Stop Part Three: Fashion Victims"
Grant Morrison & Mark Millar
EDITOR: Jason Hernandez-Rosenblatt
I think Jay does this deliberately. He gives me this look like he expects me to
have all the answers... And somehow that always forces me to think of
something." —Wally West
SUMMARY: The Suit's plan to cause a jailbreak at Keystone
County Prison has succeeded, and the incarcerated supervillains are
eager to take revenge on the speedsters who had them put away.
Fortunately, the crippled Wally West has found a way to channel the raw
power of the speed force into a new costume that acts like living energy
and is capable of supporting his shattered legs. The strengthened link
to the speed force also seems to be granting the fastest man alive a bit
more speed, and he'll need all the speed he's got to take down the Suit,
who has possessed the body of Max Mercury. After lending some speed to
Jay and Impulse, enough to help them end the Keystone County Prison riot
before it can truly begin, the Flash runs down the Suit and sets to work
unraveling it thread by thread. Wally's relieved to learn that the
living costume has been possessed by an electrical field creature from
another world rather than the ghost of an executed villain, but will
even the physical destruction of the Suit itself bring and end to the
entity's relentless quest for vengeance?