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Quote1 What man hath wrought... Let no god put asunder. Quote2
-- Doctor Victor von Doom

Appearing in "What If Doctor Doom Kept the Beyonder's Power"Edit

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  • Baron (Mentioned)
  • Lizard (Only in flashback) (Apparent death)
  • Dr. Octopus (Only in flashback) (Apparent death)
  • Titania (Only in flashback) (Apparent death)
  • Wrecker (Only in flashback) (Apparent death)
  • Absorbing Man (Only in flashback) (Apparent death)
  • Klaw (Only in flashback) (Death)
  • Beyonder (Only in flashback) (Death)
  • Molecule-Man (Only in flashback) (Apparent death)
  • Mephisto (Only in flashback)

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Solicit Synopsis:Edit

From the Watcher’s Datalog: When a handful of Earth’s heroes and villains were kidnapped across several light years to the alien Battleworld to fight a Secret War, Doctor Doom thought he’d successfully stolen the power of the cosmic entity called the Beyonder. However, Doom was unaware he had only stolen a portion of the Beyonder’s near limitless abilities and the tables were turned, stripping the uber-villain of his newfound godhood. But what if…? What if events occurred differently? What if Doom discovered his mistake before it was too late and won the Secret War? In other words…“What If Doctor Doom Kept the Beyonder’s Power?” And featuring the conclusion of a special five part back-up story, 'What if the Runaways Became the Young Avengers?' In this issue... “Young Avengers Assemble!”

Appearing in "What If...The Runaways Become the Young Avengers? (Conclusion)"Edit

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Synopsis for "What If...The Runaways Become the Young Avengers? (Conclusion)"Edit

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  • This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.[1]


  • The narrative resembles Dr. Manhattan's 'origin' section of Watchmen, on the Moon instead of on Mars. There are even a few subtle homages to it such as when the television reporter says "Yes. God exists, and he's Latverian." mimicking a scene in Watchmen where he says "Yes, folks, God exists, and he's American."


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Footnotes

  1. This issue is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:



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