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Dr. Shallot

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Batroc

Subj: Doom's fine
Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2007 at 12:15:32 am EDT
Reply Subj: Does Dr. Doom need a "make over"?
Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2007 at 04:41:44 pm EDT

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Does Doom need a major story line to reestablish himself a the Earth's greatest villian ? Or are you interested in a new bad guy going for the title ?

> Does Doom need a major story line to reestablish himself a the Earth's greatest villian ? Or are you interested in a new bad guy going for the title ?

Doom, IMO, is still the premiere bad guy of the MU. Have there been some bad Doom stories? Sure. Although rotten to the core, he still carries himself with a sense of honor and dignity.

One of my favorite Doom stories is Simonson's take on the character, when Doc comes back from a time-travelling adventure and reveals that for a lot of his recent history it was a Doombot who had assumed the Doom identity. With one word he takes out both the fake Doom and Kristoff and reestablishes himself as the rightful lord of Latveria.

Doom will always be Marvel's greatest villain. Any other contender to the throne will have to go up against Victor. No flip flopping back and forth like Magneto or massive overexposure combined with bizarre characterization like the Green Goblin. Doom's the real deal, and he laughs at Richards, Stark and Pym as they wage their little Civil War.

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Doc Sycophant...I mean Doc Shallot

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