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"I feel alive, I feel alive."
—Mirror Iris' last words to Barry Allen[src]

Iris West-Allen, nicknamed Mirror-Iris by Allegra Garcia,[1] was an entity who is the mirrored doppelgänger and a cloned counterpart of Iris West-Allen. She was originally from the Mirrorverse and shared the same memories as the original Iris, but embodied a few traits in opposition to her Earth-Prime counterpart. She manipulated the real Iris’s friends and family, secretly working with Eva McCulloch towards an ulterior motive.

Biography

Creation

This version of Iris was created as a duplicate of Iris by a mirror affected by dark matter. She pulled Iris into the Mirrorverse and took her place on Earth-Prime. She assumed the role of the original Iris West-Allen and filled in the blanks with Barry Allen on the real Iris's disappearance, all the while cooking for him.[2]

Stopping Amunet Black

Amunet Black's criminal organization (Earth-Prime)

Iris allied with Amunet Black.

Later, she took Barry out to dinner when both were attacked by Amunet Black. They were blackmailed into letting her get away with her theft. This led to Iris taking drastic measures in order to find Amunet and stop her, even teaming up with her in order to stop her. Barry felt it was too dangerous, but "Iris" argued she could accomplish this without him. However eventually, the two worked together in order to stop both Goldface and Amunet by getting them to make up. Later, Iris and Barry made up themselves on their issues back at their apartment, with the clone looking at the real Iris West through a mirror into the Mirrorverse.[2]

Secret plan

"Dad, Carver is mine! You just can't shut me out!"
—Iris loses her temper[src]

Though she was able to get the mirror gun from Joe,[3] she had a harder time getting information from him that she could use against Joseph Carver, because Joe did not want Carver's lawyers to have any legal excuse against the R.I.C.O. case he was building. Since Iris used a disrespectful tone when arguing with him, she invited Joe to lunch to apologize; however, Iris purposefully told him an incorrect meeting time to get him away from his office long enough for her to access his computers. While she was in his office, Joe called her phone to tell her that she was late for lunch, so she finished her infiltration and went to meet him Later, Mirror Iris' arms were covered in burns: her arms duplicated the burns that Eva had suffered. Eva explained to her that she did it to keep her from being discovered.[4]

When Wally West returned, she pretended to be happy for his return. When Kamilla took a photo of them in The Citizen's office, Mirror Iris instructed her to delete the image by claiming that Black Hole could come after them. Eventually, Kamilla attempts to do so, but her camera made a special request for a prismatic filter, causing Kamilla to see Iris' true form. In retaliation, Iris sends Kamilla to the Mirrorverse;[5] and she is replaced by "Kamilla".

Eva commands Mirror Iris and Mirror Kamilla

"Iris" and "Kamilla" talk with Eva.

She and "Kamilla" talk to their mother Eva McCulloch and are instructed to proceed toward her liberation from the Mirrorverse. While she is talking, Eva scratches as her neural dissonance shows; both Mirror clones do the same.

Iris and "Kamilla" go to Mercury Labs using the alibi that they want an interview with Tina McGee; their true desire is to follow Eva's will and procure the Prismatic refractor that is there. Before they can get to the item, Sunshine attacks, causing Iris to call upon the Flash for assistance, but the refractor falls into police custody.

Iris talked Barry into using his brain instead of using his speed to stop Sunshine from retrieving the item, citing that Meta-humans have limits when they are dependent on their powers.

"Kamilla" brings the refractor to Iris.[6]

Iris goes with Barry, Cecile Horton and "David Singh" to the crash site where Joe West is; someone cut his brakes and he discovered it while driving. Though she is pretending to be his daughter, she says very little and listens as the others talk. She does however report to Eva that Barry is losing his speed; Eva tells her to do whatever is necessary to accelerate the process.

Iris is informed by "David" that Joe has gone into witness protection; when Barry returns to his apartment, Iris begins an argument with him about how insensitive it was for him to have Joe leave without her being able to say goodbye. She even purposefully hurts him by saying that they have now both lost their fathers. Ultimately, Barry is told that he can no longer stay there; Iris then slams the door.[7]

Visiting Ramsey Rosso

"All that matters is Eva's will. Follow orders and assure her success; that's all I want."
—Iris talking to her "siblings"[src]

After Barry was banished from his and Iris's loft,[7] he realized Iris was impersonated. He attempted to expose her with a prismatic filter, but Eva had reprogrammed the device so that it would "reveal" Barry as the duplicate instead.

Eva McCulloch's team

Visiting Ramsey Russo

Mirror Iris told her "siblings", Kamilla and David, about how she fooled Barry while they placed mirrors throughout the apartment. They then went to see Ramsey Rosso in order to get a blood sample from him; however, once Ramsey was freed by the sacrifice of Kamilla, Ramsey attacked Iris. She was forced by Ramsey to admit that she no longer wanted to be an extension of Eva, but to be her own person. For her admission, Ramsey stopped his attack, complimented Iris, and yielded the sample.[8]

Death

Mirror Iris feels alive

Mirror Iris dies with Eva watching from the mirror behind her.

Upon Barry's release by Cecile from the pipeline, he caught Mirror Iris stating to Eva that success was assured, as she placed some of Ramsey's blood on a mirror. She fought against Barry by making her arms like spears and repeatedly wounded Barry with them by strategically using the many mirrors around him. After Iris mentions to Eva that her relationship with Barry is different from Eva and Joseph Carver, Mirror Iris was weakened and chose to spare Barry, as he simultaneously explained to her that she could be her own person if she chose it. She was destroyed by Eva while Mirror Iris encouraged Barry to rescue the real Iris.[8]

Personality

"I choose me!"
—Mirror Iris[src]

Compared to Mirror Iris' counterpart, she was quicker to anger than Earth-Prime Iris. Ready to pounce on a story no matter what the cost. Going to the absolute extreme of it. She also holds contempt for others when they have a mistrust of her.[8]

Mirror Iris was more ruthless than Earth-Prime Iris since she is not above disregarding orders altogether or using excessive brutality to get what she wants. She even used the mirror gun on Kamilla, sending her to the Mirrorverse, for finding out she was an impostor.[5]

However, Mirror Iris had some conscience. She developed doubts on whether she should carry over Eva's plans and expressed concern for Mirror-Kamilla when she volunteered to destabilize the MAC at the cost of her life.[8]

Powers and abilities

Powers

  • Connection to Eva McCulloch: As she was created by Eva, she is connected to her as she gets hurt and scratches herself when Eva does the same.[4]
    Mirror Iris's arm reformed as a blade

    Mirror Iris's arm reformed as a blade.

    • Shapeshifting: She can shape her arms into sharp blades to attack enemies.[8]
    • Mirror portals: Iris is capable of using any reflective surface as a portal to each other, which she used to stab her arm blades through to attack Barry Allen.

Abilities

  • High-level intellect/Master of deception/Manipulator: Mirror Iris can form and execute plans, as demonstrated when she manipulated some guards to lead her to Amunet Black. "Iris" is excellent at deceiving people, able to work closely with Team Flash without them realizing her true intentions.[2]
  • Cooking: Mirror Iris is a vastly better cook than the Iris she is impersonating, successfully preparing delicious pancakes for Barry for breakfast.[2]
  • Bilingual: Mirror Iris is fluent in English and Italian.[2]

Weaknesses

  • Prismatic filter: Her true form can be caught on camera when a "prismatic filter" is applied. This filter shows Mirror Iris as a human-sized Mirror, which is why she avoids getting pictures of herself taken.[5]
  • Connection to Eva McCulloch: Eva's temper is one of her weaknesses, as when she is provoked emotionally, her mirror clones become unstable and disoriented, leaving them open for attack.[8]

Appearances

The Flash

Season 6

Behind the scenes

  • The script for the show refers to her as "Mirror-Iris West-Allen".[9]

References


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