Doctor Impossible

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Doctor Impossible is a male comic supervillain that features in DC Comics.



Doctor Impossible in Justice League of America v2 #42.

Doctor Impossible

There were numerous rumours about the identity of the masked villain with him claiming that he was the brother of Mister Miracle who came from Apokolips whilst another one said that he was a goon of the Penguin who found a stolen Mother Box. (Justice League of America v2 #1)

Doctor Impossible was among the various villains that were disappearing. (Justice League of America v2 #1)

He was dispatched by his master to recover the body of the android Red Tornado where he decapitated Platinum and Gold who were guarding the site. (Justice League of America v2 #1) Doctor Impossible was among the villains then that went to confront the Parasite in St. Roch. He arrived when Black Lightning was at the scene investigating the string of supervillain disturbances where he battled the group of supervillains. Pierce managed to take down Trident only to be defeated by Doctor Impossible who was forced to flee as Hawkgirl had arrived but he did acquire the frozen body of Parasite. The body was taken to Professor Ivo with the arm severed as part of an experiment on behalf of their respective employer. (Justice League of America v2 #3) He along with Trident and Plastique returned to Professor Ivo whose base had been discovered by Green Lantern Hal Jordan, Black Canary and Roy Harper. Ivo tasked Impossible along with the others that were under his Starro mind control devices to fight the heroes but the trio of villains were defeated when the mind control parasites were removed from their necks. (Justice League of America v2 #3)

Slade Wilson later hired him to work alongside Doctor Sivana in building the Methuselah Device that was to be used to resurrect his son Jericho. (Titans Annual v2 #1)

He was approached by Owlman who wanted Doctor Impossible to build a resurrection machine to bring back Alexander Luthor. This was because the deceased had unleashed a dark matter bomb on Earth-3 threatening to destroy the world. Thus, the Crime Syndicate of America looked to bring back to Luthor to reverse the destruction. To achieve that, Impossible gathered a team of followers where they set out gathering various New God relics. In reality, Doctor Impossible had no intention of honouring their agreement as he intended to bring back Darkseid. (Justice League of America v2 #50) Alongside Hunter, he attacked a facility at Fawcett City where he fought against the Power Company in order to claim a relic. Whilst the heroes were investigating disturbances, Doctor Impossible and his allies then used this as an opportunity to infiltrate the Justice League Watchtower. (Justice League of America v2 #43) At the appointed hour, Doctor Impossible betrayed Owlman and had his minion Hunter used as a vessel for Darkseid's resurrection. However, the process did not bring back Darkseid but rather a new being known as the Omega Man. (Justice League of America v2 #50) The Omega Man intended to consume the souls of everyone leading to Doctor Impossible to escape via Boom Tube after his comrades were killed. (Justice League of America v2 #51)


Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

Doctor Impossible claimed that he had trained under Virman Vundabar and studied under Desaad along with Granny Goodness whilst having the natural talent to escape traps like his brother Mister Miracle. (Justice League of America v2 #3)

He was equipped with a Father Box that gave him a range of abilities. Among these was the power to use Hush Tubes allowing him to vanish from a location and be teleported elsewhere. (Justice League of America v2 #1) In addition, he could make use of regular Boom Tubes to transport himself and others to distant locations. (Justice League of America v2 #3) It could also generate a cloaking field of Apokolipitian origin to hide him from others though Power Rings were able to detect it. (Justice League of America v2 #3)

Father Box was capable of warning him of danger and threats to him. (Justice League of America v2 #3)

He began to operate alongside a number of minions patterned after the New Gods of New Genesis with these including Hunter, Neon Black, Chair and Tender Mercy. (Justice League of America v2 #3)


  • Doctor Impossible was created by Brad Meltzer and Ed Benes where he made his first appearance in Justice League of America v2 #1 (October, 2006).

Alternate Versions


  • Justice League of America v2:
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  • Earth-2:

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