The Flash #123 (1959-1985) NFT Edition Now Available At DC3

One Of The Most Pivotal Comics Of All Time

by Steve J Ray
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An NFT of The Flash #123 (1959-1985) has been added to the ranks of digital NFT titles available through DC Collectible Comics (DC3). Yes, fans, you can now own a digital copy of the story that launched the DC Multiverse and has become one the most important and sought after comic books ever published.

“The first Silver Age appearance of Golden Age Flash and the first mention of an Earth-2 where Golden Age heroes live! Barry Allen appears at the Community Center in Central City to perform for kids, and during one of his amazing tricks is mysteriously transported to Keystone City, a place that he recalls that the original Flash once lived.

Prepare for the meeting of the Flash of two worlds!”

Writer: Gardner Fox
Penciler: Carmine Infantino
Inker: Joe Giella

Collection Cover Artists: Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson
Original Print Date: 09/6/1961

The Flash #123 saw the original Golden Age Flash, Jay Garrick, meet his Silver Age Counterpart, Barry Allen. This landmark release cemented the notion of a multiverse in the minds of fans and led to some of the greatest epics in comics history.

Thanks to this story we got to see the original Green Lantern and other members of the Justice Society meet their modern-day counterparts. For many years readers got to enjoy annual team-ups between the Justice League of America and their predecessors. These stories were huge, gun, and some of the first multi-part comics epics came from these tales.

Legendary stories like Crisis on Infinite Earths and last year’s Dark Crisis could not have happened without this one, seminal issue.

As usual, you can purchase Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic, and Legendary versions of the book. So, what are you waiting for? Head on over to and grab a copy while you can!

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