Tonight's episode of the Flash is a coming out party of sorts for Ralph Dibny as he first takes on an eco-friendly, carb-counting bomber.
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There's no new Flash this week… but there is an episode of The Elongated Man! Okay, it's still The Flash, but the episode is called 'The Elongated Knight Rises' and it features the stretchy superhero taking on the second Trickster (Devon Graye) Todd Helbing, executive producer, takes us behind the scenes of the episode in[...]
This is definitely the Elongated Man's chance to rise up. The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m on the CW. I was just saying this morning that with next week's episode of the Flash being called The Elongated Knight Rises and it focused on Ralph Dibny (Hartley Sawyer), that perhaps this will be when he gets[...]
The newly released synopsis gives us an idea of how long the Flash will be on trial and hints at the return of a familiar villain
It will likely be best remembered for the episode the introduced Ralph Dibny aka the Elongated Man into the Arrowverse, but the episode is so much more than just that It starts there though with the producers not only bringing in a character that was introduced into the Flash comics to spark the series, but[...]
A look inside the Flash episode When Harry Met Harry, which includes a less-than-super suit for Ralph Dibny, a new metahuman, and the Council of Wells.
Tonight's episode of The Flash introduces us to the Elongated Man's less-than-super suit, the Council of Wells, and Black Bison All of this is talked about in the clip below as executive producer Todd Helbing takes us inside When Harry Met Harry. If you remember when the Elongated Man first appeared, his costume was rather generic[...]
It's a work in progress and he's not just supposed to suddenly be the Elongated Man… he has to earn that We have to be patient… That's not the only think we'll have to be patient on when it comes to Ralph In the comics, it's Ralph and Sue Dibny The unbreakable couple (until Identity Crisis)…[...]
Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]
All rights reserved. If you can't tell be they episode title, Elongated Journey Into Night, and didn't listen to any of the news coming out of San Diego this summer… the show is introducing Ralph Dibney aka the Elongated Man Dibney was introduced as a supporting character to the Flash comic series in 1961 by John[...]
First we see Flash (Grant Gustin) and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) interacting with former cop Ralph Dibny (Hartley Sawyer) who is the super-stretchy Elongated Man From a casting perspective, I don't think they could've found an actor that looks more like the character. For those curious, there are a lot of stretching superheroes, the three most popular[...]
MAJOR RECURRING GUEST STAR And the one that folks will probably be the most excited about and the one that has been hinted about as having to push the limits of the shows special effects, Ralph Dibny aka The Elongated Man. [RALPH DIBNY AKA ELONGATED MAN]–Male, Mid to late 30s, Open Ethnicity Think Ryan Reynolds or Chris[...]
Blue Beetle vs Elongated Man In truth, I often just forget Elongated Man exists He's a cool character, but doesn't get much love So to make this battle more interesting, they brought in Danny Pudi and Ron Funchess from NBC's Powerless to back their heroes Funchess takes the side of Ted Kord and his awesome[...]
With the return of Elongated Man and Sue Dibny… and a correct spelling as well. Not something we're used to on Bleeding Cool… Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics, London. Who have a signing from Mark Buckingham this Friday from 6-7pm, before performing a Director's Commentary for his Fairest comic,surrounded by a gallery of his work… [...]
The Elongated Man. The upbeat, silly, bouncy, whimsical figure of the DC Universe. Whose wife, Sue Dibny, was, you know, raped by Dr Light, then murdered by Jean Loring in the infamous Identity Crisis. Yup And unseen for some time, espeically since the New 52 reboot, but is seems has been hiding in the New 52 under the[...]