Doctor Doom

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Attributes
Eyes:

Brown

Features:

Wrapped in a sophisticated polished tin can, with matching green cape.

Hair:

Brown

Height:

6' 2"

Weight:

225 lbs

Powers
Abilities:

Consciousness projection; Extraordinary genius in most areas; Described as the second most proficient sorcerer in the Marvel Universe (see Triumph and Torment).

Equipment:

Armour

Limitations:

Despotic, and occasionally prone to self-over-estimation

Powers:

None (Armour provides flight, aquatic, concussion beams, etc)

Strength Level:

Normal (Super-human with armor)

Weapons:

Inbuilt weapons, and a 9mm Mauser

Summary
Citizenship:

Ruler of Latveria

Created By:

Stan Lee, Jack Kirby

Current Occupation:

Dictator of Latveria

Dual Identity:

Generally known

Education:

University scholarship commenced, but not completed

Former Bases:

Latveria

Former Groups:

Acts of Vengeance

Known Allies:

His Doom-droids

Known Confidants:

Silver Sable

Known Relatives:

Werner (Father, deceased) Cynthia (Mother, deceased)

Legal Status:

Diplomatic Immunity in the U.S.

Major Enemies:

Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, X-Men, etc.

Marital Status:

Single

Place of Birth:

Latveria

Real Name:

Victor von Doom

Usual Bases:

Latveria

Background

Dr Victor von Doom was a lowly gypsy boy from the tiny European country of Latveria. His mother, Cynthia von Doom, gave her soul to the demon Mephisto in return for the power to rid Latveria of its brutal leader. After she died, Cynthia's soul was claimed by Mephisto and taken to Hell. Victor was desperate to save his mother and attempted to travel to Hell via a machine that he invented. It backfired and slightly scarred his face. He blamed his rival, Reed Richards.

The scar humiliated the vain Victor, who traveled to Tibet to find monks that could make armor to cover (what was in his mind) a horrible mutilation. Doom is a megalomaniac on a grand scale. Dictator of Latveria, traditional foe of the Fantastic Four (Mr Fantastic, the Thing, Invisible Woman and the Human Torch), he would seem to be a bit more than Spider-Man would want to tackle. After all, he is willing to go head to head with Mephisto every Midsummer's Eve to free his mother.

Nonetheless, the renowned Doctor of Destruction has gone a few rounds with Spider-Man, and the webcrawler has done well to walk away unscathed. Doctor Doom is a formidable opponent - being well resourced, highly skilled, and favoring well planed actions which put the odds on squarely on his side.

Whenever Spidey has had to face Doom, he survived by avoiding him as much as possible. He met the good Doctor very early in his crime fighting career, after Doom decided to use Spidey as an ally against the Fantastic Four. He promised Spider-Man that after they defeated the accursed Four, they would rule the world. Of course, he had no intention of keeping his end of the bargain, and Spidey realized it. His refusal to help made them enemies. Peter escaped out a window and disappeared into a river.

Meanwhile, Flash Thompson planned to play a trick on Peter Parker, by wearing a Spider-Man costume. Naturally, Doom saw Flash, thought he was Spider- Man and kidnapped him. He broadcast a threat on TV, claiming that unless the Fantastic Four came to him, he would kill Spider-Man (he still didn't know "Spidey" was Flash). Telling Aunt May that we going out to get some light bulbs, Peter changed to Spidey and got into Doom's hideout via an air duct. (For a guy that plans everything so carefully, Vic sure was careless.) They battled to a stand still, until the Fantastic Four arrived and Doom fled.

Spider-Man tangled with Dr Doom while he was a student at Empire State University, but he never knew it. Not only is Doom a near matchless scientist, he is also a top notch magician. Victor had created a machine that could transport a human being to the dark dimension of The Dread Dormammu, a supernatural being of incredible power. Dilby, a short man that looks like a tentacle-less Doctor Octopus, is the guinea pig and is quickly granted power by Dormammu. Dilby has a very special mission on earth that Doom and Dormammu have in mind.

Dilby created a machine from his new found magic and sent it to battle earth's Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange. Strange was quickly taken out, but not before he sent a psychic plea to anyone that could help. Daredevil and the Fantastic Four couldn't get the message, but it was "received" by a grad student named Peter Parker. He had to cancel his date with Deborah Whitman in order to save Dr Strange at his Sanctum Sanctorum. Upon arriving, he found Strange's assistant, Wong, beat up on the floor. He mentioned that Strange had said "C.B.G.B." right before he was kidnapped by Dilby's machine.

C.B.G.B. was the name of the rock bar that he had planned to go to Deb with, and there he found a band chanting the words "Bend Sinister," and leading people away as if in a trance. (The band's name was "Shrapnel" and they were a real group.) Spidey gets a creepy feeling from all of it, and follows the ever growing horde of zombies as they walk through Manhattan. They led to the Latverian Embassy, where Dilby is summoning the Bend Sinister and preparing to sacrifice Dr Strange.

Spidey shows up and Dilby sends the robot after him, which Spider-Man commandeers and crashes into the crystal that is summoning the Bend Sinister. Strange sends Dilby to another universe and thanks Spider-Man for his help. Unfortunately, he cant tell him what the Bend Sinister was. Its just too terrible to talk about. Meanwhile, Doom gets a gift from Dormammu: a small crystal containing Dilby. This is his punishment for trying to double cross his masters and keep the power for himself. Doom keeps him as a souvenir.

Years later, Spidey avoided being hunted by Victor by promising to find the Black Fox, who had stolen the Dragon's Egg, an emerald that belonged to Doom's mother. The Fox escaped from Doom, whom took his frustration out on "the prancing mite." The police arrived just as Spidey was getting beaten to a pulp. He played on Doom's vanity, and told him that the jewel theft would get to the press, smearing his beloved mother's name. He agreed to let Spider-Man go, if he would get the Dragon's Egg back in 24 hours.

Unfortunately, the Fox had already sold the emerald. Spider-Man and the Black Fox tracked the emerald to the headquarters of Andrew Carpathian, who planned to use the gem to power a machine that would wipe out everyone on the planet except for his cult members. Despite the throbbing pain of the concussion he gained from fighting Doom, Spidey held his own against the cultists. His head was spinning from the pain, but rescue came from a very un-expected person: Dr Doom. He easily scattered the Carpathian's goons and claimed his emerald. Seeing it beneath him to kill an old man, Doom instead crushed the Trask diamond, which the Fox had planned to fund his retirement.

Doom briefly worked with an assortment of other menaces, such as the Wizard, Magneto Titania, and the Kingpin. They all planned to do away with their enemies by working together. Many of them were foiled by the cosmically enhanced Spider-Man.

Several years after that, Mary Jane got a modeling contract in Latveria but the plane she was on blew up before it arrived in the European country. Peter refused to believe she was dead, and jumped on the next plane to Latveria after getting a call saying that she was alive. Arriving at Doom's castle, he was surprised by a rebellion that planned to attack the castle. Doom's robotic guards battled the rebels and Spider-Man went into action to protect them. After all the fighting was done, Peter learned that Mary Jane was not in Latveria.

Eventually, Mary Jane was found to be alive, held by a kidnapper. She needed time away from the stress of Spider-Man and she moved to California. However, she went to New York to see Peter after watching the news and seeing his ordeal with Shathra. Through a twist of fate, they met in the Denver airport, their flights grounded by a storm. The reunion was cut short by the arrival of Doctor Doom, who was attending a conference on global warming. He was attacked by a suicide bomber, who demanded that Doom "FREE LATVERIA!"

The attack left Doom unconscious, and Spider-Man defended the dictator with the help of Captain America, who was posing as one of Doom's guards. Armored assassins came in wave of attacks on the fallen dictator, which Spidey and Cap managed to hold off. After Doom came to, he offered Spider-Man a debt of gratitude. Doom used it immediately by not killing the web slinger after he told Doom to take his gratitude and stick it.

Spidey faced a Latverian despot again after it was found that Lucia von Bardas was selling advanced weapons technology to New York's super criminals with the help of the Tinkerer. (Doom had been deposed while all of this was going on.) von Bardas had been trying to increase disorder in America with the help of the underbelly of society. SHIELD responded by sending various super vigilantes to Latveria in the Secret War. They were greeted by Doctor Octopus (Carolyn Trainer), Scorpion, Shocker, Hobgoblin V and many others.

Victor later tried to sell one of Spidey's used spider-tracers to the highest bidder. Peter was alerted to the danger by the Black Cat but he was unconcerned. After all, he had dozens of spider-tracers available. The two of them broke into the Latverian embassy to steal it back, and were confronted by one of the Dr's Doom-bots. Afterward, Peter was convinced that the situation was serious after Felicia showed him that a finger print was on the tracer, which could have revealed Peter's ID.

Doom's influence increased after the Skrull Secret Invasion. He became part of a secret cabal led by Norman Osborn and made up of Namor, Emma Frost, the Hood and Loki.

Doom also ran afoul of Spider-Man, Dr Strange and Silver Sable when he tried to marry Princess Lenka of Symkaria. Lenka was the seventh daughter of a seventh daughter and thus had great magical potential, possibly as a future Sorcerer Supreme. Lenka's father didn't believe in such magical nonsense and engaged his daughter to Doom for political reasons. Dr Strange hired Sable to bring Lenka to New York to keep her safe from Doom. Spidey brought Lenka's boyfriend to her to be married (he was in New York to be kept safe from Doom) and the wedding was underway at the Symkarian Embassy when Doom attacked. Sable, Spidey and Strange kept Doom at bay while Lenka and her new husband consummated the marriage. She was now useless to Doom and he left, promising them all that they'd made a powerful enemy.

Victor was forced to help against the Red Skull after the Nazi had taken control of the brain of telepath Charles Xavier and become Red Onslaught. Red Onslaught destroyed the mutant homeland of Genosha and soon defeated the X-Men and Avengers with the help of two adamantium Sentinels created by Iron Man. Magneto soon arrived with the unexpected help of various super villains: Loki, Absorbing Man, Carnage, Sabretooth, Deadpool, Mystique, Enchantress, Hobgoblin and, Jack O'Lantern VI, and Doom himself.

Doom stayed away from the majority of the fighting, letting the other villains dirty themselves with the battle against the Sentinels. He tried to turn the tide with the help of the Scarlet Witch, who had been imprisoned inside one of the Sentinels. They cast and Inversion spell that they hoped would make Xavier's mind dominant over the Red Onslaught's, ending the attack. The spell did seem to knock out Red Onslaught, who returned to his Red Skull form. It also made the other villains mysteriously return to their places of origin, with their minds geared toward good as opposed to evil. (Axis #3)

Finally, Doom's bloodline continues to be a danger in the future. His descendant from the 30th century, Kang the Conqueror, continues to vex the Fantastic Four.

Appearances

Cover Date Appearance Information
Oct 1970 FB: Astonishing Tales #2 (Story 1)
Year 1964 FB: Fantastic Four Annual #2
Year 1964 FB: Fantastic Four Annual #2
Sep 1996 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #416 (Story 1)
Jul 1962 FB: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #5
Year 1964 FB: Fantastic Four Annual #2
Jul 2001 FB: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #43
Jul 1962 FB: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #5
Year 1964 FB: Fantastic Four Annual #2
Year 1964 FB: Fantastic Four Annual #2
Apr 1991 App: Marvel Tales #248 (Story 1)
Oct 1970 FB: Astonishing Tales #2 (Story 1)
Jul 1962 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #5
Sep 1972 FB: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 1) #155
Sep 1962 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #6
Dec 2001 App: Defenders (Vol. 2) #10
Jan 1963 FB: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #10
Sep 1972 FB: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 1) #155
Jan 1963 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #10
Jul 1963 FB: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #16
Jul 1963 FB, BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #16
Jul 1963 FB: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #16
Jul 1963 FB, BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #16
Jul 1963 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #16
Aug 1963 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #17
Oct 1963 FB: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #5
Oct 1963 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #5
Sep 1963 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #1
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Feb 1964 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #23
Year 1964 App: Fantastic Four Annual #2
Jun 1965 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #39
Jul 1965 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #40
Oct 1965 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #43
Year 1965 App: Fantastic Four Annual #3
Sep 1967 FB, BTS: Strange Tales (Vol. 1) #160 (Story 1)
Oct 1967 FB, BTS: Strange Tales (Vol. 1) #161 (Story 1)
Jan 1966 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #24
Feb 1966 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #25
Nov 1966 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #56
Dec 1966 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #57
Jan 1967 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #58
Feb 1967 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #59
Mar 1967 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #60
Feb 1968 FB: Daredevil (Vol.1) #37
Jan 1968 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #36
Feb 1968 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #37
Mar 1968 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #38
Apr 1968 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #73
Oct 1967 BTS: Strange Tales (Vol. 1) #161 (Story 1)
Nov 1967 BTS: Strange Tales (Vol. 1) #162 (Story 1)
Dec 1967 BTS: Strange Tales (Vol. 1) #163 (Story 1)
Feb 1968 BTS: Strange Tales (Vol. 1) #165 (Story 1)
Apr 1968 App: Strange Tales (Vol. 1) #167 (Story 1)
Date TBD App: Marvel Super Heroes #20
Mar 1969 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #84
Apr 1969 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #85
May 1969 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #86
Jun 1969 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #87
Dec 1969 App: Prince Namor The Sub-Mariner #20
Dec 1970 FB: Captain America (Vol. 1) #132
Nov 1970 BTS: Captain America (Vol. 1) #131
Aug 1970 App: Astonishing Tales #1 (Story 1)
Oct 1970 App: Astonishing Tales #2 (Story 1)
Dec 1970 App: Astonishing Tales #3 (Story 1)
Feb 1971 App: Astonishing Tales #4 (Story 1)
Apr 1971 App: Astonishing Tales #5 (Story 1)
Sep 1971 App: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 1) #143
Oct 1971 App: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 1) #144
Jun 1971 App: Astonishing Tales #6 (Story 1)
Aug 1971 App: Astonishing Tales #7 (Story 1)
Oct 1971 App: Astonishing Tales #8 (Story 2)
Nov 1971 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #116
Mar 1972 App: Prince Namor The Sub-Mariner #47
Apr 1972 App: Prince Namor The Sub-Mariner #48
May 1972 App: Prince Namor The Sub-Mariner #49
Nov 1970 App: Thor (Vol. 1) #182
Dec 1970 App: Thor (Vol. 1) #183
Date TBD App: Hero For Hire #8
Date TBD App: Hero For Hire #9
Dec 1973 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #118
Dec 1973 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #141
Jan 1974 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #142
Feb 1974 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #143
Mar 1974 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #144
Mar 1975 FB: Iron Man #74
Mar 1975 App: Giant-Size Super-Villain Team-Up #1
Feb 1975 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #155
Mar 1975 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #156
Apr 1975 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #157
Jul 1977 FB: Iron Man #102
Jun 1975 App: Giant-Size Super-Villain Team-Up #2
Aug 1975 App: Supervillain Teamup #1
Oct 1975 App: Supervillain Teamup #2
Dec 1975 App: Supervillain Teamup #3
Feb 1976 App: Supervillain Teamup #4
Feb 1976 App: Marvel Team-Up #42
Mar 1976 App: Marvel Team-Up #43
Apr 1976 App: Marvel Team-Up #44
Apr 1976 App: Supervillain Teamup #5
Jun 1976 App: Supervillain Teamup #6
Aug 1976 App: Supervillain Teamup #7
Oct 1976 App: Supervillain Teamup #8
Dec 1976 App: Supervillain Teamup #9
Jan 1977 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #155
Feb 1977 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #156
Feb 1977 App: Supervillain Teamup #10
Apr 1977 App: Supervillain Teamup #11
Jun 1977 App: Supervillain Teamup #12
Aug 1977 App: Supervillain Teamup #13
Oct 1977 App: Supervillain Teamup #14
Jul 1977 App: Champions, The #16
May 1978 App: Thor (Vol. 1) #271
Jan 1977 App: Marvel Super Special #1 (Kiss Special)
Mar 1978 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #192
Apr 1978 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #193
Jun 1978 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #195
Jul 1978 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #196
Aug 1978 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #197
Sep 1978 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #198
Oct 1978 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #199
Nov 1978 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #200
Date TBD App: Fantastic Four Annual #15 (Story 1)
Year 1980 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #14
May 1981 BTS: Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 1) #145
Jun 1981 BTS: Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 1) #146
Jul 1981 BTS: Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 1) #147
May 1981 App: Dazzler #3
Jun 1981 App: Dazzler #4
Jun 1981 App: Iron Man #149
Jul 1981 App: Iron Man #150
Nov 1981 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #236
Dec 1981 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #237
Date TBD FB: Micronauts (Vol. 1) #41
Date TBD App: Micronauts (Vol. 1) #41
Sep 1982 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #246
Oct 1982 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #247
Mar 1996 FB: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #410
Mar 1979 App: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #57
Feb 1983 App: Marvel Two-In-One #96
Sep 1983 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #258
Oct 1983 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #259
Nov 1983 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #260
Feb 1986 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #287
Mar 1986 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #288
May 1984 App: Secret Wars #1
Jun 1984 App: Secret Wars #2
Jul 1984 App: Secret Wars #3
Sep 1987 FB: Thor (Vol. 1) #383
Aug 1984 App: Secret Wars #4
Sep 1984 App: Secret Wars #5
Oct 1984 App: Secret Wars #6
Nov 1984 App: Secret Wars #7
Dec 1984 App: Secret Wars #8
Jan 1985 App: Secret Wars #9
Feb 1985 App: Secret Wars #10
Mar 1985 App: Secret Wars #11
Apr 1985 App: Secret Wars #12
Nov 1986 App: Cloak & Dagger (Vol. 2) #9
Jan 1987 App: Cloak & Dagger (Vol. 2) #10
May 1987 BTS: Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 1) #217
Mar 1987 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #300
Aug 1987 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #305
Date TBD App: Fantastic Four Annual #20
Feb 1988 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #311
Mar 1988 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #312
Jun 1989 App: Damage Control #2
Sep 1988 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #318
Nov 1988 App: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 1) #349
Nov 1988 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #320
Dec 1988 App: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 1) #350
Jun 1989 App: Marvel Fanfare #44
May 1990 App: Marvel Comics Presents #48 (Story 3)
Date TBD App: Iron Man #249
Date TBD App: Iron Man #250
Nov 1989 App: Thor (Vol. 1) #409
Nov 1989 App: Thor (Vol. 1) #410
Date TBD FB: Cloak & Dagger (Vol. 3) #9
Jan 1990 App: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 1) #363
Oct 1989 App: Punisher War Journal #12
Nov 1989 App: Punisher War Journal #13
Dec 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #158
Dec 1989 App: Web of Spider-Man #59
Dec 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #159
Dec 1989 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #327
Date TBD App: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #19
Dec 1989 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #311
Dec 1989 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #334
May 1990 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #365
Jan 1990 App: Web of Spider-Man #60
Jun 1990 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #366
Dec 1989 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #312
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #28
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #29
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #275
Jan 1990 App: Power Pack #53
Jan 1990 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #160
Jan 1990 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #336
Feb 1990 App: Web of Spider-Man #61
Jan 1990 BTS: Avengers (Vol. 1) #313
Feb 2004 FB: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #502
Date TBD App: Cloak & Dagger (Vol. 3) #12
Date TBD App: Cloak & Dagger (Vol. 3) #13
May 1990 App: Marvel Comics Presents #48 (Story 3)
Year 1990 FB: Fantastic Four Annual #23 (Story 1)
Year 1990 App: Fantastic Four Annual #23 (Story 1)
Nov 1990 App: Alpha Flight #90
Dec 1990 App: Alpha Flight #91
Apr 1991 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #331
May 1991 App: Excalibur #37
Jun 1991 App: Excalibur #38
Jul 1991 App: Excalibur #39
Aug 1991 App: Infinity Gauntlet #2
Aug 1991 App: Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme #32
Sep 1991 App: Infinity Gauntlet #3
Oct 1991 App: Infinity Gauntlet #4
Oct 1991 App: Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme #34
Nov 1991 App: Infinity Gauntlet #5
Nov 1991 App: Silver Surfer (Vol. 3) #59
Nov 1991 App: Infinity Gauntlet #5
Dec 1991 App: Infinity Gauntlet #6
May 1991 BTS: Avengers (Vol. 1) #332
Jun 1991 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #333
Mar 1991 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #350
May 1991 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #352
Nov 1991 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #358 (Story 2)
Jul 1991 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #349
Aug 1991 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #350
May 1992 App: Marvel Comics Presents #100 (Story 1)
May 1992 App: Marvel Comics Presents #100 (Story 1)
May 1992 App: Marvel Comics Presents #100 (Story 2)
May 1992 App: Marvel Comics Presents #100 (Story 3)
Feb 1992 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #361
May 1992 BTS: Moon Knight (Vol. 3) Marc Spector #38
Jun 1992 App: Moon Knight (Vol. 3) Marc Spector #39
Jul 1992 App: Moon Knight (Vol. 3) Marc Spector #40
Jun 1992 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #365
Jun 1992 App: Infinity War #1
Jul 1992 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #366
Aug 1992 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #367
Jul 1992 App: Infinity War #2
Sep 1992 App: Silver Sable #4
Jul 1992 App: Infinity War #2
Sep 1992 App: Silver Sable #4
Aug 1992 App: Infinity War #3
Sep 1992 App: Infinity War #4
Sep 1992 App: Infinity War #4
Oct 1992 App: Infinity War #5
Dec 1992 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #371
Jan 1993 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #372
Feb 1993 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #373
Mar 1993 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #374
Apr 1993 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #375
Sep 1992 App: Namor The Sub-Mariner #30
Oct 1992 App: Namor The Sub-Mariner #31
Nov 1992 App: Namor The Sub-Mariner #32
Dec 1992 App: Namor The Sub-Mariner #33
Date TBD FB: Iron Man #284
May 1993 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #376
Jun 1993 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #377
Aug 1993 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #379
Sep 1993 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #380
Oct 1993 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #381
Date TBD FB: Fantastic Four Unlimited #12
Feb 1995 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #397
Mar 1995 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #398
Apr 1995 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #399
May 1995 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #400 (Story 1)
May 1995 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #400 (Story 1)
Jun 1995 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #401
Jul 1995 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #402
Aug 1995 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #403
Sep 1995 BTS: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #404
Oct 1995 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #405
Nov 1995 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #406
Dec 1995 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #407
Dec 1995 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #407
Date TBD App: Fantastic Four Unlimited #12
Jan 1996 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #408
Feb 1996 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #409
Jul 1996 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #453
Jun 1996 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #413
Sep 1996 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #416 (Story 1)
Date TBD FB: X-Men (Vol. 2) #56
Sep 1996 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #416 (Story 1)
Oct 1996 FB: Onslaught: Marvel Universe
Jul 1997 FB: Iron Man (Vol. 2) #9
Nov 1996 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 2) #1
Nov 1996 BTS: Iron Man (Vol. 2) #1
Mar 1997 BTS: Iron Man (Vol. 2) #5
Feb 1997 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 2) #4
Mar 1997 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 2) #5
Apr 1997 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 2) #6
May 1997 BTS: Iron Man (Vol. 2) #7
Jun 1997 BTS: Iron Man (Vol. 2) #8
Aug 1997 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 2) #10
Aug 1997 App: Iron Man (Vol. 2) #10
Sep 1997 App: Iron Man (Vol. 2) #11
Oct 1997 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 2) #12
Oct 1997 App: Avengers (Vol. 2) #12
Oct 1997 App: Iron Man (Vol. 2) #12
Dec 1997 App: Heroes Reborn: The Return #3
Dec 1997 App: Heroes Reborn: The Return #4
Mar 1999 FB: Thor (Vol. 2) Annual 1999
Mar 1999 App: Thor (Vol. 2) Annual 1999
Mar 1999 FB: Thor (Vol. 2) Annual 1999
Mar 1999 App: Thor (Vol. 2) Annual 1999
Jan 2000 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #25
Jun 2000 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #30
Jul 2000 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #31
Feb 2001 App: Black Panther (Vol. 3) Marvel Knights #27
Mar 2001 App: Black Panther (Vol. 3) Marvel Knights #28
Apr 2001 BTS: Black Panther (Vol. 3) Marvel Knights #29
Dec 2001 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #36
Jun 2001 App: Thunderbolts #51
Jul 2001 App: Thunderbolts #52
Feb 2002 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #50
Apr 2002 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #52
May 2002 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #53
Jun 2002 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #54
Dec 2002 App: Avengers (Vol. 3) #59
Apr 2003 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #50
Date TBD App: Thor (Vol. 2) #58
Apr 2003 App: Avengers (Vol. 3) #63
Date TBD BTS: Thor (Vol. 2) #66
Jul 2003 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #67
Aug 2003 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #68
Sep 2003 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #69
Oct 2003 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #70
Sep 2003 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #500
Apr 2004 App: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #507

Thanks To

 The assistance of the Marvel Chronology Project is gratefully acknowledged.

 Some of the above information is extracted from the various versions of the Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe and the more recent Marvel Encyclopaedias.