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'''The Streak''' was the speedster of the [[Justice Guild of America]]. He died along with the other members of the JGA during a war that destroyed most of their homeworld.
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'''The Streak''' (real name unknown) was the speedster and apparent leader of the [[Justice Guild of America]]. He died along with the other members of the JGA during a war that destroyed most of their homeworld, but was encountered by the [[Justice League]] during their trip into their alternate dimension.
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== Biography ==
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In an alternate timeline, the Streak and the rest of the Justice Guild were killed in a nuclear missile attack during the Cold War. [[Ray Thompson]], mutated and given vast physic powers by the radiation, created a world where the Justice Guild never died and continued being superheroes.
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After a battle with [[Lex Luthor]]'s giant robot, [[Flash]], [[J'onn J'onzz]], [[Hawkgirl]], and [[John Stewart]] were transported to this alternate timeline. After a misunderstanding, they briefly came to blows with the Justice Guild. The Flash was shocked to see there was a man who was as fast as him and the two speedsters briefly battled. Streak swiftly told everyone to stand down when he saw Green Lantern save someone from falling debris.
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Both teams arrive at the Justice Guild's mansion and Streak leads his team in introductions and making the newcomers feel at home. Festivities are halted when the heroes receive word that the [[Injustice Guild]] are plotting a series of great crimes. The Streak passes out decoder rings to the Justice League members to anoint them as honorary members. Streak personally teams up with John Stewart to stop [[Sir Swami]] from stealing a necklace, though are unsuccessful as the villain escapes. During the Injustice Guild's balloon heist, he saves J'onn from falling with a whirlwind.
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As Flash and Black Siren are rescued and the Injustice Guild are put away, everyone returns to the mansion to find Green Lantern and Hawkgirl with grim news: The Justice Guild has been dead for decades. Streak and the rest of the guild is initially incredulous to the idea, but after J'onn reveals Ray's true nature, the sad truth dawns on them. Nevertheless, as they see the Justice League about to be killed by the nuclear mutant, Streak resolves that they will do what they have always done: Put their lives on the line to uphold justice. They help bring down Ray, whose mind powers finally give out and the illusion fails. The post-nuclear wasteland is revealed and Streak, along with the rest of the Justice Guild, fade away with a smile on their face.
   
 
== Background information ==
 
== Background information ==
   
The character of The Streak is based on the Golden Age Flash, Jay Garrick, with some costume differences: the helmet (Jay wears a WWI helmet given to him by his father emblazoned with wings like those on Flash's hood, not a pilot helmet), the pants (which are blue instead of red with yellow overshorts) and the lightning bolt on the shirt (which rises up from the bottom and takes up most of its main body).
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The character of The Streak is based on the Golden Age Flash, Jay Garrick, with some costume differences: the helmet (Jay wears a WWI helmet given to him by his father emblazoned with wings like those on Flash's hood, not a pilot helmet), the pants (which are blue instead of red with yellow overshorts) and the lightning bolt on the shirt (which rises up from the bottom and takes up most of its main body). In the last scene of "Legends, Part 1," Streak's headstone shows part of his name to be "Jay Gar-", with the rest cut off by the camera.
   
 
== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==

Revision as of 22:30, May 16, 2018

The Streak (real name unknown) was the speedster and apparent leader of the Justice Guild of America. He died along with the other members of the JGA during a war that destroyed most of their homeworld, but was encountered by the Justice League during their trip into their alternate dimension.

Biography

In an alternate timeline, the Streak and the rest of the Justice Guild were killed in a nuclear missile attack during the Cold War. Ray Thompson, mutated and given vast physic powers by the radiation, created a world where the Justice Guild never died and continued being superheroes.

After a battle with Lex Luthor's giant robot, Flash, J'onn J'onzz, Hawkgirl, and John Stewart were transported to this alternate timeline. After a misunderstanding, they briefly came to blows with the Justice Guild. The Flash was shocked to see there was a man who was as fast as him and the two speedsters briefly battled. Streak swiftly told everyone to stand down when he saw Green Lantern save someone from falling debris.

Both teams arrive at the Justice Guild's mansion and Streak leads his team in introductions and making the newcomers feel at home. Festivities are halted when the heroes receive word that the Injustice Guild are plotting a series of great crimes. The Streak passes out decoder rings to the Justice League members to anoint them as honorary members. Streak personally teams up with John Stewart to stop Sir Swami from stealing a necklace, though are unsuccessful as the villain escapes. During the Injustice Guild's balloon heist, he saves J'onn from falling with a whirlwind.

As Flash and Black Siren are rescued and the Injustice Guild are put away, everyone returns to the mansion to find Green Lantern and Hawkgirl with grim news: The Justice Guild has been dead for decades. Streak and the rest of the guild is initially incredulous to the idea, but after J'onn reveals Ray's true nature, the sad truth dawns on them. Nevertheless, as they see the Justice League about to be killed by the nuclear mutant, Streak resolves that they will do what they have always done: Put their lives on the line to uphold justice. They help bring down Ray, whose mind powers finally give out and the illusion fails. The post-nuclear wasteland is revealed and Streak, along with the rest of the Justice Guild, fade away with a smile on their face.

Background information

The character of The Streak is based on the Golden Age Flash, Jay Garrick, with some costume differences: the helmet (Jay wears a WWI helmet given to him by his father emblazoned with wings like those on Flash's hood, not a pilot helmet), the pants (which are blue instead of red with yellow overshorts) and the lightning bolt on the shirt (which rises up from the bottom and takes up most of its main body). In the last scene of "Legends, Part 1," Streak's headstone shows part of his name to be "Jay Gar-", with the rest cut off by the camera.

Appearances

Justice League

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