With superhuman speed, stamina, and reflexes, The Flash is undoubtedly one of the most interesting costumed crime-fighter out there. From racing up building's faces to multiverse hopping and interstellar travel, the Flash makes superhero action seem like a child's play.
One of the most loved characters from DC Comics, Flash has been immortalized off-screen and on-screen. Its recent incarnation is the popular CW's television series — The Flash.
Based on the immense fondness that we have for this character in red and yellow, we have collected some of the best Flash wallpapers in HD and 4K for desktop and mobile (Android and iPhone).
We hope you enjoy them.
To set the image as the wallpaper, click on the image and save or download it as per your screen resolution.
1. As Quick as the Flash
For the Flash fan in you, you can tweak the classic English idioms and phrases to your liking. If you ask me, "As swift as the Flash" sounds cooler then "As swift as the wind."
Did you know that Barry Allen introduced the concept of the Multiverse to DC Comics?
The red and gold theme in most wallpapers can be attributed to The Flash's costume. Not only can this costume resist friction and wind resistance, but can also be compressed inside a ring, which is a different story. The costume is chemically treated to shrink, and through a tiny switch on the ring, the costume can be released.
It's often said the color yellow inspires inquisitiveness and is also uplifting at the same time. A wallpaper with a yellow background with your favorite superhero occupying the foreground wins the game hands down.
I particularly loved this wallpaper because of its minimal design. The slightly angry face of Flash speaks volumes to add more depth to the image. Nothing like a minimal design, if you ask me.
Did you know that Barry Allen was originally a forensic scientist? Ironically, he was slow and often late. During a fateful night, a bolt of lightning shattered a case full of chemicals which then spills over Barry. Long story short, that's how Flash and his superhuman speed were born. Well, aren't most superheroes born this way? Except for Batman.
There's a whole lot of stuff going in this year's Arrowverse crossover. Bringing together the best of the superhero TV shows now, it kicks off with Supergirl and will continue the story in Arrow and The Flash.
There are two types of people in this world — one who love dark background and others who love exploring the various shades in the color spectrum. If you belong to the former category, what better way to show your love to the color than this image. Also, the desktop icons will be displayed neatly, all thanks to the slightly darker shade on the left side.
Were you aware that James Wan, director of Aquaman and The Conjuring 2, was originally given the chance of directing Flash in a movie? However, he went ahead with the Aquaman as The Flash has had a fair amount of screen space over the years.
If only we could get a fraction of the Flash's speed on our phones? Well, how we all wish! Meanwhile, enjoy this modern flash logo as your phone's wallpaper to charge your spirits every time you unlock it.
If you have a phone with an AMOLED display, you can benefit from the amount of black used in this image. As you may already know, in AMOLED screens when any of the pixels in the screen is set to black, it turns off and doesn’t emit any light, thus not only saving battery juice but also making the screen pitch-black.
The iconic Flash made his first appearance in Flash comics #1 in 1940. Instead of Barry Allen, it had the original Flash, Jay Garrick as the protagonist. Since then, this crime fighter in red and yellow has had his share of villains like Zoom, Murmur, and The Golden Glider.
So, which wallpaper did you pick? Let us know in the comments section, will ya?