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|As a result of the New 52 in 2011, the entire line of DC characters was relaunched, incorporating properties belonging to the company's imprints: Wildstorm, Milestone, and Vertigo. As such, elements of this character's history have been altered in some way from the previous incarnation. For a complete list of all versions of this character, see our disambiguation page.|
Jesse Quick was erased from the timeline by Flashpoint and trapped in the Speed Force, with her father having died shortly before the Flashpoint. She was temporarily restored when Dr. Manhattan undid his work. As a result she returned as Liberty Belle, part of the Justice Society of America. Manhattan's attempt at fixing the timeline and reality failed however, as they merely re-adjusted into a new version.
She was also part of the timeline of the older Barry Allen from the 25th century, having become a legendary speedster who had a statue in the Flash Museum. Jesse met Barry of the 21st Century for the first time inside the Speed Force, when his body was taken over by Eobard Thawne. As a result of his guilt, he however saw them as nightmarish creatures. She and Max Mercury saved Barry from being lost in the Speed Force, which caused him to finally remember them.
Jesse and Max then helped Barry to escape back to his universe by self-reflecting on his thoughts. He however decided to help the two escape too and finally become a part of their timeline. After they escaped the Speed Force, Thawne realized he and his Legion of Zoom won't be able to stand against the reunited Flash Family. He soon shocked them by bringing in even more members he had recruited across various realities to fight them.
- Speed Force Conduit: Speed force conduits possess a connection to the Speed Force, a cosmic force that allows its users to push the boundaries that keep time and space. As a conduit of the Speed Force, all aspects of their physiology are accelerated and enhanced.
- Accelerated Healing: By having a connection to the speed force, every speed force conduit has an incredibly fast healing factor and can heal from most injuries in seconds and devastating injuries in minutes.
- Enhanced Senses: The Speed Force enhances the speedster's senses, allowing them to perceive and process thoughts faster than the normal person.
- Phasing: Speed Force conduits can tap into the Speed Force to vibrate their molecules in a way to achieve intangibility for short bursts, allowing them to phase through objects.
- Speed Force Aura: The Speed Force manifests an aura around the speedster and whatever they are carrying, protecting them from adverse effects of their speed, such as friction with the air.
- Superhuman Stamina: The Speed Force grants its conduits with a great increase of stamina, allowing them to fight or run much longer than the average person. Although a great increase, it is not unlimited.
- Superhuman Speed: The universal factor of being a Speed Force conduit grants its user with imperceptible amounts of speed. All powers that conduits possess derives from their speed.. This also confers:
- Superhuman Agility: The speedster's agility, balance, and bodily coordination are enhanced to superhuman levels. This allows them to easily maneuver while moving at superhuman speed.
- Superhuman Reflexes: In conjunction with their enhanced senses, The speedster's reflexes are heightened immesurably, allowing them to dodge or react faster than normal.
- Vortex Creations: Speed Force conduits are able to create vortices of air by running in circles or rotating their extremities at super-speed. These vortices can be used for a number of effects.
- Jesse Chambers was created by Len Strazewski and Mike Parobeck, first appearing in Justice Society of America (Volume 2) #1. However, in the Prime Earth continuity, Jesse Chambers first appeared as part of the New 52 DC Universe in Supergirl: The Fastest Women Alive by Stuart Moore and Paco Diaz.
- Jesse's first appearance after Flashpoint, Supergirl: The Fastest Women Alive (2017), was a promotional comic that is not necessarily canon with Prime Earth. She made several small and conflicting appearances after that; her first appearance in a proper title was as a statue in The Flash (Volume 5) #26, then as a possible future Flash Family member in The Flash (Volume 5) #75, in a flashback in The Flash/Speed Buggy Special #1, and as Liberty Belle with the rest of the JSA in Doomsday Clock #12. Her proper intruduction as a character - as Jesse Quick again - was in The Flash #758.
- 12 Appearances of Jesse Chambers (Prime Earth)
- 4 Images featuring Jesse Chambers (Prime Earth)
- Quotations by or about Jesse Chambers (Prime Earth)
- Character Gallery: Jesse Chambers (Prime Earth)
- The Flash #759
- Doomsday Clock #12
- Flash: Flash Forward (Collection): Flash Forward – Epilogue
- Justice League (Volume 4) #39
- Dark Nights: Death Metal #1
- The Flash (Volume 5) #26
- The Flash #758-759
- The Flash #760
- Being a speed force conduit conveys some core powers as demonstrated by Barry Allen and Wally West.
- The Flash (Volume 5) #73
- The Flash (Volume 2) #1
- The Flash (Volume 2) #76
- The Flash (Volume 2) #63
- The Flash (Volume 2) #2
- The Flash (Volume 2) #74
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