A couple of days prior IGN.com distributed an article in which they reported that DC Comics at long last uncovered who is quicker – Superman or The Flash.
The entire “Superman versus The Flash” idea has been around for a considerable length of time, with the two superheroes hustling against each other in comic books, kid’s shows, and even the ongoing “Equity League” motion picture.
Be that as it may, inside the pages of the ongoing “The Flash #49”, the penultimate part of the “Glimmer War” story (as clarified by IGN.com), Wally West has been persuaded by Zoom that his youngsters (as far as anyone knows wiped out of presence on account of the New 52 reboot) are caught inside the Speed Force. He needs to utilize his speed to demolish the Speed Force itself and free them, while Barry Allen would want to utilize less extraordinary measures.
“As the two speedsters race over the globe in this issue, various catastrophic events jump up afterward. The Justice League are compelled to intercede, with Superman doing his best to make up for lost time to the two speedsters. Be that as it may, even he’s compelled to acknowledge that he’s simply not sufficiently quick to surpass a Flash.”
Thus, no doubt Superman can’t keep running as quick as either Barry Allen or Wally West. Be that as it may, that is not where things end…
The ongoing second issue of the “DC Nation” production (which is accessible for 25c in print or as a free advanced download), likewise distributed by DC Comics, has an intriguing addendum to this level headed discussion…
Josh Williamson, the essayist of the “Glimmer War” story, helped set up together a “The Great Race” speed diagram demonstrating the main 10 quickest DC Comics characters. While Wally West prevails over Barry Allen at the highest priority on the rundown, with Superman rating at number four behind the Reverse-Flash, Williamson makes an intriguing confirmation…
While he stipulates that while on the ground Superman can’t coordinate the rates of these speedsters, he states that “The Man of Steel is unmatched when flying noticeable all around, ready to arrive and spare the day in a matter of seconds.”
So, while DC Comics may have cleared up the concept that The Flash (either Wally or Barry) is faster than Superman in a running race, Superman is faster than them both when using all of his abilities.