Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: The Flash (2018) Movie Script

Half man, half machine...
All awesome.
I'm like a ninja meets an acrobat.
I'm a Ninja-Bat!
Maybe I'm in the bat family.
Dreams do come true.
I am so...
Couldn't let me have it, could you?
And your tour of the Hall of Justice
concludes here
in our specially designed
state-of-the-art training facility.
Atom, meet Cyborg.
Cyber mechanical specialist
and the League's little ray of sunshine.
- Hey, Atom.
- Bark.
Ah, Canis lupus familiaris.
It's a common hypothesis
that dog is man's best friend.
But, uh... Not mine.
Whoa, cool!
Oh, the Atom.
I see what you did there
with your name and the shrinking down
all tiny and stuff.
Relax, Atom, this is Ace the Bat-Hound.
He's just evaluating you.
Well, in my scientific evaluation,
Ace is very intimidating.
Tell me about it.
- Bark.
Lesson One with animals,
never show weakness.
Man, I think I need an oil change.
Batman, I didn't know you had a...
A Super-Pet.
Ace the Bat-Hound is more than a pet.
He's the best sidekick
a caped crusader could ever have.
What about Robin?
Aren't you the best sidekick ever?
Yes, you are. Yes, you are.
I want a bat belly rub.
So, Atom,
now that you've seen
the Hall of Justice...
What do you think?
Would you like to become
a member of the Justice League?
Hold your diminutive answer. Follow me.
Come on, Plas, it's the Trouble Alert.
But I'm starving. I need a pick-me-up.
How's this for a pick-me-up?
One order of fast food
to give you a boost.
Huh, what? Hey!
Way to be a team motivator, Firestorm.
Let's see who needs our help today.
This is Lois Lane with breaking news.
Gotham City's clown prince of crime,
the Joker, has invaded our beloved city.
- Ah.
Sunny Metropolis.
The perfect getaway
from Gotham's Dark Knight.
Nothing like a little vacation
to put the pep back in my step.
Oh, my, the Joker is gassing the city!
Who can stop this villainous jester?
Help us! Justice League! Superman!
Save us!
Great Scott!
- Lois is in trouble!
- ALL: Again.
All right, team, gear up and let's go.
Atom, this is your chance
to join the Justice League in action.
- Are you ready?
- I...
No pressure.
We know you're new at being a superhero.
If you want you can stay here
and hang out with Ace and Krypto.
Another Super-Pet?
Yeah, I'll take the clown
over the canines.
- The sooner the better. Gah!
the Daily Planet news building.
Hmm, the visitor's guide calls it
"The Jewel of the Metropolis Skyline."
Kind of boring.
Let's renovate!
SUPERMAN: The nerve of that clown.
He's tromping all over
the jewel of the Metropolis skyline.
And he's jaywalking.
Let's take him down.
The welcoming committee? For me?
Good thing I brought pastry.
- Ooh, is that coconut cream?
- Lemon meringue.
With a bang.
- Brace for impact!
What a beautiful,
perfectly safe day at the park.
BOY: Mommy!
I should've taken my jet.
I'm holding it together.
I'm holding it together!
Oh, this is embarrassing.
It's not that funny.
A little consideration here.
Lois. Cyborg.
Try to stay calm!
I can still hear you.
Is this normally how it goes?
Yeah, but usually
with a little less laughter.
That laughter is dangerous.
You gotta help these people
before they laugh themselves to death.
And stop the Joker
before he endangers anyone else.
Then let's divide and conquer.
Yup, we'll have this mess
cleaned up in a flash.
Speaking of, where is the Flash?
I sent out the Justice Alert
minutes ago.
Priority one.
Barry knows how I feel about tardiness.
Come on, Barry. Get up.
Man... One.
And 2,000.
Okay. I'm up. Shower time!
I have got to remember to wait for
the water to warm up before jumping in.
All right, Central City,
let's get this party started.
Hey, hey, hey, you hit my car!
- Who's gonna take care of this?
- Me? You hit me.
MAN: I'm gonna sue you
for every brick you've got.
- Thanks, Flash!
- That guy's Flash.
FLASH: Hidey ho, birdies.
Watch your step.
Good morning, 252 and hello, hot dog!
- No school!
- No school!
No school!
- Thanks, Flash.
- CHILDREN: (WEAKLY) Thanks, Flash.
MAN: Thanks, Flash.
WOMAN: Thanks, Flash.
MAN 2: Thanks, Flash.
MAN 3: Thanks, Flash.
(GRUNTS) Phew.
Thanks, Flash.
Five minutes out of bed
and look at all the good I've done.
Time to get to Metropolis
to meet up with the Justice--
Oh, I know that grumble, and it's saying
"Donuts now!"
And where are the best donuts?
Gotham City!
All the victims are safely evacuated.
Plastic Man, were you infected
by Joker's gas?
No. It's all this laughing.
It's hilarious!
Help me.
Plas, get serious!
We have to find a cure
for these civilians.
I wonder if I can alter
the molecular structure of Joker's gas
to create a cure.
- How?
- Wait here.
Hypothesis. At this size
I should be able to find
trace elements of Joker's gas
still wafting around the area.
A Joker gas molecule.
There's nothing funny about this.
Now for a little experiment.
SUPERMAN: There he is.
I've got this clown.
Never underestimate
the Joker, Firestorm.
I'll fly around behind him
and then we'll take him by...
- Huh?
Not cool, man.
Batman will never let me live this down.
Balloons always bring
a smile to my face.
You've got to be faster than that
to sneak up on the Joker.
Where is Flash?
- It's the Flash.
- Best donuts ever.
Saved the donut.
CAPTAIN COLD: But who's gonna save you?
FLASH: Captain Cold?
The only frosting I'm interested in
today is on this donut.
Give up now and we'll chalk it up
to hysteria over global warming.
Instead let's chalk it up
to global freezing!
Global freezing?
That doesn't even make sense.
Come on, Cold,
you got better material than that.
How about
chances of that are below zero?
Never mind.
I can see my puns leave you "cold".
(LAUGHS) Cold.
He's all yours, officer.
Now it's off to Metropolis.
Thanks, Flash. Hey, you know
what goes good with those donuts?
You ever been to that
Lampert's Milkshakes in Star City?
Ready? Aim...
These robo clowns are quick.
Whenever I visit the city
I just love to take in a good show.
Then you're gonna love my performance
as a helicopter.
Well done, Plas.
Bravo! Wonderful performances.
I laughed, I cried.
My robo clowns died.
Photo for your biggest fan?
- Say cheese.
- Plas, no!
- Ugh!
- Oh!
That was the oldest trick in the book,
wasn't it?
You are so gonna get it later.
I love it when they fall
for the classics.
Oh, Plastic Man.
Always clever but never too quick.
I mean, really, wow!
Batman is gonna be so mad.
He hates tardiness.
Ooh, a chase scene. I love chase scenes.
Captain Boomerang.
You know, you're the second captain
wearing blue that I've run into today.
You guys have a club or something?
Yeah. It's the let's-destroy-Flash club.
And another! And another!
And another!
- Hah. Missed me.
- Oh, did I?
- Yeah, you did.
- Crikey.
Well, that puts the boom in boomerang.
- Huh?
No! I missed the Trouble Alert.
My bad. Had it on vibrate.
Batman's gonna be so mad.
(SLURPS) Blimey, good shake.
Attention Metropolis Board of Tourism,
I'm bored with your tourism.
Where's the whimsy? Where's the fun?
Well, I'm gonna give it to ya
with my fun cannon.
At last, my greatest foe plays
his final card.
And it's up to me alone to stop him.
This could be our endgame.
The last battle in a long...
Impressive. His weapon
charged so quickly.
He's going for the trigger. No time.
Have to strike now. Go!
JOKER: Batsy.
How I've missed you in Gotham City.
You're always off to play
with your Super Friends now.
So I came all the way to Metropolis
to join the fun.
Fun's over, Joker. I foiled your plan.
You thought your batarang
defeated my fun cannon?
Wait. Then what's that button for?
This button?
It turns on the air conditioner.
This button fires my fun cannon!
Too slow, Batsy.
This does not look good.
You're right.
It looks hilarious!
Thank you, thank you.
I'll be here all week.
In fact, I think I'll stay here forever!
Now, if I just add this atom
onto this molecule,
it should make the gas inert.
Eureka! I've discovered the cure.
Now, to synthesize a vaccine.
I said...
(WEAKLY) Ta-da.
Well... My work is done here.
- Sorry I'm late.
- WOMAN: He took down the Joker!
- Thank you.
- Flash is the best.
FLASH: Thank you. Thank you!
It's all in a day's work.
Whoa! What happened to you?
This is what happens when you're late.
I know. I am so sorry.
I had my League Alert on vibrate
and then a really busy morning
with Captain Cold and Captain Boomerang,
but hey, the Joker is captured
and everyone seems no worse for wear.
- Well, mostly.
- And the Daily Planet?
What? Pfft.
Extreme building makeover
in three, two, one!
FLASH: Ta-da!
- Hooray!
- Flash is the best!
Super speed fixes everything
just like new.
You want me to fix you up, too, Batman?
Not everything can be fixed with speed.
Flash, what Batman is trying to say
is that we're your friends.
That's not what I said.
And we want you to be
the best hero you can be.
Sometimes that means slowing down.
Being aware of your surroundings.
- And always having a plan.
Slow down, surroundings and plan.
Got it.
- Hashtag proactive.
Updating my Hero hotline, Herogram,
iHero, HeroTopia,
and MyHero
with my take down of the Joker.
Oh, thank you, Justice League.
- We don't know what we'd do without you.
- Well--
Hi, there.
As long as I'm the fastest man alive
you'll never have to worry about it.
But you aren't the fastest man alive.
You're a fraud.
Just like
the rest of the Justice League.
Something the world will see
soon enough.
- Who was that?
- No clue.
But I'm gonna find out.
Flash, wait!
This guy is seriously fast.
Are you wearing iron boots?
I knew you would be slow,
but I didn't know you'd be this slow.
No way you're beating me.
- Huh? Whoa!
That's new.
Where am I?
REVERSE-FLASH: Don't worry.
You'll see it again soon.
Dj vu.
You'd think I'd learn by now.
Oh, yeah. It's go time.
MAN: That ain't my fault,
look at my car.
Guys, we did this yesterday.
You really got to watch
where you're going.
BOTH: Thanks, Flash?
- No school.
- No school.
No school. This is--
Two blowouts in a row?
Listen, here's the card for a tire shop
I know across town.
They'll give you a great deal
on new tires if you mention my name.
See ya.
- Uh, thanks, Flash?
- CHILDREN: (WEAKLY) Thanks, Flash.
(GRUNTS) Phew.
You know, I like this one even better
than the one we put up yesterday.
Thanks, Flash.
Triple dj vu.
- Oh, hungry.
You know what'd make
my tummy feel better?
Another round of donuts at Fox's.
And this time I won't have to worry
about Captain Cold
interrupting my chow time.
It's the Flash!
Best donut ev--
Seriously? There is no way
this is happening again.
Chalk it up to global freezing!
- Now you're just repeating yourself!
- No, I'm not.
Yeah, you said
the same thing to me yesterday.
Yesterday I was at home
planning this heist.
It looks like you might be suffering
from some brain freeze!
I don't even have a come back for this.
This is just too weird.
Okay, one more time. Take this,
put that there and you come over here
and I step out of the way.
He's all yours, officers.
This time, try to keep him in prison,
would you?
Hey, Flash. You know what goes good
with those donuts?
Lampert's Milkshakes in Star City?
Oh, you've been there?
Yeah, pretty sure.
That's the same car.
Something seriously strange is going on.
I have got to get to Metropolis.
Hold this for me.
Thanks, Flash.
What a day.
BATMAN: Fun's over.
- I foiled your plan.
- What?
Oh, you thought your batarang
defeated my fun cannon?
Wait. Then what's that button for?
This button?
It turns on the air conditioner.
This button fires my fun cannon.
Looking for this?
- (THUD)
- Yow. That looked painful.
You're late.
I was hoping for a "Thanks, Flash."
Vacation's over
and I didn't even get a tan.
Oh, man, guys,
I have had the weirdest day.
It's like everything I did yesterday
is repeating itself.
Except right now,
because when I got here yesterday
the Daily Planet had been jokerfied
and Batman was dressed like a clown.
Highly unlikely.
Flash, your tardiness today
endangered the city and the League.
- You need to--
- Slow down,
be aware of my surroundings
and have a plan.
Wait a minute.
- Have I--
- Given the speech before?
Yes. Yesterday. Which feels like--
You! You did this.
I'm not sure what you did,
but I know it's your fault.
- Who was that?
- No clue.
But I'm gonna find out.
Flash, wait!
Still not fast enough.
You are not getting away this time.
You can't catch me.
Maybe you'll have better luck yesterday.
Oh, man. My dj vu's having dj vu.
Thanks, Flash.
Thanks, Flash.
- Thanks, Flash.
- What a day.
FIRESTORM: It's the Trouble Alert.
Let's see who needs our help today.
This is Lois Lane with breaking news.
Gotham City's clown prince of crime,
the Joker,
was invading our beloved city,
but he suddenly vanished.
Is your Trouble Alert
always this not troubling?
Look, I stopped the Joker, but listen,
I've got an even bigger problem.
Great Scott, you're right!
Your pants.
- They're gone!
Looks like you ran out of pants.
So, is Flash actually in the League
or just like an honorary member?
Well, that explains the draft.
Listen, I was in a hurry and--
They'll never believe you, Flash.
This will be our little secret.
- Who's that?
- Get back here!
Flash, wait.
Still not fast enough.
Try harder next time.
That's it! This is the last time.
Flash, wait.
Flash, wait.
Flash, wait.
Aren't you the best sidekick ever?
Yes, you are. Yes, you are.
Aw, I want a bat belly rub.
Batman! (PANTING)
Listen, don't worry.
I took care of Captain Cold,
Captain Boomerang and the Joker.
Thank you?
And I only have a few minutes
before it starts all over again.
Before what starts all over again?
BATMAN: Referencing events
yet to happen,
an agitated emotional state...
Time loop.
Yes, that's it!
- Impossible.
- This isn't our first tango with time.
Happens a lot
in the super hero business.
I keep living the same day
over and over again.
I feel like I've hit a dead end.
Fun fact.
At the sub-atomic level dead ends
aren't really dead ends at all.
There is always space
between the molecules
that allow atoms
to move between them and...
And you don't care.
So, Batman, what should I do?
Hmm. It's theoretically possible
to break out of a time loop,
but frankly,
I don't think you're fast enough.
Not fast enough?
I thought you'd have the answer, Batman.
I was wrong.
Nice reverse psychology, Batman.
That's just what he needed to hear.
Now where is he going?
Not where.
You still can't seem to catch me.
Why won't it fly, Dad?
There needs to be a wind.
This is amazing!
Just a little faster, Flash.
Not today or again or... Whatever!
Everything is going perfectly to plan.
Well, at least I'm not in bed again.
But, where am I?
We hate you, Flash.
You're horrible. You're awful.
What a phenomenal disappointment!
What was that about?
Everyone loves the Flash.
At least they used to.
Okay, this is crazy.
I need to get back to the League.
That's weird.
Let's try that again.
My powers. They're gone.
I've got to get to the Hall!
Oh, man.
I can see why people hate to run.
Maybe Cyborg can fix my...
Hey, guys. Why the mean faces?
You starched my cape.
You switched my shampoo
with fire extinguishing cream!
You painted my invisible jet!
Now it's just... Just visible.
You replaced my arm with an egg beater!
Sure, the eggs are amazing, but still.
And you decided it would be fun
to mix up the pouches
on my utility belt.
What? No, no, no,
I didn't do any of those things.
You don't understand!
There is this blurry guy
and we started running and--
We don't wanna hear it, Flash.
You've pulled at least 52 pranks
on the Justice League
in the five days since I've joined.
Five days? You just joined this morning.
I'm out of here.
Atom's right.
Flash, your pranks require punishment.
You're fired.
No power. No League.
What do I do now?
Fade into obscurity, I hope.
That's my costume.
Is it? I hadn't noticed.
You... The pranks, the time loop,
it was all you.
You messed with the wrong hero,
yellow blurred guy.
- Ah, ah, ah.
- Grr.
Don't blame me for the time loop, Barry.
You were the fool that had to prove
you were the fastest man alive.
But, you didn't know
about the Speed Force, did you?
A force that runs through
all of space and time.
Every time you chased me
into the speed way
I led you backwards in time
to relive the same day over and over.
And while you were stuck
in your time loop
I turned everyone against you
and I tricked you into severing
your Speed Force power.
But why? What did I ever do to you?
What did you... (GRUNTS)
What didn't you do?
The Flash,
according to future history books,
the world's favorite hero.
So funny, so perfect,
so fast.
But I'm faster.
Yet nobody will recognize my greatness
while I live in your shadow.
That is why I, Reverse-Flash,
have traveled back in time
to ruin you.
So, you're from the future
and you call yourself Reverse-Flash?
Really? I mean,
do you run backwards or something?
- No.
- Are you super slow?
No! I'm just the reverse of you.
You're good and I'm bad.
Then wouldn't you be called "Evil Flash"
or "Bad Flash"?
I'm just Reverse-Flash, okay?
That's enough of that.
Please, Barry, you know how it is.
Me fast,
you slow.
Now that you've been beaten,
it's time for the world
to know who is truly
the greatest speedster of all time.
My friends in the Justice League
will stop you.
Your friends?
You mean the people
that just kicked you out of their club?
Well, I'll tell ya what, Barry,
since you care for them so much
I'm going to take care of them next.
Looks like Flash was telling the truth.
This Reverse-Flash character
kept him in a time loop
while he ruined his reputation.
That rotten rascal!
I broke 'em.
Don't worry, Flash.
Once I am large
we'll inform the Justice League together
- and stop this fast-paced villain.
Hmm? This isn't good.
This isn't good at all.
My white dwarf shrinking belt
must have shorted out
when those shackles stunned Flash.
Along with my communication systems.
Flash! Can you hear me?
- Flash! Flash, over here, Flash!
- Great.
What will I do now?
I'm powerless.
My friends, if I can call them that,
kicked me out of the League. I'm just...
This can't be happening to me.
You think you have problems?
I'm too small to be seen or heard.
At least you can pick up the phone
and talk to some... Wait a second.
I can't get Flash's powers back,
but I know someone who might.
And the only thing that stands
between me and helping the Flash
is fruit salad.
How hard can this be?
That's weird. Usually when I butt dial,
my butt is actually near the phone.
- Uh-oh.
ATOM: Whoa.
Welcome to Doctor Fate's magic helpline.
Do you feel like
the world's turned against you?
Yes. Yes, I do.
Do you feel like
you've lost that pep in your step?
Oh, wow. Yeah, I've lost all my pep.
Do you feel like someone's trying
to take your place in life?
Maybe kick you out of a club or League?
I don't know who this guy is,
but he is good.
Well, if any of that applies to you,
do yourself a solid and press one now.
Well, Barry, let's hope this helps.
ATOM: Wait, wait, wait!
I'm going with you!
It looks like I'm going to
have to do this the hard way.
I'll just have to get to Metropolis
and tell the Justice League
everything that's happened.
It shouldn't be that hard.
I'll just slip under Flash's front door,
hop on a bus and...
Oh, no.
Now that the Flash is gone
we'll need someone else
to take the minutes.
Ahh! Me! Me! Me!
- Cyborg.
- Yes!
WONDER WOMAN: It looks like trouble
is springing up all over the map.
All right, team, split up
and let's take care of business.
- Cyborg, read that back to me.
- "All right, team,
"split up
and let's take care of business.
"Cyborg, read that back to me."
Good job. Let's move.
"Good job. Let's m-o-v-e."
Too long have humans gorged themselves
at the salad bar.
Now it's time for the plants
to gorge at the human bar.
I'm the Mayor, I command you to stop.
FIRESTORM: Sorry, Poison Ivy.
I heard someone screaming.
And, you know, I scream, you scream,
we all scream for ice-cream.
Get him!
Oh, man.
Plants should be seen, not heard.
Wimbley for Mayor.
A mayoral float!
Oh! Thank you, Mr...
Reverse-Flash is my name
and helping people out is my game.
Now, I must be away.
There are other citizens
that need my help.
Signal watch. Signal watch.
Come on, Superman.
This will teach Olsen
not to take a photo of my bad side.
I'm sorry, Mr. Croc,
it's just with you,
every side is a bad side.
PLASTIC MAN: Killer Croc,
unhand Superman's pal Jimmy Olsen.
I've got this, Plas.
I can cut logs too, Sups. Check it out.
How did you do that?
Child's play for Reverse-Flash.
Say, I don't suppose
you have a signal watch, do you?
He's stealing our ship and the gold.
CYBORG: Gold is a great investment
in your future.
But the only future you've got
is behind bars.
Look out!
All in a day's work for Reverse-Flash.
Reverse-Flash is the best!
Reverse-Flash is the best.
Trouble at sea? Aquaman is in.
Reverse-Flash took care of it.
Aquaman is out.
I'm embarrassed.
But I'm also a little impressed.
All right, Penguin, drop your weapon!
Yeah, I'll drop my weapon all right.
On you!
BATMAN: Not before I
get the drop on you.
Batman just launched the missile!
- We're doomed!
- Don't worry.
Reverse-Flash will take care of it.
- Hooray!
- He built a perfectly safe playground
out of explosive missile parts.
Courtesy of the...
Let's hear it for Reverse-Flash!
Reverse-Flash, huh?
That was weird.
But not like floating castle weird.
Wow, magical stairs.
Wish it was a magical escalator.
- Huh?
Yeah. Um...
I'm talking backwards.
Just come in, okay?
Okay. Sure.
Wow. You guys really like stairs.
DOCTOR FATE: Flash, come forward.
The Doctor is in and your fate awaits.
- Thanks.
- You're welcome.
I can't believe backwards talking 101
is a magic requirement.
- DOCTOR FATE: Zatanna!
- Sorry. I mean...
That's not strange at all.
Huh? Whoa.
This is the second weirdest room
I've ever been in.
DOCTOR FATE: Don't be afraid.
Come closer.
Welcome to my sanctum.
- I'm The...
- Flash, I know.
I'm Doctor Fate.
It's nice to finally meet you.
Please tell me your blues
and we'll sort it out.
My blues?
Well, a couple of days ago,
I was stuck in a time loop.
Okay, does she always do that?
It's magic, man. Keep going.
Okay. I kept repeating the day.
(SINGING) And chasing a villain
on some cosmic freeway
But he was always faster than me
And then my powers went away
Oh, sing it, man.
I came back home and everyone was mad
Told me to leave and handed me my bag
Actually, it was a box.
- But it...
- Don't stop now.
(SINGING) So, as I sat on my couch
Wondering what to do
My phone started ringing
And it was you
You heard the call
No need to panic
'Cause it's time for a little magic
- It's magic, baby
- Ooh
That's all that it is
Magic, baby, it's just a little magic
To understand it, baby
You don't have to be a wiz
When life's got you down
With nowhere to go
Just roll up your sleeves and presto
When you reach in your hat
And pull out a problem
You need some answers
And magic's got 'em
- 'Cause it's magic, baby
- Ooh
Time to get it done
Magic, baby, it's just a little magic
It's magic, baby
So, now, let's have some fun
Wow, that was...
Anyway, can your magic tell me
why I've lost my powers?
It looks like your convection
to the Speed Force is broken.
Speed Force?
Reverse-Flash said something about that,
but I have no idea what he meant.
What's the Speed Force?
A mysterious energy that grants
the ability to move at super speed.
The day I got my powers?
That was a total fluke.
You see, there was this lightning, and
then these chemicals spilled on me...
That's what you thought.
The reality is that
you were chosen to be the Flash.
These powers are a gift given to you
from the Speed Force.
But your connection to it was broken.
- So, what now? Can you fix it?
- No.
But I can take you
to where the Speed Force lives.
- Where it lives?
- Yes.
We're going to the Speed Force Zone.
Thee Speed Force Zone.
That sounds awesome. (GIGGLING)
Step back.
It's magic time.
With the force of Fate
and bricks unified,
take us away on a groovy ride.
Woo hoo!
Field trip!
That's the place I saw when I was
running after the Reverse-Flash.
It's called the Speedway.
Our gateway to the Speed Force Zone.
ATOM: Journal entry 13.
Things have not gone as planned.
Unable to grow to my normal size,
the world around me
has become more dangerous
than you can possibly imagine.
Every car, a cataclysm.
Every mouse, a monster.
Every meter, a marathon!
Experiments always start
with a question.
Here's mine. How am I going to survive?
LOIS: That was the scene today
as the Reverse-Flash continues
his unprecedented streak of heroism.
It would seem that the Reverse-Flash
is the only superhero
the world will ever need.
ALL: Aww.
Just look at that Trouble Alert map.
Reverse-Flash is so fast,
he's stopping crime
before we can even...
- Finally. An emergency.
- It's about time.
ALL: Aww.
He got there first.
That's 22 emergencies he's fixed today.
And he's just passed me
in friends on Herobook.
Well, it's a good thing
things like this aren't important at all
to the Man of Steel.
LOIS: It seems that the Reverse-Flash
has agreed to sit down
for a chat with the Mayor.
Stay tuned for live coverage
of our beloved heroic speedster.
I think it's about time we had a word
with this "beloved speedster."
FLASH: Woo hoo.
I'm gonna get my powers back.
I'm gonna get my powers back.
- Oh.
But first, I might need a snack.
Thank you.
Shouldn't you be driving?
Don't worry.
The Doc gave me my magician's
permit for hands-free driving.
- Zatanna.
- Yrros.
Now, listen, when you arrive
at the Speed Force Zone,
you'll go through a series of tests
to make sure you're worthy.
Worthy of what?
That's what you need to find out.
That's the mystery.
That's the magic.
Yeah. Yeah.
But you'll be there to help me, right?
I am sorry. The Speed Force Zone
is only accessible to those
with speed powers, or in your case,
former speed powers.
Well, this is it.
Any parting words?
Yeah. Tuck and roll, baby.
Tuck and roll?
- What does that mean?
- Yrros.
Whoa, wow.
Would you look at that.
It's some sort of Speed Force Zone
temple thingy.
And it almost feels like the temple
is giving off some sort of energy.
(GASPS) The Speed Force.
Well, if that's where
the Speed Force is,
that's where I need to be, and fast.
All right, these must be the tests
Doctor Fate was talking about.
Bricks moving super fast,
vibrating through solid matter.
And I just have to make it
to the other side.
Well, this shouldn't be too hard.
Those speed bricks really pack a wallop.
But if at first you don't succeed...
Okay, this is not working.
There has to be a trick.
We want you to be
the best hero you can be.
Sometimes that means slowing down.
(ECHOES) Down.
Slow down. Yeah, thanks, you.
Well, going fast didn't work,
and Fate said I'd be tested.
How is this working?
I really, really, really hate
going slow.
Holy moly. It actually worked. I did it!
Piece of cake.
ATOM: Journal entry 14.
The situation has grown sticky.
But I must keep my wits about me.
I must use everything at my disposal
to survive.
I must use science!
A little known hypothesis
about arachnids
is that they can be hypnotized
by flashing lights.
Time to test that theory.
Can science prevail?
Will the spider be hypnotized?
Will I learn about spider digestion
from the inside?
Studies have shown
that some birds can be tamed
by applying gentle pressure
to a special nerve on the back.
This Columba livia domestica
proves those studies correct.
And now to the Hall of Justice.
Hopefully I'm in time to alert to league
before Reverse-Flash
can do any more damage.
Oh, I get it.
I have this game on my phone.
All I have to do
is ride these to the top.
That hurt.
Maybe this is
some sort of endurance test.
I just have to show I can take it.
I can't take it!
Be aware of your surroundings.
My surroundings?
I never noticed those platforms before.
The path to the door
was there the whole time.
Easy peasy, lemon... (YELPS)
Still hurts. Still hurts.
Thank you for joining us, Reverse-Flash.
It's my pleasure, Mayor.
I serve at the pleasure
of the community.
You won't see me
in some private island club house, no.
I love being a servant of the people.
You're incredible.
Not only did you stop Poison Ivy
and her maniacal plants...
Why are we sneaking around?
You know this is how Batman does things.
We're spying on Reverse-Flash
because Batman thinks
he'll eventually trip up
and reveal his true evil intentions.
Correct, Cyborg. This is a covert op.
We'll spy from the shadows,
move in the shadows, be the...
Firestorm, turn down your head.
Oh, sorry.
REVERSE-FLASH: Modesty forbids me
from taking such praise, Miss Mayor.
Speaking of Gotham City,
do you know what you call
Batman and Robin under a rock?
MAYOR: Why, no.
REVERSE-FLASH: Flatman and Ribbon.
REVERSE-FLASH: Here's another.
When does Cyborg change his pants?
Never. He stopped wearing any.
Oof! Ugh.
As I'm sure
everyone at home would agree,
you have made Metropolis
and the world a safer place.
You're a hero
that never asks for accolades
or wears something as gaudy as a cape.
- Gaudy?
- Gaudy?
And for that, we'd like to honor you
with the key to the city.
Thank you, fine citizens of Metropolis.
I accept your paltry...
I mean, precious gift.
Soon the world will realize
what you have already learned,
that I, Reverse-Flash,
am the only hero you will ever need.
No, Plastic Man, you're putting
too much weight on the support beam.
- You need to...
This is why the Batman works alone.
Oh, look! It's the Justice League.
Or should I say the Jobless League?
Sadly, I agree.
ALL: Huh?
This can only mean one thing.
The Justice League is now retired.
Woo-hoo-hoo! Whoa!
A maze? I love mazes.
They're a-maze-ing. (LAUGHS)
Ha! I'm almost there.
I can feel my powers coming back.
Hey, look at that.
Almost back to full speed.
Ha ha!
Yeah! Oh, no. Huh?
So, all I have to do
is get through the maze in the dark.
With my super speed back,
that shouldn't be a problem.
- Ow.
- Ow.
- Double ow.
Okay. It's a problem.
What is it with this place
trying to hurt me?
What was it Batman said?
- Always have a plan.
- Okay, so, Flash, what's your plan?
Oh, I can make a plan from up here.
Okay, now, let's see.
Left, right, right, right.
Wait. No, no, no.
Left, right, right, right, left...
Left, right, left, left,
right, right, right,
left, left, right, right,
left, left, perfect.
Okay. I got it. I got it.
(GASPS) The final door.
Oh, come on.
How can I get through this solid door?
It's a dead end.
Fun fact. At the subatomic level,
dead ends
aren't really dead ends at all.
There is always space
between the molecules
that allow atoms to move between them.
If the Atom is right, and there is
space between everything
I just have to do
what the speed bricks did,
and vibrate my molecules
to fit between them.
Well, here goes everything.
I just vibrated through that wall.
I can do anything!
That's it.
I can feel it radiating the Speed Force.
It's some kind of nexus.
It's amazing.
I've finally done it!
Nothing can stop me...
At last!
FLASH: Reverse-Flash?
- But how?
- Still too slow, aren't you?
The time loop.
You breaking your connection
to the Speed Force,
I knew it would all lead you here
to the Speed Force nexus.
And also, through that
ridiculous obstacle course,
I mean, are you kidding me? Dangerous.
So, I duped you
into opening the three doors for me.
Congratulations, loser.
And now, with the power of the nexus,
nothing can stand in my way.
The power, it's like...
Drinking 52 milkshakes
and eating a bag of jelly beans!
The nexus is mine! I earned it!
Good luck being trapped here
for all eternity.
I can't believe that we're retiring.
I mean, where do we go from here?
Heroes, Cyborg, never give up hope.
And I haven't given up
investigating Reverse-Flash.
Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
The once great Justice League
forced into retirement.
Face it, super zeroes.
You're yesterday's news.
Today's fast-paced world
needs a hero like yours truly.
And thanks to your old pal, Flash,
future history books will know only me
as Earth's greatest champion.
Look. Outside.
- CYBORG: What is he doing?
- He's walling us in.
He must not be aware
of my super strength.
Or my ability to transform matter.
BOTH: Uh-oh.
I'm too late!
- What kind of material is that?
- Not the normal kind.
My scanners indicate these bricks
are moving at an incredible speed.
The kinetic energy they're putting off
is enough to counteract
any of our powers.
Right you are, Cy-bore.
Those are speed bricks
from the Speed Force Zone.
Does that sound made up to anyone else?
Enjoy the rest of your days
trapped inside your little clubhouse.
Oh, one more thing.
I've activated your Hall of Justice
security systems
and equipped them with countermeasures
for each of your powers.
So, you might want to
be careful in there.
CYBOTS: Destroy. Destroy.
(GASPS) Not my Cybots!
You monster.
What do we do?
Against the most powerful
security system I've ever devised?
We run.
FLASH: How could I have been so stupid?
At every step, I've played into
the Reverse-Flash's hand.
He took away my powers.
He took away my friends.
I just wanna go home.
It's vibrating like they have
the Speed Force inside of them.
I have a plan!
Not bad. Not bad at all.
Now let's see
what these speed bricks can do.
All my hard work.
All the trials and tribulations.
For nothing. (SIGHS)
- Huh?
The Super-Pets! Huh.
All this trouble with the Reverse-Flash
and they're just digging a hole.
Under the wall, of course! Brilliant!
Hey guys, wait for me.
Cyborg's laboratory.
Great job, gang.
Now I can use Cyborg's tools to
repair my shrinking belt,
and return to normal size.
Well, I've collected enough data.
You guys aren't so bad after all.
CYBOT: Alert! Alert!
You must be eliminated!
Green Lantern has a pet!
And he's a ring wielding squirrel?
Hey, who you calling a "pet,"
short stack?
- You can talk?
- Yeah.
Because I ain't no squirrel!
Name's B'dg, I'm from another planet
of people that happen
to loosely resemble your squirrels.
I see.
Well, that makes perfect sense.
Oh, I'm so glad you approve.
My buddy Ace here sent out an alert.
Let me guess,
the Justice League is in trouble?
- Bark.
As per usual.
Well, let's go rescue them...
Can you explain how Reverse-Flash
can turn my Cybots against us?
Somehow his speed-power's
been supercharged.
Time to fall back and form a plan.
By the toenails of Tartarus.
- I wish the Flash was here.
Hey, guys! Over here!
CYBOTS: Eliminate...
Thanks for the quick save, gang.
I can't hold them off forever.
We need to find a way out of here.
PLASTIC MAN: And leave this paradise?
Who knew Aquaman's bedroom was
like the best day spa on the planet.
Ooh, ahh!
Of course the King of the Sea
has a water bed. (CHUCKLES)
- Plas!
- Guys?
Hang in there, Superman,
the Super-Pets have a plan.
Not a pet!
I believe they're calling someone.
- You speak dog now?
- No.
I just understand my friends.
A sea horse?
Yet another Super-Pet.
Again, not a pet.
This is Storm.
He's fought alongside Aquaman before.
So he's always ready to lend a hand.
Or a fin.
Superman, stay super.
Storm, we'll need you
to lead us out to sea
through the ocean tunnel you came from.
But first, we'll need a vehicle.
How about a sub?
(LAUGHS) Get it? A submarine sandwich.
- Sorry.
- That'll work.
Aw, not again.
One supersized sub ready for action.
- Guys?
- Let's go, Superman.
Yeah, what's the hold up?
CYBOTS: Eliminate...
Oh, my, what a lovely room.
BATMAN: Storm, to the Bat Cave.
REVERSE-FLASH: The Daily Planet.
Soon to be renamed
The Reverse-Flash Planet.
And the perfect antenna to broadcast
my manifesto across the world.
Hello, planet Earth.
It's me! The most beloved
superhero of all time.
- Reverse-Flash.
- Ooh!
The Reverse-Flash, oh, I love him.
Now that I've rid the world of crime...
I think it's time for you
to repay the ol' RF
for his kind generosity.
That's why I'm ordering
everyone to report to
my Reverse-Flash command centers.
There you'll be given orders on what I,
your new ruler, would like you to do.
Doesn't that sound wonderful?
Cheeky monkey.
I always knew he was rotten.
Now hurry! You don't want what I did
to the Justice League to happen to you.
With his increased powers,
none of us are any match for him.
I've been looking everywhere
for you guys.
Now listen, I know you're probably
still mad at me for those pranks,
but the thing is, it wasn't me.
It was this cheating, evil, dirty,
doofus-faced impostor
from the future named...
- Reverse-Flash.
- Reverse-Flash!
Wait, you knew he was impersonating me?
No, we didn't, not at first.
But there were three clues.
Your mysterious time-loop trouble.
Your sudden interest in childish pranks.
A sudden denial of
said pranks and loss of powers.
Your unusual behavior patterns led me
to believe that somehow,
someway, someone, somewhere was
framing you for some unknown purpose.
So, you fired me to flush out
the Reverse-Flash?
Exactly. Batman knew that
once he'd accomplished his evil goals
he'd reveal himself to you.
That's why I was gonna
be there when he did.
I shrunk down onto your shoulder and was
going to report back to the League,
until Reverse-Flash's shackles
shorted out my circuits
which kept me stuck in shrink mode.
Then that means you guys
never really gave up on me.
Of course not. We're Super Friends man.
We were sorry to deceive you, Flash.
It was our only play to get you
out of trouble.
- Thank you everyone.
Yeah, yeah, real heartwarming.
And now, it's my turn to get us
all out of trouble.
We can stop the Reverse-Flash
with these. Speed Force bricks.
And we can use the bricks
from my speed-machine
to super-power our other vehicles.
Giving us all enough speed to
keep up with Reverse-Flash.
Well, I don't have my speed
powers back yet, Wonder Woman.
But I have something better.
I have a plan.
REVERSE-FLASH: Furthermore,
the landmarks you build today
will glorify my name
tomorrow and for all...
Look, it's the Justice League.
Will know, the fastest man
alive was always...
ALL: Hurray!
Hey, everybody,
we're not retired anymore.
The Justice League is back.
- And the Dark Knight returns.
- Bark.
So, you've escaped the Hall of Justice,
with help from your pets, no doubt.
I hope you enjoyed your freedom
because it will be the last thing
you ever see.
Powering on the Speed Bricks.
Whoa, look at that.
It looks like everything just stopped.
No wonder the Flash is always
moving so fast.
It must be boring to live in
a world going so slow.
If we'd known it was like this, we might
have been more patient with him.
Lesson learned, team. Look alive.
Somehow you've gained the power
of the Speed Force.
No matter,
I'm still faster than all of you.
Evasive maneuvers.
Split up!
You're still no match for the Nexus.
I can move so fast I can seem
to be in five different places
at that the same time.
And I can take care of all you.
Once and for all.
- Ready, B'dg?
- You bet.
REVERSE-FLASH: My bricks are returning
to the Speed Force zone.
Looks like the Flash was right.
The Speed Bricks have given our vehicles
the ability to destroy those statues.
Go get 'em, gang.
Target locked.
ALL: Fire!
CYBORG: Bricks away!
I don't know how you got those
Speed Bricks, but your plan failed.
I'm powerful enough to beat the
Justice League no matter where you are.
We weren't trying to beat you.
We were trying to distract you.
Impossible. How did you...
The trials in the Speed Force zone
weren't just there
to see if I was worthy.
They were there to teach me something.
Something you would have known if you
took the time to go through them.
Enough of this!
I still have enough of the Nexus energy
to defeat the likes of you.
So much power!
Which is rightfully mine!
You didn't even know what the
Speed Force was until I showed up.
What makes you think you know enough
about it now to defeat me?
Only one way to find out.
You'll never beat me, Flash!
- I'm the master of the Speed Force.
- Really?
Wouldn't a master have a plan
so he doesn't get tripped up?
Guess not!
You're looking tired,
maybe you should slow down.
- No!
- Okay!
- Hurts, doesn't it?
- Huh?
Way to be aware of your surroundings,
Speed Force master.
You may have won today
but I'll travel back in time and
stop you from getting the Nexus.
I don't think you have enough steam, RF.
It looks like the last of the
Nexus energy is gone.
Without it, you're just not fast enough.
Fast enough?
I'm the fastest man alive!
- I am!
- Prove it!
Come on, RF,
you can go faster than that.
Really, that's all you got?
Handcuffs can't hold me.
All I have to do is...
My powers!
Ah, ah, ah.
Looks like someone broke his connection
to the Speed Force.
Tsk, tsk.
- You should have slowed down.
- You!
You tricked me.
No, no, I just executed my plan.
You won't get away with this.
- I'll come back.
- Sorry.
I can't understand when
you're talking so slow.
Well, we won't have any trouble from
Reverse-Flash for a while.
- What about the Nexus thing?
- What about it?
With power like that, you could
do the job of every hero forever.
Looks like the Justice League
is still retired.
No one should have this much power.
You gave up all that speed?
But why?
Well, it turns out that slowing down was
the best way to defeat Reverse-Flash.
The Nexus power had him so distracted,
he was totally unaware
of his surroundings.
No way I would ever
let that happen to me.
Returning the Nexus was
always a part of my plan.
And these were all the things you
guys were trying to teach me.
Thank you.
Without friends like you
I would have lost my powers forever.
And we would have been retired forever.
That reminds me, is there a
Justice League pension plan? Or...
It's good to have you back, Flash.
And with newfound wisdom to guide you.
That maybe true, Wonder Woman,
but Flash has only proven he's
ready for the next level of training.
Now begins the true test
of Flash's mental acuity and fortitude.
The training crucible I have prepared
will destroy hidden weakness and forge
the inner strength required to...
Sounds great, Batman.
Let's get started on that.
Right after a little snack.
The Nexus has been returned
to the Speed Force,
and order has been
restored to the universe.
And all it took was...
Magic, baby, it's just a little magic
- Zatanna.
- Yrros.
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