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Impulse

Wallace Rudolph West (ウォーレス・ルドルフ・ウェスト, Wōresu Rudorufu Wesuto), also known as "Impulse" (インパルス, Inparusu), is a fictional character and protagonist of the Marvelous DC's Transformer Titans series created by C. B. Cebulski and Jim Lee.

"Wally" West ("ウォーリー"・ウェスト, "Wōrī" Wesuto), is the super quick nephew of the 2nd Flash, who took him on as his fist sidekick named "Kid Flash" (キッド・フラッシュ, Kiddo Furasshu), after accidentally duplicating an experiment that had given him powers.

Wally, along with others like the original Wonder Girl, Aqualad, and Speedy, was created in response to the success of Batman's sidekick Robin. These young heroes would later be spun off into their own superhero team, the Teen Titans.

"Now that I'm back, I'll make this reality, and all realities, safe from this undead scum!"

—Impulse.

Appearance & Biography[]

Voice Actor (Teenager): Will Friedle (English), Gō Inoue (Japanese), Not Known (Albanian), Not Known (Arabic), Not Known (Basque), Not Known (Brazilian), Not Known (Cantonese), Not Known (Catalan), Not Known (Chinese), Not Known (Dutch), Not Known (Finnish), Not Known (French), Not Known (Galician), Not Known (German), Not Known (Greek), Not Known (Hebrew), Not Known (Hong Kong), Not Known (Hungarian), Not Known (Indonesian), Not Known (Isralian), Not Known (Italian), Not Known (Korean), Not Known (Mandarin), Not Known (Norwegian), Not Known (Polish), Not Known (Portuguese), Not Known (Romanian), Not Known (Russian), Not Known (Serbian), Not Known (Spanish), Not Known (Swedish), Not Known (Tagalog), Not Known (Thai), Not Known (Valencian), Not Known (Brazilian Portuguese), Not Known (European Spanish), Not Known (European Portuguese), Not Known (Latin American Spanish), Not Known (Latin Spanish)
Voice Actor (Adult): Charlie Schlatter (English), Jin Yamanoi (Japanese), Not Known (Albanian), Not Known (Arabic), Not Known (Basque), Not Known (Brazilian), Not Known (Cantonese), Not Known (Catalan), Not Known (Chinese), Not Known (Dutch), Not Known (Finnish), Not Known (French), Not Known (Galician), Not Known (German), Not Known (Greek), Not Known (Hebrew), Not Known (Hong Kong), Not Known (Hungarian), Not Known (Indonesian), Not Known (Isralian), Not Known (Italian), Not Known (Korean), Not Known (Mandarin), Not Known (Norwegian), Not Known (Polish), Not Known (Portuguese), Not Known (Romanian), Not Known (Russian), Not Known (Serbian), Not Known (Spanish), Not Known (Swedish), Not Known (Tagalog), Not Known (Thai), Not Known (Valencian), Not Known (Brazilian Portuguese), Not Known (European Spanish), Not Known (European Portuguese), Not Known (Latin American Spanish), Not Known (Latin Spanish)


Biography[]

Appearance[]

As Wally West[]

Wally West has short spiky red hair, freckles, and green eyes. He has a lean yet slightly muscular build.

As Kid Flash[]

As Kid Flash, his superhero costume is yellow with red pants, red gloves, and yellow shoes, with a symbol of a red lightning bolt within a white circle on his chest, shoulder pads and other protectors added. He also wears red goggles to protect his eyes and allow him to view different light spectra.

His costume was also updated and slightly modified, with stealth-tech: by pressing the lightning bolt emblem, the uniform would change color into a black and gray variation that was better suited for stealth missions.

As Impulse[]

  • Hair Color: Orange
  • Skin Color: Not Known
  • Eye Color: Green
  • Age: 15/16 (Teenager), 21 (Adult)
  • Birthday: November 11
  • Height: 6'0" (1.82 m)
  • Weight: 185 lbs.(84 kg.)

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Background[]

Personality[]

Relationships[]

Friends/Allies[]

  • Flash Family
  • Teen Titans
    • Wonder Girl/Troia - Friend and Teammate.
    • Robin/Nightwing - Teammate.
    • Cyborg - Teammate.
    • Starfire - Teammate.
    • Beast Boy - Teammate.
    • Blue Beetle - Teammate.
    • Raven - Teammate.
    • Robin - Teammate.
  • Titans East
    • Aqualad/Oceanman - Friend and Former Teammate.
    • Speedy/Red Arrow/Arsenal - Friend and Former Teammate.
  • Justice Avengers
  • Mera - Ally.
  • Silas Stone - Ally.

Family[]

  • Joe West (grandfather)
  • Mary West (mother)
  • Rudy West (father)
  • Danny West (uncle)
  • Flash (uncle)
  • Iris West-Allen (aunt)
  • Miss Quick (cousin)
  • Kid Flash (cousin)
  • Kid Mercury (cousin)

Neutral[]

Rivals[]

Enemies[]

  • Professor Zoom - Archenemy
  • Rogues
    • Captain Cold - Enemy.
    • Top - Enemy.
    • Heat Wave - Enemy.
    • Captain Boomerang - Enemy.
    • Mirror Master - Enemy.
  • Darkseid - Enemy.
  • Ocean Master - Enemy.
  • Trigon - Enemy.
  • Doomsday - Enemy.

Powers and Abilities[]

Powers[]

  • Speed Force Conduit: Speed force conduits possess a connection to the Speed Force, a cosmic force that allows its users to push the boundaries that keep time and space. As a conduit of the Speed Force, all aspects of their physiology are accelerated and enhanced. Wally is the first one to ever enter it the Speed Force and return.
    • Accelerated Healing: By having a connection to the speed force, every speed force conduit has an incredibly fast healing factor and can heal from most injuries in seconds and devastating injuries in minutes.
    • Enhanced Senses: The Speed Force enhances the speedster's senses, allowing them to perceive and process thoughts faster than the normal person.
    • Molecular Acceleration:
      • Phasing: Speed Force conduits can tap into the Speed Force to vibrate their molecules in a way to achieve intangibility for short bursts, allowing them to phase through objects.
    • Time Travel:
    • Dimensional Travel:
    • Electrokinesis: Flash generates large amounts of Speed Force lightning that he is able to charge his punches and kicks with.
      • Electro-Blast: Flash can project a small burst of lightning from his chest.
    • Speed Force Aura: The Speed Force manifests an aura around the speedster and whatever they are carrying, protecting them from adverse effects of their speed, such as friction with the air.
      • Superhuman Durability: The Speed Force Aura also protects speedsters from kinetic impacts, which in turn, makes them much more durable and resistant to injury than any normal human.
    • Superhuman Stamina: The Speed Force grants its conduits with a great increase of stamina, allowing them to fight or run much longer than the average person. Although a great increase, it is not unlimited.
    • Superhuman Speed: The universal factor of being a Speed Force conduit grants its user with imperceptible amounts of speed. All powers that conduits possess derives from their speed.
      • Superhuman Agility: The speedster's agility, balance, and bodily coordination are enhanced to superhuman levels. This allows them to easily maneuver while moving at superhuman speed.
      • Superhuman Reflexes: In conjunction with their enhanced senses, The speedster's reflexes are heightened immesurably, allowing them to dodge or react faster than normal.
    • Vortex Creation: Speed Force conduits are able to create vortices of air by running in circles or rotating their extremities at super-speed. These vortices can be used for a number of effects.

=Abilities[]

  • Science:
    • Computer Hacking:
    • Physics:
  • Acrobatics:
  • Hand-to-Hand Combat (Basic):
    • Martial Arts:
  • Photography:

Physical Abilities[]

Fighting Style[]

Feats[]

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Speed[]

Durability[]

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Miscellaneous Skills[]

Weaknesses[]

  • Hyper-Metabolism:

Equipment[]

  • Impulse's Costume Ring:

Gadgets[]

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Gallery[]


Transportation[]

Gallery[]


History[]

Past[]

Early history[]

Wally discovered his uncle Barry Allen is the Flash. Being the Flash's biggest fan, he begged his hero to let him become his sidekick. Barry refused, but that didn't stop Wally. He replicated the experiment that gave Barry his powers in his family's garage. He blew up the garage and ended up in the hospital. Barry felt guilty for leaving notes that Wally could work on.

After he came out of the hospital, Wally manifested the powers he desired. Barry reluctantly agreed to let him become Kid Flash, but only if he did exactly as he said.

Synopsis[]

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Plot in the Series[]

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Canon[]

Non-Canon[]

Events[]

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Translation and Dub Issues[]

Theme songs[]

Other Appearances[]

Other Media[]

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Video Games[]

Playable Appearances[]

Enemy Appearances[]

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Non-Playable Appearances[]

See also[]

Etymology[]

External links[]

Notes & Trivia[]

  • Wally, as Kid Flash first appeared in The Flash #110 (December 1959).
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