I’m not quite sure what it is about the Flash that calls out to me. There’s just something about his costume that I really enjoy. Perhaps it’s the simplicity of the design, but regardless, I’ll find myself making a Flash custom whenever I experiment with a new line of customs.

This particular Flash is reworked from a DC Superheroes 6″ Superman figure. I removed the lower legs and head and replaced them with parts from a Zorro figure. Styrene and Kneadatite were used for the lightning accents.

The Flash is not nearly as posable as I would have preferred, but then again it’s not too terrible either. If you do decide to make a Flash for yourself, I’d suggest using the DC Superheroes 6″ Electric Blue Superman instead. It’s actually a better base, despite the etched lines across the figure.

Created Summer 2000

Featured in Lee’s Action Figure and Toy Review, Issue #100


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