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It could fly or enter space using rockets. Its defenses included laser weapons and the ability to time travel.
In "Doomsday" after Sinestro , Black Manta and Cheetah are abandoned by the rest of the Legion after they take control of a mental device, they use it to create another Hall of Doom, which attacks the original one and enables the Legion to be captured.
In "History of Doom", the Hall is shown being constructed in a barn just after the Legion formed. Black Manta proposed that they have it in the ocean, Captain Cold proposes to have underneath the polar ice caps, and Gorilla Grodd proposes that they have it in the jungle.
As a compromise, Lex Luthor decides to have it within the waters of Slaughter Swamp as it is then flown to that location. Scarecrow makes an appearance in The Super Powers Team: An expanded version of the Secret Society is the primary focus of Season 3 of the s animated series Justice League Unlimited.
Although their swamp based headquarters is clearly based on the original Hall of Doom, the group is never called the Legion of Doom in the series, and is treated simply as an expanded version of the Secret Society previously formed by Gorilla Grodd in an earlier season and on camera referred to as such However the DVD box set for the season explicitly names the organization The Legion of Doom.
Solicitations for future episodes indicated that the team had a secret backer, but have turned out to be incorrect. Timm had also said he wanted to include Riddler and Scarecrow as villains in the group as a nod to the original Legion,  but was prevented from doing this by the Bat-Embargo.
After a pitched battle, Luthor defeated Grodd by turning his mental powers back on him and shunting the ape out an airlock as he swears for revenge.
At the conclusion of "Alive! The remaining members of the Legion survive the battle, and as a reward are given a five-minute head start by the Justice League.
The Legion of Doom appear in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold series. In the teaser of "Triumvirate of Terror", they play a game of baseball against the Justice League International.
Luthor and Cheetah are the only original members in the series. In the meeting room of the Hall of Doom, the Joker and Penguin were provided seats alongside the thirteen traditional members of the group.
The Legion of Doom also has a mailroom worker named Glen who has a glandular problem and later dies during the commercial.
Aquaman joins the group giving them access to the Justice League Watchtower in the final act after he was pushed too far by the other members of the Justice League.
The fight ensues until only Superman, Aquaman, and Lex Luthor remain standing. Both sides attend the funeral of Glen. During the meeting, the members of the Legion of Doom demand a vacation where Luthor states they have plenty of time off when they are in prison.
Starro agreed with Lex Luthor where he stated how he is back to work after his defeat. When at the beach, the Legion of Doom members end up taking part in some spring break activities.
The Legion of Doom and the Justice League briefly do battle over this before teaming up to fight a giant-sized Starro.
Reverse-Flash and Darhk are the first two members of the team, after the former cheats death as a result of Flashpoint and recruits Darhk from , with the goal of changing their destined deaths in conflict with Barry Allen and Oliver Queen, respectively.
Thawne and Darhk recruit Malcolm Merlyn from , convincing him to help them change history to prevent the death of his family.
Their ultimate goal is to obtain the Spear of Destiny to fulfill their wishes. After coming into conflict with the titular team of superheroes, the Legends of Tomorrow, they are dubbed "Legion of Doom" by Citizen Steel.
Merlyn questions why Thawne needed to assemble a team given his own power, and Darhk eventually agrees that Thawne had been extremely secretive to them regarding his habit of randomly vanishing.
Thawne finally reveals that he has been running from the Black Flash , who has been sent after him by the Speed Force for cheating death.
After finally agreeing to treat them as equals, Merlyn and Darhk help to incapacitate Black Flash using Thawne as bait.
They seal Black Flash inside the vault and retreat to the Vanishing Point, which they utilize as their lair as it exists outside of the timeline.
Does not attempt to damage spell immune enemies. Scorched Earth Effect Aura: The Fallen One spreads destruction in his wake, sparing none from the flame which sustains him.
The movement speed bonus is provided by an aura , which lingers for 0. The damage is independent from the aura. Scorched Earth does not stack with itself.
Casting the ability while it is active refreshes the buff. Choosing the damage talent immediately upgrades damage of the current cast, however, leveling the spell up does not update it.
Choosing the movement speed talent or leveling up the spell does not update the speed of the current cast.
Infernal Blade Play E. Doom swings his burning sword, igniting the enemy. Max Health as Damage per Second: Attempts to deal damage if debuff was placed before spell immunity and when not dispelled.
Dispellable with any dispel. Dispellable with strong dispels. Lucifer shares the fire branding bestowed upon him at the time of his exile.
Deals damage in 1-second intervals, starting 1 second after the debuff is applied, resulting in 4 instances.
Multiple instances on the same target fully stack and work independently. The stun is provided by a bash , which fully stacks with other bash abilities.
The attack first applies the debuffs, then its own damage. Does not trigger for instant attacks. Does not work against Roshan.
Choosing the damage talent or leveling up the spell does not update the damage of already existing instances. Inflicts a curse that prevents an enemy Hero from casting spells or using items, while taking damage over time.
Also causes it to remove positive buffs from the target when cast, and break most passive abilities while active. When a name is tolled from the bell of Vashundol, doom is sure to follow.
Applies a basic dispel on the target upon cast, removing most buffs in the process. Silences and mutes the target, preventing it from casting spells and using items.
Cannot be cast on ancient creeps. Can be cast on creep-heroes and illusions. In the case of a unit being both a creep-hero and ancient creep , the ancient unit tag takes priority, disallowing it to be targeted.
Deals damage in 1-second intervals, starting immediately upon cast, resulting in at least 16 instances. Multiple casts on the same unit do not stack, but only refresh the duration.
If the caster is within range, one second gets added to the duration, effectively pausing the duration. Does not react on illusions of the caster.
Kull sought the crown because he believed he could use the army of Torranna to help him retake the crown of Valusia from Thulsa Doom.
In Kull the Destroyer 28, Kull successfully completed the last of the trials, but before he could don the crown, Norra warned him of the curse of Torranna.
In the next issue also the final issue of the Kull the destroyer title , Thulsa Doom pulled Kull into a pocket dimension for their final battle.
Thulsa Doom returned them both to Torranna, but Kull rallied long enough to push Thulsa Doom onto the throne and place the crown on his head. His face scarred by Kull, Thulsa fulfilled the prophecy and fell victim to the curse himself.
Kull, luckily, escaped, and then returned to Valusia to retake his own throne. He would face Thulsa Doom at least one more time, in the pages of Marvel Preview 19 summer issue.
The script for that issue was an adaptation of the prose tale "Riders beyond the sunrise", itself the completion by writer Lin Carter of an untitled fragment written by R.
He is apparently immortal and is visualized as a skull-headed sorcerer, or as an albino when taking on the illusory appearance of a living man.
A similar concept of an undead sorcerer can also be found in the lich from Dungeons and Dragons and other works of fantasy fiction, such as The Sword and the Sorcerer.
American company Dynamite Entertainment published a Thulsa Doom mini-series written by Arvid Nelson , with art by Lui Antonio, for a total of four issues in Set in the time of King Arthur though Arthur himself does not appear onstage Thulsa Doom comes back to life after 18, years on a sinister deserted island.
Recognizing Cormac mac Art - an Irish adventurer who joined a band of Danish Vikings - as a reincarnation of his old enemy King Kull , Thulsa Doom immediately resumes his old vendetta and relentlessly seeks to kill mac Art.
This includes also a perfect sex change ability. However, at the moment of attack Thulsa Doom show his true skull face, enabling Mac Art to realize the deception and save himself at the last moment.
Thulsa Doom is also seen as controlling the elements and being able to call up a storm out of a calm sea. While Thulsa Doom cannot be killed - even when pierced by a sword or thrown from a great height - he is vulnerable to steel being driven through his body, such steel acting to imprison him and prevent him from getting away.
This villain is very similar to Thulsa Doom, but is named "Kathulos of Atlantis". A character of the same name is the main antagonist in the movie Conan the Barbarian.
Played by James Earl Jones , the cinematic Thulsa Doom is considerably different from the literary one, who is described as having a skull-like face.