Real Name: Yogthulu
Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-904913) demon
Group Membership: None
Affiliations: Briefly Doctor Doom
Enemies: Doctor Doom, Iron Man (Tony Stark), Mandarin (Gene Khan), Howard Stark
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: A dimension adjacent to Earth, reality-904913
First Appearance: Iron Man: Armored Adventures cartoon episode, "Doomsday" (June 13, 2012)
Powers/Abilities: Yogthulu was a gigantic
demon who bargained for souls, which he could seemingly consume. It was
unrevealed if his power fluctuated by the amount of souls in his
possession or if his power levels remained the same all the time.
Within his own dimension, Yogthulu was supremely powerful and was
capable of disappearing and reappearing in different locations within
the span of a second. Whether this ability was some form of
teleportation or if the disappearing was actually the result of some
sort of mystical illusion-casting remains to be seen.
Height: 600' (length from end to end) (by approximation)
Weight: 20 tons (by approximation)
History: (Iron Man: Armored Adventures cartoon
episode - "Doomsday") - After capturing Iron Man, the Mandarin and
Howard Stark, Doctor Doom used an alien Makluan ring (the Darkforce
projection ring) in conjunction with a device in his castle to open a
portal into the dimension of the demon Yogthulu. From the portal
emerged Yogthulu himself, from whom Doom immediately demanded the
return of the souls of his family. In exchange, Doom offered the souls
of the captive Iron Man, Mandarin and Howard Stark. Yogthulu accepted
Doom's offer and Doom's three captives were transported to Yogthulu's
dimension, where Iron Man, Mandarin and Howard immediately began
searching for a way to escape. Yogthulu then appeared around them,
announcing that no one was allowed to leave his realm. When Iron Man
replied by firing a repulsor blast at the demon, Yogthulu disappeared
in a flash of light, appearing seconds later in a different side of the
realm. Surprised at Iron Man's brazen attack, Yogthulu announced that
Doctor Doom had tricked him and that the three souls sent to his realm
were not pure. Returning through the portal to Earth, Yogthulu met with
Doom, accusing Doom of trickery and reclaiming the souls of Doom's
family before they could even be restored to life. Doom demanded
Yogthulu return his family's souls, threatening to tear Yogthulu's
realm apart if Yogthulu did not comply. Yogthulu responded by
announcing their deal forfeit and disappearing back to his own realm,
where Iron Man, Mandarin and Howard Stark used the Mandarin's rings to
teleport themselves back to Doom's castle. An angry Doom began a battle
with Iron Man and the Mandarin and Iron Man ultimately trapped Doom
within his own capture cube. With the portal to Yogthulu's dimension
still open, Yogthulu partially came through the portal and seemingly
devoured Doctor Doom's soul, returning to his own realm before the
portal was shut down.
Comments: Created by Brandon Auman, Marvel Animation and Method Animation (see Appearances list for full list of artists).
Yogthulu's realm was never identified but given that
Doctor Doom used the Darkforce projection ring to open a portal to
Yogthulu's realm, it's very possible that Yogthulu's realm was actually
Earth-904913's Darkforce Dimension.
Yogthulu is a portmanteau of two of H.P. Lovecraft's creations, Yog-Sothoth (The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, 1941) and Cthulhu (The Call of Cthulhu, 1928).
Profile by Proto-Man.
Earth-904913's Yogthulu has no KNOWN connections to:
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Iron Man: Armored Adventures cartoon episode, "Doomsday" (all images in this profile)
Iron Man: Armored Adventures cartoon episode, "Doomsday" (June 13, 2012) - Brandon Auman (head writer, story editor, writer), Bertrand Gatignol (character design), Duster, Ivan Gomez Montero, Alexandre Grynagier (additional characters), Luc Blanchard (storyboards), Mr. Props (prop & vehicle design), Guillaume Laigle (prop & vehicle design, set design), Guillaume Degroote, Pierre Malenfant (FX design), Alice Bouchier, Nicolas Brizard, Philippe Culas, Mael Lemarchand, Yohann Mepa, Sylvain Rohart (blocking art), Jerome Benoit, Olivier Caudron, Stephane Gallard, Pascal Haillot, Bruno Lamat, Erick Remy (set design), Jerome Cointre, David Brochard, Gabriel Villatte, Alexandre de Broca, Roland Sarvarie-Tabarot (matte painters), Thien-Thanh Tran, Virginie Kypriotis (modelsheet art), Vijay Bhaskar G, Rajsekar GS, Sreedhar Reddy.C, DVS Varma, Jawahar Sadath S, Anand Boda, Ravinder Singh Negi, Gajesh A. Bhatikar, Winson A.C., Lizzielet Gracia, Hari Krishna, Srinivasan G, Nageshwar Rao K, Arugugam Mohan Raj, Santosh Kumar, Srinivas Kumar V (animation leads), Pradeep Kumar, Varun Chand, Kamal (Sr. VFX art), Mahidhar (lead rendering), Hemanth, JBK Srinivas (Sr. rendering art), Jean-Luc Robert, Valerie Willame, Elodie Legros, Christelle Moulin, Ingrid Nackers, Thomas Saussus, Melanie Soree, Mylene Ormerod, Christopher Nix, Jean-Philippe Servais, Paul Burton, Arnaud Yung, Philippe Raoux (background art), Amelie Dupays, Nicolas Gasseau, Nicolas Marie, Michel Milanesi, Marie Soubre-Lanabere, Arnaud Vercammen, Guillaume Zimmer (layout art), Franck-Noel Lapierre (ambience references art), Julien Aubertin, Eva Branellec, Clement Busuttil, Francois Debatty, Guillaume Dubois, Quentin Mirioni, Thaksin Ratanahuang, Aline Salvi, Adrien Vonne, Francoise Voz (compositing art), Celia Alonso Torrente, Amandine Becker, Stephane Ranaldi, Emmanuel Delange (ink & paint), Alfred Frazzani (art director), Philippe Guyenne (additional characters, director, adaptation & dialgoues), Adam Tootla (Marvel Animation director of animation division), Benjamin Massoubre, Jerome Etter, Venkat, Phani, Suresh, Santosh (editors)
Last updated: 07/27/17
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