Elongated Man

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Elongated Man
Tagapaglathala DC Comics
Unang labas The Flash bol. 1, #112 (Mayo 12, 1960).
Nilikha ni John Broome
(panulat)
Carmine Infantino (guhit)
Mga katangian
Ibang katauhanRandolph William "Ralph" Dibny
EspesyeMetahuman
Kinaaanibang
pangkat
Justice League
Doom Patrol
Black Lantern Corps
Secret Six
KasamaSue Dibny
Flash (Barry Allen)
KakayahanSuperyor na deduksyong pangangatwiran
May hangganang pag-inat at ihugis ang katawan
Pinabuting liksi, at olpaktoryong pandamdam
Lubos na pinabuting katibayan
Talentadong kimiko

Si Elongated Man (Randolph "Ralph" Dibny) ay isang kathang-isip na karakter, isang superhero na lumalabas sa komiks mula sa Estados Unidos na nilalathala ng DC Comics. Una siyang lumabas sa The Flash #112 (Mayo 12, 1960).[1]

Nanalo ang karakter at nagkaroon ng nominasyon para sa ilang mga parangal sa loob ng mga taon, kabilang ang pagkapanalo sa Alley Award noong 1961 para sa "Pinakamahusay na Pansuportang Karakter."

Kasaysayan ng paglalathala[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Nilikha si Elongated nina John Broome (panulat) at Carmine Infantino (guhit), kasama ang mahalagang kontribusyon mula sa patnugot na si Julius Schwartz, na nais ang bagong suportang karakter para kay Flash.[2] Inihayag ni Julius Schwartz na nilikha lamang si Elongated Man dahil hindi niya napagtanto na mayroon nang Plastic Man hinggil sa pagkakaroon nito ng karapatan na nakuha ng DC noong 1956 (kasabay ang iba pang pagmamay-ari ng Quality Comics). Bagaman, nabanggit nina Infantino at Murphy Anderson (tagapagtinta) na hindi niya ginamit ang karakter bilang isang reperensya para sa ano pa man.[3][4][5]

Mga sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  1. Beatty, Scott (2008), "Elongated Man", sa Dougall, Alastair (pat.), The DC Comics Encyclopedia (sa wikang Ingles), New York: Dorling Kindersley, pa. 114, ISBN 0-7566-4119-5, OCLC 213309017
  2. Misiroglu, Gina (2012). The Superhero Book: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Comic-Book Icons and Hollywood Heroes (sa wikang Ingles). Visible Ink Press. mga pa. 130–131. ISBN 9781578593972.
  3. Amash, Jim (2010). Carmine Infantino: Penciler, Publisher, Provocateur (sa wikang Ingles). Raleigh, North Carolina: TwoMorrows Publishing. pa. 80. ISBN 978-1605490250. [Jim Amash]: Was there any discussion about Plastic Man when you did 'The Elongated Man' with Julie? [Carmine Infantino]: No, he never mentioned him.
  4. Harvey, R.C. (2003). The Life and Art of Murphy Anderson (sa wikang Ingles). Raleigh, North Carolina: TwoMorrows Publishing. pa. 150. ISBN 978-1893905214. Not knowing that DC owned these old Quality characters—and Julie'll deny it, I guess, and say they wanted to do something different—but they came up with the Elongated Man instead of Plastic Man, and they came up with the Atom instead of Doll Man. They could have resurrected either of these two characters ... [b]ut the whole concept of Plastic Man would have escaped them. It's just crazy humor, and it needs someone who really understands that stuff.
  5. "Elongated Man" (sa wikang Ingles). Don Markstein's Toonopedia. Tinago mula sa orihinal noong Hunyo 17, 2016. Nakuha noong 2011-04-25. ...editor Julius Schwartz later said that if he'd known DC owned the name 'Plastic Man' (which it had acquired when Quality Comics, Plas's publisher, sold its properties to DC in 1956), he'd never have chosen such an unwieldy name for his own character.