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Doctor Moon has no superhuman abilities but is an expert in gene therapy, psychological conditioning and torture.
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.
Created by Dennis O'Neil and Irv Novick
First Appearance: Batman (1940) #240
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Action Comics (1938)
Adventures of Superman (1987)
#240 Batman and the Outsiders (1983)
- 'Vengeance For A Dead Man!'
Batman Klassik (1990)
#1 Batman und Superman präsentieren (2005)
- 'Die Saga von Ras al Ghul'#2
- 'Die Saga von Ras al Ghul'#3
- 'Die Sage von Ras Al Ghul'#4
- 'Die Sage von Ras Al Ghul'
Batman: Tales of the Demon (1991)
Batman: Two-Face Strikes Twice (1993)
Detective Comics (1937)
Diana Prince: Wonder Woman (2008)
Firestorm, the Nuclear Man (1986)
#2 Hawkworld (1990)
- 'Dead End'#3
- 'Into the Abyss'#4
- 'The Return of Hawkwoman'#5
- 'A Rage of Hawks'
#13 Identity Crisis (2004)
- 'Wall Street Raider'#29
- 'Flight's End : Into the Flames'
#2 Legends of the Dark Knight: Alan Davis (2012)
- 'Chapter Two: House of Lies'
TPB vol. 03 Richard Dragon, Kung-Fu Fighter (1975)
- 'Who's Your Daddy, Part 2: Fear and Loathing'#18
- 'Who's Your Daddy?, Part 3: Domestic Violence'#19
- 'Who's Your Daddy?, Part 4: Deaths in the Family'
#7 Starman (1988)
- 'Command: Slay The Dragon'#14
- 'The Man Who Studied With Bruce Lee'
#22 Suicide Squad (1987)
- 'Stories from the Land of Spirits'
Tales of the Batman: Don Newton (2011)
The Saga of Ra's Al Ghul (1988)
Who's Who: Update '87 (1987)
#2 Wonder Woman (1942)
- 'Catwoman II to Goldstar'
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