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    • His spirit is refused entering into the afterlife however, and he is sent back to Earth by an entity referred to only as "The Voice" to eliminate evil.Spectre (DC Comics character)-Wikipedia
    • Despite his power, he is still bound by the divine laws of the Presence and is subject to even greater punishment from the Presence himself if these bounds are crossed.Eclipso-Wikipedia
    • The Presence is the God of the DC Universe; he created all reality.DC Universe-Wikipedia
    • After various catalytic events, he endeavored to create a universe in competition with (and presumably against the wishes of) his father, Yahweh.Lucifer (DC Comics)-Wikipedia
    • The Spectre has all the abilities of God, including, but not limited to, manipulation of time and space, manipulation of matter and energy, invulnerability, limitless strength, and reality alteration.Spectre (DC Comics character)-Wikipedia
    • The Presence, in the form of a dog, notes that Ryder's story is not over, that he was not led to his death but rather to his destiny.Creeper (DC Comics)-Wikipedia

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