Flash Secretly Sabotaging Villains Resolves a Long-Running DC Plot Hole

Seeing how Flash keeps coming up with new attempts to build a Hall of Doom, he assumes whoever keeps making them has deep pockets (and he’d be right.) Just like in the old Hanna-Barbera cartoon, Lex Luthor is the current leader of the Legion of Doom. However, the current team is smaller but no less lethal, consisting of Sinestro, Cheetah, Black Manta, and Gorilla Grodd. While they may be an active team, fans now know why they are rarely seen reuniting in their own headquarters.

While Wally West’s sabotage campaign is truly comical, it’s also a work of genius. By constantly sabotaging the Hall of Doom, Luthor must keep investing money to get it off the ground. Presumably, that means he has fewer millions to use for other sinister goals and plans with the Legion of Doom or otherwise. This reveal ties in perfectly with Flash sometimes dealing with other heroes’ villains at high speed while patrolling the planet, making it clear that he’s not getting the credit he deserves for everything. work he does to protect the planet. Either way, it’s definitely one of the best parts of Flash’s patrol around the world, and one that Kid Flash has also agreed to help in the future.

Lightning #781 is available now from DC Comics.


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Seeing as how Flash keeps finding new attempts to build a Hall of Doom, he assumes that whoever keeps making them has deep pockets (and he’d be right.) Just like in the old Hanna-Barbera cartoon, Lex Luthor is the current leader of the Legion of Doom. However, the present-day team is smaller but no less deadly, consisting of Sinestro, Cheetah, Black Manta, and Gorilla Grodd. While they may be an active team, fans now know why they’re rarely actually seen meeting in their own headquarters.
While Wally West’s sabotage campaign is truly comical, it’s also a work of genius. By constantly sabotaging the Hall of Doom, Luthor has to keep putting money into getting it off the ground. Presumedly, that means he’s got fewer millions to use for other sinister goals and plans with the Legion of Doom or otherwise. This revelation pairs perfectly with the fact that Flash sometimes takes care of other heroes’ villains at superspeed while patrolling the planet, making it clear he doesn’t get the credit he deserves for all the actual work he does to protect the planet. At any rate, it’s definitely one of the best parts of Flash’s patrol across the globe, and one that Kid Flash has agreed to help with as well going forward.

Flash #781 is available now from DC Comics.

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