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"Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 13": The Flash is seen running on the Nullarbor, the longest road in Australia. One perfectly straight section of the road stretches for ninety miles, the longest in the world. Barry says he often comes here to think and to run; but today, he just wants to run


Quote1 How do you think he felt in that moment, Barry -- when his idols broke him? Quote2
-- Batman



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Synopsis for "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 13"

The Flash is seen running on the Nullarbor, the longest road in Australia. One perfectly straight section of the road stretches for ninety miles, the longest in the world. Barry says he often comes here to think and to run; but today, he just wants to run.

Two hours ago, him, Superman and Wonder Woman attempted to disperse a protest in Melbourne. Many civilians disagreed with the Justice League and resented their power. In the midst of this, a boy confronts them and rips off a cloak, calling himself Galaxor and flying into the air. Before he can do anything, Superman and Wonder Woman restrain him and shove him into the ground, paralyzing him. The Flash can see all of it happen in slow motion, calculating everything he could have done to help Galaxor but did not do.

As Barry runs to get an ambulance, Batman contacts him and scoffs at the Justice League's acts of dispersing a civilian protest. He says that an ambulance is already en route, and that Barry should instead go to the Advanced Sciences and Genetic Testing Laboratory in Canberra. As Barry enters the facility, he is greeted by an aide and shown Galaxor's room. He is revealed to be Mitchell Davies who idolized modern superheroes, sporting a poster of himself and The Flash, autographed by Barry himself. Out of fear and guilt, Barry runs out of the room and to the Nullarbor.

He comes across a kangaroo that was hit by a truck and asks himself if what he is doing is truly right. He gets running again, repeating the fact that "he just wants to run."

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