"Full Throttle: Running out of Time": After revealing himself to be the Flash to the two detectives interrogating him, Bart Allen races from the police station and to the Getty Center, which had been overtaken by
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Appearing in "Full Throttle: Running out of Time"
- The Rogues
- Black Flash
Synopsis for "Full Throttle: Running out of Time"
After revealing himself to be the Flash to the two detectives interrogating him, Bart Allen races from the police station and to the Getty Center, which had been overtaken by Rogues. En route, he spots someone else tagging along.
The Rogues have surrounded the Getty Center in a forcefield and await the arrival of the Flash. Bart is unable to vibrate through the field, so instead he goes underground, through the bedrock.
Inertia explains to Kadabra his true intentions, that he had only used the Rogues as bait for the Flash. Bart bursts in and attacks his clone. The rest of the Rogues arrive and they battle.
Iris and Val teleport to the Getty Center, and Iris asks Val, with her knowledge of the Speed Force to find a way to turn off Inertia's machine. However, it has already been activated.
The Speed Force leaves Bart's body and he sees the Black Flash, who always heralds the imminent death of a speedster. Val explains that the machine, which was designed to transfer the Speed Force from Bart to Inertia, will explode with the power of ten atomic bombs.
- This book was first published on May 16, 2007.
- This issue is reprinted in The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive: Full Throttle.
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