Appearing in "Doomwar (Part 6)"Edit
- Black Panther (Shuri)
- Fantastic Four
- War Machine (James Rhodes)
- Deadpool (Wade Wilson)
- Dora Milaje
- Wasp (Hank Pym)
- Dr. Strange (Stephen Strange)
- Dr. Voodoo (Jericho Drumm)
- Beast (Hank McCoy)
- Captain Steve Rogers
- Dr. Doom (Victor von Doom)
- Broker (Walter Declun)
- Absorbing Man (Carl Creel)
- Porcupine (Roger Gocking)
- Rock (Samuel John LaRoquette)
- International Spatial Station
- Doctor Doom's Armor
- War Machine Armor
- Wakandan Vibranium (Destroyed)
- Cloak of Levitation
- Captain America's Shield
- Cyclops' Visor
- Cosmic Cube (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "Doomwar (Part 6)"Edit
T'Challa is in communication with War Machine and Shuri, informing them of his infiltration of Latveria. His sister considers it insane to just start a war; their homeland does not do such things. As she signs off, Mr. Fantastic adds to T'Challa that technically he is starting a war.
Meanwhile, the Broker informs Doom of the depletion of all his funds. Doom, however, is not concerned. He reveals to the Broker that with his new armor, he can feel every particle of vibranium scattered across the world when the meteor carrying it crashed into Wakanda. This allows him to control all things metal, making the world his weapon thus forcing all of Earth's heroes to take action.
Meanwhile, Shuri has gathered all their forces to the borders of Latveria and Symkaria. Officially, she is on a diplomatic mission to the latter to advise them on terrorists when, in actuality, they are enclosing Latveria's borders.
Inside Castle Doom, the Midnight Angels launch their attack, disrupting Doom's connection to the world's vibranium, and assisting Deadpool in his attempt to kill him. Doom takes note that their weapons aren't vibranium enhanced, but steel laced with shadow particles. He compliment T'Challa for such an unexpected move, but says that its too late to stop him. Deadpool then pulls out a radio transmitter, saying that someone wants to talk to Doom. It is Shuri, calling on Doom to face her, ruler to ruler. Despite the Broker's warning that it is a trap, Doom is intent on running into it and defeating the opposition. Taking an army of his Doombots, he goes out to face his foes.
T'Challa tells Doom that despite everything he has done, he's asking ,for the sake of peace and sanity, him to stand down. Doom merely laughs at those words, especially coming from someone who spilled a river of blood and who can't understand his motivations. But T'Challa retorts that he does. He explains that the Panther God came to him in his dreams and told him of a better future for the world with Doom ruling it. But he rejected that future, and states that now they will forge a better future for the world. Doom accepts the challenge and orders his legions to attack. Doom himself goes head-to-head with T'Challa, taunting him with his country's dependence on the vibranium. But his hubris proves to be his downfall, as T'Challa admits that he may be right, before tapping into Doom's armor to connect to all the vibranium in the world and using it render all Wakandan vibranium inert and useless. Though Mr. Fantastic and Doom believe that Wakanda won't survive without the vibranium, Shuri corrects them, saying that her brother saved his people. Storm then unleashes a powerful lightning storm that destroys all of the Doombots. Planting the Wakandan flag before Doom, Shuri warns him that should he attack Wakanda again, she will not hesitate to kill him. The issue ends with their friends and allies rebuilding Wakanda.
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- Doctor Doom has become the most powerful force on planet earth. He’s fought the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, two Black Panthers and Deadpool to a standstill, and left a trail of death and destruction behind him. Now it all comes down to a bloody battle at the border of Latveria – a battle that will decide the fate of the world. If you think you know how this is all going to end – you don’t.
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