The Flash

Three men have held the title of "The Fastest Man Alive"—Jay Garrick, Barry Allen and Wally West. Each of them redefined the word "hero."

The mysterious power known as the Speed Force is an energy field that has, over the centuries, granted incredible powers of velocity to certain heroes. The most famous of these is the Flash, also known as the Fastest Man Alive. Ever since the days of World War II, there has been a man clad in red who can run at impossible speeds, using his power to save lives and defend those who cannot defend themselves. All between the ticks of a second.

Super Work Friends: How the Justice League Gets Along

In Aquaman & The Flash: Voidsong, the Fastest Man Alive and the greatest hero of the seas team up against

ASK...THE QUESTION: Superman vs. the Flash - Who Has More Wins?

Welcome back once more to ASK…THE QUESTION, our monthly column where we take your pressing DC mysteries and provide answers to the best of our ability. I’m your host, Alex Jaffe, better known in the DC Community as HubCityQuestion.

First Look: Flashpoint...Without the Flash?
Thomas Wayne thought he had ended the brutal world that created him, but it’s back and on the brink of its own destruction in this sneak peek at Flashpoint Beyond #1.
Is Kristen Kramer Team Flash Material?

I won’t lie, when Kristen Kramer first appeared last season on The Flash, I did not like her.

Who is Wallace West? (A.K.A. Why Are There Two Wally Wests?)

The Flash is a legacy hero, going all the way back to the Golden Age of comic books and racing through significant points of history in the superhero genre.

Time-Travel Tips from The Flash's Armageddon

Armageddon is upon us, and I’m here to say, “Bring it on!” The five-part Flash television event, which wraps up tonight with its climactic chapter, has

A Multiverse-Spanning Mystery Begins in Infinite Frontier #1

The DC Universe has been through…a lot. That has been true for quite a while, but especially lately.

Racing to the Future: Jordan Fisher Suits Up as The Flash's Impulse

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