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The Spectre is a major character from DC Comics who was infamous for exacting extremely graphic and often torturous punishments on others during his early years and continued this trend on and off into the modern age as the embodiment of God's Wrath.

Description

The Spectre was created by Jerry Siegel and Bernard Baily, first appearing in More Fun Comics #52.

Comic Book History

Appearances In Other Media

Television

  • The Spectre appeared in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode "Chill of the Night!", voiced by Mark Hamill. However, it is unclear that who is the host of the Spectre.
  • In the series Smallville, the Spectre appears in the 2-hour episode titled "Absolute Justice" in a painting alongside other members of the Justice Society. No other information is given.
  • Fox Television is developing The Spectre as a potential television series to be written by Brandon Camp, creator of the television series John Doe.

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Video Games

Powers and Abilities

The Spectre is an extremely powerful cosmic entity, able to manifest almost any power that he wishes and for all intents and purposes can be considered omnipotent. However he does have some notable weaknesses and thus is not quite on the same scale as a true Supreme Being (such as The Presence).

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Videos

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The Spectre - DC Universe Online Character Cutscene

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