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Published on March 11th, 2015 | by Nancy Basile


Top 10 Flash Moments in Comic Books

The DC All Access crew picked top 10 Flash scenes, meaning ten of Barry Allen’s fastest, best-est moments from the comic books. During the week of March 9th, Amazon has several books of The Flash on sale. Put these two things together and you’ve got a recipe for quick and easy  entertainment. (Links will open in Amazon.)

Here are the top 10 fastest Flash moments from the DC comic books.


Flash beats the clock to save his girlfriend in The Flash, Vol. 2 #133 (1998) when she’s in danger of aging backwards into nothingness.


The miracle on the Hudson in The Flash #3 (2011), when The Flash saves an airplane from crashing by vibrating it through a bridge in New York City.


In The Flash, Vol. 3 #2 (2010), Barry saves the tenants of an apartment building when it collapses. Then, he reads a bunch of architecture books and builds it back up.


Red Flash vs. Black Flash in The Flash, Vol. 2 #141 (1998). The Flash leads the Black Flash (death) on quite a chase, taking him to the end of time, where he ceases to exist.


In JLA #3 (1997), The Flash beats Zoom in a race, and even delivers a knock-out punch.


In The Flash, Vol. 2 #100 (1995), The Flash achieves Nirvana with the Speed Force, only to give it up for his girlfriend.


He beats Superman in a race over the ocean in The Flash: Rebirth #3 (2009)


Wally goes “full Flash” in The Flash, Vol. 2 #79 (1993), beating Zoom to save his family.


Barry Allen meets Jay Garrick in The Flash, Vol. 1 #123 (1961), when he vibrates so fast, he winds up on a different Earth. It’s the first time the multi-verse is introduced.


The Flash saves the universe in Crisis on Infinite Earths #8 (1986) by sacrificing his own life.

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Top 10 The Flash Moments in Comic Books

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