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Reverse Flash Run

Reverse Flash Run

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Description

In DC Comics, the hero The Flash is the Fastest Man alive. His greatest villain is known as The Reverse Flash (Eobard Thawne), aka Professor Zoom. He is from the 25th century, and idolized The Flash. He recreated the accident that gave The Flash his powers of speed, and ended up traveling back in time to help him overcome challenges. The Reverse Flash’s purpose (after a psychotic break) is to challenge The Flash so he is ready to face greater challenges than himself.

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Laser Jet Printer:
The 4x6 size is printed on 120# Satin Card Stock. (thicker paper)
The 11x17 size is printed on 100# Card Stock.
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Inkjet Printer:
The 13x19 size is printed on Epson 44 lb Heavyweight, non-glare card stock.
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Posters are mailed in a media tube. The smaller 4x6 are mailed in padded envelopes. If unsure about which to order, or questions on the design, please do not hesitate to contact me.

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ComicManiacDesigns made this item with help from

  • Copies at Carson, Pittsburgh, PA
ComicManiacDesigns made this item with help from:
  • Copies at Carson, Pittsburgh, PA

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