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==Fictional character biography==
'''Jack Ryder''' is a former [[Gotham City]] television [[talk show]] [[talk show host|host]] who was fired due to his outspoken nature.<ref>{{cite book |last1=Greenberger |first1=Robert |title=The Essential Batman Encyclopedia |date=2008 |publisher=Del Rey |isbn=9780345501066 |pages=98-99}}</ref> In ''[[Bruce Wayne: The Road Home#Outsiders|Bruce Wayne: The Road Home: Outsiders]]'', it is revealed that he once dated [[Vicki Vale]]. Finding employment in security headed by [[Bill Brane]], he attempts to rescue a scientist named [[Vincent Yatz|Dr. Yatz]] whom mobsters headed by gangster [[Angel Devlin]] have kidnapped in order to obtain his newest discoveries. The chief mobster hosts a masquerade party at his mansion. To gain entry, Ryder improvises a costume from yellow tights and facial make-up designed to look like skin, a green wig and trunks, and red gloves, boots, and furry cloak. Ryder locates Yatz inside, but the mobsters discover him and first shoot at him, but then finally stabs him, wounding Ryder. Yatz injects Ryder with a serum and implants a device in his wound. The serum confers the power to almost instantly heal any wound and grants Ryder enhanced strength and agility. The device, used with its activator, causes the costume to disappear, leaving Ryder naked (he can later change into his formal clothes on command). Yatz inadvertently leaves the activator out of the wound, but does not realize this until after the wound had healed. At this point, the mobsters find their victims again, this time killing Yatz. Ryder discovers that with the activator, he can regain the wild costume whenever he wishes. With it, a crazy laugh and his enhanced physical abilities, he has no trouble routing the crooks.<ref name="dc-ency"/>
As the Creeper, Ryder has a series of adventures dealing with supervillains, while hiding his secret identity from his friends and cohorts and dealing with weather girl personality [[Vera Sweet]] who also acts as his love interest.
The eventual revision of the Creeper's origin eliminated the serum and claims that the scientist surgically implanted two devices (some accounts claim a single device with two effects) that enhance Ryder's physical abilities and can recreate an object whose "imprint" is stored in its circuitry. The scientist performs this surgery to save Ryder's life after criminals he was investigating attacked and drugged him. Because the scientist is unaware of the drugs in Ryder's system he inadvertently recorded their "imprint" at the same time he recorded the "imprint" of the costume, thus the device that recreates Ryder's costume when he becomes the Creeper also recreates the drugs in his system, explaining the Creeper's odd personality. These drugs so overwhelm Ryder's system that their effect becomes cumulative and the Creeper gradually becomes more irrational. When the Creeper changes back to Jack Ryder, the drugs disappear and with them, the psychosis. Eventually, Ryder comes to believe that he and the Creeper are two entirely different people instead of two roles played by the same man; he also holds this belief in his Creeper persona, which becomes increasingly disdainful of "Jack Ryder". The Creeper once regained his rationality while bound by [[Wonder Woman]]'s magic lasso, but the implications of this have never been explored.
'''المساليت''' بلغة المساليت ''مصارا'' ، وهي مجموعة عرقية تسكن إقليم [[دارفور]] غرب [[السودان]] و إقليم الوادي شرق [[تشاد]]. اللغة الرسمية للقبيلة هي لغة المساليت، واللغة [[نيلية صحراوية]]. ويبلغ عدد أفرادهم حوالي 250.000 نسمة {{As of|1983|alt=في 1983}}[http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=MSA]. وفيما بين (1884 - 1921) أسست تلك المجموعة دولة بإسم [[دار المساليت]].ويعرف عنهم تمسكهم الشديد [[إسلام|بالإسلام]].<ref>[http://www.guardian.co.uk/sudan/story/0,14658,1268773,00.html]de Waal, Alex, "Darfur's deep grievances defy all hopes for an easy solution", opinion article, ''[[The Observer]]'' of London, [[July 25]], [[2004]], accessed [[September 4]], [[2007]]</ref>
===Fighting Eclipso===
The Creeper appeared in the ''[[Eclipso: The Darkness Within]]'' annuals in 1992, tricked into taking up one of [[Eclipso]]'s dark crystals, putting him under Eclipso's control. He is later freed by Bruce Gordon, a longtime adversary of Eclipso. In the self-titled ''Eclipso'' comic book series, the Creeper, Gordon and his wife Mona make an initial foray into the South American territory that Eclipso has conquered. This leads to an Eclipso-possessed peasant throwing the Creeper (and himself) off a cliff. The peasant is mentally abandoned and both are left to plunge to their deaths. The intervention of a stunt squad saves the lives of both men. Several other heroes join in the fight against Eclipso, including [[Major Victory (DC Comics)|Major Victory]], the original [[Commander Steel|Steel]], [[Amanda Waller]], and [[Wildcat (Yolanda Montez)|Wildcat]] II. They form a team called the [[Shadow Fighters]]. In issue #13 of ''Eclipso'', a portion of the Fighters, including the Creeper, make another trip into Eclipso's territory. Several hyenas, possessed by Eclipso, track down the Creeper and tear him to shreds. Most of the infiltration team is slain; only small parts of the Creeper are actually recovered. The remains, along with the other dead heroes, are stolen out from under Eclipso's control by surviving Shadow Fighters.
Despite this death, a Creeper series was launched in 1997. There are indications in this comic that the Dr. Yatz origin as detailed in previous appearances is somehow false and that the Creeper's actual origins are in some way related to his longtime villain, Proteus. Before this was fully explored, however, the series ceased publication.
===Rebooted origin===
In 2006, a new version of the Creeper appears in the ''Brave New World'' one shot, published following the events of ''[[Infinite Crisis]]''. In the one shot, Jack Ryder is now the host of a controversial TV show, ''You Are Wrong!'', promising $1,000,000 to the person who catches the Creeper.
Following this, a six-issue Creeper miniseries revealed the new origin, seemingly taking place during Batman's early years.
Ryder is said to support Dr. Vincent Yatz, who has been combining [[stem cell]] therapy and medical [[nanotechnology]] to create a revolutionary "nanocell" therapy called "smart-skin", which would enhance the body's regeneration to the point of giving new skin to burn victims and those who have suffered severe scarring. Ryder visits Yatz's lab just as the scientist is being threatened by mobsters attempting to steal the latest test batch of his newly discovered technology. Unable to escape, Yatz injects the last sample of smart-skin, still somewhat unstable, into Ryder's body in an attempt to keep it safe from the mobsters. When the criminals shoot Ryder in his head, the smart-skin activates, resurrecting Ryder moments later as the Creeper, a yellow-skinned man with superhuman physicality, green hair, and a mane of red hair growing on his back (as opposed to wearing fake red fur, like previous incarnations). The Creeper is a separate personality from Ryder and dispatches the criminals. Ryder discovers he and the Creeper can trade places, after which each acts as a witness to the other's activities and can mentally communicate with their alter ego.
Initially wanting nothing to do with the Creeper, Ryder lets him out when the yellow-skinned creature convinces him to seek revenge on their would-be killers. During their pursuit of the criminals, the Creeper and Ryder learn that Yatz has secretly intended the smart-skin to be a weapon. Side effects of its use on human subjects seem to be a loss of mental control, along with the test subjects all getting yellow skin and a mixture of red and green hair. Yatz credits these side effects on the mind and body as resulting from a nerve agent (provided by his silent partner) he had added to the nanocells. This partner is revealed to be the [[Joker (character)|Joker]], who had hoped to combine his Joker venom (which causes temporary madness and usually death by laughter) and Yatz's technology to create an army of maniacal, superstrong, near-immortal soldiers. Batman and Ryder defeat the Joker, who later attacks Yatz in revenge. Batman discovers Ryder's double identity and creates a chemical agent that can cure him of the Creeper, but Ryder refuses and forms a truce with his alter ego, agreeing to let the Creeper out from time to time to fight criminals while hiding his identity from everyone including news rival and love interest [[Vera Sweet]].
In ''[[Countdown to Final Crisis#Secondary titles|Countdown to Mystery]]'' #2, Jack Ryder is approached by [[Eclipso]], who hopes to seduce him as she did [[Plastic Man]]. She succeeds, but the Creeper is later freed from the corruption by Bruce Gordon. In ''[[Green Lantern]]'' #24 (2007), the Creeper is seen, along with other heroes, fighting members of the [[Sinestro Corps]] in the streets of [[New York City|New York]].
===''Reign in Hell''===
During the ''[[Reign in Hell]]'' miniseries, the Creeper was presented as a demon that co-inhabited the body of Jack Ryder rather than an identity he assumed due to scientific experimentation. The story shows the Creeper demon separating from Jack Ryder, having been recalled to [[Hell (DC Comics)|Hell]] by [[Lilith]], the mother of all Earthborn atrocities. It is later revealed that the Creeper demon is just one of a similar-looking species of demon. The ''Reign in Hell'' miniseries had many internal continuity errors that made its place in DC Comics canon questionable and the idea that the Creeper was a demonic entity was not repeated afterward.
The Creeper has joined the [[Outsiders (comics)|Outsiders]].<ref>''The Outsiders'' #15 (April 2009)</ref> Later, the Creeper is one of the many heroes recruited to keep the villain [[Hush (comics)|Hush]] from exploiting his resemblance to Bruce Wayne. The Creeper is disguised as a high-level employee of WayneCorp, an excuse for him to accompany "Wayne".<ref>''Batman Streets of Gotham'' #4 (November 2009)</ref>
===The New 52===
In [[The New 52]], a 2011 reboot of the DC Comics universe continuity, the Creeper's origin was explained in ''[[Justice League Dark]]'' #23.1 which was retitled ''Creeper'' #1 as part of the "Forever Evil" event.<ref name="Villains Month Buzzfeed">{{cite web |url=https://www.buzzfeed.com/awesomer/dan-didio-and-jim-lee-talk-dcs-september-event-villain-month |title=Dan DiDio and Jim Lee Talk DC’s September Event, Villain Month |last=Ringerud |first=Tanner |date=June 3, 2013 |accessdate=June 3, 2013}}</ref> In that issue, it is revealed that the Creeper originated as an [[oni]] in [[feudal Japan]] who "justifies cruel temper tantrums under the guise of spreading chaos."<ref name="Justice League Dark #23.1: The Creeper Review">{{cite web |url=http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/09/05/justice-league-dark-231-the-creeper-review| title= ''Justice League Dark'' #23.1: The Creeper Review |last=Schedeen|first=Jesse |date=14 December 2014 |publisher= IGN.com |accessdate=December 14, 2014}}</ref>
The Creeper first appeared as a cameo appearance as one of Andre Brigg's candidates for a United Nations–sanctioned Justice League. However, the Creeper was not selected to join the group.<ref>''Justice League International'' Volume 3 #1 (November 2011)</ref>
Jack Ryder appeared in ''Phantom Stranger'' #7, where he had recently quit his job as a talk show host at [[Morgan Edge]]'s network. After intervention from the [[Phantom Stranger]], Ryder ends up being killed by a monster's attack on Metropolis.<ref>''Phantom Stranger'' #7 (June 2013)</ref> The [[Presence (DC Comics)|Presence]], in the form of a dog, notes that the Stranger did not lead a man to his death, but to his destiny and that Ryder's story is not yet over.
In ''[[Katana (comics)|Katana]]'' #3 (June 2013), after Katana's sword is broken by [[Killer Croc]], the spirit of the Creeper is released from the captivity of her sword. It revealed that Katana's sword was used to kill the Creeper. In the following issue, the Creeper is seen bonding to Jack Ryder's dead body. The Creeper notes that he had used Ryder's body previously, calling him "old friend". He later confronts Katana and then retreats.<ref>''Katana'' #4 (July 2013)</ref>
===DC Rebirth===
In the rebooted continuity of the 2017 initiative [[DC Rebirth]], Jack Ryder appears to be back to his original pre-New 52 version from before. While investigating a series of murdered criminals down in Chicago, Ryder ends up transforming into the Creeper again and battling against a [[Deathstroke]] copycat; while running into the real Deathstroke at the same time. In ''[[Red Hood and the Outlaws]]'' he is a member recruited by Bizarro.
In the ''[[Watchmen]]'' sequel ''[[Doomsday Clock (comics)|Doomsday Clock]]'', Creeper is shown to have been captured by [[Kobra (DC Comics)|Kobra]]'s cult until he is "saved" by [[Black Adam]].<ref>''Doomsday Clock'' #5 (May 2018). DC Comics.</ref> He and Black Adam later attack Israel.<ref>''Doomsday Clock'' #7 (September 2018). DC Comics.</ref>
===Wednesday Comics===
In the collected edition of ''Wednesday Comics'' (200 pages, DC Comics, June 2010, {{ISBN|1-4012-2747-3}}; [[Titan Books]], July 2010, {{ISBN|1-84856-755-3}}), the Creeper is featured in the story ''[[Beware the Creeper]]''&nbsp;– story by [[Keith Giffen]] with art by [[Eric Canete]]. A man in squalor disposes of a dead body, but is met with a surprise.
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