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This is the Animal Man disambiguation page. Animal Man is a super-hero who can use the abilities of any animal. His powers are gained from tapping into the morphogenic field known as The Red, giving him the power of any animal on the planet and sometimes the
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Animal Man is a super-hero who can use the abilities of any animal. His powers are gained from tapping into the morphogenic field known as The Red, giving him the power of any animal on the planet and sometimes the universe. In his secret identity he is an actor and stuntman, with a wife named Ellen Frazier and two children Cliff and Maxine living in San Diego. He has been a member of the Forgotten Heroes and Justice League Europe. Animal Man was created by Dave Wood and Carmine Infantino, first appearing in Strange Adventures #180. (1965)



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