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  • Doctor Destiny
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  • Doctor Destiny is a supervillain in the DC comics and a rogue enemy of the Justice League. There have been other characters with the same name.
  • Doctor Destiny is the alter ego of John Dee, a low life convict who acquired the ability of ESP.
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  • Doctor Destiny is a fictional supervillain published by DC Comics. He first appeared in Justice League of America Vol. 1 #5 (June 1961), and was created by Gardner Fox and Mike Sekowsky.
  • In the parallel universe, known as Earth-One, John Dee was a genius, criminal scientist capable of creating technology far beyond those of the contemporary era. During his first villainous attempt, he called himself Doctor Destiny and created an anti-gravity device that allowed him to capture Green Lantern. He began impersonate him, and designed a series of traps to capture the remaining Justice League of America.
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  • Doctor Destiny
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  • Black
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  • Brown
Name
  • Doctor Destiny
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  • Doctor Destiny from JLA Vol. 1 #176,
  • artist Dick Dillin
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  • Telepathy
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  • Doctor Destiny
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  • Green Lantern
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  • #233B85
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  • John Dee
Powers
  • Dream manipulation and extensive medical knowledge
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  • Justice League of America Vol. 1 #5
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  • John Dee
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  • Doctor Destiny is a supervillain in the DC comics and a rogue enemy of the Justice League. There have been other characters with the same name.
  • Doctor Destiny is the alter ego of John Dee, a low life convict who acquired the ability of ESP.
  • In the parallel universe, known as Earth-One, John Dee was a genius, criminal scientist capable of creating technology far beyond those of the contemporary era. During his first villainous attempt, he called himself Doctor Destiny and created an anti-gravity device that allowed him to capture Green Lantern. He began impersonate him, and designed a series of traps to capture the remaining Justice League of America. His next attempt at the business was pointed towards the manipulation of dreams. He managed to create a drug designed to alter reality through dreams, though all subjects had burned out while under its influence. He then realized that all that was necessary to counter this was blood-pressure medicine, and used his drug to battle the JLA. Defeated, he then decided the medicine was not the way to go; instead, he built a series of powerful machines designed to alter reality much like his drug had done; he called these machines Materioptikons; the strongest was a blood-red gemstone, also called Materioptikon. The JLA barely managed to defeat Dr. Destiny and destroy the first Materioptikon. Destiny would return many times, seeking to reconstruct or reactivate his Materioptikons, money, the defeat of the JLA, power, and mostly the restoration of his human appearance.
  • File:Doctor Destiny 001.gif Write the text of your article here! File:Doctor Destiny-Henchman-Elph.gif
  • Doctor Destiny is a fictional supervillain published by DC Comics. He first appeared in Justice League of America Vol. 1 #5 (June 1961), and was created by Gardner Fox and Mike Sekowsky.