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| real name = [[sleeping|Sleep]]
 
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==[[History]]==
 
==[[History]]==
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===[[Earth-1A]]===
   
 
One billion years prior to [[1983]], '''Sleep''' was [[incarceration|imprisoned]] in a [[container]] by an unknown [[alien|ancient alien race]].
 
One billion years prior to [[1983]], '''Sleep''' was [[incarceration|imprisoned]] in a [[container]] by an unknown [[alien|ancient alien race]].
   
By the [[20th century]], [[Superman]] accidentally frees him in a [[mining]] [[Gotham Mining Corporation|shaft]] in [[Gotham City]]. He and [[Batman]] were forced to fall asleep and enter the [[Dream World]], which he seemed to have full control of at first.
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By the [[20th century]], [[Superman]] accidentally frees him in a [[mining]] [[Gotham Mining Corporation|shaft]] in [[Gotham City]]. He and [[Batman]] were forced to fall asleep and enter the [[Dream World]], which he seemed to have [[Dream Manipulation|full control of]] at first.
   
 
Later, when [[Wonder Woman]] arrived at the scene, she too entered the Dream World but with a plan to have one of the [[coal]] [[mining|miners]] there wake her up with her [[Lasso of Truth]].
 
Later, when [[Wonder Woman]] arrived at the scene, she too entered the Dream World but with a plan to have one of the [[coal]] [[mining|miners]] there wake her up with her [[Lasso of Truth]].
   
As she enters the Dream World and finds Superman and Batman in peril, she reminded them that [[dreaming|dreams]] could be controlled through concentration. '''Sleep''' was in disbelief that they'd ever escape. However they do, and upon waking up, they put him back in his container that was [[incarceration|imprisoning]] him.<ref>As seen in the [[Super Friends (TV Series)|Superfriends]] [[season 7|season seven episode]] ''[[Prisoners of Sleep]]'' (1983).</ref>
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As she enters the Dream World and finds the [[World's Finest]] in peril, she reminded them that [[dreaming|dreams]] could be controlled through concentration. '''Sleep''' was in disbelief that they'd ever escape. However they do, and upon waking up, they put him back in his container that was [[incarceration|imprisoning]] him.<ref>As seen in the [[Super Friends (TV Series)|Superfriends]] [[season 7|season seven episode]] ''[[Prisoners of Sleep]]'' (1983).</ref>
   
 
==Powers and Abilities==
 
==Powers and Abilities==
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===[[super power|Super Powers]]===
 
===[[super power|Super Powers]]===
   
*'''[[Shape-Shifting]]''': As a [[ghost]]-like being, he was made of a what appeared to be some sort of [[gas|gaseous]] [[matter]], which allowed him to take on a variety of [[ghost]]ly forms and [[smoke|smokey]] shapes. The [[gas]] he was made of also seemed to be similar to [[knock-out gas]], which caused anyone breathing it in to fall [[sleeping|asleep]].
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*'''[[Shape-Shifting]]''': As a [[ghost]]-like being, he was made of a what appeared to be some sort of [[gas|gaseous]] [[matter]], which allowed him to take on a variety of [[ghost]]ly forms and [[smoke|smokey]] shapes.
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*'''[[Toxikinesis|Sleep-Inducing Gas]]''': The [[gas]] he was made of seemed to be similar to [[knockout gas|knock-out gas]], which acted as a [[poison|toxin]] to [[Human]]s; causing anyone breathing it in to fall [[sleeping|asleep]].
   
 
*'''[[Intangibility]]''': He was like a [[ghost]], and he couldn't be touched when [[Superman]] tried to grab him. Only [[Superman]]'s [[Super Breath|superbreath]] was able to have any [[power|physical power]] over him.
 
*'''[[Intangibility]]''': He was like a [[ghost]], and he couldn't be touched when [[Superman]] tried to grab him. Only [[Superman]]'s [[Super Breath|superbreath]] was able to have any [[power|physical power]] over him.
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*'''[[Teleportation]]''': He was capable of disappearing and reappearing elsewhere at will.
 
*'''[[Teleportation]]''': He was capable of disappearing and reappearing elsewhere at will.
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*'''[[Immortality]]''': He was at least well over a billion years of age, and capable of living a good deal longer.
   
 
*'''[[Dream Manipulation]]''': He was able to create [[dreaming|dream images]] within the [[Dream World]].
 
*'''[[Dream Manipulation]]''': He was able to create [[dreaming|dream images]] within the [[Dream World]].
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*'''[[Telepathy]]''': His mind was capable of entering Superman and Batman's minds while they were in the [[Dream World]].
   
 
==Weaknesses==
 
==Weaknesses==
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:Characters]]
 
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[[Category:Villains]]
 
[[Category:Villains]]

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Sleep
Sleep
Information
Real name: Sleep
Species: Demon
Universe: Dream World
Sex: Male
Occupation: Demon of the Dream World

Sleep was a supervillain that had power over anyone who was asleep, controlling their dreams and nightmares.

HistoryEdit

Earth-1AEdit

One billion years prior to 1983, Sleep was imprisoned in a container by an unknown ancient alien race.

By the 20th century, Superman accidentally frees him in a mining shaft in Gotham City. He and Batman were forced to fall asleep and enter the Dream World, which he seemed to have full control of at first.

Later, when Wonder Woman arrived at the scene, she too entered the Dream World but with a plan to have one of the coal miners there wake her up with her Lasso of Truth.

As she enters the Dream World and finds the World's Finest in peril, she reminded them that dreams could be controlled through concentration. Sleep was in disbelief that they'd ever escape. However they do, and upon waking up, they put him back in his container that was imprisoning him.[1]

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Super PowersEdit

  • Teleportation: He was capable of disappearing and reappearing elsewhere at will.
  • Immortality: He was at least well over a billion years of age, and capable of living a good deal longer.
  • Telepathy: His mind was capable of entering Superman and Batman's minds while they were in the Dream World.

WeaknessesEdit

AppearanceEdit

Super Friends (TV Series)

ReferencesEdit

  1. As seen in the Superfriends season seven episode Prisoners of Sleep (1983).
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