She is also shown to be much younger than she previously had appeared (she was depicted as a middle-age woman after the events of Crisis), about the same age as when Barry first met her, which later implied by the resurrected Professor Zoom that Iris's rejuvenation is a side effect of close contact to her husband's Speed Force since Final Crisis.
Don and Dawn die saving 30th century Earth from an invasion by the Dominators.
Afraid to change the future by giving vital information about the present, Iris refused to go into the details of how Savitar could be defeated, but finally Linda Park and Jenni Ognats convinced her to tell them the key to Savitar's defeat, which was to give him what he wanted: to be one with the Speed Force. This time she is kidnapped by Polaris and Abra Kadabra and forced to write everything she knew about the future so that they could have a "roadmap into tomorrow" for their plan of world conquest.
After this incident, Iris left to someplace where no one would find her so that she could concentrate on writing the book The Life Story of the Flash, which was published by Keystone Press in 1997.
Iris West is a fictional character, a supporting character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.
She has been the main love interest and later wife of Barry Allen, the alter ego of the Silver Age version of the superhero the Flash, the aunt and grandmother of the Modern Age variations of the character, Wally West and Bart Allen respectively.