However, this was passed off as an accident and any suspicion of Parker actually being Spider-Man was moved onto Flash himself due to events involving the Living Brain. The only exception was a boxing match between the two in the school gym, where Peter evaded Flash's punches with his reflexes and knocked him out with a single punch.
When Harry Osborn became the Green Goblin and found out about his secret identity, he blew up Peter's apartment and kidnapped Flash, Mary Jane and Peter's Aunt May before being defeated by Spider-Man.
Later, Sha Shan returned to the United States as Sister Sun, the reluctant bride of cult leader Brother Power, himself a pawn of the evil Man-Beast.
Eugene "Flash" Thompson was a former classmate of Peter Parker. Flash was physically abused by his alcoholic father, leading to Flash's own violent, bullying nature.
He lived with his father Harrison Thompson, a police officer in the New York Police Department, his mother Rosie Thompson and his little sister Jesse.
Venom was attacked by Kraven the Hunter, who believing that the Spider's Shadow would be able to end his curse.
Upon learning his opponent was handicapped, Kraven was outraged and attempted to kill Flash outright to assuage his honor, but was carried away by a swarm of giant bats. However, the symbiote returned to Flash much to his surprise, assuring him that it won't abandon him and reminding him that they still have a mission to complete.
Flash was bonded with the symbiote, recently acquired by the U. government after Mac Gargan's arrest after the Siege of Asgard.
While bonded, Flash was able to reproduce his legs and had powers comparable to Spider-Man.
Thompson was sent to the Eastern European country Nrosvekistan to recover Dr.
Ekmecic, a specialist in developing weapons made from Antarctic Vibranium.
formerly Guardians of the Galaxy, Mania (Andrea Benton, Agents of the Cosmos, 803, Avengers (Honorary), temporary partner of Toxin, Jack O' Lantern, and Red Hulk, Thunderbolts (Red Hulk), Secret Avengers, Project: Rebirth 2.0, Midtown High School, U. army, ally of the Mercury Team Coaching the life and death struggle in terms straight out of the glory day playbook... Flash was Midtown High's star quarterback, where his speed on the football field earned him the lifelong nickname "Flash".