Racing justice en-gendering power essays on anita hill

In the comics, the duo have a history of competing against each other in footraces and other speed competitions. They first raced in Superman #199, which gave us the iconic shot of the pair racing side-by-side as the League cheers them on, and the friendly rivalry has been returned to repeatedly over the years. While initially DC had the pair always tying to avoid upsetting fans of either character, over time Flash won a couple of bouts, securing his position as the victor (which makes sense – Supes may be fast, but was rarely presented as quick enough to turn back time). As for who wins in the DCEU, well, that’s not shown and probably for good reason; it would be far too embarrassing for whoever loses! But if we had to bet, we’d put our money on Barry – assuming he doesn’t get lost.

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Racing justice en-gendering power essays on anita hill

racing justice en-gendering power essays on anita hill

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