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Big things come in small packages. Just an age-old cliché, right? Actually, it turns out there’s quite a bit of truth to it…if you’re talking about the Atom.

A gifted physicist, Dr. Ray Palmer put his genius mind to good use by laboring tirelessly to help create a better world. His hard work led to advancements in matter compression and the discovery of white-dwarf star remnants on Earth. Creating a specialized, size-changing belt that houses a lens filled with star matter, Ray has the ability to shrink his size down to subatomic levels. This unique power inspired his heroic moniker and allows the Atom to handle things most other heroes can’t even see: viruses, parasites, nuclear reactions and beyond. Using phone, fiber-optic cables and even the bloodstreams of other heroes and villains, Ray can get wherever he needs to be at incredible speeds.

The Atom is constantly learning and has become a leading mind in some of the most progressive areas of scientific thought and inquiry. This thirst for knowledge has made him the go-to hero when facing problems rooted in science, but it can sometimes cloud his judgment when the enemy is powered by the supernatural or motivated by something that seems irrational. Ray can tackle the world’s biggest quandaries and tiniest threats, but there’s one fight he always struggles with: accepting that some things in life just can’t be explained.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow - Official Trailer

Time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter must assemble a disparate group of both heroes and villains to confront an unstoppable threat to the planet…and to time itself. DC's Legends of Tomorrow is coming soon to The CW.

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DC All Access - #DCTV - The Future of Flash is Time Travel + Arrow vs Ra's

A week with no new #DCTV? Say it ain't so! Don't worry, new episodes of The Flash and Arrow are just around the corner, and DC All Access is here with an exclusive look at what's ahead. Tiffany talks to Andrew Kreisberg, Executive Producer of The Flash and Arrow, about the cliffhangers both shows ended on, how big a role time travel will be playing on The Flash and when we'll get to see the A.T.O.M. suit in action!

To read our Six Burning Questions (and Answers!) About Arrow's Ra's al Ghul and the Atom: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2015/02/25/arrow-six-burning-questions-and-answers-about-ras-al-ghul-and-the-atom

Tiffany’s shirt courtesy of Under Armour: https://www.underarmour.com/en-no/1251223/pid1251223

Arrow: Six Burning Questions (and Answers!) About Ra's al Ghul and the Atom

Yes, Arrow fans, we feel your pain. That was a bombshell of an episode, and perhaps the only thing more surprising than that final twist is that we now have to wait three weeks to learn what happens next. Well, calm down and for heaven’s sake, put down those bows (you may hurt yourself!). We went straight to the source to get some real answers to some of this episode’s burning questions.

DC All Access - Bonus Clip - This Week in #DCTV: Red Hood Gang Hits Gotham + the A.T.O.M.

Tiffany Smith and Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-Chief Matt Atchity are back to preview this week's exciting #DCTV...and debut an exclusive new Arrow clip featuring Ra's al Ghul! Tonight's Gotham will have you seeing red, but that's only because the Red Hood Gang is making its first appearance. And speaking of seeing red, Nyssa al Ghul is sure angry over on Arrow! Also, don't miss tomorrow's new episode of DC All Access featuring the cast of iZombie!

Subscribe to watch full episodes of DC All Access every Tuesday and exciting bonus clips, previews and trailers throughout the week.

Tiffany’s tank top courtesy of Harleen by Hot Topic: http://www.hottopic.com/hottopic/VDay/Harleen/DC+Comics+Harley+Quinn+Mesh+Lounge+Tank+Set-10168432.jsp

FIRST LOOK: Brandon Routh as the Atom

When Arrow announced that Brandon Routh would be appearing as Dr. Ray Palmer on the show’s third season, fans knew the announcement was huge.

Or rather small. Very, very small.

That’s because Ray Palmer is the civilian identity of the Atom in the DC Universe, and over the show’s first eleven Season 3 episodes, we’ve seen Palmer inch ever closer to the discovery that will turn him into the microscopic hero.

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