PG-13 | Video | | Animation, Action, Adventure
The Flash finds himself in a war torn alternate timeline and teams up with alternate versions of his fellow heroes to return home and restore the timeline.
In the comics, after Flash undoes the alteration to the timeline he encounters Pandora who guided him in reshaping the timeline. This reshaping led to the DC Comics reboot known as the New 52. Although the sequence is omitted from the film both ... ...
I like your style, Batman. A pity we never teamed up when the world still existed.
Batman: Batman and Grifter, the boy idiot.
Young Barry discovers the murder scene of his mother and stands in shock in the doorway. The light fades showing the transition from day to night and there are forensic scientists around the scene and cops analyzing it and asking people questions. Barry is still shown there at the door watching as his mother is put into a body bag. The police would not have kept him there to see that and would have taken him away to be questioned as soon as the place became a crime scene. Barry would most likely have been the one to call the police about the murder, meaning he would have had to return to that spot, so the police would have taken him away. And even if someone else called and Barry stayed in that exact same spot, trauma councilors would have been called to come and take him away for counseling. Either way, Barry would not have still been at the scene at this time.
SPOILER: After the end of the credits, a Boom Tube opens and a horde of Parademons comes out foreshadowing Justice League: War.
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