K Is For Kid Flash
Young Wally West did not know that his aunt’s husband Barry Allen was secretly the superhero known as "The Flash." An accident in Allen’s laboratory gave Wally the power of super-speed, and he became the sidekick known as "Kid Flash."
This 6 1/4 inch figure was produced by DC Direct in 2000.
This image is straight out of the camera: no tweaking, no color processing, no cropping, no nothing.
Part of my Letter Of The Law series.
Submitted to the Flickr group 7 Days of Shooting.
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This photo was taken in my kitchen using some pretty simple Gear. You might be surprised to discover how low-tech my "photography studio" really is.
This photo was posted to Flickr on 10 June 2010. The last time I checked, it had 7,793 views on Flickr.
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The Flash is the name given to several superheroes in comic books published by DC Comics. Jay Garrick, the first Flash, was created by Gardner Fox and Harry Lampert and premiered in Flash Comics #1 (1940). Each Flash has the benefits of super-speed in some form, including the ability to run very fast and extraordinarily quick reflexes. Although the role has been filled by many people the four most notable include Jay Garrick, Barry Allen, Wally West, and Bart Allen. The Flash costumes have varied but generally feature a lightning bolt on a field of red. Throughout their history Flashes have often been members of the various incarnations of the Justice Society and Justice League with fellow superheroes such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and others. The Flash has appeared in numerous TV series, including The Flash (1990) and Young Justice (2010).
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