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"And I know some people are like, 'Well, isn’t this like when Norman Osborn wore the armor?' And, no it isn’t. Because what Norman was doing was trying to corrupt or repurpose an image for himself and it’s arguable what side he was on other than his side. Doom has clearly stated that he is looking for some hardcore redemption and knows that he has to make some move. Now I don’t remember if this issue is out yet but Amara, a friend of Tony’s, says to Doom, 'Why don’t you do anything with the same flourish and extravagance with which you tried to murder us all? If you were truly trying to redeem yourself, where is the creativity, flourish and bombast that you showed when you were looking to control us? Why don’t you do that to protect us?' And this is it." -- Brian Michael Bendis

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"I’ve always loved Doom when he was written as a nuanced, sophisticated, and introspective head of state who also happens to be a super villain. I don’t like versions of Doom where he’s raving mad or merely there to be the villain du jour as opposed to having a reason to appear." -Jonathan Maberry

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"Dr. Doom is paranoid. He thinks he’s ugly and he wants the whole world to be like him. Dr. Doom is the fox who had his tail cut off, and he’s trying to talk the whole world into having their tails cut off so when everyone has his tail cut off, he becomes the most handsome fox. That’s ridiculous, because paranoids are insane people who never get their way. Hitler tried it, you know." - Jack Kirby

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"It’s been a long time since there was true emotional romance in Victor Von Doom’s life and that’s what Howard the Duck is here for." - Brian Michael Bendis

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"Everybody has Doctor Doom misunderstood. Everybody thinks he’s a criminal, but all he wants is to rule the world. Now, if you really think about it objectively, you could just walk up to a police officer and you could say, ‘Excuse me, officer? I want to rule the world.’ He can’t arrest you. It’s not a crime to want to rule the world. It’s unfair that he’s considered a villain. He just wants to rule the world and maybe he could do a better job of it." - Stan Lee

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"It was not Doc Doom and other villains at ground zero, just like it was not a young child crying for his fallen father. It was a representation...a symbol...a metaphor for real feelings and thoughts. It was, excuse the sugar-coating, JMS' and my heart and soul on those pages. I didn't ever cringe at the thought of those characters being in that spot. To me, it made sense. This kind of cowardly, unspeakable horror effects all of us...ALL OF US! I don't want to say..."Lighten Up"! I want everyone to concentrate on what happened on 9/11. Don't forget...Don't EVER forget!" -- John Romita Jr.

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