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!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' (hinted at) | ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}'' (DeletedRole, mentioned)
!!! '''Other appearances:''' ''Justice League: The Art of the Film'' (concept art)

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!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' (hinted at) | ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}'' (DeletedRole, mentioned)
!!! '''Other appearances:''' ''Justice League: The Art of the Film'' (concept art)
''Zack Snyder's Justice League''



!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''[[note]]as a hologram appearing to Lex Luthor in the Ultimate Edition cut[[/note]] | ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}''

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!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice''[[note]]as a hologram appearing to Lex Luthor in the Ultimate Edition cut[[/note]] | ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}''
League|2017}}'' | ''Zack Snyder's Justice League''



* CompanionCube: He personifies his relationship with the Mother Boxes, addressing their combination as a religious artifact and calling it "Mother" and so on, when among New Gods, [[{{Magitek}} Mother Boxes are just massive supercomputer AIs]]. It's perhaps a sign of his insanity.[[note]]Or something left from the movie's principal photography, witth some clues and rumors suggesting [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heggra Heggra]] is inside.[[/note]]



!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}'' (DeletedRole)

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!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}'' (DeletedRole)
''Zack Snyder's Justice League''



!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' | ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}''

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!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' | ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}''
League|2017}}'' | ''Zack Snyder's Justice League''



!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' | ''Film/{{Wonder Woman|2017}}'' | ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}''

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!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' | ''Film/{{Wonder Woman|2017}}'' | ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}''
League|2017}}'' | ''Zack Snyder's Justice League''


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* CompanionCube: Steppenwolf personifies his relationship with the Mother Boxes, addressing their combination as a religious artifact and calling it "Mother" and so on, when among New Gods, [[{{Magitek}} Mother Boxes are just massive supercomputer AIs]]. It's perhaps a sign of his insanity.[[note]]Or something left from the movie's principal photography, witth some clues and rumors suggesting [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heggra Heggra]] is inside.[[/note]]

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* SatanicArchetype: To counter Superman's role as a MessianicArchetype, Darkseid is described by Luthor as a devil of some kind. Within his mansion, Luthor kept a painting of a war between angels and devils, only the painting is turned upside down, referencing Luthor's words that devils come from the sky, further relating Darkseid's role.


* EvilAlbino: His skin is very pale and his eyes have only the faintest shade of blue in them.

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* UndyingLoyalty: In keeping with his comic counterpart, despite Darkseid exiling him for his failure to conquer Earth, Steppanwolf ''still'' wishes to be in his nephew's good graces and attempts another conquest (with significantly fewer forces) so that he may go back home.



The New Gods from the planet Apokolips.


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The New Gods from the planet Apokolips.
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* OminousCube: They are alien cubes that, [[DismantledMacGuffin when united]], are capable of terraforming a planet into a DeathWorld like Steppenwolf's homeland.


* AbortedArc: The whole arc that started with Batman's BadFuture dream in ''Batman v Superman'' was leading to the Justice League's confrontation with Darkseid. That arc, which included the ancient times invasion led by none other than him (he was replaced by Steppenwolf in the theatrical cut), was removed from the theatrical cut of ''Justice League'' after Creator/ZackSnyder left the post-production.

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* AbortedArc: The whole arc that started with Batman's BadFuture dream in ''Batman v Superman'' was leading to the Justice League's confrontation with League eventually confronting Darkseid. That arc, which included the ancient times invasion led by none other than him (he was replaced by Steppenwolf in the theatrical cut), was removed from the theatrical cut of ''Justice League'' after Creator/ZackSnyder left the post-production.



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!!'''''Desaad'''''
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!!'''''Desaad'''''
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!!Desaad



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!!! '''Played by:''' Peter Guinness (voice)



* MouthOfSauron: It's been confirmed that Steppenwolf reports to him regarding the Earth having "no protectors", "no Lanterns, no Kryptonian" (that line is heard in the 2017 SDCC trailer). Then Desaad likely has to report to Darkseid.

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* MouthOfSauron: It's been confirmed that Steppenwolf reports to him regarding the Earth having "no protectors", "no Lanterns, no Kryptonian" (that line is heard in the 2017 SDCC trailer). Then Desaad likely has to report to Darkseid.


!!! '''Dubbed by:''' [[Creator/FeodorAtkine Féodor Atkine]] (French), Creator/HumbertoVelez (Latin-American Spanish), Sergio Fortuna (Brazilian Portuguese)

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!!! '''Dubbed by:''' [[Creator/FeodorAtkine Féodor Atkine]] (French), Creator/FeodorAtkine (European French), Bruno Marcil (Canadian French), Creator/HumbertoVelez (Latin-American Spanish), Sergio Fortuna (Brazilian Portuguese)


** AdaptationalWimp: On the flip side, his comic book counterpart faired much better against Kryptonians in the present (even being able to beat up Superman's son Jonathan), and was even able to kill Earth 2's Wonder Woman; here, Aquaman and Wonder Woman are enough to hold him at bay, and he's powerless against Superman.

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** AdaptationalWimp: On the flip side, his comic book counterpart faired much better against Kryptonians in the present (even being able to beat up Superman's son Jonathan), and was even able to kill Earth 2's Wonder Woman; here, Aquaman and Wonder Woman are enough to hold him at bay, and he's powerless against Superman.

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