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SPECIAL MOSTLY VICTOR ISSUE
Dial B for BLOG is "Doomed"!

Greetings, future subjects! I, your benevolent ruler, Victor von Doom, aka "Dr. Doom," welcome you to this special MOSTLY DOOM issue of Dial B for BLOG! I hope you enjoy reading it. Because if you do not, you will be given a one-way ticket to a Latverian jail cell formerly reserved for the vile Fantastic Four! Enjoy!


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DR. DOOM CONFESSES:
I Really Hate The Fantastic Four

Ever since my debut in the accursed Fantastic Four #5 by Kirby/Sinnott, I have enjoyed crushing the so-called "FF." My hatred for them extended to FF #406 by Ryan/Bunaldi, and all the way to FF #247 by John Byrne.

Below are my favorite full pages from the vile Fantastic Four comic book. Although the comic itself is accursed and vile, the pages featuring the glory of Dr. Doom are not. Here is FF #57 page 15 by Kirby, the time I stole the Silver Surfer's powers; FF #84 page 5, and FF #87 page 5.

I plan on continuing to hate the vile FF, particularly their vile and degenerate leader, the accursed Reed Richards, for all time. And since I once invented a time machine, that could be a reeeeeeally long, long time.

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DOOM vs. DD, SPIDEY, HULK
Hollywood's Finest Are Doomed

Daredevil here. I can vouch for the fact that Doom is a nut case. After all, I've spent time actually INSIDE his body! How did THAT work? Don't ask. It was a living prison! And it happened in Daredevil #38 by Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia. Of course, the good Doctor isn't blind like me and my box-office results -- Dr. Doom gets around.

He attacked Spidey in Amazing Spider-Man #5 by Steve Ditko, and even went after old Greenskin himself in Incredible Hulk #144 by Herb Trimpe and John Severin. Say what you want about Doom, it takes guts to mix it up with the Hulk! Yes, Dr. Doom is DEFIANTLY the FF's greatest enemy, BAR NONE. (Get it? I'm a lawyer? Bar? Oh never mind.)


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ONE MOMENT,
PITIFUL EARTHLING!

It is quite obvious that I am actually the Fantastic Four's greatest enemy! I, the Devourer of Worlds ... Galactus!

The pitiful Dr. Doom, a puny human, cannot compare to the sheer raw power, the might, the majesty that is ...
Galactus!

The proof lies above, in FF #75 by Kirby , FF #243 by Byrne, and John Buscema's fourth issue of the mini-series...
Galactus!

And also below, in Superman/FF #1 by Dan Jurgens, when the FF had to recruit Superman himself to combat
(Who am I again? Oh yeah!)... Galactus!

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MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENTS
How Dare This Item Be Posted Here!

• After the publication of the first cover below, it took me, Dr. Doom, many months to convince the Marvel super-villain community that I was NOT a "Marvel Superhero" and never had been! Will I ever live down being featured on the cover of the accursed Marvel Superheroes #20 by Frank Giacoia and Vince Colletta? BAH!

• Still more embarrassing was the time I, the Lord of Latveria, was forced to pose on a vile FF cover holding a vile and accursed sign saying I was NOT in the issue! What nonsense I, Doom, future ruler of all mankind, have endured for the sake of art.

• It comforts Doom to know that even the mighty Galactus has been brought low. Here he is, battling his "mightiest" enemies... Aunt May and young Franklin Richards! It happened in Marvel Team-Up #137 by Greg LaRacque. Chew on THAT, accursed and vile world-eater!

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Happy Birthday
George Perez

Here is the accursed Fantastic Four by birthday boy George Perez, artist of Teen Titans, Crisis on Infinite Earths, Avengers, JLAvengers, and every comic book character ever created in the entire history of the world. Death to the thrice-accursed and extra-vile FF! But happy birthday, George, from Dr. Doom himself! Reader, Doom commands you to click the pic for a big version.



THE END
COMING IN TOMORROW'S ISSUE of DIAL B FOR BLOG:

THE FIFTH MEMBER OF THE FANTASTIC FOUR!

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