Flash (c) DC Comics
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The Flash sighed as he turned to look at his best friend, (y/n) sitting at a table with the rest of the Justice League and Avengers girls chatting about. They all laughed once in a while. He didn't want to spy on them but there was something nagging at him that he wanted to know.
"So (y/n)," She-Hulk said. "I've been wanting to know, you hang out with that Flash guy a lot do you?"
"Uh, yeah," (y/n) said. "He's my best friend. Well, we once we're a bit of friendly rivals considering he used to tease me about them but we're close now."
"How close though?" Hawkgirl giggled. "Ever since you've been part of us, I seen the eye you give him."
(Y/n) gulped. "Well, he's my best friend," she said. "Nothing more. I mean, why? Is it because of me hanging out with Pietro?"
Flash's heart dropped quickly as he heard the words "best friend" and en
The famous land of New York is, for the most part, a normal city. But one thing makes it different from most other cities - it's friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, who was always out there swinging around the city by a long thin web, searching for crime and saving the unfortubate. And, at this time, he was doing the same thing: flying, or rather, swinging through the city, looking down. He finally flung to the top of a building as he looked down. A bank heist was going on down below.
"Well, this looks like a job for you're friendly neighborhood Spider-Man-"
Peter was just barely able to finish his sentence as a red blur flashed by, and as soon as it passed, police cars drove in as the criminals were down, beaten by a mystery force. Spidey looked around as the flash continued along the corner of the road. Who was the red blur? A friend or a foe? Was it even a person? Spi