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Post-Crisis Flash:

Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Era, Part 2 (1998-2000)

More to come.

Meanwhile, writer William Messner-Loebs left Impulse with issue #49, replaced by Todd Dezago, who would remain the title’s regular writer for the remainder of its run.

Miscellaneous Stories

Flash 80-Page Giant #1

first issue; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Aug 1998

Flash Annual Vol. 2 #11

“Out of the Past” -- 19 pages

  • written by Brian Augustyn

“The Speed of Regret” -- 19 pages

  • written by Brian Augustyn
  • continues from “Out of the Past”

published by DC Comics; cover-dated Sept 1998
Flash Vol. 2 #142

written by Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Oct 1998

Impulse #1,000,000

written by William Messner-Loebs; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Nov 1998

Flash Vol. 2 #1,000,000

written by Mark Waid and Michael Jan Friedman; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Nov 1998

Flash Vol. 2 #143

written by Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Dec 1998

Flash Vol. 2 #144

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Jan 1999

Flash 80-Page Giant #2

final issue; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Apr 1999

Chain Lightning

Flash Vol. 2 #145

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Feb 1999

Flash Vol. 2 #146

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Mar 1999

Flash Vol. 2 #147

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Apr 1999

Flash Vol. 2 #148

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated May 1999

Flash Vol. 2 #149

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated June 1999

Flash Vol. 2 #150

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated July 1999

Dark Flash

Flash Vol. 2 #151

written by Jose Casey and Mark Waid (first and final page); published by DC Comics; cover-dated Aug 1999

Flash Vol. 2 #152

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Sept 1999

Flash Annual Vol. 2 #12

“The Apes of Wrath” -- 38 pages

  • written by Brian Augustyn
  • part 5 of 8 of the “JLApe: Gorilla Warfare” storyline

published by DC Comics; cover-dated Oct 1999
Flash Vol. 2 #153

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Oct 1999

Flash Vol. 2 #154

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Nov 1999

Flash Secret Files #2
published by DC Comics; cover-dated Nov 1999
Flash Vol. 2 #155

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Dec 1999

Flash Vol. 2 #156

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Jan 2000

Flash Vol. 2 #157

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Feb 2000

Flash Vol. 2 #158

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Mar 2000

Flash Vol. 2 #159

written by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Apr 2000

DC Retrospective: Flash — The ’90s

only issue; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Oct 2011

Honeymoon and Other Stories

Flash Vol. 2 #160

“Honeymoon on the Run”

  • written by Brian Augustyn
  • on their honeymoon, Wally and Linda are stalked by Lady Flash and Kobra

published by DC Comics; cover-dated May 2000
Flash Vol. 2 #161

“Honeymoon in Vegas”

  • written by Pat McGreal
  • Jay Garrick recalls his own honeymoon

published by DC Comics; cover-dated June 2000
Flash Vol. 2 #162

“Magic Words” -- 22 pages

  • script by Brian Augustyn; story by Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid
  • features Captain Marvel

published by DC Comics; cover-dated July 2000
Flash Vol. 2 #163

“Heartbeat” -- 22 pages

  • written by Pat McGreal; pencils by Ron Lim; inks by Doug Hazlewood

published by DC Comics; cover-dated Aug 2000
Flash Annual Vol. 2 #13

“Haunted Pampas” -- 26 pages

  • written by Chuck Dixon
  • Jay Garrick and Wally West meet La Salamanca in Argentina

“Out of the Past” -- 12 pages

  • written by Chuck Dixon
  • stars La Salamanca (not Flash)

La Salamanca profile page -- 1 pages

  • written by Chuck Dixon

final issue; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Sept 2000

Flashpoint Vol. 1 #1

untitled -- 22 pages

  • written by Pat McGreal; art by Norm Breyfogle
  • an Elseworlds story, in which Barry Allen is shot and paralyzed saving President Kennedy

first issue; cover by Norm Breyfogle; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Dec 1999

Flashpoint Vol. 1 #2

untitled -- 22 pages

  • written by Pat McGreal; art by Norm Breyfogle

cover by Stuart Immomen and Jose Marzan Jr.; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Jan 2000
Flashpoint Vol. 1 #3

untitled -- 22 pages

  • written by Pat McGreal; art by Norm Breyfogle

final issue; cover by Stuart Immomen and Jose Marzan Jr.; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Feb 2000

NOT IN ORDER

Impulse #43

written by William Messner-Loebs; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Dec 1998

Impulse #44

written by William Messner-Loebs; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Jan 1999

Impulse #45

written by William Messner-Loebs; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Feb 1999

Impulse #46

written by William Messner-Loebs; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Mar 1999

Impulse #47

written by William Messner-Loebs; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Apr 1999

Impulse #48

written by William Messner-Loebs; published by DC Comics; cover-dated May 1999

Impulse #49

written by William Messner-Loebs; published by DC Comics; cover-dated June 1999

Impulse: Bart Saves the Universe

“Bart Saves the Universe” -- 48 pages

  • written by Christopher Priest; pencils by Jason Johnson; inks by Edwin Rosell

only issue; cover by Jason Johnson and Edwin Rosell; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Mar 1999

Impulse #50

written by Todd Dezago; published by DC Comics; cover-dated July 1999

Impulse #51

written by Todd Dezago; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Aug 1999

Impulse #52

written by Todd Dezago; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Sept 1999

Impulse #53

written by Todd Dezago; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Oct 1999

Impulse #54

“Day of Judgment, Night of Camping” -- 22 pages

  • written by Todd Dezago; pencils by Ethan Van Sciver
  • participates in the Day of Judgment crossover

published by DC Comics; cover-dated Nov 1999
Impulse #55

written by Shon C. Bury; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Dec 1999

Impulse #56

written by Todd Dezago; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Jan 2000

Impulse #57

written by Todd Dezago; a Christmas issue; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Feb 2000

Impulse #58

“Flashing Before My Eyes” -- 17 pages

  • written by Todd Dezago

“Bart Gets a Virus” -- 5 pages

  • written by Todd Dezago

published by DC Comics; cover-dated Mar 2000
Impulse #59

written by Todd Dezago; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Apr 2000

Impulse #60

written by Dwayne McDuffie; published by DC Comics; cover-dated May 2000

Impulse #61

written by Geoff Johns; published by DC Comics; cover-dated June 2000

Impulse #62

“A Question of Faith”

  • written by Todd Dezago
  • begins the “Mercury Falling” storyline

published by DC Comics; cover-dated July 2000
Impulse #63

written by Todd Dezago; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Aug 2000

Impulse #64

written by Todd Dezago; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Sept 2000

Impulse #65

written by Todd Dezago; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Oct 2000

Impulse #66

“Mercury Falling: The Conclusion — Deathrace”

  • written by Todd Dezago
  • concludes the “Mercury Falling” storyline

published by DC Comics; cover-dated Nov 2000
Impulse #67

written by Todd Dezago; published by DC Comics; cover-dated Dec 2000


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