|FLASH (BARRY ALLEN)|
In ‘Captain Atom’ (2012) #3 titled ‘–Friend or Foe?’, Flash (Barry Allen) performs a super-speed feat. Flash (Barry Allen) and Captain Atom liberate Libya. During the battle, Flash disarms the Libyan army as they fire their bullets in slow motion.
How much super speed does it take to stop bullets fired from five soldiers with M16A4 rifles in slow motion?
FLASH (BARRY ALLEN) STOPPED BULLETS FROM FIVE SOLDIERS IN SLOW MOTION WITHIN 0.00003333333 SECONDS OF OBSERVED TIME.
FLASH (BARRY ALLEN) MOVED AT 299,792,458 METERS PER SECOND THE EQUIVALENT OF THE SPEED OF LIGHT.
SUPER SPEED FEAT:
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