Victor von Doom
|Chronological and political information|
Formerly: The Cabal
Victor von Doom was born to a group of a Latvian Gypsy who were Romani pagans. With a thirst of knowledge, he educated himself vigorously. He eventually took over the nation of Latveria and became it's absolute monarch as Doctor Doom. He was also among the select villains to receive an invitation into Iron Skull's Cabal, a joint afford between supervillains to destroy the Avengers.
Doom recovered Ulik's weapon Codgel after a fight with the Avengers. The team tracked the weapons energy signature to the Latverian Embassy and battled Doom and his Doombots. Doctor Doom, with a little modification, used the weapon to release the Midgard Serpent with hopes of using it to conquer the globe. After a battle with the Avengers, he and the creature were banished to the Realm Below using the extra-dimensional portal used by Ulik.
Travelling through the Nine Realms, Doom reached the Dwarf realm. Here he not only managed to tame the Midgard Serpent, but somehow managed to attain remote control of the Destroyer. He used it to defend Latveria against HYDRA and A.I.M. However, it increased his aggression to the point he did not care who or what he was destroying. His threat was so great that Thor had to summon Loki for help. The two Asgardians, along with Captain America and Falcon fought Trolls but the tamed Midgard Serpent. On Earth, Iron Man managed to break Doom's control by showing him he was destroying the country he wanted to protect. Doom then gave up control of both the Serpent and the Destroyer. He returned to Latveria and calmly went inside his castle warning the Avengers, they had bigger problems.
Unlike the others, it is revealed that Doom denied the invitation, so Red Skull claimed war on his head. He called for Captain America's help, but as a package deal received the Avengers. While trying to protect Doom, although still skeptical, the avengers engaged with the Cabal. To at least some trust points, Doom saved Captain America from Hyperion.
Personality and traits
Doom is an incredibly proud and arrogant man, unwilling to work with any whom he considers beneath him or those he deems are too insane such as the Red Skull. However, he is also extremely protective of his lands and according to Black Widow would do whatever it takes to defend Latveria.
Powers and Abilities
- Superhuman Strength
- Superhuman Speed
- Potent Psionic Powers
- Mystical Blasts:
- Dimensional Travel
- Mind Transference
- Magical Powers
- Mystical Force-Fields
- Invoke Entities
- Spell Casting
- Mystical Ensnaring
- Mystical Portals
- Super-Genius Intellect: Doctor Doom's most dangerous weapon is his intellect.
- High Influential Connections: Highly Influential Connections: As Monarch of Latveria, Doctor Doom has access to technological and military hardware. He also has command of conventional military forces.
- Diplomatic Immunity: As the leader of a sovereign nation, Doctor Doom often visits the United States or the United Nations for political reasons. He enjoys diplomatic immunity during these trips, and his embassy is considered foreign soil. He has even been escorted by Captain America himself.
- Master Martial Artist:
- Indomitable Will: Doom has a great willpower.
- Master Swordsman
Doctor Doom has an impressive intellect being able to takeover his country and build highly advanced technology.
- In the comics, Doctor Doom is known as the arch-enemy of the Fantastic Four. Born into a tribe of Latverian Romani pagans, he used his intellect and ruthlessness to escape and take over Latveria. His own diplomatic immunity protects from international law and allows to conduct all his criminal activities. Recently he formed the Cabal, consisting of Emma Frost, Loki and Green Goblin, unaware of their plot to kill him.
- This is Doctor Doom's 12th animated appearance. He previously appeared in The Marvel Super Heroes, Fantastic Four, The New Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four (an unrelated series to the prior), The Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man (again unrelated), Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes, The Super Hero Squad Show, Iron Man: Armored Adventures, The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and Ultimate Spider-Man.
- 102. The Avengers Protocol, Part 2 (no lines)
- 103. Ghost of a Chance (no lines)
- 104. The Serpent of Doom
- 110. The Doomstroyer
- 115. Planet Doom
- 119. The Ambassador
- ↑ "The Avengers Protocol, Part 2". Man of Action (writer) & Eric Radomsky (director). Marvel's Avengers Assemble. Disney XD. May 26, 2013. No. 2, season one.
- ↑ "The Serpent of Doom". Man of Action (writer) & Tim Eldred (director). Marvel's Avengers Assemble. Disney XD. July 14, 2013. No. 4, season one.