The Flash Catches Bank Robbers After High Speed Chase
Running as fast as an Indy racer, yet using only fraction of his ability, The Flash easily overtook a getaway car speeding from a bank robbery. The Flash’s top speed has been clocked at 705 m.p.h. An aura of unknown energy protects him from the air friction of moving at such high speed. No longer keeping his double identity a secret, Wally West said that he gained his powers from a freak accident with a series of chemicals. As The Flash, he uses his incredible speed inn the fight against evil.
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4.00 stars from Magneto55
It's easy to deem the DC Superheroes toy line from Toybiz as a Kenner Super Powers knock-off series; however, I thought short-run of the series by Toybiz was just fine. What I liked best about this Flash figure, is the fact that he's more bulkier and taller than the Flash ( Barry Allen version) released in the Super Powers line. The 'running movement' feature is pretty interesting. The feature itself is unique because it was the first time that a action figure had a 'wind up' mechanism inside it. The costume matches Wally West's alter-ego dead-on. Overall, it's a shame that the DC Superheroes line was scrapped, but The Flash is definitely one of the better figures in the line. View Review
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