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Doctor Doom
 Irondoom
Character Data:
Created By:
  Stan Lee, Jack Kirby
First Appearance:
 Fantastic Four #5 (July 1962)
Editorial Names:

Doctor Doom
Infamous Iron Man

Biography:
Real Name: Victor von Doom
Aliases:  Doctor Doom
Affiliations:

Cabal

Status: Alive
Gender:  Male
Nationality:  Latverian
Occupation:  

Ruler of Latveria
Scientist
Adventerur

Relatives:

Werner von Doom (Father)
Cynthia von Doom (Mother)

Ally Status:  
GOOD
NEUTRAL
BAD
Characteristics:
Eyes: Brown
Hair:  Brown
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 225 lbs (102 kg)
Other Features: Variable degree of facial scarring




Doctor Doom is a Marvel Comics character created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. He is the current leader of Latveria, a role which often makes him the wild card of the Marvel Comics Universe. Initially created to serve as the archnemesis of the Fantastic Four, he has subsequently clashed with other heroes such as Spider-Man, Captain America, and Iron Man. He has also often allied with many supervillains, such as the Red Skull. Often considered as a supervillain, in more recent years Doctor Doom has been depicted as an anti-hero.

HistoryEdit

Emperor DoomEdit

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DoomquestEdit

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SiegeEdit

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A New CallingEdit

Cured of his disfigurement and fully embracing his magical birthright, Doom renounces his vendetta against the Fantastic Four and abdicates the throne of Latveria, feeling that he has been called to a higher purpose. Doom is encountered by Iron Man when the latter travels to Latveria in search of Madame Masque, who had been retrieving magical artifacts in an attempt to empower herself. Iron Man does not recognize him at first, as he is wearing normal business attire and using magic to protect himself instead of armor, but Doom confirms his identity by recalling their adventure in Camelot, and uses his magic to effortlessly shrug off Iron Man's confused, instinctive attacks. The two join forces to track down Masque, who had inadvertently been possessed by one of her artifacts. Doom uses his magical abilities to excorcise her. Later, during the second Superhuman Civil War, Doom confronts Stark, depressed over the tragedy he has experienced in the conflict, in an attempt to get him to refocus and regain his footing. Stark uses his containment technology to entrap Doom, demanding to know his greater purpose. Doom's answer shocks Stark to his core. In the aftermath of the war, Doom has taken up the mantle of Iron Man in Stark's absence.

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GalleryEdit

Doctor Doom Comic

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