The Flash Professor

Professor Crag



climax scarlet structure
blur motion check (2)
flash vibrate brake (2)
justice barrier target (2)
evil conquer laboratory
fateful costume workshop (2)
reach criminal experiment
prison move (2) countryside
oh-oh thunder drive/drove/driven
stalk creation destruction
genius molecule meet/met/met (2)
secret scientist get/got/got
escape strength fast/faster/fastest
way mass (2) know/knew/known
bare pursuit think/thought/thought
clever come on message (2)
prop handcar throw/threw/thrown
wreak solid (2) break/broke/broken
bowl mass (2) fantastic (2)
shady cheer up monstrosity
yikes seal (2) find/found/found
doom human I’m off (2)
speed reverse vengeance
get set ring (2) Ready. Set. Go
phew careful emergency
tactic vibrate guardian (2)
rubble fair (3) trigger (2)
wilco get away disturb (2)
Earth in time man-made
world pass (3) make/made/made
sphere balance streak (2)
decoy close in switch (2)
spin through satellite (2)
fix get past off balance
all out look out end of the line
trick release reputation
cell (2) test (2)







A scarlet costume jets from his ring . . . and in a blur of motion, police scientist, Barry Allan, becomes The Flash, the world’s fastest human.

The Flash, whose speed enables him to vibrate through solid walls, and conquer the barriers of time and space, in the pursuit of evil-doers.

The Flash: scarlet speedster for justice!

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In his laboratory workshop outside Central City, the criminal scientist, Professor Crag reaches the climax of a fateful experiment.

Professor Crag, Criminal Scientist: “You my beauty are my greatest creation. Now, let’s test your powers.”

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Now as police scientist Barry Allen drives through the city,

Radio Announcement: “All cars emergency.”

Barry Allen, Police Scientist: “Oh-oh.”

Radio Announcement: “Giant robot reported stalking north countryside, causing mass destruction.”

Barry Allen, Police Scientist: “Wally, meet me at north countryside as Kid Flash!”

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Triggering a secret switch on his ring, Barry Allen releases the crimson costume of The Flash — world’s fastest human.

Professor Crag, Robot: “Hahaha! I have the strength to be known.

The Flash: “This way, Kid Flash!”

Professor Crag, Robot: “Eh?!?”

Kid Flash: “Yeawwwww!”

The Flash: “Got you!”

Professor Crag, Robot: “Haha! Think you can stop me?”

Kid Flash: “We sure can’t bring that baby down with our bare hands, Flash.”
The Flash: “No, but maybe we can bowl it over with those rocks!”
Kid Flash: “I get the message! Go-go-go, Flasher!”

Professor Crag, Robot: “Yahhhhh!”

Professor Crag, Robot: “They think they are clever. I’ll show that I’m even more clever!”

The Flash: “Come on, Kid Flash! Let’s get this handcar moving!

Throw the brakes, NOW!

Set in reverse direction!

And away we go!”

Kid Flash: “Now what, Flash?”
The Flash: “Only one man in the world could make such a fantastic robot.”
Kid Flash: “Professor Crag!”
The Flash: “On target!”
Kid Flash: “Let’s go!”

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Professor Crag: “A giant robot, here? Surely you wouldn’t think I’d create such a monstrosity?”

Kid Flash: “We know your shady reputation, Crag.”
The Flash: “We’re going to search this place.”

Professor Crag: “Hehehe!”
Kid Flash: “Yikes!”

Professor Crag: “Hahaha! Yes. Here is your giant robot. But by finding it, you have sealed your doom, for now my robot guardians will never let you out of here alive. Hahaha!

Now, I’m off to the science fair to wreak vengeance at those who scoffed at my robot creations.

The Flash: “Look out!”
Kid Flash: “Oh boy. How do we get out of that?”
The Flash: “Get set to streak through the second they stay open.

Ready. Set. Go!”

Kid Flash: “Phew!”
The Flash: “This way. Come on!

Careful now!”

The Flash: “Great thunder!”
Kid Flash: “More robots. Closing in on us.

Oh boy. Now we may never get to Crag.”

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Professor Crag, Robot: “Hahaha. The future of science fair. Soon it will be nothing but a mass of rubble.”

The Flash: “Our only escape is through the wall. Let’s go.”

Vibrating at the speed of light, their body molecules pass between the molecules of the wall, leaving their structures undisturbed.

Kid Flash: “Think we’re in time to stop Crag?”
The Flash: “We’ll know in a second.”

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Professor Crag, Robot: “Hah. Earth and her man-made satellites. A pretty place to start my destruction.

Next, the world itself. Ahahaha!”

The Flash: “Keep him off balance, Kid!”

Professor Crag, Robot: “You won’t get away again!”

The Flash: “Decoy tactic!”
Kid Flash: “Check!”
The Flash: “Spin the props.”
Kid Flash: “Wilco.”

Professor Crag: “I’ll fix you now. Let’s see you get past this sphere.”

Kid Flash: “Look out, Flash!”

The Flash: “End of the line!”
Kid Flash: “All out!”

The Flash: “He’s all yours, gentlemen.”

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Kid Flash: “No trick robots in this place, genius: just a plain, old cell.”
The Flash: “But cheer up, Crag. Think of all the time you’ll have to build bigger and better robots.”
Kid Flash: “Yeah. In the prison workshop.”

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1. The Flash is very, very strong. He is a very, vary powerful superhero. Is this entirely true, largely true, partially true, mostly false or totally false?

2. Is The Flash a good guy or a bad guy? Is Barry Allen a computer engineer? Are they best friends?

3. Did Professor Crag buy a robot from an electronics store?

4. While driving his car, Barry Allen heard his favorite song on the radio. Is this right or wrong? What did he hear on the radio?

5. When they met, did The Flash, Kid Flash and the robot become friends? Did they capture the robot?

6. The Flash and Kid Flash came to Professor Crag’s home and had tea and lunch together. Is this correct or incorrect?

7. Did the robot rob banks and jewelry stores?

8. In the end, Professor Crag escaped. Yes or no?
A. I wish I could learn, accomplish and do anything very quickly. True or false?

B. In your school or company, who is the fastest learner? Who can do things the fastest?

C. Do you wish you had a robot? If you had a robot, what could it do? If I had a robot, it could . . .

D. Are there criminal scientists? What do they do?

E. What might happen in the future?

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