Doctor Doom Powers
A made-up character named Doctor Victor Von Doom can be found in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
The Fantastic Four #5 saw the character’s debut after being created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby (July 1962).
Doctor Doom, the ruler of the fictitious country of Latveria, has been portrayed as both a supervillain and an antihero, but he is most commonly presented as the Fantastic Four’s worst opponent.
In addition, Doom has battled against Spider-Man, Iron Man, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, the X-Men, and the Avengers.
Doctor Doom Powers
Victor Von Doom was born to impoverished gypsies in the tiny European country of Latveria. He lost his mother to a soldier’s rage before losing his father to a king’s vengeance not long after.
The young Victor found his mother’s collection of mystical items by himself and embarked on a road of evil when he realized her spirit was controlled by a demon she had made a deal with.
He was given a scholarship to America’s State University in New York because of his extraordinary scientific prowess, and he then departed his own nation in search of knowledge that might heal his wounded spirit.
Who is Doctor Doom?
Von Doom met Reed Richards, another scientific genius, while he was living in New York, and the two quickly developed a rivalry.
The Latverian student covertly experimented with a gadget of his own invention to bridge the chasm between dimensions, but when it blew up in his face, he was ejected and received just minor facial scars as punishment.
Von Doom traveled to Tibet to find an outlet for his rage since he despised his damaged appearance and was angry at fate’s capricious finger.
There, he oversaw a group of monks and, after learning about their innermost thoughts, gave them the task of creating for him a set of iron armor and a mask that would permanently conceal his face from the public.