Is Dr. Manhattan real

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Surname: Dr. Manhattan

Right name: Dr. Jon Osterman

Other names: H-Bomb, Walking H-Bomb, The Indestructible Man

Origin of the name: Dr. Manhattan is an allusion to the American "Manhattan Project" of the 1940s - the development and construction of an atomic bomb.

Special features: The sign of hydrogen on his forehead, which he "burned" himself in with one of his fingers in 1960.

First appearance: September 1986

Creator: Alan Moore (text) and Dave Gibbons (drawings)

Superpowers: Telekinesis, teleportation (oneself and other people / objects), transmutation (conversion of any chemical elements), flying, complete control over matter and energy

Origin of Forces: He receives his almost unlimited superpowers in a laboratory accident when he is locked in a chamber and is broken down into its individual atomic parts by an intrinsic field.

Curriculum vitae:
Dr. Manhattan is the only superhero with superhuman superpowers in Watchmen. Time is meaningless to him. It holds the passage of time as predetermined. And he also perceives humanity as such to be meaningless in the structure of the cosmos. He devotes himself more and more to his research work and loses more and more interest in humanity. He is only interested in the why, the structure of the cosmos and the smallest elementary particles.

After his girlfriend ends his relationship with him, he teleports to Mars. Only later does his interest in people reawaken. However, even he cannot prevent the catastrophe that threatens the earth.

Dr. Manhattan in the movie:
In March 2009, the film adaptation of the Watchmen by director Zack Snyder was released in German cinemas. Dr. Manhattan was played by actor Billy Crudup.

Copyright notice: All DC Comics characters and the distinctive likeness (es) thereof are Trademarks & Copyright © 1939-2009 DC Comics, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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