With superhuman speed, stamina and reflexes, The Flash is undoubtedly one of the most attractive costumed criminal fighters out there. From racing in the face of buildings to multiverse jumps and interstellar travel, the Flash makes superhero action seem like child’s play.
One of the most beloved characters from DC Comics, the Flash has been immortalized off-screen and on-screen. Its latest incarnation is the popular CW television series — The Flash.
Based on the huge fondness we have for these red and yellow characters, we’ve rounded up some of the best Flash wallpapers in HD and 4K for desktop and mobile (Android and iPhone).
We hope you enjoy it.
To set an image as wallpaper, click on the image and save or download it according to your screen resolution.
1. Fast as Flash
For the Flash fan in you, you can tweak classic English idioms and phrases to your liking. If you ask me, “Fast as Lightning” sounds cooler than “Fast as wind”.
Did you know that Barry Allen introduced the Multiverse concept to DC Comics?
2. Fire and Ice
If you’re looking for a wallpaper that depicts the maximum speed of Flash, this image is your best shot, and will surely motivate you to stay alert throughout the day.
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3. Fast and Sure
The red and gold theme in most of the wallpapers can be related to The Flash costume. This costume can not only withstand friction and wind resistance, but can also be compressed in the ring, which is a different story. The costume is chemically treated to shrink, and through a small switch on the ring, the costume can be removed.
4. It’s in the Name
It is often said that the color yellow inspires curiosity and is also uplifting. Wallpaper on a yellow background with your favorite superhero occupying the foreground wins this game.
I really like this wallpaper for its minimal design. Flash’s slightly angry face speaks volumes for adding depth to the image. Unlike minimal design, if you ask me.
5. Come on!
Did you know that Barry Allen was originally a forensic scientist? Ironically, he was slow and often late. On that fateful night, a lightning strike destroys a box full of chemicals which then spills over to Barry. Long story short, that’s how Flash and his super speed were born. Well, aren’t most superheroes born like this? Except Batman.
6. Another World
There’s a lot going on in the Arrowverse crossover this year. Bringing together the best of today’s superhero TV shows, it started with Supergirl and will continue the story in Arrow and The Flash.
7. Fast as the Wind
There are two types of people in this world — one who likes dark backgrounds and another who likes to explore different shades of the color spectrum. If you fall into the former category, what better way to show your love for color than this image. Also, the desktop icons will display neatly, all thanks to the slightly darker shadow on the left side.
8. Double Drama
Did you know that James Wan, director of Aquaman and The Conjuring 2, was originally given the opportunity to direct the Flash in a film? However, he continued with Aquaman because The Flash has had quite a bit of screen space over the years.
9. Get Speedster on Your Phone
If only we could get a fraction of the speed of Flash on our phones? Well, how we all hope! Meanwhile, enjoy this modern flash logo as your phone wallpaper to fill your spirits every time you open it.
[Spoiler] Are you aware that Barry Allen died saving the multiverse? Also, the fact that he’s not the first Flash?
11. Crisis in Infinite Earths
If you have a phone with an AMOLED display, you can take advantage of the amount of black used in this image. As you probably already know, in AMOLED screens when any of the pixels on the screen is set to black, it turns off and doesn’t emit any light, thus not only saving battery power but also making the screen pitch black.
12. Red or Yellow?
Looking for an old world comic book-like wallpaper with heroes and villains in the same frame? If yes, this image will serve your purpose well.
Reverse Flash is considered to be Flash’s nemesis and can travel at superhuman speed, just like his foes.
13. What About the Childish Pleasure Side?
Who doesn’t love superhero babies? Besides (don’t kill me for saying this) being adorable, they also make great desktop accessories.
Faster. Faster. Stronger.
The iconic Flash made his first appearance in comic Flash #1 in 1940. Instead of Barry Allen, the original Flash, Jay Garrick was the protagonist. Since then, this red and yellow-clad crime fighter has had plenty of baddies like Zoom, Murmur, and The Golden Glider.
So, which wallpaper do you choose? Let us know in the comments section, ok?
Last updated on January 15, 2019
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