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Hartley Sawyer as the Elongated Man for the CW's The Flash
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The CW has announced it has hired Hartley Sawyer to play Ralph Dibny (aka The Elongated Man) for season four of The Flash.

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Many an internet wag has derogatory things to say about the “Justice League Detroit.”  Time now, Faithful Spoilerites, not to bury these young heroes, but to praise them. Yes.  Even Vibe…  Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Justice League Of America #236 awaits!

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Stretch ‘em out and they’ll always return to their natural shape, that is unless you stretch the stuff too far thus breaking its point of elasticity.  This week, we return to the battle of the big two, this time with Mr. Fantastic from the Fantastic Four, taking on the Elongated Man from the Justice League.  Who wins the battle of the stretch, and who winds up a puddle of goo in the middle of the ring? FIGHT

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This week Batman’s life hangs in the balance when he is poisoned by Chemo, who is under the control of the evil Brain. The Atom races to the rescue with Aquaman by shrinking down and entering Batman’s bloodstream. While Aquaman and the Atom battle the infection deep inside Batman’s body, Batman struggles to end Chemo’s rampage and defeat the Brain! This week’s teaser features Elongated Man and Plastic Man teaming up to derail a bank heist and capture the criminal Baby Face. One more clip after the jump.

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Booster GoldDCElongated ManRalph DibnyReview

For want of a knife the kingdom was lost Forget the time jumping, continuity screwing, reality messing tale that’s occurring in some of those other books.  If you really want your mind tweaked, readers need to check out the latest time jumping, continuity screwing, reality messing tale that’s happening in Booster Gold.  Unlike that other book that doesn’t explain anything, Booster Gold #15, kicks off a new story arc that not only doesn’t explain everything, but does it in a way that makes sense – providing you’ve read the previous 14 issues.

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