"The Accelerated and the Infinitesimal": Flash and Atom fight a dinosaur in Central City, but Barry is unable to harm it with his punches. Atom then suggests letting him fight it, but Barry thinks his powers would be useless against it. Atom however states that he can control his weight, mass an
The Flash Giant (Volume 2) #3 is an issue of the series The Flash Giant (Volume 2) with a cover date of March, 2020. It was published on January 17, 2020.
- 1 Synopsis for "The Accelerated and the Infinitesimal"
- 2 Appearing in "The Accelerated and the Infinitesimal"
- 3 Synopsis for "The Pied Piper's Refrain"
- 4 Appearing in "The Pied Piper's Refrain"
- 5 Synopsis for "Gorilla Warfare, Part 3: Flash Forward"
- 6 Appearing in "Gorilla Warfare, Part 3: Flash Forward"
- 7 Synopsis for "Erasure"
- 8 Appearing in "Erasure"
- 9 Synopsis for "The Past is Another Country"
- 10 Appearing in "The Past is Another Country"
- 11 See Also
- 12 Recommended Reading
- 13 Links and References
Synopsis for "The Accelerated and the Infinitesimal"
Flash and Atom fight a dinosaur in Central City, but Barry is unable to harm it with his punches. Atom then suggests letting him fight it, but Barry thinks his powers would be useless against it. Atom however states that he can control his weight, mass and density to alter his strength, proceeding to knock the dinosaur out with a single hit. The two theorize that the unidentifiable dinosaur must be related to the T-Rex.
A couple of hours ago, Barry was visiting the Wahasapi zoo along with Iris West. He felt unsure about taking out Iris to a zoo as a date, but she stated she didn't need to impressed. The two however discover that the zoo is on fire and Iris runs away to cover it, allowing Barry to don his superhero disguise. Flash however suddenly finds himself amidst a stampede and ties up a cowboy after he tries to entangle him in his lasso.
A mystery voice suggests directing the stampeding cattle to the nearby lake and Barry forms a speed barrier to make them go there. This allows Barry to put out the fire in the zoo and the man who advised Flash enlarges himself, revealing that he's Ryan Choi who also goes under the alias Atom. Ryan states that Barry is his hero since he thinks he's a scientist too. Flash confirms it when Ryan asks if he really is one and gets hugged by him.
Chronos however shows up behind Flash and comments he's nauseated at the hug. Flash after threatening him gets a temporal migraine and Chronos states that the timeline has been messed up by him. Flash learns that the Reverse-Flash is willing to destroy everything and has become the dictator of the whole planet in the future after Shift didn't kill Barry. Chronos shows him the chronal rift which'll lead him to Thawne, but warns he won't be able to use it to return.
Ryan suggests accompanying Flash to the future, but the latter rejects and tells him to pass on a message to Iris. Back in the present, the duo has to take down warriors from different eras who have arrived through the chronal rift. Atom tries to talk Flash from going into the rift, but the latter has already made up his mind and travels through it.
Appearing in "The Accelerated and the Infinitesimal"
- The Flash (Flashback and main story)
- Chronos (Flashback only)
- Shift (Flashback only)
- Batman (Mentioned only)
- Central City Police Department (Mentioned only)
- Henry Allen (Mentioned only)
- Reverse-Flash (Mentioned only)
- Superman (Mentioned only)
- Wonder Woman (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "The Pied Piper's Refrain"
After Flash rescues a bunch of citizens from the chaos caused by rats, he states he knows who's behind it and tries to trace the Pied Piper's location at his CSI lab. The rats however chew out the power cords. He decides to question the Rogues imprisoned in Iron Heights, but no one is cooperative. Captain Cold however accidentally reveals Iron Heights is the only place he didn't infest.
After Barry finds Piper and tells him to stop, the latter uses his flute to attack him but Barry knocks him over by creating a vortex. Piper states that he's looking for a missing girl whose parents contacted him to find and Flash decides to help. Piper uses the rats to find her location after which Barry rescues her. Later, while remembering his father, Barry asks to meet up with Iris as he feels alone.
Appearing in "The Pied Piper's Refrain"
- Batman (Mentioned only)
- Central City Police Department (Mentioned only)
- Iris West (Mentioned only)
- Graciella Sava
Synopsis for "Gorilla Warfare, Part 3: Flash Forward"
This story is reprinted from The Flash (Volume 4) #15.
Patty Spivot has just witnessed the Flash nearly get skewered by Grodd, saved only by the quick actions of a time-travelling ape named Solovar. Further to her surprise, she can see in his battered state that Flash is one and the same with her boyfriend Barry Allen, whom she thought dead. Angrily, Patty turns on Grodd, but she is held back by Turbine.
Strangely, Grodd suddenly stops in his tracks, apparently needing his connection to the Speed Force strengthened somehow. Weakly, he wanders away, giving Patty the chance to see to Barry. After rolling Solovar's body to the side, she sees that Barry is wounded, but not fatally. With his dying breath, Solovar reminds Patty that she has to stay by Barry's side, regardless of the secret she has just learned about him.
Meanwhile, the Gorillas have been projecting an illusion of the Gem Cities as having been destroyed, in order to prevent intervention from the outside world. To power the illusion, though, they have needed to gather thousands of individuals at the Central City football stadium. The Rogues are working together to stop the gorillas from kidnapping anymore of their city's people, with intent to send their attackers to the Mirror World.
At Dr. Elias' lab, Grodd breaks in, seeking more Speed Force Energy.
Barry's unconscious body, meanwhile, has been taken to the home of his friend Manuel Lago's mother Malaya to recover. Patty has stayed with him the whole time, resting her head on his chest, and speaking to him in hushed tones. Darryl Frye visits to say goodbye to Barry before arranging a strike force of any police available to face the gorillas down. He begs Barry to wake up and give him a hand. Turbine promises his own help, in Barry's stead.
Barry, meanwhile, travels an unfamiliar dreamspace, realizing that he is not dreaming, but rather using his ability to think at super-speed to flash forward, and anticipate the possible outcome of every choice he could make in facing Grodd. After playing out each scenario where he fights Grodd, he realizes that each one ends with Patty being killed or injured. Waking suddenly, Barry realizes that he cares too much about Patty to let that happen, and must give himself up to Grodd freely. It is the only way.
Appearing in "Gorilla Warfare, Part 3: Flash Forward"
- Patty Spivot
- Darryl Frye
- Solovar (Apparent Death)
- Central City
- Broome Hill
Synopsis for "Erasure"
This story is reprinted from Green Arrow (Volume 6) #2.
Green Arrow is betrayed, broken and left for dead. He wakes up in a world where the once-wealthy Oliver Queen has no resources and only the faintest clue what's happened to him. Meanwhile, in a distant land, an old ally begins a quest to help the Emerald Archer in his darkest hour.
Appearing in "Erasure"
- John Diggle
- Mr. Kanoot (Only appearance; dies)
- Wendy Poole (Mentioned only) (Dies)
- Batgirl (Mentioned only)
- United Arab Emirates
- Abu Dhabi
- United States of America
- The Inferno
Synopsis for "The Past is Another Country"
This story is reprinted from Blue Beetle (Volume 7) #3.
Morning: After he beats the crap out of two guys that attempted an armed robbery at the Sunco station. The heavily tattooed man got a friend in the area an after he bought a beer he drivers of on his motorcycle.
Jaime is still busy explaining his one year absence to his family he goes even so far as to fire his armor in front of them. The gross display has not the wanted display as his little sister Milagro runs outside in horror. His mother lashes out verbally to her son believing him to be an impostor. As she runs after her daughter, Jaime has a talk with his father. He explains they thought he was dead and that his wife needs sometime to get that anger out of her system. He ignores Jaime's question why he walks with a cane and tells him he will call when it is time to get home.
Once outside Jaime starts experimenting with the armor and discovers it is able to make cloths and locate everyone he met after the scarab got into him. He locates Paco who is accompanied by Damper at the border and are attacked by La Dama's thugs. The thugs pose no problem for Jaime who has more trouble keeping the scarab from killing. He grabs Paco and flies him to Mexico and has more luck explaining his absence to his friend than it was to his family.
Paco tells Jaime that after he left, Brenda was hit so hard by her father she almost died and was send to the hospital and that a week later her father died in a Dui. She lives now with her aunt.
Brenda herself can't believe her eyes when Jaime returns and stomps him in the stomach and hugs him.
In the shadow La Dama requests that staff treats Brenda's friends well
Appearing in "The Past is Another Country"
- The Flash Recommended Reading
- Green Arrow Recommended Reading
- More Fun Comics (Volume 1): More Fun Comics #73–107
- Adventure Comics (Volume 1): Adventure Comics #246–269
- World's Finest (Volume 1)
- Action Comics (Volume 1)
- Detective Comics (Volume 1): Detective Comics #521–567
- Green Lantern (Volume 2): Green Lantern (Volume 2) #76–124
- The Flash (Volume 1): The Flash #217–219
- Green Arrow (Volume 1)
- Green Arrow (Volume 2)
- Green Arrow (Volume 3)
- Green Arrow (Volume 4)
- Green Arrow (Volume 5)
- Green Arrow (Volume 6)
- Green Arrow and Black Canary (Volume 1)
- Green Arrow: The Wonder Year (Volume 1)
- Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters (Volume 1)
- Green Arrow: Year One (Volume 1)
- Connor Hawke: Dragon's Blood (Volume 1)
- Black Canary (Volume 1)
- Black Canary (Volume 2)
- Black Canary (Volume 3)
- Blue Beetle Recommended Reading
- All Top Comics (Volume 1)
- Blue Beetle (Volume 1)
- Blue Beetle (Volume 2)
- Blue Beetle (Volume 3)
- Blue Beetle (Volume 4)
- Blue Beetle (Volume 5)
- Blue Beetle (Volume 6)
- Blue Beetle (Volume 7)
- Blue Beetle (Volume 8)
- Blue Beetle (Volume 9)
- Justice League America (Volume 1)
- Justice League Europe (Volume 1)
- Justice League International (Volume 1)