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Doctor Manhattan, oft mit Dr. Manhattan abgekürzt, ist eine fiktive Figur, die in Comics von DC Comics erscheint. Er debütierte in der 19veröffentlichten limitierten Serie Watchmen. Doctor Manhattan wurde vom Schriftsteller Alan Moore. Verlag: DC (© Copyright by TM DC Comics) Name: Dr. Manhattan Richtiger Name: Dr. Jon Osterman Andere Namen: H-Bomb (Wasserstoffbombe), Walking. Er versucht die Superhelden Comedian, Rorschach, Ozymandias, die zweite Silk Spectre, den zweiten Nite Owl und Dr. Manhattan dazu zu bewegen, nach dem. Doktor Manhattan, oft verkürzte Dr. Manhattan, ist eine fiktive Figur, die in Comics erscheinen veröffentlicht von DC Comics. Er debütierte in der grafischen. Before Watchmen: Bd. 7: Dr. Manhattan | Straczynski, J. Michael, Hughes, Adam | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und.
Mit der neuesten Ausgabe von Doomsday Clock betritt Dr. Manhattan das DC-Universum, so blau und nackt wie Alan Moore ihn schuf. Before Watchmen: Bd. 7: Dr. Manhattan | Straczynski, J. Michael, Hughes, Adam | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und. Doktor Manhattan, oft verkürzte Dr. Manhattan, ist eine fiktive Figur, die in Comics erscheinen veröffentlicht von DC Comics. Er debütierte in der grafischen.
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Jon observed the Flash as he attempted to restore his own universe and undo the temporal distortion caused by Flashpoint.
Jon interfered with this by erasing ten years of the restored universe's timeline and in effect creating a new reality.
This left the residents of the Flash's reality ten years younger and caused them to lose much of their past. The Comedian's button appeared in the Batcave after Wally West returned to the timeline.
While Batman was analyzing it, the Reverse-Flash attacked him in the cave and took the button. Using it as a beacon, the Reverse-Flash set out through the timestream to find its owner, whom he referred to as "God".
He returned to the cave with half his body reduced to burnt muscle and bone, dying on arrival. Jon then retrieved the button from the ground where it had fallen.
Within years after Jon's departure from his world, it had become pure chaos. Veidt became desperate and attempted to find Jon, believing only he could bring order back to the world.
He reveals the reason he spared Mime and Marionette was because their second child does something to impress him.
He also reveals Veidt was lying about having cancer, before leaving for Mars. It is then revealed the reason he came to Prime Earth is because he saw an enraged Superman punch him and saw nothing happen afterwards.
He believes Superman kills him or he destroys everything. The energy that caused Firestorm 's explosion in Moscow matched that of Dr.
Manhattan which the Justice League traced to Mars. When multiple heroes from Earth, along with Firestorm arrive, he has Martian Manhunter broadcast his vision of the future where he destroys Superman or is destroyed himself.
The heroes attack him but he doesn't see them as a threat, instead inquiring about the unusual properties of their universe such as the Lanterns' rings and magic.
To undermine Firestorm, Jon shows Ronnie that Professor Stein meaningfully fused them together in that explosion. Captain Atom attempts to destroy Jon by unleashing his full power, but Jon rebuilds himself and completely knocks out every hero.
It was later revealed that Jon had been on Earth Prime far longer than anyone suspected. He watched as the world seemingly adjusted, changing everything around him and all of it seemingly centered around Superman.
Out of curiosity, Jon messed with history, preventing Alan Scott from obtaining his Green Lantern Battery and allowing him to die.
This created a timeline where superheroes came to existence much later, as the Justice Society of America never existed, and turned Superman into a more alien figure.
However, he became haunted by visions of his fated encounter with Superman. As Superman went to confront Black Adam and his entourage at the White House, Jon waited for Superman to arrive, watching as Superman crashed in front of him.
Veidt reveals to Saturn Girl that Jon had revealed to him the real reason he didn't kill Mime and Marionette - because he knew that their son will grow up to be bring joy to a woman who was very important to him in the past.
This was the reason Veidt had the two broken out of prison again. He realized that Jon had come to their universe to be with those similar to him: the super-heroes of whom there were many in this universe.
He asked Jon for help but he refused as he thought either Superman will destroy him or he will destroy the universe.
As a result, Veidt made a new plan to save both universes by making sure the League was incapicated and Jon would confront Superman alone.
Osterman warned Superman that either he will destroy him or he will destroy everything. The potential showdown however was interrupted by a fight between metahumans from various countries.
Manhattan with Janey Slater that had been left throughout various time periods, telling her to expose it to the world that someone had altered their timeline in the past.
Meanwhile, when Superman questions Jon why he isn't helping, he states he's seen the future where he won't. Questioned again, he reveals how his own world was destroyed after an opportunity at peace.
Jon reveals to Superman that he altered the past, causing his parents to die and erasing people he once knew merely out of curiosity.
He then tells him to make a choice between destroying him or being destroyed, telling him that he can't see the future beyond it.
Superman however chooses to protect him from Pozhar 's attack. When questioned by him, Clark responds that there is a third choice.
Seeing so many pictures of him and Janey he had created, Clark realizes she must have been important to him. Superman then tells Jon that maybe he can't see the future because he might have to give everything up to save his world and he can choose it.
Inspired by his words, Jon decides to undo his alterations by moving the Green Lantern back into Alan Scott's reach. Jon also finds that every time the metaverse is altered, the Multiverse is expanded to preserve every world where Superman lived.
He also sees the future and the forthcoming crisises as well as alterations to the timeline, realizing in the end that Superman will always guide mankind.
Manhattan then summons Veidt, the Comedian, Mime and Marionette to himself. He leaves Mime and Marionette on Prime Earth, assuring they'll see their son again before leaving for where he encourages Carver Colman to come out as gay.
Lois meanwhile is able to expose the truth of Firestorm's explosion because of Veidt. He then travels back to his world, to , where Veidt's plan had been exposed and had led to a nuclear holocaust.
He then travels back in time to stop the missiles, making all nuclear weapons on Earth disappear before taking away Mime and Marionette's son, realizing that he himself was the reason why he couldn't figure out the child's future completely.
He raises him as his own and names him "Clark" in honor of Superman. After Clark grows up into a young kid, Jon shifts his consciousness to look to a timeline where Janey convinced him to continue enjoying lunch and not bother to retrieve her watch.
As a result, he is never transformed and he and Janey marry six months later and start a family. Smiling, Jon remarks it was a nice daydream to exist in.
Now that Superman had inspired him, he regretted that he couldn't be the hero people needed, transferring what remains of his powers to Clark so he would become a true hero for their Earth before he himself ceased to exist.
Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. In the end? Nothing ends, Adrian. Nothing ever ends. Contents [ show ]. Manhattan picks up the button.
However, it was not what Manhattan was there for. The magazine Nova Express made an investigation about whether Dr.
Manhattan caused cancer to his associates, and Doug Roth who had previously interviewed Janey Slater made these allegations in public; a fray erupted and the journalists came towards him asking for details concerning his relationship to Slater.
Forbes attempted to guide Manhattan outside and hold off the journalists. Eventually, Manhattan teleported everyone away.
He leaves his place for the abandoned Gila Flats and recovers the photograph with Slater. He then teleports to Mars.
However, this was a frame arranged by Veidt to induce Osterman to leave, to remove his interference in his scheme to save the world.
During his absence, the Soviets invaded Afghanistan , bringing the world closer to a nuclear war than ever. From that revelation, Doctor Manhattan is amazed by the improbable chances that occurred to result in the birth of Laurie, which he sees as a stunning "thermodynamic miracle.
Although they return too late to stop Veidt's plan, they teleport to Karnak , Antarctica to confront him.
Veidt hinders Doctor Manhattan with a tachyon generator that interferes with Doctor Manhattan's ability to see the future and then disintegrates him by subtracting his intrinsic field.
To Veidt's surprise, Doctor Manhattan restores himself much more quickly this time, but when Veidt reveals that his scheme, in which he used his alien monster to kill half of New York City, appears to have averted the looming nuclear war by frightening the world's governments into cooperation, Doctor Manhattan realizes that to expose the scheme would be too dangerous for all life on Earth.
Doctor Manhattan and the other superheroes except for Rorschach agree to keep quiet to preserve Veidt's results. Rorschach leaves on his own and is murdered by Doctor Manhattan to prevent him from ever telling the truth.
Manhattan does so reluctantly, at Rorschach's own insistence, who asserts that his death is the only thing that will ensure his silence.
Doctor Manhattan does not mention Rorschach's death when talking to Veidt not long after, instead of telling Veidt he "does not think Rorschach will reach civilization".
At the end of Watchmen , Doctor Manhattan decides to depart Earth again, but he might return one day. Veidt is surprised by his decision, pointing out the apparent contradiction with Doctor Manhattan's renewed interest in human life, to which Doctor Manhattan suggests that he may "create some [human life]" in another galaxy.
When Veidt asks if his plan worked out in the end, Jon Osterman smiles and enigmatically replies that "nothing ever ends. In , Doctor Manhattan approaches Angela Abar at a bar in Saigon and they begin a ten year relationship.
Two weeks after this initial meeting, Manhattan assumes the appearance of Cal Abar at the suggestion of Angela Abar. Manhattan installed a device given to him by Adrian Veidt into his forehead that suppressed his superpowers and his omniscient sense of time, allowing him to pursue a comfortable relationship with Angela, though this did remove his memory prior to Manhattan is also revealed to have been the person who transported Adrian Veidt on Europa.
Late in the series, in , Angela discovers a plot by the white supremacist ring the Seventh Kavalry to destroy Manhattan and harness his powers; Angela subsequently forcibly removed the device from his forehead, causing him to regain his abilities and appearance, though immediately afterward he is captured by the Kavalry.
As Senator Joe Keene , the Kavalry's leader, prepares to destroy Manhattan ultimately killing Keene in the process , Lady Trieu intervenes, kills the rest of the Kavalry, and continues the demonstration in attempt to take his powers for herself.
Trieu is successful in killing Manhattan, and he shares a final moment with Angela before he dies, though Trieu's plans are ultimately upended by Veidt and she is killed by another of his attacks.
At the end of the series, Manhattan is revealed to have possibly transferred his powers to Angela. After Jon departed his world, he discovered the Multiverse, and quickly found himself on an alternate Earth.
Disoriented from his journey, he encountered a young struggling actor by the name of Carver Colman, whom he formed a symbiotic relationship with.
Colman was used by Manhattan to anchor himself to his new surroundings, allowing him to regain full use of his abilities. He and Colman would meet once a year at the same diner, during which time Osterman would tell Colman his future.
He arrived in time to hear of the emergence of Superman in Metropolis and went to investigate, perplexed by the sudden appearance of what was a fictional character on his world.
He later witnessed the appearance of subsequent costumed superheroes and their formation of the Justice Society of America. However, shortly thereafter, something very strange happened.
Superman's arrival and subsequent first public appearance shifts forward in time, causing changes to history which only Manhattan is able to perceive that due to his abilities.
These include the formation of a Justice Society of America under the leadership of Green Lantern Alan Scott and a young Superboy being befriended and taught by a group of superpowered beings from the far future known as the Legion of Super-Heroes, whose own heroics are inspired by his.
Subsequent incarnations of the timeline maintain these changes in addition to new ones. Watching this universe's timeline closely, he theorizes that he has arrived in the Metaverse, a singularly unique universe which spawns other universes when its flow of time is disrupted or changed, something he observes happening multiple times due to external forces, piquing his curiosity.
Moreover, he becomes fixated on Superman, who appears directly linked to the Metaverse in a way that he does not understand.
Finally after many years of passive observation, during which Carver Colman is killed due to Manhattan's inaction, Manhattan begins to experiment on the timeline himself in hopes of finding answers to satisfy him.
During a major temporal distortion in caused by the Flash, he takes advantage of the chaos and alters the timeline himself, killing Alan Scott in and preventing the formation of the Justice Society of America.
This has a catastrophic domino effect, resulting in a badly warped timeline where Jon and Martha Kent were killed in a car accident, and the bright future of the Legion of Super-Heroes never comes to pass due to a corrupted present day.
Superman becomes apathetic and lonesome, far from the inspiring symbol he is meant to be. Doctor Manhattan is at first satisfied with the results, as he is able to more clearly understand this version of Superman.
However, he quickly discovers that his actions have not gone unnoticed and realizes that the changes are too drastic for the Metaverse to accept.
It is, in a sense, a living organism and begins to fight back against what it perceives to be an infection. It sends Wally West back into the timeline, who manages to warn the world of Manhattan's interference, although he does fail to positively identify this new enemy.
Meanwhile, Manhattan's previously limitless view of the future suddenly comes to a sudden end which he cannot see past, with the final images he can see beforehand being Superman throwing a single punch.
Unable to comprehend the meaning of this, he theorizes that there can be only two possible outcomes: either Superman destroys him or he destroys everything in self-defense.
Curious to find out which it is, Manhattan eliminates several individuals who have learned of his existence and could potentially affect the outcome, as well as recovering the Comedian's Badge, which was accidentally drawn into the timeline.
Manhattan also warps Jor-El, Superman's biological father, into the being known as Mr. Oz in order to keep an eye on the Man of Steel.
At the same time, evidence is found of cosmic tampering in the subatomic realm known as the Microverse, and the Green Lantern Corps discovers their absolute record of history is no longer trustworthy.
The most damning pieces of evidence come from Manhattan himself, who has been unwittingly creating and leaving copies of the single photograph taken of Jon Osterman and Janey Slater at each of his appearances.
These photographs are recovered by Lex Luthor, who seeks to understand how to break his eternal battle with Superman.
The world is wracked by international crisis ahead of Manhattan's long-awaited confrontation. However, he is caught unprepared when Ozymandias arrives seeking his aid, bringing along Mime, Marionette, and a second Rorschach.
Adrian's plan has been exposed at home, and the group narrowly escaped a nuclear holocaust to seek him out. Discovering that Veidt has also brought a second Bubastis, capable of generating the same energy as himself in a bid to draw him out, Manhattan summons the Comedian from moments before his death, returns his badge to him, and instructs him to kill Bubastis in exchange for a second chance at life.
Events, however, quickly move beyond Manhattan's control as the Comedian is thwarted and Veidt is able to corner him momentarily.
However, Manhattan coldly refuses Veidt, and when Rorschach II attempts to plead with him, Manhattan instead destroys their partnership by revealing Veidt has been lying to him in order to obtain his service.
This forces Adrian to reevaluate his plan and come up with a new strategy to coax Manhattan's aid, which begins with him using Bubastis to bomb Moscow.
The metahumans of the world identify the energy signature as Manhattan's and trace him to his hideout on Mars, where after a brief struggle, he incapacitates them.
With no one left to stand in his way, he confronts Superman on Earth, where the Man of Steel is caught in the midst of the so-called Super War between the metahuman armies of the world.
Manhattan observes and refuses to lend Superman his aid, despite him begging for assistance as he can't save everyone alone.
Manhattan identifies himself and lays out his crimes in preparation for Superman's final judgement. He decides not to resists when Superman attacks, but is shocked when he discovers that Superman is actually defending him.
Manhattan's fixation on Superman blinded him to the context of the situation. Superman tells him that there is possibly a third explanation as to why Manhattan can't see the future: he must sacrifice all the power he has to make things right.
Recognizing that Superman is correct, he resets the clock, undoing his earlier changes to history, and making one personal change to make sure that Carver Colman lives.
The returning Justice Society and Legion stop the fighting, and Manhattan finally is able to uncover the purpose of the Metaverse.
It exists as the means to preserve Superman in all his possible incarnations, so that his ideal might take root, and help humanity evolve.
Finally understanding this, Doctor Manhattan is inspired for the first time since he became who he is now. This is revealed to be Adrian's doing: he knew that if he could not convince Manhattan, Superman would.
Using what remains of his power, Doctor Manhattan undoes the damage to his home dimension, making the collective nuclear arsenals of the world disappear.
Veidt is arrested and imprisoned, Reggie Long begins to rehabilitate the public image of Rorschach into a proper hero, and a young girl named Cleopatra Pak will become the first in a new generation of costumed adventurers.
He takes Mime and Marionette's child into his care, becoming the blind spot in his vision, and follows the example of Jon Kent to raise the child, finally reconnecting with his humanity in the process.
He names the boy Clark in Superman's honor, and send him to Laurie and Dan so that he might become the hero the world needs.
He gives what remains of his power to the planet, enjoying one final daydream of a world where Jon Osterman never became Doctor Manhattan, and lived a happy life with Janey.
He smiles as he finally disappears. Manhattan didn't care about what he was doing. As he saw past-present-future simultaneously, he did things just because they should be.
After his transformation, Jon begins to experience time in a non-linear, "quantum" fashion, and it is implied that he is aware of and experiencing all the moments of his life simultaneously.
Jon is not omniscient; he remains reliant on his intellect and sensory experience to reach conclusions, but his range of sensory data has been abruptly extended, in proportion to the lessening of his emotional capacities.
This often leads him to arrive at conclusions greatly different from those available to normal humans. However, during the course of Watchmen, he displays powerful emotion several times.
His apparent lack of sentiment is more a matter of radically altered priorities, owing to a colossal, unbridgeable gap of perception between Jon and the rest of humanity.
He subscribes to a deterministic view of events. During the period in which Doctor Manhattan is a crime-fighter at the behest of the government , he states that the morality of such activities escapes him.
From his radically altered perspective, almost all human concerns appear pointless and without obvious merit. Manhattan appears to have a personality disorder, in his case, schizoid personality disorder which is characterized by reclusiveness and voluntary withdrawal from socializing to the detriment of personal relationships, though this can be countered by the fact that he's basically a god and, therefore, the way he experiences and reacts to the human environment and even reality itself cannot, in any way, be compared or encased inside the human condition and psychology.
Jon Osterman is presented to be the only being on the planet with actual superpowers. He is shown to be absolutely powerful and invulnerable to all harm; even when his body is disintegrated, he can reconstruct it in a matter of seconds, which is the very first "trick" he learned.
He does not need air, water, food or sleep and is immortal. He can teleport himself and others over limitless distances, an ability which Dan Dreiberg had nicknamed Manhattan Transfer.
He can see events so tiny and so fast, that they can be said to have never occurred at all. Although Adrian Veidt is obviously the second-most dangerous person, as Osterman himself observes, " At one point it is stated that, in the event of a nuclear war, he would be capable of destroying Soviet nuclear missiles while at the same time 'destroying' large areas of Russia.
As a result of these capabilities, Jon becomes central to the United States' Cold War strategy of deterrence. Osterman's limitation appears to be apathy.
In some sense, unlimited power has come at the cost of the total absence of responsibility, and his phenomenal omnipotence is juxtaposed with his growing detachment.
Although he doesn't age in the biological sense, his character has changed over time with gradual detachment from humanity. He subscribes to a deterministic view of events and exerts an effort of choice; his actions often seemed governed by a rigidly utilitarian code of ethics in which the correct course of action must be the one that benefits the most.
For instance, he does nothing to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy even though he could see the future or the murder of the Vietnamese woman , even though she was pregnant.
Veidt correctly assumed tachyons ; a large burst of them can slow his ability to see the future to a moderate extent, but still, his telekinetic powers were unaffected.
Note: tachyons exist only in theoretical physics. Although it was not seen in practice, Dr. Manhattan surmised that an EM pulse would cause such "static" that obscures the future, hinting at another possible weakness.
Manhattan was created by Watchmen writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons but, like many main characters of the series, he is a modified version of a Charlton Comics character, in this case, Captain Atom , created by Joe Gill and Steve Ditko.
The choice of the name Osterman for a crime fighter may be a deliberate joke, as Osterman is the original name of the Prince of Gangsters, "Monk" Eastman, a notorious Jewish gang leader from the Lower East Side.
Manhattan is described as an American patriot who willingly enters the service of his country to protect it.
However, the narrative of the comic and the film doesn't mention anything about his motives or beliefs concerning politics or the nation.
Billy Crudup portrays the character in the film. He provided motion capture and plays Osterman as a human in the flashback scenes.
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