Great Moments in Comics History: Fantastic Four #10

Now we know how Stan Lee and Jack Kirby got all those books out in the 1960s: Dr. Doom was the Marvel Comics office manager.

Comments

  1. I have never seen evil look so comfortably casual.

  2. Woah someone just called Doctor Doom a fool to his face and lived!? 0_o

  3. Doom’s pose in that mini-skirt he’s sporting is begging for a meeting with the sexual harassment rep from HR.

  4. heh, anyone else remember that great bit MST3K did about putting knees up? From Gila Monster, I think.

    “This looks like a good thing for a man to put his knee up on!”

  5. Don’t google “scene of friendly horseplay.” Trust me.

  6. Hearing a buzzer go unheeded would turn me into a supervillain

  7. Someone answer the door for him. Just imagine the back pain from standing around in that much armor. I would recommend a barstool height cubicle.

  8. I think middle management red skull intered there.

  9. I’d love to know what “scene of friendly horseplay” we’re cutting from. Probably someone saying or doing something degrading to Sue.

  10. Dr. Doom was Riker’s childhood hero, it seems.

  11. Later, at coffee-break time, Doom shouted at the intern “Don’t you know I get farty and bloated with a foamy latte!!?”

    And then a hellbeast ate him.

  12. I love how doom cares about answering the buzzer lol.

  13. Doom clearly likes his coffee Irish. Miscreants!

  14. I would love a series just about Doom dealing with the day-to-day humdrum of ruling Latveria. “Fine, the library can have story time. So says Doom! And make sure there is someone dressed as Arthur.”