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Doctor Doom opens his borders to ROBOT 6 in this edition of SHELF PORN, which features a Castle Doom made from LEGOS!
With the final issue of "Secret Wars" on sale, Jonathan Hickman & Tom Brevoort joined CBR to discuss the long-awaited finale and its aftermath.
With geek culture on the rise everywhere, CBR looks at some seriously heroic footwear that pays homage to your favorite comic books and heroes.
Brian Michael Bendis tells CBR News about how "Invincible Iron Man" with David Marquez sets the stage for their pairing on "Civil War II."
Doctor Doom actor Toby Kebbell concedes "fans aren't wrong" about this summer's box office dud.
Jonathan Hickman & Tom Brevoort discuss "Secret Wars" #6, Battleworld's unraveling nature and why Marvel's event needed to expand to nine issues.
Writer Jonathan Hickman joins CBR to discuss Battleworld's third architect, the loss of Doctor Strange and the conclusion of his "SHIELD" saga.
Cats are said to have nine lives. Well, Doctor Doom certainly does! CSBG shares nine times the not-so-good Doctor escaped seemingly certain death!
Doctor Doom and his powers are showcased in the latest clip from director Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" reboot.
In CSBG's latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, learn what happened when Luke Cage tried to get back money owed to him by Dr. Doom.
Jonathan Hickman Tom Brevoort joined CBR to discuss "Secret Wars" #4, in which one of Marvel's oldest rivalries was revived on Battleworld.
Jonathan Hickman discusses the latest "Secret Wars" reveals with CBR, including the key roles Doctor Doom and Doctor Strange play in the conflict.
Writer Jonathan Hickman explains to CBR News how "Time Runs Out" brings "Avengers" & "New Avengers" to a close and puts "Secret Wars" in motion.
In a new interview, actor Toby Kebbell says the Doctor Doom he plays in "Fantastic Four" is a programmer and blogger named "Victor Domashev."
Doctor Doom commands a brand new team of Avengers in "Avengers World" #15, an "AXIS" tie-in by Nick Spencer and Marco Checchetto.
In their latest spotlight on comic book retcons, CSBG looks at multiple contradictory reports of whether Doctor Doom let the villain Arcade light a match on his armor.
In the second such reported leak from Fox's "Fantastic Four" set, images allegedly depicting the film's Doctor Doom have surfaced online.
Al Ewing and Jorge Coelho bring Doom upon "Loki: Agent of Asgard" in a new preview as Marvel's upcoming AXIS event looms large.
Kotobukiya, Funko and more reveal their Comic-Con International exclusives, Sideshow's Doctor Doom gets all kinds of regal and so much more!
Wakanda's monarch takes the top spot in "The World's Richest Superheroes" infographic, beating out the Iron Man inventor, Bruce Wayne and more.
With 20th Century Fox possibly eyeing the small screen, here are some shows the studio could consider making in their corner of the Marvel Universe.
Fox's "Fantastic Four" reboot appears to have its primarily villain, with a report saying 31-year-old Toby Kebbell is close to a deal.
Actors Sam Riley, Eddie Redmayne, Toby Kebbell and Domhnall Gleeson are said to be contenders for the role of the "Fantastic Four" villain.
With Lex Luthor locked down by Jesse Eisenberg, SPINOFF ONLINE looks at five other comic book characters perfectly suited for the former Walter White.
CBR spoke with writers Al Ewing & Kieron Gillen about their upcoming Marvel Infinite comic "Iron Man: Fatal Frontier," which finds Tony Stark engaging in lunar warfare against the forces of Doctor Doom.
Was John Byrne really planning on revealing that every Dr. Doom appearance since Lee and Kirby was a Doom-bot? And why wasn't Kevin Smith allowed to reference the Powerpuff Girls in "Green Arrow?"
This week, discover the true face of Doctor Doom! Plus, did DC ban Superman from appearing in...a DC comic book? And did the Animaniacs seriously team-up with the "X-Files?"
"Fearless Defenders" writer Cullen Bunn disusses some of the series' recent reveals, including the revelation that the team's arch enemy Caroline LeFay is the daughter of two major Marvel villains. Plus, exclusive art!
CSBG examines abandoned comic book stories and ideas that were explained away by later writers, including the newest addition, the time Doctor Doom worked for Hitler during World War II... or did he?
Marvel Comics has cancelled its "Victor Von Doom" miniseries before the first issue's publication. The story of a teenaged Doom, by Nick Spencer and Becky Cloonan, was set to debut in mid-November.
The latest in CSBG's series about comic writers addressing the work of others in their stories, we see how Dwayne McDuffie explained away the infamous "Where's my money, honey?" Luke Cage/Doctor Doom confrontation.
Marvel has released covers for "Fantastic Four" #601 and "FF #13 with the latter featuring an intriguing shot of Doctor Doom and Franklin Richards. Both Jonathan Hickman titles hit in December.
CSBG continues their month-long feature showcasing the strangest (yet most awesome) comic book stories of all time, including Luke Cage getting hired by Doctor Doom.
In November, Nick Spencer and Becky Cloonan launch "Victor Von Doom," a miniseries chronicling a teenaged Doom's first attempt to free his mother's soul from Hell. We have the exclusive first interview.
In their latest look at some of the strangest comic book stories of all time, CSBG turns their eye to the time Marvel's Hero for Hire Luke Cage traveled to Latveria to collect $200 owed to him by Doctor Doom!
Marvel has released an early look at "X-Men" #16 by Victor Gischler and Jorge Molina. The issue, guest-starring the FF and Doctor Doom, hits stores August 31.
The "War of the Four Cities" storyline in Marvel Comics' "FF" kicks into high gear with the return of the Inhumans! CBR News spoke with writer Jonathan Hickman about what comes next.
CSBG's month-long look at Easter eggs in comic books continues with Calvin and Hobbes in "X-Factor," Dr. Doom dying in "JLA" and Waldo in "Hulk: Future Imperfect"! Check them all out here!
Marvel has released an advance look at "FF" #5, the next installment of "War of the Four Cities" by Jonathan Hickman and Barry Kitson. The issue, with a Mark Bagley cover, hits June 22.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "FF" #4 by the creative team of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting. "The War of the Four Cities" begins on Wednesday, May 25!