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As Zoom states when he confronts Barry: Her hero. How noble. Oh, wait. You didn't stop JFK from getting assassinated... ...or made sure Hitler stayed in art school. You saved your mommy. You missed her. And in a supreme act of selfishness, shattered history like a rank amateur... ...turned the world into a living hell moments away from ...


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It might sound too plain but the answer is yes. The Film didn't explore it more but in comics ( which this film was based on), Martha as the joker was explored in much more details: The alternate universe Flashpoint version of Martha Wayne is the Joker (and even resembles Heath Ledger's portrayal as seen in The Dark Knight). After Bruce Wayne is shot and ...


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Professor Zoom taunting The Flash over the death of the hero's mother is responsible for the timeline change. In the end, it is revealed that The Flash is responsible for the creation of the alternate world because, after Zoom's taunting, he traveled back in time to save his mother. This created a chain of events which led the world to a destructive ...


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They seem to have taken the first option that was provided in the source material, Flashpoint #3 of 5 (2011). In the comic, Barry says he could basically unmake the suit, and at light speed change it. But says screw that, it's easier to make a new one. In the movie adaptation, he vibrates it at super-speeds, changing it. Movie Allen is less lazy it seems. ...


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Many things are implied with the film and require some knowledge of the comics. Usually, films set-up the background within themselves; instead, this film makes some very minor assumptions on the part of the audience. As a time-traveling speedster, Professor Zoom is immune to the changes in the timestream in the same way Barry Allen was (for as long as he ...


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