When you bump onto something (including the ground, after a free fall), what causes tissue damage and hurts you is not the bump itself, but the rapid decelaration; this deceleration, according to Newton's second law of motion, causes a force, which in turn causes the damage.
So, it would seem at first that whatever deceleration is experienced by the Flash ...
From the Dictionary of Modern Proverbs:
Generals have a proverbial weakness for fighting the last war
In order to destroy Thanagarian hyper relay, Batman had to crash the Watch Tower into it.
In the aftermath I'm sure Batman and others were thinking "Wouldn't it have been great if we hadn't had to do that? What if we had a powerful energy canon instead,...
This has been an established part of Superman's characterization since his earliest comics. The implication being he had to "learn" to manage his strength from the time of his boyhood, and apply only the barest fraction of it to function in every day life, let alone to dealing with mortals in any type of physical situation. There are several instances of ...
You are confusing the anti-matter universe of Qward, which is a Green Lantern staple, with the dimension of Earth-2 (sometimes Earth-3) where the majority of people on Earth are evil-minded, Superman is Ultraman, Wonder Woman is Superwoman, Batman is Owlman, etc. Earth-2 is featured in JLA/Justice League comics.
The antimatter universe of Qward is where ...
Actually a few, a very few, normal persons have survived falling out of an airplane, or falling in a piece of an airplane, and reaching terminal velocity, and hitting the ground and decelerating rapidly.
Most of those very few survivors had extensive injuries.
So if a superhero has superpowers that ...
In the present Arrowverse, they have their own Justice League which consists of
White Canary(Sara Lance)
This Justice League was formed after the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths when the Earths of the different shows were combined to form a single Earth-Prime.
Currently, the shows ...