- I'm the Flash... the fastest woman alive and if I pour on the speed ... I'll have all the time in the world...
- -- Teri Magnus src
In the 31st Century Teri and her twin brother Terry comprised the Wonder Twins and worked under Ariel Masters on The Project - a series of research which aimed to resurrect the 21st Century Justice League. After Ariel left the project the Twins became the heads of Cadmus and The Project, continuing the research and cloning the heroes.
With the team resurrected the Twins took the role of team management and sent them on a series of missions against the Five, a criminal organisation controlling the universe. The first few confrontations with members of the Five left the League damaged with Locus killing The Flash - whom the Twins re-resurrected later - and splitting up the team.
All seemed dire for the heroes, especially when Teri's twin, Terry, revealed himself to be the founder of the Five and he snaps Teri's neck to prove his point.
Ariel - having found the team earlier - surrenders herself to Terry and secretly resurrects Teri using the Flash's DNA and therefore imbuing Teri with his super speed which she uses to fight her brother and ultimately the Leaguers take down the Five.
For reasons unknown, Terri has traveled to the present day along with Tina Sung and works for former Blue Beetle, Ted Kord as his assistant. She is also the personal physician of Ted's reluctant successor and apprentice, Jaime Reyes.
- Speed Force Conduit: People who, for whatever reason, are connected to the Speed Force are sometimes called Speed Force Conduits. This means that they are connected to the Speed Force and are tethered to it.
- Accelerated Healing: The Speed Force connection allows the speedster's body recover from injury much faster than normal.
- Enhanced Senses: The Speed Force enhances the speedster's senses, allowing them to perceive the world at a rate attuned how fast they can react.
- Phasing: Speed Force conduits can tap into the Speed Force to vibrate their molecules in a way to achieve intangibility for short bursts, allowing them to phase through objects.
- Speed Force Aura: The Speed Force also manifests an aura around the speedster and whatever they are carrying, protecting them from adverse effects of their speed, such a friction with the air.
- Superhuman Stamina: While not unlimited, the connection to the Speed Force does bolster the speedsters stamina well beyond the limits of a normal human.
- Superhuman Speed: The main effect of the connection is to allow a speedster to move at vast superhuman speeds. This also confers:
- Vortex Creations: Speed Force conduits are able to create vortices of air by running in circles or rotating their extremities at super-speed. These vortices can be used for a number of effects.
- 39 Appearances of Teri Magnus (Justice League 3000)
- 9 Images featuring Teri Magnus (Justice League 3000)
- 3 Quotations by or about Teri Magnus (Justice League 3000)
- Character Gallery: Teri Magnus (Justice League 3000)
- ↑ Justice League 3000 #1
- ↑ Justice League 3000 #3
- ↑ Justice League 3000 #7
- ↑ Justice League 3000 #9
- ↑ Being a speed force conduit conveys some core powers as demonstrated by Barry Allen and Wally West.
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Flash (Volume 2) #1
- ↑ Flash (Volume 2) #76
- ↑ Flash (Volume 2) #63
- ↑ Flash (Volume 2) #2
- ↑ Flash (Volume 2) #74
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