Runners! The fastest runners of the multi-verses!

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  • The best Flash from DC Comics, Barry Allen.

  • Marvel Comics most famous speedster.

  • A speedster from Big Bang Comics.

  • A female speedster from Top Cow/ Image comics.

  • A speedster from Top Cow/ City of Heroes comics.

  • A DC speedster that inspired Barry Allen to be the hero known as the Flash.

  • A Marvel comics character whose power is to..well run very fast.

  • An Image Comics Wildguard speedster.

  • She is the fastest of the Thundercats.

  • A Crossgen Comics character who had many powers, but she did favor speed over her other powers.

  • The fastest Eternal in the Marvel Universe.

  • A speedster from the Noble Family in Image Comics.

  • A speedster from the Next Men in Dark Horse Comics.

  • An alternate realitiy version of the original Wally West: The Flash in DC Comics.

  • The golden age Whizzer in Marvel Comics.

  • A DC Comics speedster.

  • A runner from Image Comics' Wildguard series.

  • The Autobot speedster from the Transformers universe.

  • An amalgamation of DC Comics' Flash and Marvel Comics' Cannonball. He is presumably a speedster.

  • One of DC's many speedsters.

  • A Marvel Comics' speedster created as a spoof of Berry Allen: The Flash from DC Comics.

  • A Dynamite Entertainment speedster.

  • From Marvel Comics' 2099 universe it's Meanstreak!.

  • This speedster is an amalgamation of Quicksilver and Johnny Quick.

  • The arch-nemesis of Berry Allen: The Flash from DC Comics.

  • A villainous mutant speedster from Marvel Comics.

  • He may or may not be an actual speedster, but this Transformer's name seems to imply super-speed.

  • An amalgamation of Ghost Rider and Flash.

  • A speedster from the future in DC Comics.

  • Also known as Impulse from DC Comics.

  • A member of the Visionaries who is their fastest member.

  • From DC Comics a speedster who is the daughter of Johnny Quick.

  • A Marvel Comics speedster who is a member of Squadron Supreme.

  • Barry Allen's speedster twin in the DC Universe.

  • A Marvel Comics speedster.

  • A speedster from Image Comics' Extreme Studios.

  • One version of DC's anti-matter universe Flash.

  • A Marvel Comics speedster. He is one of Scarlet Witch's children.

  • A Disney character from the movie "The Incredibles"

  • A Russian speedster from DC Comics.

  • A Russian speedster from DC Comics.

  • A Russian speedster from DC Comics.

  • From Marvel Comics' 616 universe is a super fast criminal.

  • A Marvel Comics speedster from France.

  • A Marvel Comics villain who gets his powers from a powered suit and a drug.

  • From DC Comics is a speedster from one of DC's alternate dimensions that seems to be an imitation of Marvel's Quicksilver.

  • From Skybound Studios of Image Comics comes a speedster who seems to be an imitation of DC's Flash.

  • From Wildstorm comics is a speedster who started in WWII but seemed to be stuck in a VR world.

  • This Tower Comics character is a member of T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents.

  • A speedster from AC Comics.

  • A speedster from DC Comics.

  • A Bib Bang Comics speedster.

  • He started out as a Lev Gleason character. Now he is a Dynamite Entertainment character.

  • A Marvel Comics speedster. This villainess is a member of the Serpent Squad and Serpent Society.

  • An America's Bets Comics speedster.

  • A DC Comics speedster.

  • A Wildstorm/DC Comics speedster.

  • A speedster from Marvel's MC2 Universe.

  • From Continuity Comics. This character's name implies super speed.

  • From DC Comics. She is the daughter of Wally West (the real one with red hair) and Linda Park. She has taken the name "Impulse".

  • From Amalgam Comics. The amalgamated result is a Kid Flash equivalent.

  • From Amalgam Comics. The amalgamation of DC's Jay Garrick and Marvel's Whizzer.

  • From Amalgam Comics. The amalgamation of Marvel's Quicksilver and DC's Impulse.

  • From Image Comics/ Extreme Studios. A speedster on the Youngblood team.

  • A Marvel Comics speedster.

  • From Amalgam Comics an amalgamated Marvel and DC character.

  • From cartoons and later into comics published by DC Comics. Beep Beep the speedster.

  • A Dark Horse Comics speedster.

  • An Image Comics/ Skybound Studios speedster.

  • A DC Comics anthropomorphic speedster who appears to be a tortoise.

  • A Wildstorm/ DC Comics speedster.

  • An Image Comics/ Top Cow Studios speedster.

  • An Amalgam Comics speedster.

  • A Wildstorm/ DC Comics speedster.

  • An AC Comics speedster.

  • From Wildstorm/ DC Comics.

  • From Antarctic Press. One of this were-cheetah's powers is super speed.

  • An Image Comics speedster.

  • A speedster from Heroic Publishing

  • A Milestone/ DC Comics speedster.

  • From Antarctic Press. One of this were-cheetah's powers is super speed.

  • From Sega (video games) and Archie Comics is a super speedster. Sonic the Hedgehog.

  • A Marvel Comics speedster.

  • In the public domain. The Greek God of speed.

  • From Sega (video games) and Archie Comics is a super speedster. This is Sonics friend.

  • A speedster from Avatar Press.

  • A Marvel Comics speedster.

  • In the public domain. This is the Roman god of speed, Rome's counterpart to Greece's Hermes.

  • From Sega (video games) and Archie Comics is a super speedster. If he's anything like Sonic then he has super speed.

  • A DC Comics speedster.

  • A Marvel Comics speedster.

  • A Dynamite Entertainment speedster.

  • From Antarctic Press. One of this were-cheetah's powers is super speed.

  • From Sega (video games) and Archie Comics is a super speedster. One of this characters super powers is super speed.

  • A DC Comics speedster.

  • A DC Comics speedster.

  • A DC Comics speedster.

  • A DC Comics speedster.

  • A DC Comics speedster. Barry Allen's original sidekick, Kid Flash.

  • A DC Comics speedster.