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  • The Flash (Wally West)
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  • Wally West was the first Kid Flash and the second person to take up the mantle of the Flash after the death of Barry Allen.
  • Wally West was born to Rudy and Mary West in Blue Valley, Nebraska. As a boy, Wally would often daydream, most notably about being The Flash. He idolized The Flash, was the president and sole member of the Blue Valley Flash Fan Club. His parents thought he was setting himself up for failure and did their best to dampen what they believed to be unrealistic expectations, in rather harsh ways. His father encouraged him to work at the same plant he did, but Wally grew frustrated and hurt (eventually apathetic) by their lack of faith in his abilities. At a family reunion held at the Wests, Wally accidentally spilled some soda while pouring, and was yelled at by his father for keeping his head in the clouds. He went to his room crying and a familiar looking man, who he thought was maybe his uncl
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Wallace Rudolph "Wally" West is a superhero that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. Created by John Broome and illustrator Carmine Infantino, he first appeared in Flash #110 in January 1960. He was the nephew of Iris West, Barry Allen's girlfriend, and Barry (who secretly was Wally's hero, the Flash) arranged for him to meet the Flash, but when the Flash was showing Wally the chemicals that were hit by lightning and gave him his super-speed powers, another lightning hit the chemicals and Wally, giving him the same powers. The Flash trained Wally in the use of his powers, taking him in as his crime-fighting partner Kid Flash, who would become a member of the Teen Titans. After Barry sacrifices himself to save the world, Wally takes his place as The Flash
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  • "Comfort and Joy"
type of hero
  • Speedster and Superhero
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Origin
  • The Flash Comics
Skills
  • *Advanced Super-Speed *Superhuman Reflexes *Superhuman Agility *Superhuman Durability *Superhuman Stamina *Superhuman Momentum *Intangibility/Phasing *Electricity Generation *Electric Bolt Projection *Enhanced Mind *Enhanced Senses *Air Manipulation *Accelerated Metabolism *Regeneration *Dimensional Travel *Speed Lend/Steal *Tactical Analysis *Investigation Skills *Hand-to-Hand Combatant
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Character Name
  • Wally West
Alias
  • Kid Flash; Flash
Real Name
  • Wallace Rudolph West
Occupation
  • Vigilante
Fullname
  • Wallace West
Creator
Size
  • 300
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  • Wally West was the first Kid Flash and the second person to take up the mantle of the Flash after the death of Barry Allen.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Wallace Rudolph "Wally" West is a superhero that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. Created by John Broome and illustrator Carmine Infantino, he first appeared in Flash #110 in January 1960. He was the nephew of Iris West, Barry Allen's girlfriend, and Barry (who secretly was Wally's hero, the Flash) arranged for him to meet the Flash, but when the Flash was showing Wally the chemicals that were hit by lightning and gave him his super-speed powers, another lightning hit the chemicals and Wally, giving him the same powers. The Flash trained Wally in the use of his powers, taking him in as his crime-fighting partner Kid Flash, who would become a member of the Teen Titans. After Barry sacrifices himself to save the world, Wally takes his place as The Flash (others would fill in as Kid Flash). Wally makes his first live-action appearance at the end of a Christmas special of the 2014 "The Flash" series.
  • Wally West was born to Rudy and Mary West in Blue Valley, Nebraska. As a boy, Wally would often daydream, most notably about being The Flash. He idolized The Flash, was the president and sole member of the Blue Valley Flash Fan Club. His parents thought he was setting himself up for failure and did their best to dampen what they believed to be unrealistic expectations, in rather harsh ways. His father encouraged him to work at the same plant he did, but Wally grew frustrated and hurt (eventually apathetic) by their lack of faith in his abilities. At a family reunion held at the Wests, Wally accidentally spilled some soda while pouring, and was yelled at by his father for keeping his head in the clouds. He went to his room crying and a familiar looking man, who he thought was maybe his uncle or something, came in and talked to him, saying he shouldn't give up on his dreams and giving him confidence that he'd reflect back on for years to come.
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