Doctor Fate

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Khalid Bin Hassin as Doctor Fate from Earth 2 v1 #11.

Doctor Fate is the name of several characters in the DC Universe.


Doctor Fate (Kent Nelson)

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Doctor Fate (Eric Strauss)

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Doctor Fate (Linda Strauss)

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Doctor Fate (Inza Nelson)

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Doctor Fate (Jared Stevens)

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Doctor Fate (Hector Hall)

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Doctor Fate (Kent V. Nelson)

Main Article: Kent V. Nelson

Doctor Fate (Khalid Nassour)

Main Article: Khalid Nassour


Among the spells known to him included:

  • Silver Spikes of Sharudim : fired silver spikes that manifested and fired at targets to impale them. (Countdown to Mystery v1 #1)
  • Jaduan Shield : a golden shield to protect him from attacks. (Countdown to Mystery v1 #2)
  • Jaduan Spears : firing either individual or multiple red arcane energy spears. (Countdown to Mystery v1 #2)
  • Spirit Winds of Azagoth : a blast of wind that could also allow him to fly. (Countdown to Mystery v1 #2)


  • The concept of Doctor Fate was created by Gardner Fox and Howard Sherman where he made his first appearance in More Fun Comics v1 #55 (May, 1940).

Alternate Versions

  • In Earth 2 v1 #9 (2013), Khalid Ben-Hassin was shown to be Doctor Fate in the alternate world of Earth-2 in the post-Flashpoint Multiverse. On this Earth, he and Kendra Munoz-Saunders were hired by the World Army to conduct an archaeological expedition to Egypt. There, they discovered the tomb of Nabu with Khalid finding the Helmet of Fate that transformed him into Doctor Fate whilst Kendra had wings grafted to her that turned her into Hawkgirl. He was bonded to Nabu when wearing the helmet but whenever he took it off he experienced bouts of insanity leading to him reluctantly living in this role before banishing the helmet to the Tower of Fate.

In other media




  • Justice Society of America:
  • Earth 2:

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