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Doctor Moon

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2007-10-27 02:06:18 Skyhawke Notes Created by Dennis O'Neil and Irv Novick
2007-10-27 01:58:26 Skyhawke Powers Doctor Moon has no superhuman abilities but is an expert in gene therapy, psychological conditioning and torture.
2007-10-27 01:58:26 Skyhawke Bio He sold his services to finance his experiments and has taken work for the Joker and the Suicide Squad among others in the past. Pre-Crisis, he was retained by Doctor Cyber after her face was hideously burned, to transfer her brain to a new body, ideally that of Diana Prince/Wonder Woman. When Amanda Waller hired him, he was used to work on Plastique. He was an employee of the Sunderland Corporation and an associate of the Captains of Industry; he oversaw the metagene operation that changed Air Wave into Maser. Dr. Moon is killed in a fight with Kate Spencer when, during a savage hand-to-hand confrontation, she stabs him with his own scalpel.


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