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Splattered with lightning-charged chemicals as a pre-teen, Wally West gained super-speed and became the sidekick to the second Flash , eventually succeeding him. Powered by the extradimensional Speed Force , he can not only move at near-lightspeed, but can transfer speed to and from others. He used to be able to vibrate through solid objects, but now doing so causes them to explode. Wally is the only speedster who can travel through time precisely without using external calibration (such as the Cosmic Treadmill ).

For most of his solo career, his identity was known to the public. Actions by the Spectre have caused the world to forget ( Ignition ).

Junior high school student Wally West, president of Blue Valley, Nebraska ’s Flash Fan Club, was visiting his aunt Iris in Central City and her boyfriend Barry Allen . Barry offered to introduce Wally to the Flash—in costume, he explained to Wally the accident which gave him his powers, when suddenly it reoccurred, granting Wally the same abilities! Barry took him into his confidence, and made him his sidekick, Kid Flash. Wally was a founding member of the Teen Titans .

Unfortunately, the accident had a slightly different effect on Wally’s adolescent body. He developed a disease which would kill him if he used his speed. A blast of energy during the Crisis on Infinite Earths —the same war in which Barry sacrificed his life—cured Wally, but left him with a top speed roughly that of sound.

In honor of his mentor, Wally took the name and costume of the Flash. He went through a difficult period of emotional instability during which he used his powers irresponsibly, developed a reputation as a womanizer, and finally sought psychiatric help, As he matured—much of which he credits to his now-longstanding relationship with reporter Linda Park —and learned to fulfill his responsibility, Wally slowly developed confidence and regained his earlier speed.

Finally breaking through his mental block of replacing Barry Allen, he achieved full speed, only to find himself changing into energy. In the midst of a battle for Keystone, he sacrificed his life and his humanity to save Linda—and became the only person known to return from the other side of the speed barrier. Wally now has a direct connection to the speed force , and subconscious knowledge of new ways to use it, including the ability to lend speed to other objects and people ( Terminal Velocity and aftermath: Flash #95–101 , 1994–1995).

Splattered with lightning-charged chemicals as a pre-teen, Wally West gained super-speed and became the sidekick to the second Flash , eventually succeeding him. Powered by the extradimensional Speed Force , he can not only move at near-lightspeed, but can transfer speed to and from others. He used to be able to vibrate through solid objects, but now doing so causes them to explode. Wally is the only speedster who can travel through time precisely without using external calibration (such as the Cosmic Treadmill ).

For most of his solo career, his identity was known to the public. Actions by the Spectre have caused the world to forget ( Ignition ).

Junior high school student Wally West, president of Blue Valley, Nebraska ’s Flash Fan Club, was visiting his aunt Iris in Central City and her boyfriend Barry Allen . Barry offered to introduce Wally to the Flash—in costume, he explained to Wally the accident which gave him his powers, when suddenly it reoccurred, granting Wally the same abilities! Barry took him into his confidence, and made him his sidekick, Kid Flash. Wally was a founding member of the Teen Titans .

Unfortunately, the accident had a slightly different effect on Wally’s adolescent body. He developed a disease which would kill him if he used his speed. A blast of energy during the Crisis on Infinite Earths —the same war in which Barry sacrificed his life—cured Wally, but left him with a top speed roughly that of sound.

In honor of his mentor, Wally took the name and costume of the Flash. He went through a difficult period of emotional instability during which he used his powers irresponsibly, developed a reputation as a womanizer, and finally sought psychiatric help, As he matured—much of which he credits to his now-longstanding relationship with reporter Linda Park —and learned to fulfill his responsibility, Wally slowly developed confidence and regained his earlier speed.

Finally breaking through his mental block of replacing Barry Allen, he achieved full speed, only to find himself changing into energy. In the midst of a battle for Keystone, he sacrificed his life and his humanity to save Linda—and became the only person known to return from the other side of the speed barrier. Wally now has a direct connection to the speed force , and subconscious knowledge of new ways to use it, including the ability to lend speed to other objects and people ( Terminal Velocity and aftermath: Flash #95–101 , 1994–1995).

The second season of The Flash premiered on October 6, 2015 on The CW and concluded on May 24, 2016. The season consisted of 23 episodes. It took place in conjunction with the fourth season  of  Arrow , the first season of Supergirl , and the first season of DC's Legends of Tomorrow .

" Following the defeat of Barry Allen's arch-nemesis Eobard Thawne (aka Reverse Flash), Team Flash quickly turned their attention to the singularity swirling high above Central City, which fans last saw consuming everything in its path. Armed with the heart of a hero and the ability to move at super speeds, Barry charged into the eye of the singularity, but will he actually be able to save his city from impending doom? " [1]



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