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I'm sure I'm not alone in thinking that the biggest asset Marvel and Disney got from the Fox deal was Dr. Doom.

But, the legendary villain of comics has never really been done right either on the big or small screen.

What do you think is the best way to introduce him and how should he be portrayed?

I've been watching some Game of Thrones clips in anticipation of the final season and Tywin Lannister is the mold I would like to see the MCU's Dr. Doom be cast in. Calculating, noble, complex, cruel and cunning. Thoughts?


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    I'm sure I'm not alone in thinking that the biggest asset Marvel and Disney got from the Fox deal was Dr. Doom.



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    But, the legendary villain of comics has never really been done right either on the big or small screen.



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    What do you think is the best way to introduce him and how should he be portrayed?



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    I've been watching some Game of Thrones clips in anticipation of the final season and Tywin Lannister is the mold I would like to see the MCU's Dr. Doom be cast in. Calculating, noble, complex, cruel and cunning. Thoughts?



***Black Panther-Wakanda is a sovereign state. We should be first introduced to Latveria and a rebellion led by some gypsy named Von Doom. Get the political aspect down. Maybe get a backstory about how this upstart was schooled in America, was part of some think tank that got disbanded abruptly due to some failed dimensional experiment. He later disappeared somewhere in the mountains of Nepal, but reappeared recently and is this close to ruling latveria.






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