I'm not going tp ist every character with super-speed, jusst the ones for whom super-speed is ther main thing.

 

  1. Anatole of Red Trinity
  2. Bebeck of Red Trinity
  3. Berthold “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen”
  4. Billie Whizz
  5. Billy Whizz
  6. Blitzen "New Reichsmen"
  7. Bluestreak (Blue Kelso)
  8. The Blur (Stanley Stewart)
  9. Blurstreak “Love & Capes”
  10. The Boom (Judy Garrick)
  11. Captain Swift “Earth-12”
  12. Cassiopeia of Red Trinity
  13. Cheetara
  14. The Crash “Justa Lotta Animals”
  15. Daphne Millbrook “Heroes”
  16. Dash (Dashell Parr)
  17. Dawn Allen “Tornado Twins”
  18. Don Allen “Tornado Twins”
  19. Doralla Kon
  20. Fastback (Timmy Joe Terrapin)
  21. FastForward (“Buried Alien”)
  22. The Flash I (Jay Garrick) “Golden Age”
  23. The Flash II (Barry Allen)
  24. The Flash III (Race Morrison)
  25. The Flash IV (Wally West)
  26. The Flash V (Tanaka Rei)
  27. The Flash VI (Walter West)
  28. The Flash VII (Danica Williams)
  29. The Flash VIII (Mary Maxwell) Just Imagine
  30. The Flash IX (John Fox)
  31. The Flash X (Avery Ho)
  32. The Flash XI (Jess Chambers) Future State
  33. The Flashraptor Jurassic League
  34. Flashy Flash One-Punch Man
  35. Hermod “Marvel”
  36. Impala (M’Bulaze)
  37. Impulse I (Bart Allen)
  38. Impulse II (Irey West)
  39. Ingenium (Tenya Ida)
  40. Itsuki Aasu Puni Puni Poemy
  41. Jack B. Quick (Harold Christos)
  42. Jesse Quick (Jesse Chambers)
  43. Johnny Quick I (Johnny Chambers)
  44. Johnny Quick II “Earth-Three”
  45. Kid Comet “Space Stars”
  46. Kid Flash I (Iris West II)
  47. Kid Flash II (Wallace R. West) Rebirth
  48. Kwicky Koala
  49. Lady Flash (Ivana Molotova)
  50. Lightning (Guy Gilbert)
  51. Makkari
  52. Max Mercury “DC Comics”
  53. Meanstreak (Henri Huang)
  54. Mercury I “Space Sentinels”
  55. Mercury II (Pietro Allen)
  56. Mister Marathon “The Boys”
  57. Momenta "Marvel"
  58. M.P.H. (Michael Hendrie)
  59. Nonstop (Madeleine Michaels)
  60. Outrun (Lily)
  61. Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff)
  62. The Quickster “Spongebob Squarepants”
  63. Race Noble “The Nobles”
  64. The Red Rush (Josef)
  65. The Reverse-Flash (Adrian Zoom)
  66. The Rival (Edward Clariss)
  67. The Road-Runner WB
  68. Runaround Sue “DC Comics”
  69. Savitar “DC Comics”
  70. Sir Bohart
  71. Sonic the Hedgehog
  72. Speed (Tommy Shepherd)
  73. The Speed Demon (James Sanders)
  74. Speed Freak “Love Syndicate”
  75. The Speeding Bullet (Gerald Smith)
  76. Speed-O'-Sound Sonic One-Punch Man
  77. Speedy Gonzales
  78. Spitfire (Jacqueline Falsworth)
  79. Stephanie Powell “No Ordinary Family”
  80. The Streak “Justice Guild of America”
  81. Super Sabre (Martin Fletcher)
  82. Thialfi “Marvel”
  83. Thunderbolt (William Carver)
  84. Velocity (Carin Taylor)
  85. Well-Spoken Sonic Lightning Flash (Keigo)
  86. The Whiz “Amalgam Comics”
  87. Whiz Kid "Marvel"
  88. The Whizzer I (Robert Frank)
  89. The Whizzer II (Stanley Stewart)
  90. XS (Jenni Ognats)
  91. “Yo-Yo” Rdriguez
  92. Zig-Zag "Marvel"
  93. Zipper “The Mates”
  94. Der Zyklon “DC Comics”

 

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The Tornado Twins, Don and Dawn Allen. I think that when they were originally introduced (in Adventure #373), they were said to be 30th-century descendants of Barry and Iris Allen, but this was later changed to children born after the couple travelled to the 30th century before the Crisis on Infinite Earths.

I don't know their post-Crisis status.

They became the parents of XS and Impulse, respectively (or vice versa)!

Peter Wrexham said:

The Tornado Twins, Don and Dawn Allen. I think that when they were originally introduced (in Adventure #373), they were said to be 30th-century descendants of Barry and Iris Allen, but this was later changed to children born after the couple travelled to the 30th century before the Crisis on Infinite Earths.

I don't know their post-Crisis status.

In Norse mythology, THJALFI was the servant of Thor and the swiftest of men, while Marvel dubbed minor deity HERMOD the god of speed!

I can think of a few. There's Yo-Yo from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Kid Comet from Hanna-Barbera's Space Stars seemed to have super speed powers, albeit while turning into a living comet.

Speed Demon from Amalgam Comics (Blaze Allen).

Mercury from Amalgam Comics (Pietro Allen).

The Flash of the Lawless League of Earth-A (Justice League of America #38.)

Demon from the Justice Machine claimed to be the fastest man alive.

Hanna-Barbera's Kwiky Koala.

Cannonball of the New Mutants.

Will add.

Philip Portelli said:

There's THUNDERBOLT (William Carver), a minor speedster from Power Man #41 (Ma'77).


Will add.


Philip Portelli said:

And SUPER SABRE, a retconned World War II speedster from Uncanny X-Men #215! 

Never seen any Spongebob, but OK.

Philip Portelli said:

Then there's Spongebob Squarepants as...The QUICKSTER!

Good ones!

Peter Wrexham said:

The Tornado Twins, Don and Dawn Allen. I think that when they were originally introduced (in Adventure #373), they were said to be 30th-century descendants of Barry and Iris Allen, but this was later changed to children born after the couple travelled to the 30th century before the Crisis on Infinite Earths.

I don't know their post-Crisis status.

I'll add 'em both.

Philip Portelli said:

In Norse mythology, THJALFI was the servant of Thor and the swiftest of men, while Marvel dubbed minor deity HERMOD the god of speed!

  1. Will add Yo-Yo
  2. Will add Kid Comet
  3. Maybe I'm splitting hairs , but with Blaze allen, I feel as though his speed is just a part of a larger power set.
  4. Will add Pietro Allen
  5. Will add Race Morrison
  6. Demon is another one who doesn't seem to be a "speedster" as such.
  7. Will add Kwicky Koala
  8. Sam Guthrie is another one who doesn't seem  like a "speedster" as such.

Thanks again for the suggestions, folks!

Eric L. Sofer said:

I can think of a few. There's Yo-Yo from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Kid Comet from Hanna-Barbera's Space Stars seemed to have super speed powers, albeit while turning into a living comet.

Speed Demon from Amalgam Comics (Blaze Allen).

Mercury from Amalgam Comics (Pietro Allen).

The Flash of the Lawless League of Earth-A (Justice League of America #38.)

Demon from the Justice Machine claimed to be the fastest man alive.

Hanna-Barbera's Kwiky Koala.

Cannonball of the New Mutants.

The Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway law firm from She-Hulk employs/had employed three "super-swift" couriers named MOMENTA, WHIZ KID and ZIG ZAG.

Added:

  1. Dawn Allen
  2. Don Allen
  3. The Flash (Race Morrison)
  4. Hermod
  5. Kid Comet
  6. Kwicky Koala
  7. Mercury (Pietro Allen)
  8. The Quickster
  9. Speed freak
  10. Super Sabre
  11. Thialfi
  12. Thunderbolt
  13. Yo-Yo Rodriguez

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