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Doctor Rebos is a scientist. His assistant was named Loco. He used his knowledge of robotics to create doppelgänger androids of the Superfriends to sabotage the space program. He had also abducted Wendy and Marv. The pair were curious why a man of science actually was against the space program, Dr. Rebos reveals that he feels the U.S. government was being wasteful on astronaut programs when there were so many people problems on Earth. Dr. Rebos also dismissed the 1969 moon landing as wasting huge amounts of the taxpayers' money as just gathering a few moon rocks and some space dust. Dr. Rebos was not so much anti-space as he believed the first responsibility of the U.S. government is to protect the American people, and that space programs were strictly secondary to problems on Earth. Wendy says that the moon landing revolutionalized scientific research and created thousands of new jobs, and that there are legal and proper channels for Dr. Rebos to voice his concerns to leaders. When the Superfriends abduct Dr. Rebos, Marv and Wendy actually have sympathy for his condition, saying he is not the typical "mad scientist" and that he could be beneficial, but the Superfriends say he must face the courts for all the crimes he has committed, and maybe after paying his debt to society he can start to do good. 
Powers and Abilities
- Science: Rebos was an expert in robotics, and he invented a number of androids to prove it.
- Sabotage: He was a master saboteur, as he had ingeniously crafted a plan to sabotage the space program. He also was aware the Super Friends may be defending the space shuttle launches, and made preparations to foil them, such as exposing Superman to a piece of Kryptonite.
- Genius-Level Intellect: Rebos was very intelligent, as he was creative enough to invent incredibly awesome life-like androids.
- Disguise: Rebos was a master of disguise, as he constantly used disguises during his sabotaging operations.
Arguably Rebos' greatest weakness was his poor judgment and lack of ethics. He felt his desire to stop the space program meant he could use his mechanical skills illegally, rather than voice his concerns through legal and constitutional means.