"Get Me to the Church on Time"
"The Wedding of the Flash"
Mark Waid & Brian Augustyn
L. A. Williams
"Linda... You're my beacon. No matter where I go, no matter what I do... I
can always find my way back home because you're there. That's my vow to you,
Linda. My home, my life, all my love... It will always rest with only you."
SUMMARY: After foiling a revenge plot hatched by Kobra to
destroy the Keystone City Hall both Wally and Linda are relieved to know
that their marriage license has survived a contained explosion. The
Flash's wedding is on. Friends and family—an eclectic group that
includes John and Lisa Park, Wally's disagreeable parents and their
respective dates, Dick Grayson, Impulse, and the Justice League—gather
at the Park ancestral home for a low-key ceremony. In the hours leading
up to the wedding Linda seems worried, though Wally's openness about his
life quickly puts her mind at ease. Wally knows that he's ready to be
married to his one true love, and he couldn't be more content. When the
appointed time arrives, the happy couple exchange their vows. The
instant that Wally slips the wedding ring onto his beloved bride's
finger, however, the universe is altered in a flash. Suddenly, Linda
Park finds herself held captive by unseen villain. Elsewhere, the Flash
is experiencing a disconcerting feeling of forgetfulness. Though he has
a woman's name on his mind, he can't remember who she is or why she
might be important. On the day of her wedding, Linda Park has been
erased from existence!