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“LEGO DC Super Heroes: The Flash” is Fired (in Second Released Clip)

LEGO DC Super Heroes The Flash

Warner Bros Animation has released another clip and more stills from LEGO DC Super Heroes: The Flash, the direct-to-video movie available now on Blu-ray and DVD. The movie pits the Scarlet Speedster against his nemesis, the Reverse-Flash, who sends the Flash into a vicious time loop and sends his world spinning out of control, culminating in the dramatic moment in the clip above.

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