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Since the Flash's career spans over many centuries, the Flash has made foes over various timelines. All incarnations of the Flash—Jay Garrick, Barry Allen and Wally West—fought a "Reverse-Flash": the Rival, Professor Zoom and Zoom, respectively. Many of Barry Allen's enemies also banded together as the Rogues.

History

Secret Identity

Since they are from the future, Professor Zoom and Abra Kadabra are fully aware of the secret identities of every single Flash and know where to hurt them the most.

The Riddler was able to figure out the Flash's identity, but thanks to Wally West, thinks Barry was covering for the real Flash.

The speedsters Negative Flash and Godspeed are also aware of Barry's identity due to their previous connections to him.

Membership History

Reverse-Flash: The Reverse-Flashes are the speedster arch-nemesis of each Flash.

  • Rival:[1] The nemesis of Jay Garrick. Unlike most his successors, he doesn't wear a reverse of his Flash's colors, rather he looks like an evil version of Jay Garrick.
  • Professor Zoom/Reverse-Flash/Zoom:[2] The first and most iconic Reverse Flash, Eobard is a man from the future who despises Barry Allen and seeks to make his life miserable.
  • Zoom:[3] The second Reverse-Flash and Eobard's successor, he despises Wally for not going back in time to save his wife and seeks to make him suffer. Unlike the other Reverse-Flashes, he isn't a speedster. But rather, manipulates time to look like a speedster. He tricked Barry and Wally into destroying the Force Barrier[4] and became the avatar for all four forces.
  • Inertia:[5] An evil clone of Impulse.
  • Reverse-Flash:[6] The third Reverse-Flash and the brother of Iris West. He killed three speedsters to time travel to the past and kill his father.

Golden Age:

  • The Brain
  • Changeling
  • Claw
  • Dmane:[7] Dmane is a villain from the future who followed The Flash back to the 20th Century. Dmane went on a rampage, but was stopped by the Flash when the hero realized he needed to remain in contact with the Earth to use his magnetic powers.
  • "Eel" Madden
  • Faultless Four:[8] The Faultless Four were a short-lived team of scientists, working at espionage, on behalf of an unidentified foreign power, in the late 1930s.
  • Fiddler:[9] The Fiddler is a super-villain and enemy to the Flash who uses hypnotic music to commit crimes.
  • Fred Devere:[10] Fred Devere was the restaurant manager for Brenda Forest's chain of restaurants. However, he was also the head of a racketeering operation targeting the same establishments.
  • Gypper Zilich:[11] Gypper Zilich was a lawyer who worked with a racketeering organization, seeking out-of-court settlements after staged accidents.
  • Hunk Norvock:[12] Hunk Norvock was a crime boss in the 1930s who was responsible for ruining young Clifford DeVoe's career as an attorney in his first major case. DeVoe devised a contraption that made Norvock kill himself.
  • Joseph Callen:[13] Joe Callen was the leader of a criminal organization specializing in racketeering.
  • Kriglo Martians
  • Midget Joe
  • Mister Alpha:[14] Fred Kincaid was a former college classmate of the Flash (Jay Garrick) who used the science he'd learned in school to commit supposedly fool-proof crimes.
  • Monocle
  • Rag Doll:[15] A triple-jointed contortionist who committed crimes while dressed as a children's toy.
  • Roy Revenge
  • Shade:[16] The Shade is an immortal character with darkness manipulation powers who has been an ally and a villain of the Flash.
  • Sinister
  • Star Sapphire
  • Thinker:[17] A crippled man with a superbrain. His intellect makes him a dangerous foe.
  • Thorn:[18] Thorn is the physical manifestation of an imaginary friend brought out by Rose. Rose was studying biology on the island of Tashmi, where she was exposed to the sap of a jungle root, which transformed her into Thorn. She fought the Flash several times. She later married Alan Scott and had two children (Jade and Obsidian), but to stop Thorn from killing her children Rose stabbed herself.[19]
  • Threat
  • Turtle:[20] The slowest man alive and the avatar of the Still Force. He is the first supervillain Barry Allen defeated.[21]
  • Vandal
  • Wind Master
  • Wooden Man

Silver Age:

  • Baron Katana
  • Black Cat:[22] Black Cat is a criminal based in Paris. He planned to destroy the Eiffel Tower with a bomb. His plan was quickly stopped by the Flash.
  • Breakaway Bandit:[23] The Breakaway Bandit has the power to disconnect any part of his body from the main part, including splitting himself in half at the waist.
  • Cloud Creatures
  • Dokris:[24] Dokris were a species of green-skinned aliens who briefly conquered Earth in the year 2287.
    • Mynher:[25] Mynher was the leader of the Dokris invasion of Earth in 2287.
  • Dro Dorno:[26] Dro Dorno, a resident of Gobdor City on Gobdor, was the producer for the popular tel-vis program Thrills of Earth, a reality show featuring real footage of natural disasters and violence on the planet Earth.
  • Ghost Pilot
  • Golden Giants: [27] Golden Giants are a prehistoric, strongly-built humanoid race notable for their golden skin and height.
  • Golden Man
  • Gorilla Grodd:[28] A telepathic Gorilla that wants to turn all humans into apes. He also devours his opponents brains. For a while, Grodd took over the Speed Force. He is easily one of the Flash's most dangerous and persistent foes.
  • Katmos:[29] Katmos was the ruler of a race of beings that evolved from iron, as opposed to being based on the element carbon, and is a creature of living metal.
  • Man-Missile:[30] Lucas Elrod could turn him and any part of himself into anything he could imagine thanks to the radioactive chemicals he was doused with.
  • Mazdan:[31] Mazdan was a thief from the far future who was sentenced to be exiled in the desolate 50th Century by means of a time capsule.
  • Myrmitons:[32] The Myrmitons were a blue-skinned alien species who were the rulers of the Myrmiton star cluster. They were very technologically advanced, capable of harnessing cosmic radiation.
  • Psykon:[33] William Dawson was a criminal whose body was taken over by Gorilla Grodd. He later returned to exact his revenge on Grodd.
  • The Rogues:[34] The group of villains the Flash usually has to fight with.
    • Abra Kadabra:[35] A criminal from the future, who uses advance tech to fake magic. He is responsible for trapping Wally West in the Speed Force.
    • Captain Boomerang I:[36] A former toy spokesman who turned to a life of crime.
    • Captain Cold:[37] A.K.A. Leonard Snart, Cold is usually the leader of the Rogues. He possesses a cold gun, which is his signature weapon. He was briefly a member of the Justice League.[38]
    • Doctor Alchemy:[39] A super-villain who fights the Flash using a Philosopher's Stone that can transmute elements.
    • Heat Wave:[40] A pyro-maniac with a heatgun and a member of the Rogues. He briefly became a Sage Force user and gained fire powers.[41]
    • Mirror Master I:[42] A man with a special gun that could allow him to move through mirrors.
    • Mister Element:[43] Alvin Desmond was a construct of the Philosopher's Stone. He existed as the virtual twin of the original Doctor Alchemy, Albert Desmond.
    • Pied Piper:[28] Pied Piper is a deaf musical prodigy who uses sonic technology as a weapon. This allows him to cause vibrational damage and hypnotize people.
    • T.O. Morrow:[44] A villainous engineer responsible for creating Red Tornado.[45]
    • Top:[46] A super-villain with the ability to spin at super-speed. These powers grant him enhanced intelligence through stimulation of his brain cells, turning him into a psychotic mastermind.
    • Trickster I:[47] An enemy of The Flash who commits crimes using dangerous gadgets themed after practical joke elements.
    • Weather Wizard I:[48] A super-villain with the ability to manipulate weather using a wand.
  • Samuroids:[49] Robotic samurais.
  • Turtle Man:[50] A fan of the original Turtle, who decided to take up his legacy.

Bronze Age:

  • Big Sir:[51] Dufus P. Ratchet was given technological armor by the Rogues that allowed him to fly and came equipped with an energy mace.
  • Clown:[52] A minor villain that killed Hunter Zolomon's girlfriend.
  • Colonel Computron:[53] Colonel Computron was a disgruntled toymaker who sought revenge against his employer, but was stopped by the Flash.
  • Colonel Computron II
  • Clive Yorkin:[54] A man with the ability to drain life energy from others.
  • Electric Gang
  • Eradicator:[55] The Eradicator was a vigilante who killed criminals in Keystone City and Central City.
  • Golden Glider:[56] The younger sister of Captain Cold and member of the Rogues. Her special skates create their own ice, allowing her to move effortlessly and trip up her enemies.
  • Ice Princess:[57] Ice Princess was an ordinary citizen who was forced to vandalise the Flash Museum under the influence of Pied Piper, who used sonic hypnotism.
  • Lord of Limbo:[58] The Lord of Limbo ruled a dimension where the normal laws of space and time did not apply, populated by slaves he had taken from the real world.
  • Master Villain
  • Matthew Paulson:[59] Chief Matthew Paulson was Barry Allen's supervisor at the Central City Police Department and was a corrupt cop.
  • Melanie:[54] Melanie was a stalker obsessed with the Flash.
  • Mister Originality
  • Myrna Troy:[60] Myrna Troy is a professional model who had a relationship with Leonard Snart. The relationship ended after she stole his Captain Cold alias and started committing robberies to frame him.
  • Rainbow Raider:[61] Rainbow Raider was a criminal that could only see bright colors. In an alternate universe, Rainbow Raider is a far more serious threat, as he can manipulate the emotions of others.
  • Ringmaster:[62] The Ringmaster was a pawn of Golden Glider's hypnosis. He carried special rings which could perform a variety of offensive functions as well as enabling him to fly.
  • Saber-Tooth
  • Saber-Tooth II
  • She-Demon:[63] She-Demon is a demon who intended to steal the body of Iris West and leave her astral essence trapped in limbo.
  • Snurff:[64] Snurff was a diminutive resident of the 64th Century and accomplice of Abra Kadabra.
  • Urtumi
  • Viper

Satan Circle:

Post-Crisis: Baron & Messner-Loebs:

Turtle's henchmen:

Blue Trinity:

Celestial Enlightenment Ranch:

Post-Crisis: Waid/Augustyn & Millar/Morrison:

Expediters, Inc.:

Team Turmoil:

Rogues:[34] The group of villains the Flash usually has to fight with.

  • Blacksmith:[81] Blacksmith's body has been mutated to be the perfect fusion between organic and inorganic matter. This has given her the ability to fuse inanimate substance with living tissue, such as fusing metal to her own body at will. Blacksmith is the leader of the underground black market the Network and the leader of the New Rogues.
  • Captain Boomerang II:[82] The son of Owen Mercer and half-brother of Bart Allen.
  • Cicada:[83] Cicada was a cult leader who thought he was linked to the Flash. After being struck by lightning, Cicada's body had changed into a lightning rod for souls and he learned not only could he live forever but he could do so by stealing lives.
  • Double Down:[84] A con man and gambler who gained powers when a cursed deck of cards bonded to him.
  • Fallout:[84] A radioactive super-villain who fights The Flash.
  • Girder:[84] Girder is a super-villain made of living iron and an enemy of The Flash. He has been a member of the Rogues.[85]
  • Magenta:[86] Using her power of magnetism, Magenta can produce a number of magnetic effects. She can manipulate, repel or attract metal objects of varying sizes. Naturally, the more metal is in an object the easier it is for her to affect magnetically. The more metal she wants to use the more pressure it is on her.
  • Mirror Master II:[87] He was at one point an assassin in Scotland, until he received the equipment of his predecessor Sam Scudder. He possesses a Mirror Gun that allows him to travel into an alternate dimension from any reflective surface, appear in many places at once, and perform other physical transmutations.
  • Mr. Element II
  • Murmur:[84] A respected surgeon until he went on a killing spree to stop the voices in his head. His psychosis forced him to blurt out confessions to his crimes. This led to him cutting out his own tongue and sewing his lips shut. He has been a member of the Rogues.[85]
  • Peek-a-Boo:[88] A meta-human who can teleport.
  • Plunder:[89] Plunder was the Jared Morillo of another reality and an enemy of the Flash. Plunder later joined Blacksmith's Rogues and began working with them in their plan to eliminate the Flash's allies.
  • Replicant:[90] Replicant can steal and copy powers with the Humanifold, which can also work on technology, as it destroyed the gear of the Rogues, and granted him their abilities.
  • Tarpit:[91] Joseph Monteleone, better known as Tar Pit, is a hulking pile of hot tar that operates out of Central City, making him an enemy of the Flash.
  • Trickster II:[92] The illegitimate son of the original trickster.

Rainbow Raiders:[93] Rainbow Raiders are a group of villains who formed a gang in honor of the original one. They committed mass suicide during Blackest Night by drinking poison with hope that they would resurrect as Black Lanterns, but as they did not have emotional ties with any heroes this did not happen.[94]

New Rogues:

One Year Later:

Renegades:

  • Commander Cold:[101] Commander Cold was a law enforcement officer from the 25th Century. He was the leader of the Renegades, a police team modeled after the Rogues.
  • Golden Guardian:[102] Golden Guardian was a member of the Renegades, a police team based on the Rogues.
  • Heatstroke:[103] Heatstroke is a member of the Reverse-Flash Task Force in the 25th Century, a special police squad modeled after the 20th Century Flash's enemies the Rogues to fight Professor Zoom.
  • Mirror Monarch:[104] Mirror Monarch is a member of the Reverse-Flash Task Force in the 25th Century, a special police squad modeled after the 20th Century Flash's enemies the Rogues to fight Professor Zoom.
  • Top:[105] The Top is a member of the Reverse-Flash Task Force in the 25th Century, a special police squad modeled after the 20th Century Flash's enemies the Rogues to fight Professor Zoom.
  • Trixster:[106] Trixster is a member of the Reverse-Flash Task Force in the 25th Century, a special police squad modeled after the 20th Century Flash's enemies the Rogues to fight Professor Zoom.
  • Weather Warlock:[107] Weather Warlock is a member of the Reverse-Flash Task Force in the 25th Century, a special police squad modeled after the 20th Century Flash's enemies the Rogues to fight Professor Zoom.

Flashpoint:

  • Aquaman:[108] A version of Aquaman who became a tyrant and declared war on humanity.
  • Wonder Woman:[109] A version of Wonder Woman who became a tyrant and declared war on humanity. She also tried to kill Wally West during Convergence.

Post-Flashpoint:

  • Acolytes of Zoom:[110] The Acolytes of Zoom were a group of Speed Force-empowered metahumans gathered by Eobard Thawne to take on the Flash.
    • Folded Man:[110] Xolani, later to be known as the Folded Man, was a low class thief that operated in the Southern part of Africa in the year 1883.
    • Human Block:[111] The Human Block is capable of slowing the very atoms in her body, making herself harder than steel and granting herself superhuman strength and durability.
    • Magali:[112] Magali is an ageless Aztec God from 1520 where she was saved by Professor Zoom from conquistadors trying to kill her.
    • Selkirk:[113] William Selkirk is a Speed Force scholar who got trapped in the Speed Force with Barry Allen. He later joined the Acolytes of Zoom.[114]
  • Black Hole:[115] Black Hole was a terrorist organisation whose goal was to research and exploit the Speed Force.
    • Doctor Huskk:[116] Doctor Huskk is an agent of Black Hole who works under Raijin. He was caught by Iris West stealing Meena Dhawan's equipment from the Speed Force Training Centre in Central City with Dr. Holt.
    • Negative Flash:[117] A former ally and member of Black Hole.
  • Black Mold:[118] Black Mold uses mold spores to kill victims.
  • Black Spider:[119] Black Spider is an infamous assassin, mercenary and thief and enemy of Batman. He was able to successfully rob a diamond exchange, however he was apprehended by Flash shortly afterwards.[120]
  • Bloodwork:[121] A member of the CCPD, he took advantage of his position to conduct his mad experiments and turned himself into the villain Bloodwork.[122]
  • Bone Dry:[123] Bone Dry can absorb the moisture out of a person's body by making contact with them.
  • Bug-Eyed Bandit:[124] Having developed several robotic insects, he commits crimes motivated by personal gain.
  • Copperhead II:[125] A crime boss in Central City, as well as a former mercenary.
  • Darwin Elias
  • Doctor Nightmare:[126] Doctor Nightmare is a villain who uses sleep gas and a nightmare hat which brings whatever the wearer is dreaming to life.
  • Elongated Maniac:[127] Elongated Maniac was a mass murderer who wanted to make a name for himself and used the identity of Elongated Man, one of Flash's greatest allies.
  • Elsa Mardon:[128] Elsa was married to Marco Mardon's brother, Claudio, who was also a criminal in Central City. She was killed by Marco Mardon as revenge for killing his brother.
  • The Flash:[129] A future version of the Flash that went crazy after trying to fix his past mistakes.
  • Gemini:[130] Gemini are a pair of lovers named Belladonna and Santiago who are obsessed with making power their own. The team was made defunct after Psych killed Santiago and Belladonna was put into Iron Heights.[131]
  • General Silverback:[132] General Silverback was one of the Gorillas in Gorilla City, loyal to Grodd.
  • Godspeed:[133] Barry's former detective partner. He stole the speed of several speedsters.
  • Gotham:[134] Gotham was a metahuman crimefighter operating in Gotham City and the partner of Gotham Girl.
  • Gotham Girl:[134] Gotham Girl is a metahuman crimefighter operating in Gotham City and the partner of Gotham.
  • Gravitor:[135] Gravitor was an enemy of the Flash who used a gun to alter gravity.
  • Joseph Carver:[136] Dr. Joseph Carver is a scientist who was experimenting on the Speed Force, attempting to weaponize it, making him an enemy of the Flash.
  • Keystone Killer:[137] Some time after founding the two cities he was killed by his friend Marshall Fletcher who betrayed him. After his death he became a ghost intent on revenge known as the Keystone Killer.
  • Kyle Korot
  • Lasher:[138] The Lasher is a villain who uses a whip made from electricity.
  • Lightning Knights:[139] The Lightning Knights are a group of speedsters from the Dark Multiverse allied with the Darkest Knight, who hunted the Flash Family in an attempt to steal the power that Wally West gained from the Mobius Chair.
  • Lummox:[112] A thief that uses a mechanical super suit during his jobs.
  • Marissa Rennie
  • Mashup:[140] Detective Seborn stole a variety of weapons from The Flash's newest enemies that were stored in the evidence lock up room in the Central City Police Department and used them to fight the Flash as the villainous Mashup Killer.
  • Merge:[141] Merge is a retired enemy of The Flash who has gloves that merge whatever they touch.
  • Mob Rule:[142] Manuel Lago is an old and close friend of Barry Allen. He has the power to create copies of himself, but they went rogue under the name Mob Rule.
  • Mogul:[143] Ernest Flake invented a device that was able to create snow by absorbing moisture from the air around it. Turning to crime to pay the bills, he used his machine as a weapon to rob banks under the name Mogul.
  • Multiplex:[144] A supervillain with the ability to create duplicate bodies of himself.
  • Napalm:[145] Napalm is a pyromaniac who trained to join the Rogues to replace Heat Wave.
  • Nate Jones:[146] Nate Jones was a former criminal who was injected with Snake Bite by the Mashup Killer to murder Barry Allen.
  • Overload
  • Papercut:[147] A villain that can manipulate paper and by extension wood.
  • Para-Angels:[148] The Para-Angels are a pair of criminals with silver wings that were hired to stop the Trickster from talking to the CCPD.
  • Psych:[149] A conduit of the mysterious cosmic force known as the Sage Force, which provides him with a wide array of mental-based powers.
  • Raijin:[150] A mysterious armored individual who was seemingly behind the Speed Force storm that rained down upon Central City.
  • The Red Death:[151] A version of Bruce Wayne who forcibly merged him and Barry together and poisoned Central City with a Speed Force Storm.[152]
  • Riddler:[153] Riddler held Central City hostage with drones and nearly publicly executed Barry.[154]
  • Sand Blaster:[155] Sand Blaster has the unique ability to conjure and shoot powerful streams of sand from his hands. He attempted to fill the power vacuum after the Rogues had seemed to disappear.
  • The Shark:[156] The Shark was a long time foe of the Justice League. After a brief battle with the The Flash and Fuerza[157], he was captured and sent to Belle Reve, where he joined the Suicide Squad.
  • Shift:[158] A soldier of the Speed Force Resistance and former pupil of Eobard Thawne from the 25th century who travelled back in time to kill the Flash.
  • Shrapnel:[159] Shrapnel's body is composed of many pieces of organic metal that he can assemble into any shape at will. This allows him to shoot hundreds of sharp projectiles simultaneously and then reconstitute his body instantly.
  • Skipper:[160] Skipper is a Flash villain who used a teleporter. He had his equipment stolen by Mashup in the CCPD Evidence Room.
  • Spitfire:[161] She pulls heists on high-value targets and tries to do them in impossible ways.
  • Squall:[162] Squall is a retired Flash villain who had his equipment stolen by Mashup in the CCPD Evidence Room.
  • Tornado Twins:[163] The children of Barry Allen and Iris West.
  • Trigger Twins:[166] Thieving twin brothers who dress in Western attire.
  • Turbine:[167] A Tuskegee Airman who was absorbed into the Speed Force during World War II.[168] He was trapped in the Speed Force for 70 years. He later joined the Rogues[169] after the invasion of gorillas.[170]
  • Warp Vortex:[171] Cathal Cade was given the power to expand and contract space-time after his plane exploded, and used his powers under the name Warp Vortex.
  • Weaver Clan:[172] The Weaver Clan are a criminal weapons trading group based in the Australian Outback.

Future State:

  • Famine:[173] Famine is one of the Four Horsemen of Apocalypse and it was imprisoned in the Speed Force. After freeing himself from his cage, he possessed the speedster Wally West.
  • Reflek:[174] Reflek is the former student of the Mirror Master and an enemy of The Flash.
  • Wally West:[175] Wally West was a member of the Flash Family, until he became possessed by a mysterious entity called Famine. He took away the rest of the Family's access to the Speed Force, and began attacking people around the world.

Minor Villains

Recommended Reading

Trivia

  • There have also been 4 Flash villains exclusive to Hostess advertisements, and they were named as the Bureauc-Rat, The Destroyer, Dr. Sorcery and Medusa.

See Also

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  128. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #9
  129. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #30
  130. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 5) #58
  131. The Flash (Volume 5) #63
  132. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #9
  133. First Appearance: The Flash: Rebirth (Volume 2) #1
  134. 134.0 134.1 First Appearance: DCU: Rebirth #1
  135. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #32
  136. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 5) #1
  137. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #27
  138. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #34
  139. First Appearance: Dark Nights: Death Metal Speed Metal #1
  140. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #31
  141. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #32
  142. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #1
  143. First Appearance: The Flash Annual (Volume 4) #3
  144. First Appearance: Firestorm #1
  145. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #38
  146. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #33
  147. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 5) #10
  148. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 5) #52
  149. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 5) #61
  150. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 5) #35
  151. First Appearance: Dark Days: The Casting #1
  152. The Flash (Volume 5) #33
  153. First Appearance: Detective Comics #140
  154. The Flash: Full Stop (Collected)
  155. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 5) #14
  156. First Appearance: Green Lantern (Volume 2) #24
  157. The Flash (Volume 5) #77
  158. First Appearance: The Flash Giant (Volume 2) #2
  159. First Appearance: Doom Patrol (Volume 2) #7
  160. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #34
  161. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #26
  162. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #34
  163. First Appearance: Adventure Comics #373
  164. First Appearance: Adventure Comics #373
  165. First Appearance: Adventure Comics #373
  166. First Appearance: All-Star Western #58
  167. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 4) #8
  168. The Flash (Volume 4) #8
  169. The Flash (Volume 4) #17
  170. The Flash: Gorilla Warfare
  171. First Appearance: The Flash Giant (Volume 2) #4
  172. First Appearance: The Flash (Volume 5) #18
  173. First Appearance: Future State: The Flash #1
  174. First Appearance: DC Pride #1
  175. First Appearance: Future State: The Flash #1
  176. First Appearance: The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: Rayo de Luz
  177. First Appearance: Crisis on Infinite Earths #2
  178. First Appearance: Doom Patrol #86
  179. First Appearance: The Flash #300
  180. First Appearance: Arrow (TV Series) Episode: Invasion!
  181. First Appearance: Batman #59
  182. First Appearance: Green Lantern (Volume 2) #21
  183. First Appearance: Justice League of America #12
  184. First Appearance: Justice League of America #10
  185. First Appearance: The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: Power Outage
  186. First Appearance: Legends of the DC Universe #19
  187. First Appearance: The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: The Death of Vibe
  188. First Appearance: The Flash: Season Zero #5
  189. First Appearance: The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: Monster
  190. First Appearance: The Flash: Season Zero #1
  191. First Appearance: Justice League of America #29
  192. First Appearance: Arrow (TV Series) Episode: The Man Under the Hood
  193. First Appearance: The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: The Fury of Firestorm
  194. First Appearance: Batman Beyond Unlimited #13
  195. First Appearance: The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: A Flash of the Lightning
  196. First Appearance: Doom Patrol #86
  197. First Appearance: DC Special #29
  198. First Appearance: Manhunter (Volume 2) #11
  199. First Appearance: Flash (1990 TV Series) Episode: Pilot
  200. First Appearance: Flash (1990 TV Series) Episode: The Deadly Nightshade
  201. First Appearance: Detective Comics #742
  202. First Appearance: Flash (1990 TV Series) Episode: Twin Streaks
  203. First Appearance: The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: Welcome to Earth-2
  204. First Appearance: Batman Beyond Unlimited #13
  205. First Appearance: Blackest Night: The Flash #3
  206. First Appearance: Batman: The Brave and the Bold (TV Series) Episode: Trials of the Demon!
  207. First Appearance: Tangent Comics: Flash #1
  208. First Appearance: The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: Flash Back
  209. First Appearance: The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: A Flash of the Lightning
  210. First Appearance: Green Lantern #10
  211. First Appearance: The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: Plastique
  212. First Appearance: New Teen Titans #14


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