalcade #2
Yes
"The City on Wheels" - solves crimes and helps kid get a shot at boxing title Comic Cavalcade Archives #1
Comic Cavalcade #3
Yes
"The Laws of Pumpkin Center" - captures "Eel" Madden in the hillbilly town of Pumpkin Center Comic Cavalcade Archives #1
Comic Cavalcade #4
Yes
"Winky Turns Wrestler" - stops crooks trying to fix a wrestling match to win a bet
Comic Cavalcade #5
Yes
"The Plant has Challenged the World" - vs. Maldita Toxicohedron (Think "Little Shop of Horror")
Comic Cavalcade #6
Yes
"Topsy Turvy Town"- rescues from the effects of a "Impulse Liberator gas"
Comic Cavalcade #7
Yes
"The Man With the Notorious Nose" - Morton Schnozolla's accurate sense of smell runs him a afoul of crooks
Comic Cavalcade #8
Yes
"The Man Who Tilted Windmills" - Crooks torment Flash with "4th dimensional" forceps
Comic Cavalcade #9
Yes
"Tale of the Winged Horse" - The 3 dolts find a winged horse to convince the Liar's Club
Comic Cavalcade #10
Yes
(no title) - rescues the three nitwits from crooks in an elevator
Comic Cavalcade #11
Yes
"Shenanigans in Sherwood Forest" -travels into the past and visits Robin Hood
Comic Cavalcade #12
Yes
"Painting the Town" - captures bank robbers
Comic Cavalcade #13
Yes
"Story of the First Santa Claus" - Garrick travels back in time on Liar's Club bet
Comic Cavalcade #14
Yes
"The Fourth Dimensional House - captures crooks in a 4th-dimensional house
Comic Cavalcade #15
Yes
"Spend 'Til It Hurts" - helps nephew of airplane magnate spend $50,000 in a day
Comic Cavalcade #16
Yes
"Pound the Ivories, Pal" - captures pianist and band of crooks
Comic Cavalcade #17
Yes
"The Flying Tractor" - bails out the three nitwits on a farm retreat
Comic Cavalcade #18
Yes
"The Galloping Greenbacks" - bails out batty Uncle Josh
Comic Cavalcade #19
Yes
"The Race Through Time" - At the Annual Liar's Club Dinner, Flash recalls a tale through time in a time machine stolen by Tag Madden
Comic Cavalcade #20
Yes
"Turnabout is Foul Play" - captures Smoothy and Pascal
Comic Cavalcade #21
Yes
"The Making of a Reporter" - a newspaper mogul wants his son to be a reporter and the Flash helps by getting him a scoop
Comic Cavalcade #22
Yes
"Beware the Ice Age" - vs. the Thinker
Comic Cavalcade #23
Yes
"The Sleeping City" - vs. the Thinker
Comic Cavalcade #24
Yes
"The Slow Motion Crimes" - vs. The Turtle The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told
Comic Cavalcade #25
Yes
"The Return of Kiua" - vs an ancient Mayan terror returned to life
Comic Cavalcade #26
Yes
"Crime Has Many Faces" - when he's accused of starting a forest fire, Flash carries the true careless source back in time to clear his own name
Comic Cavalcade #27
Yes
"The Trees of Terror" - defeats Corday, a scientist who infuses wood with the evil energy of criminals which can then provoke normal people to criminal acts when they touch it.
Comic Cavalcade #28
Yes
"The Flash Concerto" - vs. The Fiddler
Comic Cavalcade #29
Yes
"The Last Man Alive" - vs Star Sapphire
Flash #1
Yes
"The Fastest Man Alive" - Origin, 1st Appearance, I: Joan Williams (later Joan Garrick), I: Sieur Satan, vs the Faultless Four The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told, Famous First Editions #8, Secret Origins of the DC Super-Heroes, The Great Comics Book Heroes, Golden Age Flash Archives #1, Flash Comics #1 Millenium Edition
Flash #2
No
(no title)- captures "Lord" Donelin, a serial murderer of actresses Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #3
No
(no title) - clears the name of Major Williams Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #4
No
(no title) - thwarts kidnappers Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #5
No
(no title) - vs. The Vandal Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #6
Yes
(no title) - vs. criminals attempting to poison Olympic athletes Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #7
No
(no title) - catches thief with machine that dissolves metal Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #8
Yes
(no title) - vs. crooked contractors Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #9
No
(no title) - vs. giant Gila Monsters Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #10
Yes
(no title) - vs. Killer Kelly Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #11
No
(no title) - defeats gang of kidnappers Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #12
Yes
(no title) - aides Kurtavian military in repelling invading Nural army Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #13
Yes
(no title) - stop crooks and accomplice sheriff from robbing silver mine Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #14
Yes
(no title) - vs. Donly, a crooked political boss Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #15
No
(no title) - helps save a circus Flashback #36, Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #16
Yes
(no title) - catches bandits who kidnap Joan and flee to Mexico Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #17
No
(no title) -  poses as baseball player Golden Age Flash Archives #1
Flash #18
Yes
(no title) - thwarts crooks trying to ruin Brenda Foster's restaurant business Golden Age Flash Archives #2
Flash #19
No
(no title) - breaks up fraud racket run by Zilich Golden Age Flash Archives #2
Flash #20
Yes
(no title) - helps family reclaim utility company Golden Age Flash Archives #2
Flash #21
No
(no title) - vs Tuffy, a racketeer Golden Age Flash Archives #2
Flash #22
Yes
(no title) - breaks up Dr. Vordyce's disguise as Kong of the Chinatown racket Golden Age Flash Archives #2
Flash #23
No
(no title) - prevents Leffingwall Funk from defrauding Jim Sewell Golden Age Flash Archives #2
Flash #24
Yes
(no title) - travels into space and battles the Spider-Men from Mars Golden Age Flash Archives #2
Flash #25
No
"Defense Coordination Secretary and Racket Buster" - Joan Williams kidnapped by Racketeers
Flash #26
Yes
(no title) - vs. Herman Bunch, rescues heir
Flash #27
No
(no title) - "Slit" Duggan, a local gangster becomes so popular that kids begin to imitate him until the Flash shames him into reform
Flash #28
Yes
(no title)  - when Jay and Joan visit Hollywood, a crooked producer trues to bamboozle the Flash
Flash #29
No
"The Man Who Harnessed the Sun" - vs. Nicholas Garg, a criminal scientist
Flash #30
Yes
"Adventure of the Curiosity Ray" - vs. a scientist that invents a ray that causes compulsive curiosity
Flash #31
No
(no title), breaks up racketeers operating out of a department store
Flash #32
Yes
"Adventure of the Fictious Villains" - Al Peckabit uses a typewriter that brings to life his textual description of characters to commit crimes.
Flash #33
No
"The Man Who Commanded the Night" - I:The Shade, vs. The Shade
Flash #34
Yes
"The Robbers of the Round Table"-  vs. crooks dressed as knights in armor
Flash #35
No
"The Adventure of the Stolen Trains"-  vs. The Claw, a megalomaniac
Flash #36
Yes
"The Mystery of the Doll that Walked like a Man" - I:The Rag Doll, vs the Rag Doll
Flash #37
No
"Crime Goes Crazy" - foils crooks operating out of an asylum
Flash #38
Yes
"College of Criminal Knowledge" - captures felon running a school for crooks
Flash #39
No
"Play of the Year" - captures crooks bamboozling playhouse
Flash #40
Yes
"The Man Who Could Read Men's Souls" - John Bonham develops telepathic powers as a youth and resorts to crime, captured when the Flash places him in front of a mirror
Flash #41
No
"The Fear Fighters" - helps Monty Eck find courage
Flash #42
Yes
(no title) - reforms Tough Tony
Flash #43
No
"The Mammoth Man" - a college student falls in with crooks while disguised as a Frankenstein's Monster
Flash #44
Yes
"The Liars Club" - I: The Liars Club, a society dedicated to spinning yarns
Flash #45
No
(no title) - I:Midget Joe, vs. Midget Joe
Flash #46
Yes
"Kill 'Em With Kindness" - The Three Nitwits start trouble when the get appointed to the parole board
Flash #47
No
"Seeing is Believing" - foils "Pipe" Ricketts, a crook who takes advantage of people's poor observational skills
Flash #48
Yes
"The Man Nobody Saw" -captures criminals bothering Bill Botts
Flash #49
No
"The Flashlight That Never Failed" - vs. Bucktoothed Sam Williams using a scientifically advanced device disguised as a flashlight
Flash #50
Yes
(no title) - helps 3 people find happiness
Flash #51
No
"The Saga of Sven Scarface" - Flash must deal with a thawed out Viking
Flash #52
Yes
"The Case of the Machine that Thinks like a Man" - encounters early version of computer
Flash #53
No
"The Peddler's Pipedream" - vs.  The Alchemist, a suit and tie criminal using advanced science to commit crimes
Flash #54
Yes
"The Mysterious Bottle from the Sea" - vs. Snapper
Flash #55
No
"The Man With the Television Eye" - vs. gourmet gangster Barnum Hicks
Flash #56
Yes
"The Sap of the Sterdisnats Tree" - helps retrieve new quinine substitute to fight Malaria
Flash #57
No
"Little Spoiled Scion of Society" - rounds up crooks and reforms spoiled brat
Flash #58
Yes
"Merman meets the Flash" - A strange baby from an aquatic race is raised on land and becomes a criminal
Flash #59
No
"The Secret of the Great Stone Face" - rounds up crooks fleecing an indian tribe
Flash #60
Yes
"The Master of the Winds" - vs the Wind-Master
Flash #61
No
"The Magic of Ultra-Speed" - vs. Midget Joe, who is scamming an orphanage
Flash #62
Yes
"High Jinks on the Rinks" - vs gangster with Winky, Blinky and Nod
Flash #63
No
"The Horrors a la Creep" - uncovers an effort by a scream queen's boyfriend to bring her home for marriage
Flash #64
Yes
"The Fire Bandits" -When a scientist's invention starts a series of fires, crooks take advantage of the situation
Flash #65
No
"The Adventure of the Thinking Cap" - Hartford Jackson invents a cap that grants great mental powers which is stolen by gangster Tricky O'Reilly and recovered by the Flash
Flash #66
Yes
"The Flash and the Black Widow" - vs. The Black Widow The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told
Flash #67
No
"The Man Who Saw Ahead" - Artemus Snark develops temporary clairvoyance and becomes the target of criminals
Flash #68
Yes
"The Radio that Ran Wild"  - A 4th dimensional radio helps Buster Quinn elude the Flash on a crime spree
Flash #69
Yes
"Adventure of the Violent Violin" - crooks obtain violin that causes destruction when played
Flash #70
No
"An Ocean of Gold" - captures "Spots" Gordon
Flash #71
No
"Never the Twain Shall Meet" - Breaks up a gambling network in Keystone City
Flash #72
Yes
"Wizard of Waxworks" - thwarts criminals hiding real jewels among the fakes on waxwork dummies
Flash #73
No
"The Flying Submarine" -goes to Mars
Flash #74
Yes
"Jewels and Fools" - captures Carl Wendt, jewelry thief
Flash #75
No
"The Singing Robot" - The nitwits invent a singing robot
Flash #76
No
"The City That Couldn't Stop Laughing" - When Jay tries to make a machine to help constant worrier Ebenezar Jones, he ends up giving everyone an overdose of mirth
Flash #77
No
"Feet First" - vs. The Jumper, attends symposium on time travel, refers to JSA stories
Flash #78
Yes
"Haunted Halloween" - vs. the Brain
Flash #79
No
"Evil over Eelton" - vs. Eel Madden, who sets up a city based on crime until Flash clears it out.
Flash #80
Yes
"The Story of the Boy Genius" - befriends an handicapped kid who helps him solve crimes
Flash #81
No
"The Flash Plays Football" - thwarts crooks trying to fix a football game
Flash #82
Yes
"Who is Walter Jordan?" - Criminals tricks Joan's amnesiac cousin Edgar into thinking his embezzler Walter Jordan
Flash #83
No
"Twelve Jurors on Trial" - vs a innocent is man is sent to the chair, driving a juror mad and leading him to slay his fellow jurors
Flash #84
Yes
"The Changeling" - vs. Eddie Razar, a criminal who develops shape-changing powers
Flash #85
No
"Impresario of Crime" - thwarts criminal seeking revenge on theatre
Flash #86
Yes
"Stone Age Menace" - Robot T-Rex The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told
Flash #87
No
"The Phantom Bell of the Bayou" -criminals kill brothers to bilk sister
Flash #88
Yes
"Case of the Vanished Year" - vs. Professor Garrant, a scientist who invents a "disintegrator ray" that sends things into the past
Flash #89
Yes
"Introducing the Thorn, the Flash's Newest Opponent" - I:The Thorn, vs. the Thorn
Flash #90
Yes
"Nine Empty Uniforms" -helps improve woman-owners baseball team 80-Page Giant #4
Flash #91
No
"Crimes by Horoscope" - vs. Madame Corinne and Big Pete, criminals fleecing people with astrology
Flash #92
Yes
"The Timeless City" - vs. The Black Templars
Flash #93
Yes
"The Violin of Villainy" - vs the Fiddler
Flash #94
No
"Images of Doom" -  vs. a criminal scientist who duplicates projection technology from the Secret City (from All-Flash #31) Flash #232
Flash #95
Yes
"The Golden Flash"- captures crooks after a device that turns things to gold
Flash #96
No
"The Flash and the Thornstalk" - vs the Thorn
Flash #97
Yes
"The Dream that Didn't Vanish" - Joan's high school chum is kidnapped but is able to contact Joan by ESP during a dream, leading to her rescue by the Flash
Flash #98
No
"Mystery of the Million Dollars" - A rich man mistakes Jay for a beggar and gives him 12 hours to spend $1 million
Flash #99
Yes
"Star Prize of the Year", defeats crooks who offer a prize for rubbing out the Flash 
Flash #100
No
"The Vanishing Treasure Ship" - breaks up an attempt by newscasters at Blazo Newsreels to heist the treasure of a sunken ship
Flash #101
Yes
"Flash Speeds 1000 Years into the Future" - Flash resolves political turmoil in the future
Flash #102
No
"Barrels of Crime" - vs. the Turtle
Flash #103
Yes
"The Sword of Time" - thwarts criminal radio broadcaster sending out codes to co-ordinate crimes
Flash #104
No
"The Rival Flash" - vs The Rival, origin re-told with new details Flash #211, The Flash Archives #1
Flash Wheaties Giveaway 1946
Yes
"The Criminal From Tomorrow" - vs. Dmane, a criminal exiled to the 1940's from the future
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