Doctor Doom
Doctor Doom
Personal Info:
Real Name: Victor von Doom
Also Known As: No known Alias
Place Of Birth: Latveria
First Appearance: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.1 #24 (1992) Modern Age Villain
Known Associates: No known Associates
Group Affiliation: None
Base Of Operations: Mobile throughout the universe in 31st century
Grudges: Guardians of the Galaxy 3000
Creators: Jim Valentino
Genius-level Intellect: Doom's most dangerous weapon is his genius-level intellect. He is easily one of the top mortal minds on the planet.
Magic: Doom is one of the most powerful practitioners of sorcery and a potential Sorcerer Supreme. However, he considers his scientific abilities to be more important. He has displayed the ability to: create Mystical Blasts, Mystical Force-fields, Invoke Entities, Summon, Teleport, dimensionally travel, Ensnare mystically and create Mystical portals.
Mind Transference: By training with an alien race, Doom has gained the ability to switch his mind with that of another nearby human being with whom he's made eye contact.
Body Armour: Doom has transferred his consciousness into the indestructible Adamantium skeleton of Wolverine.
Claws: Doom has a set of razor-sharp Adamantium claws.
During the invasion of Earth by the Martian Masters, Victor Von Doom fought alongside the heroes of Earth, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with Captain America, Franklin Richards and the Silver Surfer. Unlike most of Earth's defenders, Doom survived the war, though most of his activities during the next thousand years are unknown.
At some point, Doom killed Logan, and had his brain transplanted into the mutant's adamantium coated skeleton. This would not be known to the world at large, who by the 31st century believed that Doom had been dead for centuries.
Following the defeat of the Badoon, Doom planned to take control of the world through the addictive entertainment system 'Realitee-Vee'. After establishing a network of broadcasting towers, he succeeding in destabilising Earth and creating a state of anarchy, but his ultimate plans were foiled when the Guardians of the Galaxy succeeded in destroying part of his network.
Doctor Doom (Earth-691) at Marvel Database