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    Wally West (Earth-1: Pre-Crisis)

    For other uses of Kid Flash, see The Flash (Disambiguation).




    Do you remember what you were like when we first met? 'Cause I do. You were petulant, stubborn. Every little thing pissed you off. You didn't want a father or a sister or a brother, but look at the man that you are now; the sensitive, intelligent, compassionate man that you have become, and it's not because of some mystical energy source out there. It's because you did the work. Now your responsibility is to continue to do the work to be that man. Do you understand me, son?
    Joe West to Wally West[src]

    Wallace Rudolph "Wally" West is a former drag racer and later a vigilante. In the Flashpoint timeline, he is the protector of Central City known as, The Flash. After Barry Allen and Eobard Thawne reset the timeline, West gained his speed from Alchemy and became the vigilante, Kid Flash.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]

    Early Life[edit | hide]

    Wallace "Wally" West was born to Joe and Francine West, and as the younger brother of Iris West.[13]

    Prior to his birth, West was kept hidden from Joe and Iris as Francine left Central City. Thankfully, the family was able to reunite and Joe reconciled with West after decades in 2015.[13][19]

    Second-Fastest Man Alive[edit | hide]

    Soon afterward, West gained an organic connection to the Speed Force in an accident, becoming the Kid Flash of Central City. Eventually, he joined the Legends of Tomorrow and used the Totems of Zambesi with the other members to create a giant Beebo to defeat Mallus.[20]

    Death[edit | hide]

    Wally sacrifices himself to save Barry

    During the Crisis, West sacrificed himself to save Barry Allen from Outkast's antimatter energy beam.[7]

    Death of the Speed Force[edit | hide]

    In 2020, West discovered that the Speed Force was not talking to him and returned to Central City to speak with Barry Allen. Later, both of them saw that the Speed Force was ill and West misunderstood what it told him and thought that Allen was the cause. Allen then asked what happened, and he told West that the Spectre's energy was killing the Speed Force. After he forgave Allen, and they teamed up and stopped Turtle II. Before he left, he told his father that something was wrong with his sister,[13] with Team Flash later realizing she was replaced by one of Eva McCulloch's reflections.[21]

    Familiar Faces[edit | hide]

    Possible Future[edit | hide]

    As of 2049, West taught his nephew Bart West-Allen on how to mediate.[22]

    Legends Reunion[edit | hide]

    Magog[edit | hide]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Powers[edit | hide]

    Superhuman Speed
    • Speed Force Connection: In the Flashpoint timeline, West gained an organic connection to the Speed Force after being struck by lightning. However, after the timeline was reset, West no longer possessed such abilities, until he was once more bestowed a connection to the Speed Force through the Philosopher's Stone.[4][23]
      • Astral Projection: West is one of the very few speedsters to be capable of entering the Speed Force without the need of outside assistance.[13]
      • Bodily Replication: It is unknown whether West's bodily replications are merely Speed Mirages or Time Remnants, but he possesses an unusual ability to create replications of his body that could simultaneously complete multiple tasks at once.[13]
      • Electrokinesis: When West ran, he produced a yellow lightning trail behind him.[4]
        • Electrical Constructs: After learning how to connect to his inner self for months, West began unlocking advanced abilities such as creating shapes with his lightning.[13]
        • Speed Force Aura: West was protected by an invisible aura of energy from burning due to extreme friction and from gravitational forces.[4]
      • Superhuman Agility: West had the ability to balance on unstable objects while running at superhuman speed.[4]
      • Superhuman Durability: West is able to withstand extreme forces and attacks with little to no injuries.[4]
      • Superhuman Momentum: West could generate and withstand extreme kinetic energy.[24]
      • Superhuman Senses: West was shown to be able to hear sounds even after exceeding the speed of sound, which no sounds can be heard normally.[4]
      • Superhuman Speed: Like other speedsters, West could run at an exceptional speed such that he could exceed the speed of sound and when intended, the speed of light.[4]
        • Accelerated Perception: West was able to perceive actions and words that appeared for a brief moment in time.[4]
        • Aerokinesis: By running at a high speed, West was able to create wind movement to put out fires.[25]
        • Bodily Vibration: By vibrating at superhuman speed, West was capable of creating visual and audio illusions, such as voice modulation, invisibility and masking their faces.[4]
          • Intangibility: Also known as "phasing", West had the ability to walk through solid objects by vibrating at the frequency of air.[24]
        • Superhuman Reflexes: West is able to respond to attacks quickly, including speeding bullets and physical contacts.[4]
        • Superhuman Stamina: West can run for an extended period of time with no signs of exhaustion.[4]

    Former Powers[edit | hide]

    Black Lightning
    Blood Constructs
    • Powers via the Water Totem: West briefly wielded the Water Totem to create a giant Beebo against Mallus.[26]
    • Blood Constructs: While infected by Ramsey Rosso, West could construct sludge-like blood from his body.[8]

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Bilingualism: West was fluent in English and Japanese.[5]
    • Engineering: Using his expertise from his experience as a drag racer, West became a skilled engineer and was capable of doing maintenance to the Waverider.[26]
    • Hand-to-Hand Combat: Throughout his time as a vigilante, West's combat skills advanced such that he was able to easily defend himself from Mallus' forces.[26]

    Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    • Speedster Weapon: Upon being shot with a Speedster Weapon, West will briefly lose his ability to run at superhuman speed.[27]

    Former Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    • Savitar: Due to his powers originating from the Philosopher's Stone, West was one of the few people being able to see Savitar. This made West more vulnerable, having constant flashes of memories or Savitar.[28]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Current Equipment[edit | hide]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Appearances
    The Fury of Firestorm Mentioned
    Running to Stand Still Appears
    Potential Energy Appears
    The Reverse-Flash Returns Appears
    Fast Lane Appears
    Welcome to Earth-2 Appears
    King Shark Appears
    Trajectory Appears
    Flash Back Appears
    Versus Zoom Appears
    Back to Normal Appears
    Rupture Appears
    The Runaway Dinosaur Appears
    Invincible Appears
    The Race of His Life Appears
    Flashpoint Appears
    Paradox Appears
    Magenta Appears
    The New Rogues Appears
    Monster (The Flash) Appears
    Shade Appears
    Killer Frost Appears
    Invasion! (The Flash) Appears
    The Present Appears
    Borrowing Problems from the Future Appears
    Dead or Alive Appears
    The Legion of Doom Pictured
    Untouchable Appears
    Attack on Gorilla City Appears
    Attack on Central City Appears
    The Wrath of Savitar Appears
    Into the Speed Force Appears
    Duet Appears
    Abra Kadabra Appears
    The Once and Future Flash Appears
    I Know Who You Are Appears
    Cause and Effect Appears
    Infantino Street Appears
    Finish Line Appears
    The Flash Reborn Appears
    Aruba-Con Appears
    Mixed Signals Appears
    Luck Be a Lady Appears
    Girls Night Out Mentioned
    Stretched Scene 2 Mentioned
    Therefore I Am Appears
    Crisis on Earth-X, Part 1 Appears
    Don't Run Mentioned
    Here I Go Again Appears
    The Curse of the Earth Totem Appears
    No Country for Old Dads Appears
    Enter Flashtime Mentioned
    Amazing Grace Appears
    Necromancing the Stone Appears
    I, Ava Appears
    Guest Starring John Noble Appears
    The Good, the Bad and the Cuddly Appears
    Therefore She Is Mentioned
    Think Fast Mentioned
    We Are The Flash Appears
    Nora Appears
    The Virgin Gary Mentioned
    The Death of Vibe Mentioned
    News Flash Mentioned
    What's Past Is Prologue Appears
    The Flash & The Furious Mentioned
    Seeing Red (The Flash) Mentioned
    Cause and XS Pictured
    King Shark vs. Gorilla Grodd Mentioned
    Failure Is an Orphan Mentioned
    Godspeed Mentioned
    Paragons Rising Appears
    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Five Mentioned
    Death of the Speed Force Appears
    Liberation Pictured
    Pay the Piper Mentioned
    Mother Flashback
    Timeless Mentioned
    Good-Bye Vibrations Flashback
    Heart of the Matter, Part 1 Mentioned
    Too Legit to Quit Mentioned
    Impulsive Excessive Disorder Name Seen
    The (Ex) Legends of Tomorrow Appears
    Booster's Day Out As Beebo
    Funeral for a Friend Pictured
    Into the Still Force Mentioned
    Sidekick Rules Appears
    Savior Complex Appears
    The Mask of the Red Death, Part 1 Mentioned
    It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To Appears
    The Flash: The Official Visual Companion Appears

    Gallery[edit | hide]

    Promotional Images[edit | hide]

    References[edit | hide]


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