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01 Août 2017

In modern era comics, Elongated Man has been written as a private detective, with a superior deductive mind, who travels the U.S. with his wife in search of unusual cases.

Given this description, it would seem likely that Elongated Man is part of Team Flash in season 4. That's good, right? Well, we'll find out just how weird it's willing to get once it sets aside its repetitive time-travel shenanigans and introduces long-time DC mainstay Ralph Dibny, The Elongated Man.

First introduced in The Flash Vol. 1, #112 back in May of 1960, Dibny has always been one of the Flash's most iconic allies.

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Sawyer is best known for playing Kyle Abbott in CBS's The Young & The Restless, and also appeared in Don't Trust the B in Apt. He will recur throughout Season 4 of The Flash and according to the previously released character breakdown, has the potential to return for Season 5. Oh, and he can stretch his body to any shape or form. He was most recently seen in the CW Seed's Saving the Human Race along with Anna Akana's Miss 2059 for go90 (currently shooting season two).

The Flash Season 4 premieres Tuesday, Oct. 10, 8/7c on The CW. Danny Trejo - known for "Machete" and "From Dusk Till Dawn" - will play Earth-19 bounty hunter Breacher in Season 4 while Neil Sandilands will play Clifford Devoe, aka the Thinker, the big bad of the season. Ralph Dibny is undoubtedly an iconic DC Comics superhero, and I can't wait to see Sawyer bring him to life on #TV. Jeremy Piven of Entourage voiced Elongated Man in the animated Justice League Unlimited. That question will be answered when the Elongated Man makes his Arrowverse debut next season on The Flash.