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'''Jack the Ripper''' was an alias for an unidentified [[serial killer]] who [[murder]]ed multiple [[women]] in [[London]] in [[1888]].
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'''Jack the Ripper''' was an alias for an unidentified [[serial killer]] who [[murder]]ed multiple [[women]] in [[London]] in [[1888]]=[[1891]].
   
 
It is possible that Jack was one of the many aliases used by [[Vandal Savage]] during his [[Immortality|long lifetime]], although no such evidence existed to support this [[theory]].<ref>This was suggested in [[DC Comics|the comics]], but it was never mentioned in the [[Super Friends!|Superfriends franchise]] to [[User:Noah Tall|this editor's]] knowledge.</ref>
 
It is possible that Jack was one of the many aliases used by [[Vandal Savage]] during his [[Immortality|long lifetime]], although no such evidence existed to support this [[theory]].<ref>This was suggested in [[DC Comics|the comics]], but it was never mentioned in the [[Super Friends!|Superfriends franchise]] to [[User:Noah Tall|this editor's]] knowledge.</ref>

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Jack the Ripper
Jack the Ripper
Information
Real name: Unknown
Species: Human (presumably)
Homeworld: Earth
Universe: Earth-1A
Occupation: Serial killer
Base: London

Jack the Ripper was an alias for an unidentified serial killer who murdered multiple women in London in 1888=1891.

It is possible that Jack was one of the many aliases used by Vandal Savage during his long lifetime, although no such evidence existed to support this theory.[1]

History

Earth-1A

In 1979, Mordru sang his own version of a song called That's Entertainment!, which mentioned Jack the Ripper in its' lyrics.

The song referred to young people that had the desire to meet "pretty girls on the street." With the intention of killing them, or as the song said: "with a plan, that Jack the Ripper began."[2]

Powers and Abilities

Super Powers

Unknown.

Abilities

Appearances

Legends of the Superheroes

Notes

  • Jack the Ripper first appeared in Lois Lane # 108 (February 1971).[3]

References

  1. This was suggested in the comics, but it was never mentioned in the Superfriends franchise to this editor's knowledge.
  2. As seen in the Legends of the Superheroes episode The Roast (1979).
  3. For more information about that DC comic book, click here.

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