Linda Park (DC)

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===Flash===
 
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Afterwards, Linda was taken to S.T.A.R. Labs for a medical check-up to make sure that she was well after the Thinker taking control of her where she discovered that she was pregnant. (Flash v2 #188)
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===Post-Flashpoint===
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Following the Flashpoint, a new version of reality was created with a different history of events.
  
 
==Overview==
 
==Overview==
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===Television===
 
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*In The Flash, Linda Park made an appearance on the live-action series where she first appeared in the pilot played by actor Olivia Cheng but later returned in a recurring role where she was played by actor Malese Jow. In the episode "The Darkness and the Light", the Earth-2 Doctor Light was that world's Linda Park who operated as a thief until she became a Metahuman and gained the ability to manipulate light. Though becoming a criminal, she was noted to not kill and fought numerous battles with [[Jay Garrick (The Flash)|Jay Garrick]]. This was until Earth-2 Park was taken by [[Zoom (The Flash)|Zoom]] through the breach onto Earth-1 where she was sent to kill Barry Allen. Doctor Light was shown to be scared of Zoom and intended to escape where she sought to kill Earth-1's counterpart to take her place. This eventually brought her into a conflict with Earth-1 Flash where she was defeated with the assistance of Earth-2 [[Harrison Wells]].
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*In The Flash, Linda Park made a cameo appearance in the 1990s live-action television series where she was portrayed by actor Mariko Tse.
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*In Justice League Unlimited, Linda Park appeared in the animated television series set in the DC Animated Universe during the episode "Flash and Substance" where she was voiced by actor Kim Mai Guest.
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*In The Flash, Linda Park made an appearance on the live-action series set in the Arrowverse where she first appeared in the pilot played by actor Olivia Cheng but later returned in a recurring role where she was played by actor Malese Jow. In the episode "The Darkness and the Light", the Earth-2 Doctor Light was that world's Linda Park who operated as a thief until she became a Metahuman and gained the ability to manipulate light. Though becoming a criminal, she was noted to not kill and fought numerous battles with [[Jay Garrick (The Flash)|Jay Garrick]]. This was until Earth-2 Park was taken by [[Zoom (The Flash)|Zoom]] through the breach onto Earth-1 where she was sent to kill Barry Allen. Doctor Light was shown to be scared of Zoom and intended to escape where she sought to kill Earth-1's counterpart to take her place. This eventually brought her into a conflict with Earth-1 Flash where she was defeated with the assistance of Earth-2 [[Harrison Wells]].
  
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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*''Flash v2'':
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*''Flash Forward v1'':
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
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*[https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Linda_Park DC Database Entry]
 
*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linda_Park_(comics) Wikipedia Entry]
 
*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linda_Park_(comics) Wikipedia Entry]
  

Revision as of 08:50, 23 May 2020

Linda Park is a female comic character who features in DC Comics

Contents

Biography

Origin

Linda Park

Flash

Afterwards, Linda was taken to S.T.A.R. Labs for a medical check-up to make sure that she was well after the Thinker taking control of her where she discovered that she was pregnant. (Flash v2 #188)

Post-Flashpoint

Following the Flashpoint, a new version of reality was created with a different history of events.

Overview

Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

Notes

  • Linda Park was created by William Messner-Loebs and Greg LaRocque where she made her first appearance in Flash v2 #28 (July, 1989).

Alternate Versions

  • In Countdown Presents: Lord Havok and the Extremists v1 #3 (2008), an alternate version of Linda Park was shown as being the Flash from her world who joined Monarch's Multiversal army that sought to challenge the Monitors with her accompanying several warriors to attack Tracer of the Extremists.
  • In Flash Forward v1 #4 (2019), an alternate version of Linda Park was shown to inhabit a world within the Multiverse. This version had access to the Speed Force and became a speedster who took the superhero name Lightspeed. Though capable of incredible speed, she was unable to travel across universes and came to meet Wally West during his own travels across the Multiverse. The two worked together to save two Earth's from crashing into each other where Lightspeed saw Wally's memories. She shared a kiss with him before he departed to continue his own travels to reunite with his Linda Park.

In other media

Television

  • In The Flash, Linda Park made a cameo appearance in the 1990s live-action television series where she was portrayed by actor Mariko Tse.
  • In Justice League Unlimited, Linda Park appeared in the animated television series set in the DC Animated Universe during the episode "Flash and Substance" where she was voiced by actor Kim Mai Guest.
  • In The Flash, Linda Park made an appearance on the live-action series set in the Arrowverse where she first appeared in the pilot played by actor Olivia Cheng but later returned in a recurring role where she was played by actor Malese Jow. In the episode "The Darkness and the Light", the Earth-2 Doctor Light was that world's Linda Park who operated as a thief until she became a Metahuman and gained the ability to manipulate light. Though becoming a criminal, she was noted to not kill and fought numerous battles with Jay Garrick. This was until Earth-2 Park was taken by Zoom through the breach onto Earth-1 where she was sent to kill Barry Allen. Doctor Light was shown to be scared of Zoom and intended to escape where she sought to kill Earth-1's counterpart to take her place. This eventually brought her into a conflict with Earth-1 Flash where she was defeated with the assistance of Earth-2 Harrison Wells.

Appearances

  • Flash v2:
  • Flash Forward v1:

External Links

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