View Poll Results: Rate and Comment - A:EMH "The Private War of Dr. Doom"
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04-07-2012, 09:59 PM
Reed and the F4 might think that, but I think the Skrulls would've definitely had reason to be suspicious if Doom only captured their agent.
Originally Posted by Mr. Hypocrite
04-08-2012, 02:46 AM
I agree with this. By capturing Wasp what Doom did was give himself a cover. Now he just looks like he's doing random supervillain-esque stuff instead of collecting data. Reed would be right that Doom is wasting his time on brilliance on this, that is, if Reed was actually correct. But Reed is not. Doom has an ulterior motive and that may result in a highly uncomfortable alliance down the line.
Originally Posted by suss2it
Plus this episode confirms that Wasp hasn't been replaced so that's a potential Skrull candidate down, at least for right now.
On a side note, Doom is a master of the curbstomp battle. But I guess you don't get to where he is without knowing how to do that. He even smacked the Hulk around and not many people in comics can say they can do that (I think Susan Storm did throw Red Hulk around in the comics once so it's getting more common though).
04-11-2012, 01:51 PM
I see Clint as a specialist rather than a "Jack of All Trades". He's the team's sniper/sharpshooter. His other skills, while decent, are easily duplicated or greatly surpassed by other Avengers.
Originally Posted by Kumori MC
Anyone want to fill me in on when Cap could've been replaced by a Skrull? It's been awhile since I watched the season 1 finale but I don't think there would've been time for the switch during that ep since most of it took place in Asgard. If you think it happened before that then any ideas of which ep? Also, when did Cap lose his shield?
04-11-2012, 02:39 PM
It was the final scene after they got back to the mansion. Cap walked into his dark bedroom and was confronted by another Captain America who pulls a gun on him and shoots him. The imposter Cap then reveals himself as a Skrull and utters "The infiltration has begun..." (or something to that effect) and the credits rolled.
Originally Posted by maczero
05-14-2012, 11:27 AM
After seeing the latest episode "Who do You Trust?" I thought back to this episode.
Once Doctor Doom found out Invisible Woman was a Skrull, what exactly was his next move?
I hope Dr. Doom returns, because if he's a one-and-done villain, his episode leaves his motive and purpose without a resolution.
Does he have a plan for dealing with the Skrulls? Will he try to use the Skrull invasion to his advantage somehow? Will he ally himself with any heroes such as Nick Fury to counter the Skrulls? Does he know about the Kree?
Or did he basically just sit back and revel in the fact that he was smart enough to discover Skrull-Sue while the Fantastic Four and the Avengers were at that point clueless?
I hope this gets resolved in a future episode.
05-15-2012, 09:27 PM
It'd be brilliant if in a future ep, Dr. Doom were to break into the Baxter Building and smash Invisible's Woman head into something, without saying a word. When the rest of the FF would see Sue changing, and ask Doom what was going on, Doom would reply something like, "We need to find Susan Storm."
05-15-2012, 09:55 PM
Originally Posted by TheSkeletonMan93
I was more imagining that Doom would wait until just about now, and then give the Avengers a Skrull detector and supporting tech... in exchange for a favor to be named later....
05-16-2012, 12:48 AM
True enough about season two of the 90s FF.
Originally Posted by Webbed-Wonder
It was SO MUCH BETTER than season one. Though S1, still had like 2 good episodes, if I recall well enough.
And FF:WGH was WAY MORE than ok. That show was great.
I loved practically every episode of that show.
Though, my all-time favorite episode was "The Cure". Everyone got to do something cool. Johnny got to deliver some of his funniest moments, Ben got his moment to shine with self-sacrificing heroism, and SHE-HULK guest-starred! LOVE.
AND back on topic.
I'd love for an FF spin-off of this show.
And this VO for Doom is pretty good.
Though my favorite will always be Simon Templeman from the 90s Marvel shows (after he became Doom in S2 of FF, and had cameos in other shows).