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Mister Oz is a major character in DC Rebirth and was for some time one of the main antagonists of the saga, however he has been surpassed in that field by his mysterious "benefactor", who was actually responsible for Mister Oz's descent into misanthropy and madness (this "benefactor" is none other than Doctor Manhattan, best known for his role in Watchmen).
after a heated argument on their differing ethics and worldviews, Superman and Jor-El engaged in physical combat, with Jor-El striking down his own son using his green kryptonite eye-beam: an act that Superman found repulsive and called him on, this seemed to shock Jor-El long enough for Superman to grab his staff and break it.
Upon having his staff broken Jor-El reverted to his true self and became deeply remorseful, he explained the staff was keeping him alive but at the cost of his sanity, he begged his son's forgiveness and promised he had always loved him - just as a powerful blue energy spirited him away, with Superman pursuing but being overpowered: Jor-El's fate is unknown but it is likely Manhattan has plans to revert him back to Mister Oz (or simply erase him).
Mister Oz was vastly powerful, with alien technologies beyond anything seen in the mainstream DC universe - he was able to spirit away entities such as Doomsday, Mister Mxyzptlk, and Robin, confining them to prisons while keeping them exiled from mainstream events : he was able to monitor all of human history via massive monitors and could appear almost anywhere at any time.
Mister Oz could also fire beams of green kryptonite from his eye, despite such radiation being lethal to his people - he was reliant on his staff to perform these godlike powers, when Superman broke his staff Mister Oz immediately began to die but also seemed to regain his original mind, warning Superman of a greater danger and expressing remorse.. he was no match for Manhattan, who effortlessly spirited him away despite Superman trying to save him.
Mister Oz is unique among many of Superman's villains in that he was not driven by petty power or hatred, indeed he had many valid points about humanity's seeming tendency for self-destruction, furthermore, he became extremely remorseful after his staff was broken - revealing that Manhattan was the true mastermind behind Oz's misanthropic crusade.
the identity of Mister Oz as Jor-El further clarifies that Manhattan is calculating in his alteration of the DC multiverse, seeming to deliberately target events and beings that embody hope or heroic values.