"Through a Glass, Darkly": The Flash finds himself trapped in the Mirror World with the Mirror Master, who agrees to help Flash escape only if he helps him find a lookalike of his deceased girlfriend, Emelia. Flash is able to contac
- The problem is... a'm in love.
Appearing in "Through a Glass, Darkly"
- Emelia (Mary Anders)
- Costa Grande
Synopsis for "Through a Glass, Darkly"
The Flash finds himself trapped in the Mirror World with the Mirror Master, who agrees to help Flash escape only if he helps him find a lookalike of his deceased girlfriend, Emelia. Flash is able to contact Linda Park, who works with Oracle to track down Mary Anders.
Impulse takes Linda to Mary's house, and they learn that Mary is really Emelia, who went into witness protection after she testified against Mirror Master. She has been living in isolation ever since, careful to avoid all mirrors and reflective surfaces. But when Impulse washes the grime off his goggles, that gives Mirror Master the opportunity to return to his old girlfriend.
Mirror Master pulls Impulse into the Mirror World, but he and Flash escape by destroying all mirrors until only the doorway out remains. When they return to the real world, they find a distraught Mirror Master, who can't bear to see how terrified Emelia is of him. The cops soon arrive to take Mirror Master away, and Emelia finally feels free to live her life.
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