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    Jack the Ripper (Earth-Prime)

    No one remembers my face.
    — Jack the Ripper[src]

    "Jack the Ripper", also known as Dr. "White", was a serial killer who operated in Victorian London.

    Biography[edit source]

    Early Life[edit source]

    Jack killed many people but was never caught by the police. Sometime later, he died and went to Hell.[1]

    Encore[edit source]

    While in Hell, Jack was sent as an encore to John Constantine's house in 1910 by Lachesis to get the final piece of the Loom of Fate, being promised a new life in return. To aid him in his quest, he was given a Hell knife, with which he tried to attack John Constantine and Zari Tarazi. However, he was defeated by them and locked up. Later that night, Jack was found by encores Bonnie and Clyde, who had also been sent by Lachesis. After explaining his situation, they apprehended John and Zari but were ultimately sent back to Hell by the two through Hell weapons.[1]

    Powers and Abilities[edit source]

    • Medical Knowledge: Jack was able to alter his face to the point where he resembled a different person, so his old face was forgotten.[1]
    • Stealth: Jack evaded the police whilst on his killing spree.[1]

    Equipment[edit source]

    Former Equipment[edit source]

    Appearances[edit source]

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    Gallery[edit source]

    References[edit source]

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