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Ability to shrink and grow his body and other objects to varying degrees (including the subatomic level) while manipulating his weight to his advantage Maintains strength of normal size in shrunken state Genius level intellect Ph. in physics(Atom) June 1962 – August 1968 (Atom and Hawkman) October 1968 – October 1969 (Sword of the Atom) September – December 1983 (Power of the Atom) August 1988 – November 1989 (Brightest Day: The Atom Special) July 2010(Atom) Gardner Fox, Frank Robbins (Atom and Hawkman) Robert Kanigher, Gardner Fox, Denny O'Neil (Sword of the Atom) Jan Strnad (Power of the Atom) Roger Stern, Tom Peyer (Brightest Day: The Atom Special) Jeff Lemire(Atom) Gil Kane, Mike Sekowsky (Atom and Hawkman) Murphy Anderson, Dick Dillin (Sword of the Atom) Gil Kane (Power of the Atom) Dwayne Turner, Graham Nolan (Brightest Day: The Atom Special) Mahmud A. Ray Palmer) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.

Or an actual atom.)Actually, there have been three superheroes named The Atom. He first appeared in " #19 (October, 1940), created by Ben Flinton and Bill O'Conner.

Much to his shock, he does not explode, which he attributes to a unique energy inside his body (eventually this was retconned into Ray having discovered and incorporated a "compression matrix" into his costume that allowed him to change size at will, in order to explain the later several instances of people using his costume and powers with no problems).

Ray incorporates the lens in a costume that allows him to shrink (all the way to subatomic size! Despite these unlikely powers he became a successful hero and joined the Justice League.

Palmer by this point had taken up the Atom identity and costume, and Choi inherited a copy of the costume after he went missing, similarly to his original version.

He subsequently got a one-shot written by Steve Orlando, , explaining how he had become Palmer's assistant and helped him in his adventures as the Atom before he took up the mantle himself, as a prelude to joining the Orlando-written Justice League of America.

Or an actual atom.)Actually, there have been three superheroes named The Atom. He first appeared in " #19 (October, 1940), created by Ben Flinton and Bill O'Conner.

Much to his shock, he does not explode, which he attributes to a unique energy inside his body (eventually this was retconned into Ray having discovered and incorporated a "compression matrix" into his costume that allowed him to change size at will, in order to explain the later several instances of people using his costume and powers with no problems).

Ray incorporates the lens in a costume that allows him to shrink (all the way to subatomic size! Despite these unlikely powers he became a successful hero and joined the Justice League.

Palmer by this point had taken up the Atom identity and costume, and Choi inherited a copy of the costume after he went missing, similarly to his original version.

He subsequently got a one-shot written by Steve Orlando, , explaining how he had become Palmer's assistant and helped him in his adventures as the Atom before he took up the mantle himself, as a prelude to joining the Orlando-written Justice League of America.

Being one of the few superheroes of color, Choi's death sparked a major controversy.