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THE FASTEST MAN ALIVE
FLASH THE MOVIES
by Renaud Bédard




"Jay Garrick is never late"

Right up front in the beginning of any Flash movies, if anyone has any respect for anything, those words should always appear, based on Gardner Fox & Harry Lampert, and the names of those original creators that started it all should be honored always, along with additional notable contributors over the years, and no matter what, the very first Flash movie should very much be about the first original Flash Jay Garrick, first published in Flash Comics number 1, 1940

The first film could start in the past with the original Flash Jay Garrick in action, going against a group of super villains with some bizarre mind control power, and that first chapter would end with the mysterious disappearance of the hero. And suddenly after a bright flash of light, we would find ourselves decades later in the modern age with the story of Barry Allen, a young man in admiration of The Flash, what he thinks is only an old golden age comic book legend. After getting struck by lightning in his police laboratory he would find himself with the same superpower speed abilities as his favorite hero, and take on the same name, also getting known as the Scarlet Speedster. And one day, while running at hyper speeds, Barry would produce vibrations at certain frequencies, where he would be attracted by a sound he never heard before, and discover, as in Stolen Thunder, in The Life Story Of The Flash, across the bridge from his hometown Central City a cloaked city named Keystone City, with all its citizens frozen in time under the hypnotic continuous soundwaves produced by those legendary villains known as the Thinker, the Fiddler and the Shade, vibrating the whole city out of real space... And suddenly, like a giant from the past, still very much in his prime, the legendary Jay Garrick would immerge from nowhere, slowing down back to normal speed for everyone to see

- FLASH AT THE SPEED OF GOD
S -

What if Jay Garrick really was the descendant of the god Mercury himself, the messenger of the gods, unaware of his true nature and living amongst men, with the laboratory incident years ago that only restored his full superhuman speed ability potential, and turned him into the original Flash; and only decades later, during a death situation that would sure have been more than enough to kill an ordinary human being, but somehow Jay Garrick surviving it, would everything finally be revealed to him, the truth about his ancestry and the source of his god-like power

- UPDATING THE ORIGINAL FLASH -

The original first Flash Jay Garrick created in 1940 could easily have his costume updated a little to better fit in the modern age. Jay Garrick could also be able to accumulate static energy caused by friction with the air while running at hyper speeds, and use it against his enemies; and while running so fast at extreme speeds, and with all that static energy surrounding him at high velocity, Jay Garrick could temporary trigger the opening of portals to other places and dimensions in time and alternative realities, where he could meet different versions of himself and of the Flash, in very different worlds

- MY BARRY ALLEN THEORY -

What if Barry Allen had never really died to begin with, but instead he was transformed into pure energy, leaving behind only his superhero costume where some Kid Flash found it; and Barry could still exist today, trap in the form of energy in some suspended reality, and he could return not having aged a single second since his disappearance years ago. With the help of other speedsters, Barry Allen could make his return, but in the end, only Jay Garrick the original Flash could cross beyond realities and somehow manager to bring him back, as the Scarlet Speedster once did it for him

- JAY  SUPERMAN  BARRY -

A discussion between Jay Garrick, Superman, and Barry Allen, could have the man of steel asking the original Flash to join his Justice League team, but Jay would politely decline the invitation by respect for his own Justice Society team, but at the same time he would recommend this new guy Barry Allen. Not too sure and with Superman expressing serious doubts, Barry Allen overhearing the conversation would ask the big men of steel if he would dare for a little race :-)