Batman Character Guide [INTERACTIVE]
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- According to legends, the warrior Gilgamesh used a gold mask to imprison a powerful demon, or what we might consider today as an ancient psychic meta-human. But with the centuries, the mask has popped up all over the world: the Yoruba Tribe in Africa, 17th-century pirates, all the way up to Hayden. Now, the story goes, if you wear the mask, it doesn't just give you powers. It feeds off of your mind, leaving you insane and leaving the mask in search of a new wearer. A psychic parasite moving from host to host, and now it found a brain that's capable of speed thinking.
Synopsis for "Masquerade"
Appearing in "Masquerade"
- Cecile Horton (Flashback and main story) (Also in a vision) (Possessed)
- The Flash (Barry Allen) (Also in a vision)
- Sue Dearbon
- Team Flash
- Medusa Mask entity (Single appearance)
- Cisco's Who's Who? Binder villains
- Gilgamesh (Single appearance) (In a photograph only) (On a TV or computer screen)
- Golden Mask Pirate (Single appearance) (In a photograph only) (On a TV or computer screen)
- King Satvir Panchhi (Single appearance) (In a photograph only) (On a TV or computer screen)
- A.R.G.U.S. (Mentioned only)
- Cisco Ramon (Mentioned only)
- Central City Police Department (Mentioned only)
- Cecile Horton's aunt (Mentioned only)
- Cecile Horton's mother (Deceased) (Mentioned only)
- Demons (Mentioned only)
- Erik Frye (Mentioned only)
- Gorilla Grodd (Mentioned only)
- Jenna West (Mentioned only)
- Kristen Kramer (Mentioned only)
- Ralph Dibny (Mentioned only)
- Psych (Bashir Malik) (Mentioned only)
- The Thinker (Clifford DeVoe) (Mentioned only)
- United States Army (Mentioned only)
- Dominic Toretto (Mentioned only)
- Yoruba Tribe (Mentioned only)
- Sage Force (Flashback only)
- Speed Force
- It is revealed that the Medusa Mask is the prison of an unknown entity who has been jumping from an host to another, including the supervillain Roger Hayden aka Psycho Pirate, since the ancient times.
- As another effect of the Crisis, Erik Frye is still a metahuman on Earth-Prime while his Pre-Crisis counterpart had his powers stolen by Matthew Kim and gifted to Jaco Birch.
- As Birch is still referred to as The Hotness, it is presumed that he obtained his pyrokinetic abilities in a different way in the Post-Crisis reality.
- There are a few references to past events:
- 1 Images from The Flash (2014 TV Series) Episode: Masquerade
- Episodes of The Flash (2014 TV Series)
- Images from The Flash (2014 TV Series)
- Gallery for the The Flash (2014 TV Series) series
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