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U.L.T.R.A. Humanite (02 - Morgan Wilde)
Real Name: Morgan Wilde
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Bio:
An independent scientist that created the U.L.T.R.A. (Under-Light Transmitive Radiation Analyzer) device, a way to transfer one's "soul" into another's body. In LexCorp's attempt to steal his research, they murdered his wife, Barbara. Rather than let LexCorp gain his research, he destroyed it by blowing up his house.

Although Wilde's body was destroyed in the explosion, he managed to transfer his soul into the body of LexCorp's Senior VP, Edward Carlisle, and began a sabotage campaign against LexCorp as the U.L.T.R.A. Humanite. Wilde, however, was found out by the head of LexCorp security, Drake, whom then killed Carlisle's body. Once again, instead of dying, Wilde managed to transfer his soul into Drake's body and continued his campaign against LexCorp.

Eventually, Superman, with the help of Lois Lane, figured out that Wilde was in Drake's body and managed to defeat him by destroying his U.L.T.R.A. device and, by proxy, Lex Luthor's new building, Lex Towers. Drake's body survived, but was left a vegetable with the departure of Wilde's soul.
However, Wilde managed to transfer his soul one final time into an unknown man, searing vengeance against LexCorp, Superman and Lois Lane.

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First Appearance: Legends of the DC Universe (1998) #1

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DC Comics Presents: Superman - Sole Survivor (2011)
Legends of the DC Universe (1998)

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