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He also operates as a lone superhero in his hometown, Blue Valley, Nebraska, when not partnering with the Flash.
This costume was later altered (in The Flash #135 (1963)) to one that would make him more visually distinctive.
In addition to his appearances within the Flash title, the character was a founding member of the newly created Teen Titans, where he became friends with Dick Grayson, then known as Robin, later known as Nightwing.
Sometime later, Wally contracted a mysterious illness that affected his entire bodily system; the more he used his speed powers, the faster his body deteriorated.
This was caused by the fact that Wally was a boy when the electrified chemicals altered his body, which was still developing and maturing (as opposed to Barry Allen, who was already an adult when his accident occurred).
As such, as Wally's body matured, his altered body chemistry was slowly killing him.
He made his first appearance as the Kid Flash in the Flash #110 in 1959.
In 2011, IGN ranked Wally West #8 on their list of the "Top 100 Super Heroes of All Time", ahead of any other speedsters, stating that "Wally West is one of the DCU's greatest heroes, even if he does not rank as the original Scarlet Speedster".
His physical appearance is generally a redhead with green eyes, and is generally portrayed with a lighthearted, comical, and caring personality.
Wally has an important role as the Flash in DC Rebirth (2016).
Wally made his live-action debut in the second season of The Flash, as portrayed by Keiynan Lonsdale, but did not adopt the Kid Flash identity until season three.
Wally West was created by John Broome and Carmine Infantino and introduced in The Flash #110 (1959).
A difficult encounter with a particularly vicious foe, the first Reverse-Flash (Eobard Thawne).