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All-Flash (1941) comic books

  • Issue #1
    All-Flash (1941) 1
    Published Jun 1941 by DC.
    • Moderate professional restoration
    • Paper: Off white
    • Restoration includes: color touch, pieces added, tear seals, reinforced. (8th and 9th wrap are switched.)
    • Label #0706246002

    1st solo Golden Age Flash title. Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. Origin of the Flash retold. A scientist discovers the serum KZ-10 that transforms living objects into stone, a discovery that certain criminal types would like to wield for themselves. Hop Harrigan text story, art by Sheldon Mayer. Butch McLobster story by Ed Wheelan. The Flash Presents His Hall of Speed Records; Flash discusses actual speed records, such as for the Lockheed P-38, the Cheetah, the race horse Equipoise, miler Glenn Cunningham, and a comet. Boys and Girls: Meet the Author and Artist of The Flash -- Fastest Man Alive!, with photo of Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. Ad for Justice Society of America. 68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    All-Flash (1941) 2
    Published Sep 1941 by DC.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1204960001
    • Pieces of tape along spine.

    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. A hardened criminal, in order to exact revenge upon District Attorney Kelley, who originally sent him to prison, kidnap's the D.A.'s son, raising him and influencing him to believe that the D.A. is his enemy. A Short History of the Flash article. The Flash Presents His Hall of Speed Records; The Flash presents some more speed records, this time by John R. Cobb in his streamlined racer, runner Jesse Owens, N. Y. Yankees pitcher Atley Donald and the London to Glasgow express train. How to Develop Your Speed by The Flash!; Through illustrations, the Flash demonstrates the proper positions a runner must take in order to be successful. Hop Harrigan text story, script by Evelyn Gaines, art by Jon L. Blumme. Butch McLobster story by Ed Wheelan. 68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    All-Flash (1941) 3
    Published Dec 1941 by DC.
    Auction opens January 6
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #74B52D-002
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1554950019

    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. The Flash investigates the activities of a research scientist named Addams, who has a theory that the human face is shaped by glandular activities of the body. Addams plots to treat people with his special formula in order to make them look like prominent men who he plans to kidnap and replace with a phony. How to Develop Your Speed with the Flash. Butch McLobster story by Ed Wheelan. Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. The Flash Presents His Hall of Speed Records. 68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    All-Flash (1941) 4
    Published Mar 1942 by DC.
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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. Professor McQuatness invents a formula pill that re-arranges the electrons of the human body, allowing a person to travel in time. When the Professor persuades a skeptical Flash to travel back to 50 B.C., Joan Williams and several crooks make the journey as well. The Flash loses his super speed and becomes a galley slave for Julius Caesar. Butch McLobster story by Ed Wheelan. Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. 68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    All-Flash (1941) 5
    Published Jun 1942 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. Flash meets Winky, Blinky and Noddy while visiting the Cumberly Horse Farm with Joan. Joan's friend Trudy owns a horse named "Short Shanks", a very fast horse that shows little promise of racing fame...until a mysterious fire and sale of the horse at public auction. Butch McLobster story by Ed Wheelan. Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. 68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    All-Flash (1941) 6
    Published Oct 1942 by DC.
    Auction opens January 6
    • Paper: White
    • Label #74B52D-003

    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. The Three Dimwits, trying to charge an old car battery, pour in a variety of chemicals, then attach a sunlamp to it as a power source. The resulting "purple ray", they find, has a strange effect upon people: it affects the secretions of the bodie's gands, resulting in changes in poise, conduct, and even in the brain itself! Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. Butch McLobster story by Ed Wheelan. 68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    All-Flash (1941) 7
    Published Dec 1942 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Harry Tschida. The Flash comes face to face with a mystery writer who not only writes stories, but acts them out in order to make his stories more realistic. Inviting several of his actor friends to help out and scare Jay and Joan, the writer doesn't realize that real crooks have made their way onto the scene. Sweet Adeline humor story by Art Helfant. Grumman-F4F-3 aviation fact page by Falcon Mathieu. Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. 68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    All-Flash (1941) 8
    Published Feb 1943 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. The Flash is called in to try and revive the spirits of a blind boy who lies near death at a local hospital. A local bookstore owner, unknowingly saved by the Flash, believes that the Three Dimwits have saved him and thus rewards them [as scientists] with a rare volume on how to enter Fairyland. When the appointed night, Halloween, arrives, they read the magic incantation, shrink and enter into Fairyland, as do the Flash and Joan, who also repeat the words. Butch McLobster the Super Mobster story by Ed Wheelan. Japanese Mitsubishi/Italian Savoia-Marchetti-SM81 fact page by Falcon Mathieu. Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. 68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    All-Flash (1941) 9
    Published Apr 1943 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Lou Ferstadt. Research scientist Jay Garrick makes a startling discovery of a new metal, thanks to the use of a new type of telescope. A group of Nazis, called the "Terrible Three", find out about Jay's discovery and succeed in stealing both the telescope and metal. Simp O'Dill humor page by Sol Hess. Rumpus humor page by Art Helfant. Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. The March of Dimes public service announcement, script by Sheldon Mayer, art by Harry G. Peter. 68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    All-Flash (1941) 10
    Published Jun 1943 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. An old alley cat, in possession of gambler Deuces Wilde, runs away and is found by Winky. The weird thing is that every time Winky makes a wish [while in the cat's presence] it comes true. The cat soon becomes the desire of many people's affections for the wrong reasons. The Flash soon discovers the secret this particular cat holds and warns the Three Dimwits not to let the cat out of their sight. Fat and Slat humor page by Ed Wheelan. Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. 60 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    All-Flash (1941) 11
    Published Aug 1943 by DC.
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #0341479001

    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Lou Ferstadt. A man and a woman, identical to Jay Garrick and Joan Williams in appearance, arrive from the planet Karma looking for three escaped convicts who bear a striking resemblance to the Three Dimwits. Unfortunately, the Flash confuses these crooks with the real Dimwits, who are working for a genius professor. Fat and Slat humor page by Ed Wheelan. Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. 60 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    All-Flash (1941) 12
    Published Sep 1943 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. Famous District Attorney Clifford Devoe loses a very important case involving mobster Hunk Norvock, and decides to throw in with him. A deal is struck between the two, but Devoe doesn't hear anything from Hunk for 10 years, and then when he does, it involves the Flash and a restaurant owned by the Three Dimwits. Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. 60 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    All-Flash (1941) 13
    Published Dec 1943 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. After reading an article in "Clamor" magazine, that makes the Flash seem less than a hero, the Scarlet Speedster decides to retire. Suddenly, crime runs rampant, believing that they have nothing to fear...that is until Muscleman appears on the scene. A giant Djinn appears on the scene to challenge Muscleman, and the new hero finds himself really outclassed. The Flash decides to come out of retirement to deal with the Djinn, but when he discovers the foe is a mechanized man, it only reinforces his sudden retirement. The King story, script by Gardner F. Fox, pencils by Paul Reinman, inks by Sam Burlockoff. Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. 60 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    All-Flash (1941) 14
    Published Mar 1944 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. The Three Dimwits enter the drawing room of All-Flash Comics, and, after looking over the story already drawn for issue #14, decide to re-do it themselves. The Three Dimwits try tio find a suitable villain for the Flash to tangle with, and decide on a Professor Feend. Little do they know that it is actually the Thinker, who has invented a time machine and is bringing back ancient dinosaurs to cause havoc while his gang commits robberies! Hop Harrigan text story by Evelyn Gaines. Fat and Slat humor page by Ed Wheelan. Simp O'dill humor page by Sol Hess. The Red Cross War Fund public service announcement with the Justice Society of America, script by Sheldon Mayer, art by Joe Gallagher. 60 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    All-Flash (1941) 15
    Published Jun 1944 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. The Three Dimwits and the Flash all are literally terrified by a weird little man who has the power to summon up the evil Witch of Endor in order to aid a gang of crooks in their nefarious pursuits. Ebenezer Jones, as the Flash discovers, has the uncanny ability to cause people around him to worry about every matter under the sun. Unfortunately, Keystone City's criminal element uses this quirk to carry out a series of robberies that virtually go un-noticed! Fat and Slat humor story by Ed Wheelan. Hop Harrigan text story. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    All-Flash (1941) 16
    Published Sep 1944 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. The mouthpiece of one of the Scarlet Speedster's most dangerous foes, The Sinister, decides he can no longer cover up for his client's criminal misdeeds. So he sends the Flash a letter giving the first of five clues to reveal the Sinister's planned crime sprees. Timid Bertie humor story by Ronald Santi. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    All-Flash (1941) 17
    Published Dec 1944 by DC.
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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. An ugly little ivory idol falls into the hands of "Trigger" Charles Lucas, a gangster, whose wishes come true, but run him afoul of the Fastest Man Alive. An ugly little ivory idol falls into the hands of "Trigger" Charles Lucas, a gangster, whose wishes come true, but run him afoul of the Fastest Man Alive. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    All-Flash (1941) 18
    Published Mar 1945 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. The Flash is puzzled by the enigma of a hotel, whose guests disappear into thin air, where all traces of their occupancy fade away, and where even the registry they signed is blank! The Three Dimnwits are very unhappy when they learn that the local amusement park has Lady's Day and will not admit men. Yet, when the Flash discovers that men in women's clothing have invaded the festivities, he decides that he and the boys will do some investigating. Mutt and Jeff humor story by Al Smith (as Bud Fisher). Paper Salvage Drive! public service announcement with the Flash, script by Sheldon Mayer, art by Jon Chester Kozlak. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    All-Flash (1941) 19
    Published Jun 1945 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. The Three Dimwits accidently become involved in a shady rest home operation, and only the Flash can sort out the details in time to protect the innocent victims. A petty sneak thief robs the Garrick home of a seemingly worthless book, not realizing that it contains a map that will lead him and the Flash to the Andes Mountains in Chile to unravel the secret of a mysterious tapestry. Mutt and Jeff humor story by Al Smith (as Bud Fisher). 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    All-Flash (1941) 20
    Published Sep 1945 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. While watching through a telescope one evening, Jay Garrick notices something weird about a certain painting he is viewing, but that doesn't hold a candle to the world the Three Dimwits land on after studying the mysterious art of "Yogism." The Three Dimwits acts as intermediaries between a crook named Curly Carson and a scientist who has discovered the secret to the "Fountain of Youth"! Mutt and Jeff humor story by Al Smith (as Bud Fisher). 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    All-Flash (1941) 21
    Published Dec 1945 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. Monk Holmes has discovered an ancient Indian ceremonial fire that has the odd ability to turn worthless scrap metal into solid gold. The Three Dimwits learn some mighty erroneous ideas from the Turtle, a new villain that contends the slower you commit a crime, the more successful it will be! Mutt and Jeff humor story by Al Smith (as Bud Fisher). 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    All-Flash (1941) 22
    Published May 1946 by DC.
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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. The Flash must contend with two headaches: first, the Three Dimwits invent a machine that is designed to double a person's money--and second, a gang who has a weird film projector whose projected image can eat through walls! Deuces Wilde relates a strange tale of a young boy who developed an amazing ability in pitching playing cards, an ability used to further his criminal pursuits. Mutt and Jeff humor story by Al Smith (as Bud Fisher). 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    All-Flash (1941) 23
    Published Jul 1946 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. After surviving near death from the horns of an angry bull at a rodeo, the Three Dimwits decide to travel west to a dude ranch to learn how to become real cowboys. While working in his baoratory on an experiment, Jay Garrick is re-visited by Evart Keenan, a man who lives on the planet Karma. Fat and Slat humor story by Ed Wheelan. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    All-Flash (1941) 24
    Published Sep 1946 by DC.

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    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. The Flash is faced with the return of the Worry Wart, an individual who has the knack of causing everyone in the general area of his presence to begin to worry. Written by Robert Kanigher. Art by Martin Naydel. While strolling along the streets of Keystone City one day, Noddy comes across a strange pair of gloves--gloves that were originally made for Cesare Borgia by an old wizard. Fat and Slat humor page by Ed Wheelan. Written by Robert Kanigher. Art by Martin Naydel. A pair of 4th Dimensional forceps returns to haunt the Flash as the Three Dimwits use them to pull a variety of objects out of that dimension which result in headaches for everyone. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    All-Flash (1941) 25
    Published Nov 1946 by DC.

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    Written by Robert Kanigher. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. As a young man growing up, Slapsey Simmons couldn't dance and therefore drew cat calls from the gang. However, the Flash must face Slapsey years later when he decides to use his hated of dancing and music to commit crimes in those places featuring both! One day while the Three Dimwits are fishing, they rescue what appears to be a mermaid, who then rewards them with furniture made of solid gold. Out of the Gag Bag humor page by Ed Wheelan. Strictly Practical text story by John Broome (as John Osgood). Ton o' Fun humor page by Harry Lampert. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    All-Flash (1941) 26
    Published Jan 1947 by DC.

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    Written by Robert Kanigher. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. The Flash becomes involved in a case involving "Chef" Dolan, who works in a bakery where the Three Dimwits also have jobs. The Chef is placing plans for crimes into certain pies, but, unfortunately for Dolan, he forgets what pie he put the plans into. Shrimp Coogan has a remarkable ability: a silver plate put in his head picks up the electrical vibrations of the human brain, as it thinks and connects them with the motor controls of a person's speech. Although he can't read people's thoughts, he can speak them, a situation the Scarlet Speedster finds difficult to overcome. Cotton-Top Katie story by Harry Lampert (as Harrielle). 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    All-Flash (1941) 27
    Published Mar 1947 by DC.

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    Written by Robert Kanigher. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. Fearing the Flash but respecting him at the same time, the Thinker devises the one escape-proof trap that he feels that will finally eliminate the Scarlet Speedster for all time. The Fastest Man Alive, however, uses the Thinker's own weapon against him! The Three Dimwits buy a ferry boat and begin service on Caliph Lake, even stocking the lake with fish in order to attract tourists. Unknown to them, years earlier, a criminal named "Eraser" Eddie had dropped a chamois bag of jewels into the lake. Ton o' Fun humor page by Harry Lampert. Squeeze Play text story by John Broome (as John Osgood). Gangplank Gus story by Jack Farr. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    All-Flash (1941) 28
    Published May 1947 by DC.
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1488647003

    Written by Robert Kanigher. Art and cover by Martin Naydel. The Flash attempts to help a friend of his who always seems to do the right thing at the wrong time...that is, until he is mistaken for a Detroit gangster. When Jay Garrick is accused of stealing $200,000 worth of diamonds, his alter-ego must work overtime to discover the true identity of the man who built up the perfect circumstantial case against him. Ton o' Fun humor page by Harry Lampert. Out of the Gag Bag humor page by Ed Wheelan. Rockhead McWizzard story by Jack Farr. Splash pages by Joe Kubert and Carmine Infantino. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    All-Flash (1941) 29
    Published Jul 1947 by DC.

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    Written by Robert Kanigher. Art and cover by Lee Elias and Moe Worthman. The Fastest Man Alive faces the dire threat of an ancient evil organization called the Black Templars, that suddenly appears in Keystone City, causing death and destruction. Written by Robert Kanigher, art by Martin Naydel. A new insurance company wants Jay to endorse their company by allowing them to use his good name...for $10,000 of course! But when he won't allow this, the owners decide to convince him to do so...by trying to accidentally injure him. Ton o' Fun humor story by Harry Lampert. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    All-Flash (1941) 30
    Published Sep 1947 by DC.

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    Written by John Broome. Art and cover by Lee Elias. Jay Garrick witnesses the murder of a man who has been dumped into a river off a bridge. He is arrested, but soon after the scene is repeated again, and another Jay Garrick is arrested. Written by Robert Kanigher. Art by Everett E. Hibbard. Joan Williams is arrested for the murder of one of her girlfriends, and the Flash promises to find the true killer. His problem: how do you find the whereabouts of a killer snowman? Ton o' Fun story by Harry Lampert. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    All-Flash (1941) 31
    Published Nov 1947 by DC.

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    Written by Robert Kanigher. Art by Carmine Infantino and Frank Giacoia. Cover by Everett E. Hibbard. Newspaper publisher Dale Thomas finds the body of a former fellow explorer in the newspaper presses in his plant. This man had once discovered a secret city in the jungles of the Amazon, and Thomas, accompanied by the Flash and Dr. Flura, are determined to find that city and rescue reporter Jim Ronson, no matter what the cost! Written by Robert Kanigher. Art by Lee Elias and Moe Worthman. By a strange twist of fate, the personalities of a meek, mild-mannered bank clerk and a professional boxer are exchanged, a switch that keeps the Flash on his toes! Ton o' Fun story by Harry Lampert. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    All-Flash (1941) 32
    Published Jan 1948 by DC.
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    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #1230781011

    Story by Robert Kanigher. Art and cover by Lee Elias and Moe Worthman. The Flash and Dr. Flura are seeming found dead in the streets, but later are discovered to be in a state of suspended animation. Suddenly, Star Sapphire appears to challenge the Flash (in a dream state) to a battle royale. Written by John Broome. Art by Carmine Infantino and Frank Giacoia. Flash's arch-foe, the Thinker, escapes from prison and forms a new crime syndicate, whose success depends on the pooling of the right talent in perfect harmony with each other. Ton o' Fun story by Harry Lampert. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.