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"Secrets of Deception" - Original Trailer #2
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Seeds of Deception - Lifetime Movies 2016 - Based on a true story full movie
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Deception at Duke
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Seeds Of Deception (1994) aka The Dr. Cecil Jacobson Story
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Duke of Deception
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From the Depths of Deception to the Triumphs of Truth: Coming Out of Homosexuality (Short Version)
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Web of Deception (1994) Pam Dawber
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The Duke of Deception
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The Duke of Deception Untouchables
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Duke of Deception Memories of My Father
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THE DECEPTION BEHIND NEIL ARMSTRONG AND THE MOON LANDING 2017 (MUST WATCH)
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Duke of Deception
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The Duke of Deception.
Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
First appearance Wonder Woman #2 (Fall 1942)
Created by William Moulton Marston (script)
Harry G. Peter (art)
In-story information
Abilities Ability to create realistic illusions

The Duke of Deception is a fictional character appearing in DC Comics publications and related media. A major adversary of Wonder Woman, the Duke is a demigod of deceit,[1] originally presented as an operative of Wonder Woman's nemesis Mars/Ares.[2] He first appeared in the summer of 1942 in Wonder Woman #1, volume 1, written by Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston as an embodiment of the abnormal emotion of deception.[3] The Duke popped up in Wonder Woman, Comic Cavalcade[4] and Sensation Comics stories throughout the 1940s and 1950s. But by the 1960s, when the Silver Age of Comics was in full-swing, he had all but vanished from Wonder Woman's adventures, save for a single appearance in 1964 in Wonder Woman #148, volume 1. Things would pick up for the Duke a bit in the 1970s; he received a Bronze Age facelift in 1975 in Wonder Woman #217, volume 1, written by Elliot S. Maggin, followed by yet another reformulation in 1977 in Wonder Woman #239-240, written by Gerry Conway. The Duke made his final Bronze Age appearance in 1979 in Wonder Woman #254, volume 1. After DC Comics rebooted its continuity in 1985 (in a publication event known as the Crisis on Infinite Earths), Wonder Woman, her supporting characters and many of her foes, were re-imagined and reintroduced. The Duke of Deception, though initially absent in this revised mythos, would ultimately make a handful of cameo appearances, both within DC's continuity (such as Wonder Woman Annual #1, volume 3), and out of it (such as Scooby-Doo Team-Up #5, in which Wonder Woman works with Scooby-Doo and his friends).

In 2016, the Duke of Deception was re-introduced in DC Comics' successful The Legend of Wonder Woman, an ongoing series retelling Wonder Woman's origin. A champion of both Ares and Hades, the Duke is presented as the first major adversary Wonder Woman faces after leaving her home on the island of Themyscira.

Fictional character biography[edit]

Fictional background[edit]

Little is known about the true history of the Duke of Deception. He appears to be a minor god who existed for thousands of years. He is drafted by Mars to battle Wonder Woman. He uses his powers to spread falsehoods to provoke humanity into conflict and war.

Deception sends his astral form to inspire military and government leaders with duplicitous thoughts that could lead to war. His contributions to World War II include "persuad[ing] ... the Rising Sun (Japan) to make peace talk at Washington while they struck with deadly venom at Pearl Harbor" and "show[ing] the addled Hitler how to cultivate Russia's friendship until the hour arrived to attack" (Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #2).

On the war god's interplanetary base on the planet Mars, Deception operates the Lie Factory, which uses slaves, spirits from different planets such as Earth and Saturn that inhabit bodies, to craft deceptions for a variety of stratagems. Other slaves are used for gladiator conflicts. When Wonder Woman's astral form traveled to Mars to rescue Steve Trevors, Deception recognized her and revealed her identity to Mars after she won in the arena. He gave advice to Mars to pretend not to know who she was to trap her. However Wonder Woman was able to rescue Steve, overcome Mars and his soldiers, and escape to Earth. Deception was the second of Mars' lieutenants sent to capture Wonder Woman, refusing at first as he said his servants were writing propaganda for the Nazis and Japanese and he could not capture Wonder Woman without their help. Wonder Woman was captured by an agent of his Naha with her magic lasso after being given a fake lasso. She was taken onto a ship where she was left bound hand and foot, along with being gagged and blindfolded with plaster. However Wonder Woman was able to escape with the help of Etta Candy who she telepathically contacted. Deception tried to convince Hirohito to cause more war in Hawaii by disguising himself as a General. However Wonder Woman foiled his plan to cause further war with the help of Etta Candy and sent his phantom form fleeing back to Mars in the form of a slave girl. He was then imprisoned by Mars, his imprisonment causing Hirohito to speak truthfully to the Italian Ambassador. Deception was released when Wonder Woman was brought back in chains by Conquest. Deception enlists the aid of the women-hating Doctor Psycho after finding women are being used in the War Effort, hoping to continue inequality. After repeated failures, Mars strips him of his mighty appearance, leaving him a weak, toothless man. He was imprisoned with the female slaves, but convinced them to rebel and briefly ruled Mars, imprisoning the God Mars. He took over the Moon and was able to drug the Goddess Diana, but was defeated by Wonder Woman.

He eventually begins working independently from Mars, and continues to unsuccessfully battle Wonder Woman. In the late 1950s he received a makeover with other members of the Wonder Woman cast. He now wore an orange and black costume and hood and, characteristic of a master of illusion, the color of his skin changed from yellow. He tries to attack the entire Solar System of Earth-1 after capturing Wonder Woman and Steve with a key that transforms into a spaceship which paralyzes them and leaves Earth. But Wonder Woman is able to escape using her bracelet to turn off the device and destroy all three-thirds of his fleet which were massing at different planets. Deception's own ship crashes into an Earth satellite.[5] However he made numerous Silver Age reappearances.

Deception's daughter, Lya, is a "mistress of lies" who attempts to double-cross her own father. She captured Wonder Woman and created a Phantasm of her to steal Earth's atomic weapons. However Wonder Woman escaped and captured Lyra and her followers.[6]

After the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths, this version of the Duke of Deception is erased from history.

Post-Crisis[edit]

A new version of the Duke reappears in Wonder Woman (vol. 3) Annual #1 with a caption box describing him as "The Duke of Deception, whose power of illusion made him the War God's most trusted disciple."

Powers and abilities[edit]

The Duke can create illusions and delusions in the minds of others, thereby driving them insane. In addition, he can envelop himself in an illusory image which changes his physical appearance. He has used this ability to disguise himself as Wonder Woman,[7] Paula Von Gunther,[8] and Professor Dekon.[9] He can also send his astral form invisibly to military and government leaders, inspiring them with thoughts of duplicity which they take to be their own.

The Duke has also made use of advanced technology in his plans to attack Earth and destroy Wonder Woman. He attempted to shrink a Martian invasion fleet into a small box from which they would emerge in enlarged form,[10] and he used the shrinking technology again to shrink down Skyscraper City.[11] He has also employed a solar death ray,[12] a forcefield that sealed in Washington, D.C. and also was a portal for an interplanetary invasion fleet,[13] a "brain-wave deceiver" that could scramble a victim's perception of fantasy and reality,[14] and a "gigantic inter-stellar cannon" that was able to target Wonder Woman's invisible jet.[15] He also claimed to have altered Wonder Girl's face with technology he had employed in the past on Medusa and Dr. Jeckyll's Mr. Hyde persona,[16] but he could have been lying.

Other versions[edit]

DC Super Friends[edit]

The Duke of Deception appears in the Super Friends comic book series. Several other villains (including the Riddler and Angle Man) unknowingly freed a magical automaton, which Deception claimed would be his key to conquering the world. The villains, discovering Deception's plan, allied themselves with the Super Friends and managed to defeat the automaton. Wonder Woman's lasso captured Deception before he was able to escape.[17]

Scooby-Doo Team-Up[edit]

In the digital-first crossover with the cast of Scooby-Doo, the Duke of Deception created illusions of various mythological creatures on Paradise Island, including a Minotaur, harpies, cyclopes, and the Hydra in attempt to lure Wonder Woman to seek Batman's aid, which would result in breaking Aphrodite's Law of not allowing men to touch foot on the island. However, with the help of Scooby-Doo and his friends, Wonder Woman was able to discover his plot. Believing he had won, it wasn't until Deception discovered that Shaggy Rogers hadn't actually touched his feet to the island that he realized Wonder Woman still had her powers, and he was quickly defeated.[18]

The Legend of Wonder Woman[edit]

In the digital-first origin story The Legend of Wonder Woman, the Duke of Deception appears as Wonder Woman's primary antagonist.[19]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Who's Who in the DC Universe, volume VII. DC Comics, September 1985, p. 13.
  2. ^ Jimenez, Phil. The Essential Wonder Woman Encyclopedia. Del Rey, 2010, p. 123-125.
  3. ^ Lepore, Jill. The Secret History of Wonder Woman. Alfred A. Knopf, 2014, p. 166.
  4. ^ Lepore, Jill. The Secret History of Wonder Woman. Alfred A. Knopf, 2014, p. 264 and p.316.
  5. ^ Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #104
  6. ^ Comic Cavalcade #26 (Apr/May 1948)
  7. ^ Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #2
  8. ^ Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #34
  9. ^ Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #63.
  10. ^ Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #65.
  11. ^ Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #93.
  12. ^ Sensation Comics #92
  13. ^ Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #47
  14. ^ Wonder Woman (vol. 1) # 81
  15. ^ Wonder Woman (vol. 1) # 94
  16. ^ Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #153
  17. ^ DC Super Friends #28 (2010)
  18. ^ Scooby-Doo Team-Up #9-10 (2014)
  19. ^ The Legend of Wonder Woman #12 (2016)

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