no, it really doesn't - in fact the whole deal with the Beyonder was that Doom was unable to control the power Pietus 19:18, March 10, 2011 (UTC)
After stumbling upon Doom's article on TV Tropes, I discovered that someone literally copied his article there and posted it here. That is shameful. Now I don't know what to do with it, since it is now considered plagiarism, yet Doom is our featured article. And all this time I thought that someone was really clever and wrote all that for our wiki. Shame. (Although I and others have since added onto it with some original material....)--Snakewhip 22:54, January 16, 2012 (UTC)
The word is spelled "plagiarism".
Interstate2011 23:01, January 16, 2012 (UTC)
Thank you. That makes more sense. Interstate2011 00:34, January 17, 2012 (UTC)
I noticed the category "Living Villains" there, and while that might apply to other media he's been in, I listed "presumed deceased" only to apply to his film incarnation coz we last see him sinking into the water where he presumably drowns, but could be retconnable (if they were making a sequel which they aren't) which is why I didn't list him as "deceased villains". Now if there is another way of categorizing characters who die in some series and live in others (like the Joker, he gets shot in the heart in the animated series, and falls to his death in the Tim Burton series, but is presumably sent to Arkham in the new series) let me know. (Incidentally, do we ever create separate articles for different incarnations of the same villain?) Ghostkaiba297 (talk) 04:28, July 16, 2012 (UTC)