Captain Atom appears in 715 issues.
Captain Atom and Albert Michaels fought each other before, and Albert lost to the Quantum hero.
Created by Professor Ivo with revolutionary Absorption Cell Technology. This android can replicate the powers of any metahuman he encounters.
The Anti-Monitor is The Monitor's counterpart from The Anti-matter Universe. He is responsible for the original Crisis on Infinite Earths, was the sole Guardian of The Sinestro Corps and once, against his will, was the source of The Black Lantern Corps Central Power Battery.
Testing out new alien weapons to use against Aquaman, Black Manta gained the attention of Captain Atom who defeated the villain and prevented his attack on Aquaman.
An enemy of Captain Atom, he was a former member of Khmer Rouge and one of the parties responsible for framing Adam.
The wacky ruler of Wacky World and preserver of the legacy of Uncle Mitch.
Worshipped as the "God of Evil", Darkseid is one of the most powerful beings in existence and the supreme monarch of planet Apokolips. Considered as one of the Justice League's worst adversaries, the greatest enemy of New Genesis and one of the greatest threats to the DC Multiverse, he seeks to bend everything and everyone to his will and remake the cosmos in his image, while searching for the Anti-Life Equation.
Among Dr Spectro's weapons are a prism projector, which causes hallucination and a portable hologram projector, which allow multiple images of him to be created.
Polk framed Nathaniel Adams for murder
5000-year-old villainous sorcerer who was one of the Justice League of America's first adversaries.
The hero known as Frankenstein is the actual legendary monster created by Dr. Victor Frankenstein. Though notorious for his torrid past, he was a member of the Seven Soldiers of Victory and currently leads the Creature Commandos. He is currently a member of the Justice League Dark.
General Wade Eiling is responsible for the birth of Captain Atom, court-martialling him for a murder he didn't commit. Even after Atom was promised a presidential pardon for taking part in Project Atom, his pardon was revoked soon after he quantum jumped to the present and he was forced to serve the government as a secret agent/superhero. Through their differences, they both worked together under the U.S. Government to against significant threats. Captain Atom was eventually able to clear his name with Eiling's help, but unbeknownst to him, Eiling was also responsible for framing Captain Atom. This issue is never resolved.
A second person to bear this mantle, the Grey Man wanted to consume the power of the Lords of both Chaos and Order to rule the world.
The ultimate conquering force featured in the "Our Worlds at War." First appeared in Superman #153. This being literally has the power of the big bang contained within him which he uses for destroying and recreating entire universes.
An enemy of Captain Atom.
A scientist who developed the gas that could turn people into mindless, obedient vampire-like creatures.
Irish hero and member of the Global Guardians turned Bialyan terrorist under the control of Queen Bee.
The psychotic Jewelee is married to Punch, a fellow super-villain, and are rarely apart.
He is a foe of the Justice Society whose face is so hideous that whoever sees it dies.
Lex Luthor, Superman's arch-nemesis, is one of the most brilliant men alive, whose hatred of "interfering aliens" pushes him down the path of a sociopath. Known for his "ends justifies the means" approach to life, his single-minded and often brutal focus puts him at odds with The Man of Steel. Luthor is arguably DC Comics' most iconic villain.
Leader of the Extremists in an alternate Universe. He has taken it upon himself to conquer the United States of Angor, and perhaps the world, with brutal means. He's a homage to the Marvel character Doctor Doom.
A super-villain turned reluctant hero, Major Disaster is an Earth Elemental who is in constant indirect contact with "Mother Earth" herself, Gaea.
The unstable Major Force has been an enemy of Captain Atom since his first annual
Man O' War's arch-nemesis.
Overseer of the creation of the Manhunters.
Bialyan national who briefly took up the identity of Irish hero Jack O'Lantern as part of Queen Bee's brainwashed Global Guardians.
Battled one another after being mind-controlled by Roulette.
An enemy of the Blue Beetle (Ted Kord) who wanted revenge on him. After finding out that Ted was killed, he decided to take out his revenge on Jamie Reyes.
Possessing the power of extreme mind control, Max Lord is one of the greatest masterminds on Earth. He has been closely associated with the JLI, and later with Checkmate.
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