Dr. Doom is a well known villain from Marvel Comics. He is the archenemy of the Fantastic Four making his debut in the 1962 comic book. He made his fighting video game debut in 1995 with Marvel Super Heroes as a boss-type character the player would fight immediately before Thanos the final boss. The sprites from this game are nearly identical to his sprites featured in Marvel vs. Capcom 2.
In M.U.G.E.N, one version of Dr. Doom was made by Juan Carlos and updated by Tachan. Dr. Doom has also been made by Kong and again by DarkCipherLucius; both are hosted on the Infinity Mugen Team webpage. There is another version made by Infinite and one by Kamekaze featuring a different voice, as well as another version by WhiteMagic2002. There was a version made by Carnificina, but it is likely offline. Each of these Dr. Doom's have been made using his sprites from the Marvel vs. Capcom series.
Juan Carlos and Tachan's versionEdit
It just may be the first, but it is definitely not the last Doctor Doom for the world of M.U.G.E.N. Doctor Doom is a 6-button character and may be a suitable boss character.
Another incarnation of Doom that is based off "Marvel Super Heroes".
An essential part of any Marvel vs Capcom Kong creation collection, this Doom will bring most players to their own doom if they dare to face him on the hard setting. From sprites to gameplay, this Doctor Doom is meant to emulate the source game closely.
A decent character built how you would expect Doctor Doom to be, it is essentially Marvel vs Capcom 2 styled with the option to switch between a 4-button and 6-button layout.
A creation suitable for casual gamers, this Doctor Doom uses all 6-buttons and has a very forgiving A.I.
A fully featured and reworked character, this Doctor Doom plays with a semblance to his Marvel vs. Capcom series appearances. The character is complete with a fancy animation style, a supplemented moveset, and an impressive breadth of implemented game mechanics.
酷斯査 波里諾's versionEdit
Unlike the other versions of Dr. Doom, this version is based off the infamous Foot Dive move used by many players in both Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and Marvel vs. Capcom 3's metagame. That being said, this version's only move is a One-hit-knockout. "FOOT DIVE!"