100+ Dr. Manhattan Quotes That Makes Him the Wisest Superhero

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Dr. Manhattan Quotes that makes him the wisest superhero. There are so many Dr. Manhattan quotes that can help you when you are tired of being in the same old rut, and all you need is a little push, a little inspiration, a smile on the face, change of mood, bring you out of the banality of life, make you laugh a little, or may even make you cry a bit, and these Dr. Manhattan quotes exists just do that.

The fictional superhero Doctor Manhattan or Dr Manhattan was created by writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons. The character first appeared in DC comics in the graphic novel miniseries called Watchmen, which was published in 1986 and 1987.

A nuclear physicist, Dr Jonathan Osterman who was experimenting with intrinsic fields of physical objects, accidentally locked inside an Intrinsic Field Subtractor and got disintegrated later reconstructed himself into the entity then called as Dr Manhattan in 1959. He was pressed into service by the US government after realizing the powers he possessed, and they named him Dr Manhattan after the Manhattan Project. The alter ego of Manhattan is a Princeton University graduate with a PhD in Atomic Physics. Dr Manhattan’s symbol is the atomic structure of hydrogen as its simplicity kindles his respect; he burns his mark in his forehead painlessly.

Dr Manhattan is considered to be an example of a near godlike entity, as he can manipulate matter in a subatomic scale and can even control it. He is also invulnerable, which makes him immortal and most crucial power being clairvoyance, meaning he knows everything. Because of his subatomic matter manipulation and control, he is also said to know about the whole multiverse in the DC Universe, making him the strongest entity/superhero in the entire comics. Even though he is a powerful entity, he cannot relate to normal humans, mostly due to his perception of time and understanding of the universe, thus showing symptoms of apathy.

The character first appeared in the 2009 live-action film adaption of Watchmen directed by Zack Snyder, and Billy Crudup was the actor who portrayed Dr Manhattan in the film. With his miniseries issue, Dr Manhattan appeared in a comic book prequel, Before Watchmen. As part of a Rebirth campaign of Dc comics’, he became an antagonist and an essential character in the issue since he removed ten years of history from DC characters. This was the aftermath of the Flashpoint event, which created a new timeline called The New 52. In the issue Doomsday Clock, Manhattan was later confirmed to be an important character.

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“I see– death. I see– destruction. And I feel– responsible. “

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“I am a being of inaction. On a collision course with a man of action. To this universe of hope… I have become the villain.”

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“In the end?” Nothing ends, Adrian. Nothing ever ends. “

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“But it’s too late, always has been, always will be too late.”

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“I can’t prevent the future. To me, it’s already happening.”

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“It’s August 20th, 1959. I’m enterting the test chamber in the intrinsic field center. I assume I have time to get my coat. I’m wrong. One second becomes zero.”

“I am legion. ”

“I was wrong Adrian. Everything ends.”

“Even hope decays. ”

“We gaze continually at the world and it grows dull in our perceptions. Yet seen from another’s vantage point, as if new, it may still take the breath away.”

“My father was a watch maker. He abandoned it when Einstein discovered time is relative. I would only agree that a symbolic clock is as nourishing to the intellect as a photograph of oxygen to a drowning man. ”

“Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: When you left me, I left Earth. Does that not show you that I care?”

“Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: They claim they try to build a heaven yet their heaven is populated with horrors
Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: They claim they try to build a heaven yet their heaven is populated with horrors.”

“Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: Blake, she was pregnant. You gunned her down.
John McLaughlin: Yeah, that’s right. Pregnant woman. Gunned her down. Bang. And y’know what? You watched me. You could’ve changed the gun into steam or the bullets into mercury or the bottle into snowflakes! You could’ve teleported either of us to goddamn Australia, but you didn’t lift a finger. You really don’t give a damn about human beings, do you.”

“Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: I have walked across the surface of the Sun. I have witnessed events so tiny and so fast they can hardly be said to have occurred at all. But you, Adrian, you’re just a man. The world’s smartest man poses no more threat to me than does its smartest termite
Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: I have walked across the surface of the Sun. I have witnessed events so tiny and so fast they can hardly be said to have occurred at all. But you, Adrian, you’re just a man. The world’s smartest man poses no more threat to me than does its smartest termite.”

“Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: On Mars, you taught me the value of life. If we hope to preserve it here, we must remain silent.”

“Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: I’m so disappointed in you Adrian [trying to grab Ozymandias]”

“Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: Would you please go away? Please leave me alone. I said LEAVE ME ALONE! [exiles to Mars]”

“Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl: Jon!
Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: I know.
Rorschach/Walter Kovacs: Must stop him! Killed Blake, killed millions!
Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: Wait right here.”

“Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman: Please go away. Please go away. I said LEAVE ME ALONE!”

“TIME IS SIMULTANEOUS, AN INTRICATELY STRUCTURED JEWEL THAT HUMANS INSIST ON VIEWING ONE EDGE AT A TIME, WHEN THE WHOLE DESIGN IS VISIBLE IN EVERY FACET. – DR. MANHATTAN”

“Martha: Where are we?
The Doctor: Ah! Smell that Atlantic breeze. Nice and cold. Lovely. Martha, you’ve met my friend.
Martha: Is that? Oh my god, that’s the Statue of Liberty.
The Doctor: Gateway to the New World. “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.”
Martha: That’s so brilliant. I’ve always wanted to go to New York. I mean the real New York. Not the New New New New New New New…
The Doctor: Well. There’s the genuine article. So good they named it twice. Mind you, it was New Amsterdam originally. Harder to say twice. No wonder it didn’t catch on. New Amsterdam, New Amsterdam.”

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“The Doctor: Herbert Hoover. Thirty-first president of the USA. Came to power about a year ago. Up ’til then New York was a boom town, with the Roaring Twenties. Then—
Martha: The Wall Street Crash. Yeah. What was that, 19290?
The Doctor: Yeah. Whole economy, wiped out overnight. Thousands of people unemployed, all of a sudden the huddled masses doubled in number with nowhere to go. So they ended up here in Central Park.
Martha: What, they actually live in the Park? In the middle of the city?”

“The Doctor: Ordinary people lost their jobs. Couldn’t pay their rent, lost everything. There are places like this all over America. No one’s helping them. You only come to Hooverville when there’s nowhere else to go.”

“Solomon (Hugh Quarshie): No stealin’ and no fightin’. You know the rules. Thirteen years ago, I fought in the Great War. Lot of us did. And the only reason we got through was ’cause we stuck together. No matter how bad things get we still act like human beings. That’s all we got.”

“The Doctor: I suppose that makes you the boss around here.
Solomon: And, ah, who might you be?
Martha: He’s the Doctor, I’m Martha.
Solomon: A doctor? Huh. Well. We got stockbrokers, we got a lawyer. But you’re the first doctor. Neighborhood gets classier by the day.
Martha: How people live here?
Solomon: Any one time? Hundreds. No place else to go. But I will say this about Hooverville. We’re a truly equal society. Black, white, all the same. All starving.”

“Foreman: One word from me and every man on this site stops working. So go on, tell your masters that.
Mr. Diagoras (Eric Loren): Well if that’s your attitude, I think you should tell ’em yourself.
Foreman: Yeah? Well I ain’t afraid of no man in a suit. These new bosses, what’s their names?
Mr. Diagoras: I think you could say they’re from out of town.
Foreman: Italians?
Mr. Diagoras: Bit further than that.
Foreman: How much further?
Mr. Diagoras: Beyond your imagination.
Foreman: Oh what’s that supposed to mean? Who are they? Mr. Diagoras, who are we working for?
Mr. Diagoras: Behold your masters. {a Dalek appears}”

“The Doctor: So. Men going missing, is this true?
Solomon: It’s true all right.
The Doctor: But what does “missing’ mean? People must come and go here all the time, it’s not like anyone’s keeping a register.
Solomon: Come on in. {they enter the tent} This is different.
Martha: In what way?
Solomon: Someone takes them. At night. We hear something—someone calls out for help. By the time we get there they’re gone. Like they vanish into thin air.
The Doctor: And you’re sure someone’s taking them.
Solomon: Doctor, when you’ve got next to nothing, you hold on to the little you’ve got. Knife, blanket, you take it with you. You don’t leave bread uneaten, a fire still burning.”

“Martha: So what about you, Frank? You’re not from around these parts are you?
Frank (Andrew Garfield): Oh you could talk. No, I’m Tennessee born and bred.”

“Martha: Is it radioactive or something? {she gets a whiff} It’s gone off, whatever it is. {the Doctor picks it up} And you’ve got to pick it up.
The Doctor: Shine your torch through it. Composite organic matter. Martha. Medical opinion.
Martha: Well it’s not human, I know that.
The Doctor: No. It’s not. And I’ll tell you something else, we must be at least a half a mile in and I don’t see any signs of a collapse, do you? So why did Mr. Diagoras send us down here?”

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“Martha: Where are we now? What’s up above?
The Doctor: Well. We’re right underneath Manhattan.”

“Mr. Diagoras: And here, the crowning glory of the Empire State Building. The mast itself. One thousand four-hundred and seventy-two feet above New York.
Worker: It’s a beautiful thing, sir. And every one of us is proud of it. My wife says it’s like a spire reaching into heaven.”
Mr. Diagoras: Except the gates of heaven need a little decoration.

“Mr. Diagoras: I don’t care how cold it is, how tired you are. Just get out there and finish the job!”

“Dalek Thay: The conductor must be complete for our plan to succeed.
Mr. Diagoras: Unemployment is such an incentive. It’ll get done, don’t worry.
Dalek Thay: Daleks have no concept of worry.
Mr. Diagoras: Yeah? Well lucky you.”

“Dalek Thay: My planet is gone. Destroyed in a great war. Yet versions of this city stand throughout history. The human race always continues.
Mr. Diagoras: We’ve had wars. I’ve been a soldier myself. And I swore then that I’d survive. No matter what.
Dalek Thay: You have rare ambition.
Mr. Diagoras: I want to run this city, whatever it takes. By any means necessary.
Dalek Thay: You think like a Dalek.
Mr. Diagoras: I’ll take that as a compliment.”

“Mr. Diagoras: Where are we going?
Dalek Thay: You have been summoned by our leader.
Mr. Diagoras: Oh. And about time too.”

“Martha: Doctor, I think you’d better get back here. Doctor!
The Doctor: Actually, good point.
Martha: They’re following you.
The Doctor: Yep. I noticed that. Thanks. Right then. Martha, Frank, Solomon.
Martha: What?
The Doctor: Um… basically… Run!”

“Tallulah (Miranda Raison): And I’m not stupid, I know some guys are just pigs, but not my Laszlo. I mean what kind of guy asks you to meet his mom before he vamooses?
The Doctor: Yeah, might just help if you put that down.
Tallulah: Huh? Oh, sure. {she casually tosses it} Oh come on, it’s not real. It’s just a prop. It was either that or a spear.”

“The Doctor: Listen—what was your name?
Tallulah: Tallulah.
The Doctor: Tallulah.
Tallulah: Three L’s and an H.
The Doctor: Right. We can try and find Laszlo but he’s not the only one. There are people disappearing every night.
Solomon: Down there are creatures. Such creatures…”

“The Doctor: Just rigging up a crude little DNA scan for this beastie. If I can get a chromosomal reading I can find out where it’s from.
Solomon: How ’bout you, Doctor? Where are you from? I’ve been all over, I’ve never heard anybody talk like you. Just exactly who are you?
The Doctor: Oh, I’m just sort of passing by.
Solomon: I’m not a fool, Doctor.
The Doctor: No. Sorry.”

“Martha: Bet they’d listen to you. You’re one of the stars.
Tallulah: Oh honey, I got one song and a back-street review and that’s only because Heidi Shicane broke her ankle—which had nothing to do with me whatever anybody says. I can’t afford to make a fuss. If I don’t make this month’s rent then before you know it I’m in Hooverville.
Martha: Okay. I get it.
Tallulah: It’s the Depression sweetie. Your heart might break but the show must go on. ‘Cause if it stops, you starve.”

“Tallulah: You’re lucky though. You got yourself a forward-thinkin’ guy with that hot potato in the sharp suit.
Martha: He’s not— We’re not… together.
Tallulah: Oh sure you are. I’ve seen the way you look at him. It’s obvious.
Martha: Not to him.
Tallulah: Oh I should have realized. He’s into musical theater, huh? What a waste. Still you gotta live in hope.”

“Dalek Sec: The pig slaves are primitive. The final experiment is greater by far.
Diagoras: But how does that involve me?
Dalek Sec: We need your flesh. Bring him to me!
Dalek Thay: Halt! This action contradicts the Dalek imperative.
Dalek Caan: Daleks are supreme. Humans are weak.
Dalek Sec: But there are millions of humans and only four of us. If we are supreme, why are we not victorious? The Cult of Skaro was created by the Emperor for this very purpose. To imagine new ways of survival.
Dalek Thay: But we must remain pure.
Dalek Sec: No, Dalek Thay. Our purity has brought us to extinction. We must adapt to survive.”

“Tallulah: Have you ever been on stage before?
Martha: Oh, a little bit. You know. Shakespeare.
Tallulah: How dull is that! Come and see a real show.”

“The Doctor: Fundamental DNA type 467-989. {thinking} 989. Hold on, that means planet of origin… Skaro.”

“The Doctor: They survive. They always survive while I lose everything.
Tallulah: That metal thing? What was it?
The Doctor: It’s called a Dalek. And it’s not just metal, it’s alive.
Tallulah: You’re kidding me.
The Doctor: Do I look like I’m kidding? In side that shell is a creature born to hate. Whose only thought is to destroy everything and everyone that isn’t a Dalek too. It’ won’t stop until it’s killed every human being alive.”

“The Doctor: Do you know what happened to Martha?
Laszlo (Ryan Carnes): They took her. It’s my fault—she was following me.
Tallulah: Were you in the theater?
Laszlo: I never… yes.
Tallulah: Why? Why were you there?!
Laszlo: I never wanted you to see me like this.
Tallulah: Why me? What I got to do with this? Were you following me, is that why you were there?
Laszlo: Yes.
Tallulah: Who are you?
Laszlo: I was lonely. I needed to see you.
Tallulah: Who are you?
Laszlo: I’m sorry.
Tallulah: No, wait. Lemme look at you. Laszlo? My Laszlo? What have they done to you?
Laszlo: I’m sorry. I’m so sorry.”

“Frank: What are they keeping us here for?
Martha: I don’t know. I’ve got a nasty feeling we’re being kept in the larder.”

“Laszlo: They’re divided into two groups. High intelligence and low intelligence. The low intelligence are taken to become pig slaves like me.
Tallulah: Well that’s not fair. You’re the smartest guy I ever dated.
The Doctor: And the others?
Laszlo: They’re taken to the laboratory.
The Doctor: Why? What for?”

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“Martha: I’m so glad to see you.
The Doctor: Yeah, well you can kiss me later. You too Frank, if you want.”

“Dalek Thay: You will bear witness.
Martha: To what?
Dalek Thay: This is the dawn of a new age.
Martha: What does that mean?
Dalek Thay: We are the only four Daleks in existence. So the species must evolve. A life outside the shell. The children of Skaro must walk again.”

“Mr. Diagoras/Dalek Sec: I am a human Dalek. I am your future.”

“Thermodynamic miracles… events with odds against so astronomical they’re effectively impossible, like oxygen spontaneously becoming gold. I long to observe such a thing. And yet, in each human coupling, a thousand million sperm vie for a single egg. Multiply those odds by countless generations, against the odds of your ancestors being alive; meeting; siring this precise son; that exact daughter… Until your mother loves a man she has every reason to hate, and of that union, of the thousand million children competing for fertilization, it was you, only you, that emerged. To distill so specific a form from that chaos of improbability, like turning air to gold… that is the crowning unlikelihood. The thermodynamic miracle.”

“A live body and a dead body contain the same number of particles. Structurally there’s no discernible difference.”

“Life and Death are unquantifiable abstracts. Why should I be concerned?”

“Dr. Manhattan’s reply to an invitation to party – “”I’d join..,but I think I’m close to locating a gluino, which would completely validate supersymmetrical theory…”

“Dr. Manhattan’s excuse for not having sex – “”Laurie, try to understand…my work’s at an important stage! It seemed unnecessary to…”

“Dr. Manhattan’s response to Silk Spectre breaking up with him – “If you think there’s a problem with my attitude, I’m prepared to discuss it.

“Dr. Manhattan looking at some photo – “The photograph is in my hand…in twelve seconds time, I drop the photograph …walking away. It’s already lying there, twelve seconds into the future…I found it…twenty-seven hours ago. It’s still there, twenty-seven hours into the past…I’m still there looking at it.”

“Dr. Manhattan decides to look at stars – “”I am going to look at the stars. They are so farDr Manhattan Jonathan Osterman Watchmen away, and their light takes so long to reach us…All we ever see of stars are their old photographs.”

“Dr. Manhattan thinks of sunlight – “”I am two hundred and twenty-seven million kilometers from the sun. It’s light is already ten minutes old…”

“Dr. Manhattan predicts past and future – “”Two hours into my future, I observe meteorites from a glass balcony, thinking about my father. Twelve seconds into my past, I open my fingers…”

“Dr. Manhattan predicts female orgasms and breakups – “”It’s 1959. A pulse flutters in her belly, beneath my cheek. It’s 1966…She’s crying.”

“Dr. Manhattan’s thanks for a gold ring from his girlfriend (Janey Slater) – “”I like it very much. Its atomic structure is a perfect grid, like a checker board.”

“Dr. Manhattan’s comment on superheroes – “”…friend;y middle-aged men who like to dress up…”

“Dr. Manhattan’s view of Comedian (Edward Blake) – “”Blake is interesting. I have never met anyone so deliberately amoral.”

“Dr. Manhattan on sculpting – “”Things have their shape in time, not space alone. Some marble blocks have statues within them embedded in their future.”

“Dr. Manhattan forgets that he was once human – “”I am tired of this world, these people. I am tired of being caught in the tangle of their lives.”

“Dr. Manhattan on being late – “”But it’s too late. Always has been, Always will be too late.”

“Dr. Manhattan’s masterpiece – “”We’re all puppets Laurie. I’m just a puppet who can see the strings.”

“Dr. Manhattan’s wonders why humans can’t predict future – “”There is no future. There is no past…Time is simultaneous, an intricately structured jewel that humans insist on viewing one edge at a time, when the whole design is visible in every facet.”

“Dr. Manhattan’s reply to Laurie’s questions –
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Laurie: “What’s in the bottle?”

“A live body and a dead body contain the same number of particles. Structurally, there’s no discernible difference. Life and death are unquantifiable abstracts. Why should I be concerned?”

“They call me Dr. Manhattan. They explain the name has been chosen for the ominous associations it will raise in America’s enemies. The marketing boys say I need a logo. If I’m to have a symbol it shall be one I respect. [draws a symbol of a hydrogen atom on his head]”

“Everything is preordained. Even my responses.”

“I am tired of Earth, these people. I’m tired of being caught in the tangle of their lives.”

“They claim their labors are to build a heaven, yet their heaven is populated with horrors. Perhaps the world is not made. Perhaps nothing is made. A clock
without a craftsman. It’s too late. Always has been, always will be…too late.”

“I am two-hundred and twenty-seven million kilometers from the sun. Its light is already ten minutes old. It will not reach Pluto for another two hours. Two hours into my future, I observe meteorites from a glass balcony, thinking about my father. Twelve seconds, into my past, I open my fingers. The photograph is falling. I am watching the stars. Halley’s Comet tumbles through the solar system on its great, seventy-six year ellipse. My father admired the sky for its precision. He repaired watches. It’s 1945, I sit in a Brooklyn kitchen, fascinated by an arrangement of cogs on black velvet. I am sixteen years old. It is 1985. I am on Mars. I am fifty-six years old. The photograph lies at my feet; falls from my fingers, is in my hand. I am watching the stars, admiring their complex trajectories through space and time. I am trying to give a name to the force that set them in motion.”

“There is no future. There is no past. Do you see? Time is simultaneous, an intricately structured jewel that humans insist on viewing one edge at a time, when the whole design is visible in every facet.”

“We’re all puppets, Laurie. I’m just a puppet who can see the strings.”

“Thermodynamic miracles… events with odds against so astronomical they’re effectively impossible, like oxygen spontaneously becoming gold. I long to observe such a thing. And yet, in each human coupling, a thousand million sperm vie for a single egg. Multiply those odds by countless generations, against the odds of your ancestors being alive; meeting; siring this precise son; that exact daughter… Until your mother loves a man she has every reason to hate, and of that union, of the thousand million children competing for fertilization, it was you, only you, that emerged. To distill so specific a form from that chaos of improbability, like turning air to gold… that is the crowning unlikelihood. The thermodynamic miracle.”

“Yes. Anybody in the world. .. But the world is so full of people, so crowded with these miracles that they become commonplace and we forget… I forget. We gaze continually at the world and it grows dull in our perceptions. Yet seen from the another’s vantage point, as if new, it may still take our breath away. Come… dry your eyes, for you are life, rarer than a quark and unpredictable beyond the dreams of Heisenberg. Come, dry your eyes. And let’s go home.”

“I am disappointed, Veidt. Very disappointed. Restructuring myself after the subtraction of my intrinsic field was the first trick I learned. It didn’t kill Osterman… Did you think it would kill me? I’ve walked across the surface of the sun. I’ve seen events so tiny and so fast they hardly can be said to have occurred at all. But you… you’re just a man. And the world’s smartest man poses no more threat to me than does its smartest termite.”

In my opinion, the existence of life is a highly overrated phenomenon.”

“Dr. Manhattan: “”What do you want to be in the bottle?”
——

“Laurie: “Humanity is about to be become extinct. Doesn’t it bother you”

“Dr. Manhattan: “All that pain and conflict done with? All that needless suffering over at last? No, that doesn’t bother me.”
——
“Laurie: “Jon, what about the war? You’ve got to prevent it! Everyone will die.”

“Dr. Manhattan: “…And the universe will not even notice.”

“Dr. Manhattan’s view of human life – “In my opinion, it’s a highly overrated phenomenon. Mars gets along perfectly without so much as a micro-organism.”

“Dr. Manhattan’s sarcasm about environment pollution – (talking of Mars) “”…Giant steps, ninety feet high…A constantly changing topographical map, flowing and shifting…Tell me…would it be greatly improved by an oil pipeline?”

“Dr. Manhattan feels quantum mechanics is more important than human life – “”I read atoms, Laurie. I see the ancient spectacle that birthed the rubble. Beside this, human life is brief and mundane.”

“Dr. Manhattan finally feels that human life is a miracle – “”In each human coupling, a thousand million sperm vie for a single egg. Multiply those odds by countless generations, against the odds of your ancestors being alive, meeting, siring this precise son; that exact daughter…until your mother loves a man …and of that union, of the thousand million children competing for fertilization, it was you, only you…(it’s) like turning air to gold…thermodynamic miracle.”

“Dr. Manhattan soothes his girlfriend Silk Spectre – “”Come…dry your eyes, for you are life, rarer than a quark and unpredictable beyond the dreams of Heisenberg…dry your eyes…”

“Dr. Manhattan coming back from dead – “”Restructuring myself after the subtraction of my intrinsic field was the first trick I learned. It didn’t kill Osterman…Did you think it would kill me?”

“Dr. Manhattan ridiculing Ozymandias (Adrian Veidt) – “”…this world’s smartest man means no more to me than does its smartest termite.”

“Dr. Manhattan’s masterpiece – “Nothing ends…Nothing ever ends.”

“To read more fun stuff on Dr. Manhattan, click – Dr. Manhattan’s personal life”

“To read about Dr. Manhattan’s origin, click – Dr. Manhattan’s Origin”

“To find out if Dr. Manhattan can beat Superman and Hulk, click –
Dr. Manhattan vs Superman and Hulk”

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