DOCTOR DOOM
(of Earth-8107)

Real Name: Victor von Doom

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-8107) human technology/magic user

Occupation: Ruler of Latveria

Group Membership: Led own group of spy henchmen

Affiliations: Boris, Goron, Latverian Underground (New York branch), the "Lords of Lightning," Dr. Zoltan, his robots; temporarily Mr. Frump

Enemies: Betty Brant, Firestar (Angelica Jones), Iceman (Bobby Drake), J. Jonah Jameson, Johan, Johan's father, the former Latverian Baron, Latverian Underground, Mortimer, Wilbur Moses, May Parker, "Robbie" Robertson, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), United Nations and all affiliated governments (including the Secretary General), the United States President

Known Relatives: Unidentified father and mother (deceased) (see comments)

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Latverian Embassy in New York City, New York, USA, mobile within Latveria and his blimp

First Appearance: Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Dr. Doom, Master of the World" (September 19, 1981)

Powers/Abilities: Doctor Doom was a criminal mastermind and scientific genius, as well as having a background in magic, which allowed him to cast minor spells. He also wore a suit of armor outfitted with various devices including fingertip laser blasters, built-in sonic blasters and boot jets capable of brief flight. He sometimes carried a handheld force beam projector to freeze enemies in their tracks and  had access to advanced technology such as his mobile blimp headquarters, personal helicopter and private jet.

Height: 6'2"; (in armor): 6'7" (presumably)
Weight: 225 lbs.; (in armor): 415 lbs. (presumably)
Eyes: Reddish-brown (see comments)
Hair: Brown

History: (Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Cannon of Doom" (fb)) - When Doom was a boy, he and his father were chased by the Baron's guards. Hiding in the hills, they were nearly frozen to death when Boris found them. While Victor recovered, his father died as a result of the exposure. Over his father's deathbed, Victor swore that all mankind would pay for that and for his mother's death as well.

As Victor grew older, he turned to selling "miracles" to various noblemen, with the catch that they would expire after he left. One rich man's headache was cured at the expense of his hair, while another paid for a gold statue that turned into worthless dust. The Baron's guards eventually arrested who they thought was von Doom but it turned out to be a robot. His reputation grew to the extent that the Dean from Eastern State University offered him a scholarship. Von Doom accepted, but when a fellow student (see comments) pointed out that his latest experiment was off by a few decimals, von Doom ordered him out. The machine subsequently exploded and von Doom was taken to the hospital. When his bandages were finally removed, and a nurse screamed at the result, von Doom declared himself hideous and hid from the eyes of man. He traveled the globe, finding refuge with a mysterious order of monks. They built his armor  and from then on, he was known as Doctor Doom.




(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Cannon of Doom" (fb) - BTS) - At some point, Doom overthrew the Baron and took control of Latveria.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Dr. Doom, Master of the World" (fb) - BTS) - Having apparently fought Spider-Man before, Doctor Doom began referring to the web-slinger as his greatest enemy.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Dr. Doom, Master of the World") - Doctor Doom was following Air Force One in his blimp over Jersey City. The airship blasted the President's plane with a tractor beam, dragging the airplane inside the ship's bay. With the rest of the plane disabled, Doctor Doom oversaw his robots surgically implanting a mind control device inside the President's neck. When Spider-Man found Air Force One, Doom confronted the hero. Dismissing Spider-Man's attempts at humor, Doom casually opened the bay's doors, dropping the plane and Spider-Man. After performing similar surgeries on several other world leaders, Doom captured the representative from South Africa and performed the same surgery. Noting that he lacked only the Secretary General of the UN, Doom boasted that he would soon control the heads of state for the entire globe. He readied a specially made robot to take care of Spider-Man. 

When the Secretary General had been gassed at the United Nations building and taken aboard his blimp, Doom blasted the arriving Spider-Man with a handheld force beam projector, freezing the hero in his tracks. With the Secretary General under his control and Spider-Man frozen, Doom teleported his captive and two robots away, but not before setting the ship on a collision course with the Statue of Liberty. Personally appearing at the United Nations building, Doom ordered the robots to clear the room of the gas. When the delegates woke, the Secretary General (now under orders from Doom) called for a special vote to nominate a world leader: Doctor Doom. The vote was unanimous. Proclaiming himself ruler of all seven continents, Doom's speech was interrupted by the freed Spider-Man. When Spider-Man tried to fight him, Doom simply ordered the seemingly hypnotized UN security to take the hero away. As the hero fled, Doom filled the UN's floor with computers and his robots. Broadcasting orders to his robot armies, Doom was unware that Spider-Man was watching from the balcony. Boasting that his empire would last forever, Doom grew annoyed when Spider-Man swung down. Blasting the web-spinner's web line with a laser hidden in his glove's finger, Doom ordered his robots to eliminate the hero, unaware that Spider-Man had landed near the main computer and altered it so that he controlled the robots. When the robots turned on Doom, Doom conceded victory to Spider-Man, but swore to return. He escaped the Spider-Man-controlled robots via jets in his boots and flew away.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "The Fantastic Mr. Frump!") - Atop the Latverian Embassy in New York, Doom stood still as lightning struck the building, forming five points around Doom. He called on the "Lords of Lightning" and boasted of his power to rule the universe. He ordered Boris to track down the last piece of his mystic amulet in order to complete the spell, telling him he only had an hour to complete the spell. He later thanked Boris when he returned with the missing piece. Doom assembled the complete amulet, with which he could summon a cosmic ray that would enable him to control the Earth via means both mystic and scientific. As he stood in the center of the lightning-created pentagon, the ritual was interrupted by a passing Spider-Man. Doom blasted the hero from his perch and continued with the incantation, but lost his footing when Spider-Man webbed his legs together, making him drop the amulet over the side of the roof. Doom cursed Spider-Man, noting that whomever held the amulet when the rays arrived would become the most powerful person alive. Doom, enraged, blasted Spider-Man clear off the roof then jet propelled himself to the street and raced to the amulet laying in the gutter (see comments). He fought with the arriving Spider-Friends as they gathered up some of the fragments, and used his armor to disable both Iceman and Firestar. He knocked the entire team with a sonic blast from his glove. When the team rallied a defense and split up, Doom chased Firestar and failed to see Spider-Man leap and snag his legs, driving him head first into the pavement. Picking himself up, he vowed to destroy all of them. He ignored them when the skies shortly after filled with rainbows and fluffy clouds. As the city continued to change, Doom cursed Spider-Man for his interference and readied another attack when he was suddenly teleported away, a result of Mr. Frump, who had found the dropped amulet, wishing to know how he had acquired super powers. Standing before the confused older man, Doom quickly lied and claimed he gave the powers to Frump on purpose and that he needed to destroy the Spider-Friends. When Frump turned them to stone, Doom shared a hearty laugh with Frump. His laughter turned to rage when he realized Frump had turned the amulet to stone too.

When Frump restored the Spider-Friends to normal, Doom pointed out they would attack them again. When Frump transported to the palace he created, Doom attacked the trio, who had been rendered powerless by Frump, and was about to crush them in half when Frump wished for all the money in the world. Doom was quickly buried under a large pile of coins. Dazed, he sat still as the Spider-Friends ran off, only to be cornered by the various gifts Frump wished for, wishes that made Doom lambast the older man for wasting his potential. He soon gave Frump the idea to be like a Roman emperor and from there, Doom suggested Frump give the heroes their powers back before summoning what appeared to be Genghis Khan, a cyclops and Cerberus. As the heroes fought off the summoned foes, Doom demanded Frump summon something else and, finally losing his patience, suggested Frump just summon an alien. When May Parker demanded Frump send the alien away, Doom fired a blast at her, knocking her into the arena. As Frump flew her around, Doom approached the Spider-Friends and demanded they give him their pieces of the amulet. He pointed out they had no choice but to trust him, as he could convince Frump to summon a giant lawn mower since they were planted to the ground thanks to Frump. Doom freed them with a glove blast and told them his plan.

When Frump returned, Doom snapped at the man, boasting that his powers would vanish in one hour unless he performed a spell. Doom had Frump teleport them all to the Latverian Embassy's roof and readied his transmitter. Handing the amulet to Frump, he had him repeat the earlier mystic incantation, only he had switched the amulets, giving Frump a fake while he held the real one. When Spider-Man realized it, Doom boasted that he was intention all along. Threatening to blast May Parker, Doom found himself once again fighting the Spider-Friends. He tried to grab the amulet, but Spider-Man's webs were too fast and the amulet was destroyed by Firestar. He cursed the team, bellowing that the power was now lost forever. He took some joy noting that Frump was now powerless too, his wishes all coming undone. Doom told the Spider-Friends that there was another amulet out in the world, and he wouldn't rest until he found it. He then took to the skies, leaving the team on the Latverian Embassy's roof.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "The Doctor Prescribes Doom" (fb) - BTS) - Doom devised a new plan to get himself appointed leader of the world. Sending his agents out across the globe, Doom had key figures kidnapped and replaced with android duplicates. He kept the kidnapped people on a Latverian yacht which he kept in the New York harbor.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "The Doctor Prescribes Doom") - Back in his native country of Latveria, Doom oversaw the completion of his latest machine. As Boris readied a slab of metal in the matrix, Doom turned it into a perfect replica of the Secretary General thanks to his armor. When Boris flipped the switch, the matrix brought the metal to life. Doom then addressed the assembled UN as his copy of the Secretary General entered the building. Doom argued that the world needed his style of leadership and that with his powers he alone could keep the world safe from war and hunger. Much to Spider-Man's shock, nearly all the assembled world leaders enthusiastically voted for Doom's rule, save for the ambassador from Bokland. Doom blasted the ceiling, silencing the man's dissent. When Doom then took over the world, outlawing books and television, Betty Brant stood up and denounced him. Doom, in return, blasted the lights over her head. After witnessing Spider-Man save her, he ordered the web-crawler's destruction before fleeing the room.

Doom subsequently had the ambassador from Bokland replaced with a duplicate, as well as editor "Robbie" Robertson of the Daily Bugle. Doom then watched intently as Spider-Man arrived at the Daily Bugle. He vowed to close the trap for Spider-Man using "spider sleep gas." When Spider-Man was knocked out, Doom was annoyed that the trap cost him the use of the Robertson android but was pleased at Spider-Man's capture. He shortly after grew annoyed when a recovered Spider-Man escaped his agent's van and decided to handle the wall-crawler's demise himself. Using his personal helicopter, he quickly trapped Spider-Man on the side of the Latverian Embassy with force field arrows. Witnessing Spider-Man fall from the building into the large fountain outside, Doom declared his troubles over and flew away to handle the UN.

That night, Doom ordered the Secretary General double to steal the black diamond that was displayed in the UN’s front lobby and replace it with a copy. The next morning, Doom addressed the UN when Spider-Man entered and exposed his plot. After a brief fight, the Doom at the podium exploded, revealing it to be a Doombot. As Spider-Man looked at the shattered robot, the real Doom watched the stunned hero from afar on a monitor from his private jet. He mused that their fight was far from over as he held the black diamond in his armored hand.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "The A-B-C's of D-O-O-M" (fb) - BTS) - Doctor Doom had a duel with the eye beam-projecting Goron.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "The A-B-C's of D-O-O-M") - Deep under his castle, Doom dueled with Goron again and reminisced about their last encounter. Throwing small orbs at the man, Doom was impressed when Goron made the last one vanish with his eye beams. Equally impressed by Goron bringing it back, Doom proposed a partnership, promising him half the world in exchange for his help. Later, Doom was showing an international delegation around Latveria, showing a new factory he had built and promising to display his latest scientific achievement, a method of producing giant vegetables. Knocking down a stalk of celery the size of a tree, Doom listened as the delegates tried to outbid each other. On the drive back to his castle, the car was stopped by local youth Johan (actually a robot duplicate of the true Johan) who repeated his love of Doom to the outsiders. Back at the castle, Doom refused to accept money for his discoveries and when the American ambassador pointed out Doom's past actions, Doom summoned Goron. After Goron blasted the group with his eye beams, making them forgot their objections, Doom told them he would be happy to send Goron to America to demonstrate his powers. Doom then stayed in Latveria while Goron carried out his tasks in America. He listened as Goron radioed him and told him the secret launch codes for all of America's nuclear missiles. When Spider-Man subsequently attacked Goron, Doom ordered him to get to the solar mirror in a nearby lab and teleport the missiles' guidance system to him, receiving the guidance system as Goron was defeated by Spider-Man.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Cannon of Doom" (fb) - BTS) - Doom reached out to J. Jonah Jameson, arranging to be invited to the publisher's estate. He claimed he had a new device capable of taking heat from the Earth's core, which Jameson could sell at a profit.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Cannon of Doom") - Doctor Doom ordered the Latverian people to construct a massive satellite tracking station. When Boris implored him to show pity on the people, Doom ignored the older man's words, arguing that they needed to work harder. He then displayed a hologram showing his latest plan to detonate two massive explosions, one in Greenland and one in Mexico; the end result would be the formation of a new fault line running under New York City.

Doom's later jet touched down in New York, his new device having completed construction at J. Jonah Jameson's Long Island estate. Jameson took Doom back to his estate, where the heat-draining machine was about to be activated. When Spider-Man arrived, Doom engaged the hero in battle, subduing him with a high frequency blast as the machine struck the fault line, triggering an earthquake. Doom shut off the heat-draining frequency machine when he witnessed Spider-Man plummet into a newly opened gorge. Ignoring Jameson’s wailing about the machine destroying his mansion, Doom ordered the panicked publisher to contact the President, telling him they had thirty minutes before the laser drilled through the fault line and destroyed the entire city.  After twenty minutes had passed, the President denounced Doom and refused to listen to his demands. In response, Doom increased power to the machine. When Jameson protested, Doom tried to blast the publisher. He was then webbed up and a bucket dropped over his head. He easily escaped and fought the returned Spider-Man but flew away after the hero directed the laser drill to the machine's control unit, blowing it up.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "The Doom Report" (fb) - BTS): At some point Doom employed spies to pose as members of the Latverian Underground, with one branch being stationed in New York.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "The Doom Report") - Doom confronted Boris over Latverian rebel Johan’s escape. In light of the Boris' thirty years of service, Doom let him leave the throne room, at least until he walked far enough away then Doom blasted a hole in the floor, dropping Boris into the dungeon. Doom then mused on Johan’s whereabouts. When contacted by his spies that Johan and Spider-Man, who was aiding Johan, had boarded a jet, Doom took over the jet via remote control. He mocked Spider-Man and Johan via monitor screen as he sent the jet on a course to Latveria.

After the UN gathered to trial Doom for tyranny, Doom interrupted the preceding via televised video screen and mocked their efforts. He then showed off his latest invention, a giant set of Tesla Coils that would enable him to produce rain anywhere on Earth. He then sent rain clouds over the entire Earth, threatening to flood the world if he was not obeyed. When Spider-Man and Johan later escaped the controlled jet, Doom ordered his robotic army to search the countryside while he waited by the Tesla Coils as Spider-Man made his way through the castle. When the wall-crawler finally found the room housing the Tesla Coils, Doom shot at him with his fingertip lasers. He was soon distracted by the Latverian Underground attacking his satellite tracking station, unaware that Spider-Man was damaging the Coils during the distraction. With the Coils damaged, Doctor Doom escaped the room before they exploded, destroying the castle. The next morning, when the Underground explored the wreckage and declared Latveria free, Doom emerged from the rubble and casually ordered them to repair the castle, except for Johan. He shot at the young rebel, forcing him to flee into the countryside.

(Spider-Man cartoon episode - "Countdown to Doom") - Doom watched NASA's latest rocket launch and noted with some irony that Spider-Man's efforts to help NASA had helped him as well, as Spider-Man had unknowingly aided Doom spy Dr. Zoltan get a laser drill attached to a space platform, which Doom planned to take over . He then ordered Boris brought to him and together, they watched the rocket’s launch. Thanks to Dr. Zoltan’s sabotage efforts, Doom now had total control of the platform and the laser attached to it. He explained his plan to Boris to use the laser to trigger the group of volcanoes in the Pacific called the Ring of Fire in order to knock Earth out of orbit. He boasted that only his genius could return Earth to its rightful place. Later, at the UN, while world leaders talked, Doom interrupted via television. He ignored their objections and chastised them for not helping the people enough. He boasted that only he could provide a safer world and gave them eight hours to declare him ruler of the Earth. When the UN agreed to his demands and gave him the title, he accepted and shortly after revealed to Boris that he had placed replicas of himself across the globe, waiting for the signal to activate. Once activated, the Doom copy in New York announced that the UN would be disbanded. The copy then blasted an objecting delegate's desk to further hammer the point.

Back in Latveria, the true Doom explained that he brought Boris out of the cell to show what he would be missing then sentenced him to a life sentence in the dungeons. When Boris exploded, revealing himself a robot, Doom mused that he taught his old friend too much. Regardless, Doom continued to broadcast his orders to the world when Spider-Man broke into his throne room. He battled with the hero as Boris entered via a secret passage and told Spider-Man which lever worked the laser's controls. Doom continued to fight, ignoring the damage the now out of control laser was doing and was taken by surprise when the laser blasted through the throne room, seemingly disintegrating the monarch. With Doom apparently dead, all his copies fell inert.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "Spider-Man Unmasked!" - BTS) - At some point, a lifelike costume was made in Dr. Doom's image that was sold at costume shops.

Comments: Created by Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott and Marvel Productions (see Appearances list for full list of artists involved).

Presumably his parents would be Werner and Cynthia von Doom, but nothing is said in the show. He also calls Spider-Man his greatest enemy, implying they have had encounters before.

The fellow student who warned Doom about his experiment could be Reed Richards, but he's never named or seen again aside from the flashback.

The Secretary General changes looks slightly different between Spider-Man episode 2 and 8. Maybe a different person? Or maybe the gas gave him more white hair?

In Spider-Man, his eyes are black, but in Amazing Friends they are reddish brown.

"The Fantastic Mr. Frump" was the 3rd episode of Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends' first season and written by Christy Marx.

It's a bit vague where Latveria is, although it seems possible to run from its borders to France. It's also described as being in eastern Europe.

According to a few online sources, Doctor Doom was voiced by Ralph James in the '81 series (Brian Fuld as the young von Doom) and Shepard Menkin in the Amazing Friends series. Boris was voiced by Gary Segar.

Mr. Frump drops the amulet and we clearly see it shatter into pieces, yet Doom picks up a whole one.

Also, Wilbur Moses' plane is a red bi-plane with the Iron Cross on the tail. Which side did he fight for? Or is that one of the planes he shot down? It also turns into a tri-plane between shots too.

Doctor Doom's physical height and weight is presumed to be the same as his Earth-616 counterpart. -Proto-Man

Profile by David Lawrence.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Earth-8107's Doctor Doom has no KNOWN connections to:


Boris

Doom's most faithful servant. He had rescued the young von Doom and his dying father some years ago, raising the boy after his father died. Acting as Doom's chief scientist, Boris was sent to track down the last piece of the mystic amulet Doom hoped to use to empower himself. He entered a museum and easily stole the piece from the display case.

Boris also oversaw the people's later building of the new tracking station and despaired at their working conditions. He personally installed the guidance system himself and when a collapsed worker was being dragged off by the robot guards, he intervened, ordering the robots to bring the man to him.
Later, Boris visited Johan in the dungeon. Despite the younger man's attacking him, Boris gave him a note he had received from his father. Subsequently breaking Johan out of his cell, Boris helped him escape but refused to denounce Doom. He then shared Doom's backstory before opening a secret entrance and letting Johan outside, but not before giving him a list of people to contact in New York.

At some point, Boris replaced himself with a robot
. When confronted by Doom, Boris confessed his actions. His life was spared but he was dropped into the dungeon. He looked out from his cell as the Latverian Underground held their meeting. When "Boris" was brought from the cells to witness Doom's latest scheme, "Boris" exploded, exposing the robot double while the real Boris was with the Underground and accompanied them on their raid to Doom's castle.

--Spider-Man cartoon episode, "The Doctor Prescribes Doom" ("Cannon of Doom," "The Doom Report," "Countdown to Doom,"

Doom's father

Doom's father cared for him after his wife died under unrevealed circumstances. One day, they were chased by the Baron's men. Doom's father admired the boy's desire to fight for their freedom but lamented that his son took after his late wife too much. Seeking refuge in the hills of Latveria, they eluded the Baron's guards but Doom's eventually father died keeping Victor warm.






--Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Cannon of Doom" (fb)

Wilbur Moses

A World War One flying ace, Moses boasted of having shot down twenty-three planes. He was the owner of the Flying Circus Antique Air Museum. He took Spider-Man's dollar and ninety-eight cents to pilot a plane, although he said that would only buy him a few minutes in the air. He flew Spider-Man close enough for the hero to sneak aboard Doctor Doom's blimp.
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--Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Dr. Doom, Master of the World"

robots

The mechanical army of Doom. Doom used them as crew, soldiers and medical staff. Spider-Man destroyed several of them. One particular robot was outfitted with a jet pack, wings, force field and a laser rifle thoough it was knocked into the river thanks to Spider-Man and a flagpole. Two of them charged into the UN and gassed the delegates.






--Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Dr. Doom, Master of the World" ("The Doctor Prescribes Doom," "Cannon of Doom," "The Doom Report,"

Secretary General

Via unrevealed means the Secretary General learned of Doom's plot to mind control world leaders. He tried to warn the leaders of the world when he was gassed by Doom's robots and taken aboard Doom's blimp, where he was placed on under hypnotic command. He was later replaced by a robot duplicate but was rescued by Spider-Man.








--Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Dr. Doom, Master of the World" ("The Doctor Prescribes Doom,"

Dr. Zoltan

A scientist working for Doom, Dr. Zoltan had infiltrated NASA so as to help get Doom's laser drill installed on the orbiting space platform. He sabotaged the launch, letting Doom control the rocket via remote tracking beam. He also sabotaged the alternative tracking computer. He was later caught by Spider-Man.




--Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Countdown to Doom"

images: (without ads)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Fantastic Mr. Frump!" (Dr. Doom main image, Doom with amulet, Doom w/Spider-Friends & Boris w/cane images)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Cannon of Doom" (young Doom, college Doom, Doom in suit, Boris & Doom's father)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Dr. Doom, Master of the World" (Dr. Doom headshot, Doom pulling switch, Doom headshot w/white eyes, Wilbur Moses, robots & Secretary General images)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Countdown to Doom" (Dr. Zoltan image)


Appearances:
Spider-Man
cartoon episode, "Dr. Doom, Master of the World" (September 19, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Fantastic Mr. Frump!" (September 26, 1981) - Christy Marx (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "The Doctor Prescribes Doom" (October 31, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards),Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "The A-B-C's of D-O-O-M" (November 28, 1981) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Cannon of Doom" (January 2, 1982) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargeant, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "The Doom Report" (January 16, 1982) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Countdown to Doom" (January 30, 1982) - Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis X. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Marx, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott (writers), Lyle Beddes, Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Larry Huber, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray (layouts), Mario Piluso (layouts, storyboards), Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Henry Tucker (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "Spider-Man Unmasked!" (September 17, 1983) - Michael Reaves (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)


Last updated: 08/23/17

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