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Superman vs. The Flash Paperback – May 1, 2005
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SC, TPB, in cello, New, Written by Dennis O'Neil, Jim Shooter, Geoff Johns, Dan Jurgens, E. Nelson Bridwell, and Martin Pasko. Art by Curt Swan, Dick Dillin, Dan Jurgens, Ross Andru, Rich Burchett, and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. Cover by Alex Ross. Published in April of 2003, Softcover, 208 pages, full color. Cover price $19.99.
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In case you are interested, the five story arcs are:
Superman’s Race with the Flash – Superman #199, August 1967 – When the UN ask The Flash and Superman to have a footrace for charity, criminal syndicates start laying money on the outcome...and start trying to influence the race.
The Race to the End of the Universe! – The Flash #175, December 1967 – Two all-powerful extraterrestrial gamblers make The Flash and Superman an offer they can’t refuse, who ever wins a footrace between the two will save his city from complete destruction!
Race to Save the Universe! – World’s Finest Comics #198 & #199, November & December 1970 – The Guardians needs special help to save the universe, and only a race between The Flash and Superman can generate the energy needed.
Chase to the End of Time! – DC Comics Presents #1 & #2, July-August & September-October 1978 – When an extraterrestrial arrives on Earth, he sets in motion a train of events that can end all life on the world. Both The Flash and Superman must move fast if they are to save the day!
Speed Kills! – Adventures of Superman #462, February 1990 – Mr. Mxyzptlk knows the Superman can never be defeated, so why not organize a race between him and The Flash?
Speeding Bullets – DC First: Flash/Superman, July 2002 – The supervillain Abra Kadabra puts a spell on Wally West, forcing him to run. But, as he runs he will age until he dies. He can only be saved by someone touching him, but whoever does will age and die instead. Neither Jay Garrick nor Superman can allow the other to make that sacrifice, so the race is on!