Superhero comics don’t need to make sense all the time. Characters can fly and run at the speed of light, so logic clearly isn’t the most important thing to consider when first approaching these stories. Despite that, most of the characters and series have a set of unofficial rules that guide how that character works and interacts with the rest of the universe.
The Flash, whether he’s Jay Garrick, Barry Allen, or Wally West, is no different. Just because he can run at the speed of light and travel through time doesn’t mean he should be able to do anything he wants. Sometimes writers for the comic go out of ...
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