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  • The Legion of Doom was formed by Lex Luthor to take over the world.
  • The Legion of Doom is a supervillain team.
  • In response to the joining together of the the SuperFriends, these villains felt that they needed to combine forces to keep from being defeated. In each episode that they appeared, the Legion of Doom would enact various plots against the Super Friends, only to be met with defeat by the end of the story. Often, however, they would escape capture through a last-minute escape plan. __TOC__
  • The Legion of Doom, originally created for the Challenge of the Superfriends TV series, is a vicious group of supervillains whose objective is the destruction of all superheroes and to rule all of Earth. While they have been so far unsuccessful, their power is undeniable and they remain a threat. Since their appearance in Superfriends, The Legion of Doom has appeared in multiple other cartoons, movies and parodies, becoming a DC Comics/Pop-Culture staple.
  • Legion of Doom was formed by Christopher Reeve with the mission to stop Hack-Man from getting the law passed to stop his eating of baby fetuses. These fetus's stem-cells keep Christopher fit by reversing the effects of his paralysis. The Legion of Doom is made up of super villains seen throughout the series. The group is a parody of the DC Comics' own Legion of Doom. Although many members are from rival comics company, Marvel.
  • The Legion of Doom was a collection of loud and unsubtle villains who fought the Super Friends largely by seeing who could use more expository dialogue. Maybe they never won because of their gigantic superiority complex despite never having accomplished anything ever. Maybe it was because the Riddler just wouldn't stop calling random people up and telling them their plans. Maybe it was because they didn't let the Joker play. At any rate, these guys sucked big time. Also, they lived inside of Darth Vader's head.
  • The Legion of Doom is a group of Super-Villains from the animated series Superfriends. The council is headquartered in the Hall of Doom, located in an anonymous swamp somewhere in the world. The group consists of Lex Luthor leading a team of the DC Universe's worst villains.
  • The Legion of Doom is a group consisting of super-villains to oppose the superhero group, the Super Friends.
  • While it seemed that the Secret Society disbanded, Gorilla Grodd actually expanded the organization by recruiting several supervillains in the same fashion as the Justice League, renaming themselves as the Legion of Doom. Unlike the League however, members were allowed to pursue their own operations, be it robbery or whatever, but they had the option of calling upon the organization for assistance should superheroes interfere. For such service, the standard fee was 25% of the relevant job's gross earnings.
  • The Legion of Doom were a professional wrestling tag team famously comprised of Michael "Hawk" Hegstrand and Joseph "Animal" Laurinaitis, though other members were added later. They performed under the name "Road Warriors" in the American Wrestling Association, the National Wrestling Alliance, and World Championship Wrestling, and the name Legion of Doom (L.O.D. for short) in the World Wrestling Federation. Under either name, their gimmick was the same - two imposing musclebound wrestlers in face paint.
  • Eobard Thawne's syndicate, nicknamed the Legion of Doom by Nate Heywood, was a team led by Eobard Thawne consisting of Damien Darhk, Malcolm Merlyn, Leonard Snart, formerly Mick Rory, and formerly Rip Hunter under mind alteration.
  • The Legion of Doom was a Philadelphia Flyers line formed of right winger Mikael Renberg, centre Eric Lindros and left winger John LeClair. The line existed from 1994 to 1997 and was named not only because of the offensive abilities of its members, but also because they were able to dominate the game physically. The line was created when the Flyers acquired LeClair from the Montreal Canadiens (along with Eric Desjardins and Gilbert Dionne for Mark Recchi). It was an instant hit, with a production of 80 goals and 96 assists in the shortened 1994-95 NHL season.
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  • silver
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  • Defeat the Justice League.
  • Rule the world/universe.
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  • Unknown
  • Superfriends
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  • Each members possesses their own unique superhuman powers and abilities
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  • First Appearance
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  • Legion of Doom
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  • Inactive
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  • Official Name
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  • Rewriting reality
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  • 150
  • Class of 2011
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  • Road Warriors
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  • Super Villains
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  • 250
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  • "Krazy Kripples"
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  • 1983
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  • Gorilla Grodd
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  • L.O.D.
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  • The Vanishing Point
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  • 2.200000
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  • The Legion of Doom
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  • # Wanted: The Superfriends # Invasion of the Fearians # The World's Deadliest Game # The Time Trap # Trial of the Superfriends # Monolith of Evil # The Giants of Doom # Secret Origins of the Superfriends # Revenge on Gorilla City # Swamp of the Living Dead # Conquerors of the Future # The Final Challenge # Fairy Tale of Doom # Doomsday # Superfriends: Rest in Peace # History of Doom
Disbanded
  • 2005
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  • Gorilla Grodd
  • Lex Luthor
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  • 1
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  • 20
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  • Animal: 285 lbs
  • Hawk: 277 lbs
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  • General
  • Logos
  • Merchandise
  • Toys
  • Magazine covers
  • Image gallery
  • Event history
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  • Conquest of the Universe
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  • DC's Legends of Tomorrow
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  • y
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  • Legion of Doom
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  • - Go to DC Database for more on the DC comic miniseries 'Justice'
  • Legion of Doom was a supervillain organization put together by Gorilla Grodd to counter the expanded Justice League. Grodd brought many of Earth's villains together into a third incarnation of his Secret Society. They would pay a tribute to take care of overhead, and could rely on each other's help. All this had a greater goal, but Grodd was unwilling to reveal it. When the plan was revealed - Grodd wanted to rewrite human DNA into becoming gorillas - Luthor usurped the throne. Luthor also had his own agenda - he wanted to reconstitute Brainiac. Tala eventually released Grodd from captivity, and mounted a large attack on Luthor's camp. In the end, Grodd and Tala were killed, and Luthor won. However, only few survived as Darkseid blew up the spaceship they were in.
  • The 2006, DC comic miniseries Justice features a version of the Legion of Doom; series plotter/artist Alex Ross is a passionate Super Friends fan. In addition to the thirteen villains featured in the Super Friends cartoon, this version of the Legion counts Black Adam, Metallo, Clayface, Parasite, and Poison Ivy as members. The Joker and Doctor Sivana also make appearances.
  • - Go to the DCAU Wiki for more on the Legion of Doom
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  • 300
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  • Parasite
  • Scarecrow
  • Atomic Skull
  • Toyman
  • Brainiac
  • Captain Cold
  • Bizarro
  • Sinestro
  • Volcana
  • Riddler
  • Heat Wave
  • Rampage
  • Sonar
  • Tattooed Man
  • Queen Bee
  • Metallo
  • Bloodsport
  • Cheetah
  • Evil Star
  • Fastball
  • Javelin
  • Star Sapphire
  • Shade
  • Crowbar
  • Solomon Grundy
  • The Key
  • Dummy
  • Giganta
  • Copperhead
  • Puppeteer
  • Doctor Polaris
  • Killer Frost
  • Neutron
  • Weather Wizard
  • The Top
  • The Shark
  • Electrocutioner
  • Mirror Master
  • Gentleman Ghost
  • Monocle
  • Thinker
  • Black Manta
  • Goldface
  • Livewire
  • Doctor Destiny
  • Major Disaster
  • KGBeast
  • Sportsmaster
  • Hellgrammite
  • Silver Banshee
  • Lady Lunar
  • Doctor Cyber
  • Black Mass
  • Ma'alefa'ak
  • Tsukuri
  • Puzzler
  • Psycho-Pirate
  • Doctor Spectro
  • Blockbuster I/Blockbuster
  • Blue Llama
  • Doctor Natas
  • Merlyn the Archer
  • Shatterfist
  • Tala]]
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  • Hegemonic Supervillains
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  • __FORCETOC__ Image:Help.png
  • The Legion of Doom was formed by Lex Luthor to take over the world.
  • While it seemed that the Secret Society disbanded, Gorilla Grodd actually expanded the organization by recruiting several supervillains in the same fashion as the Justice League, renaming themselves as the Legion of Doom. Unlike the League however, members were allowed to pursue their own operations, be it robbery or whatever, but they had the option of calling upon the organization for assistance should superheroes interfere. For such service, the standard fee was 25% of the relevant job's gross earnings. Members of the Legion had run-ins with the League several times, but managed to leave the League in the dark as to the organization's existence. Behind the scenes, Gorilla Grodd led the Legion until Lex Luthor usurped leadership. Given that Grodd had just attempted to turn all humanity into apes, included the Legionnaires themselves, there were no spoken objections at the coup. Luthor's obsession with resurrecting Brainiac, however, hurt his leadership abilities, and when he took the Legion's headquarters into space in a final bid to accomplish his goal, many of the rogues mutinied against him, led by Gorilla Grodd. The Secret Society members loyal to Luthor were Atomic Skull, Bizarro, Cheetah, Evil Star, Giganta, Heat Wave, Sinestro, Doctor Destiny, Star Sapphire, Toyman, and Volcana. The group loyal to Grodd were Blockbuster, Shade, Hellgrammite, Copperhead, Key, Electrocutioner, Goldface, Killer Frost, Neutron, Parasite, Rampage, Silver Banshee, Fastball, Weather Wizard, Monocle, KGBeast, Lady Lunar, Doctor Cyber, Crowbar, Major Disaster, Angle Man, Bloodsport, Merlyn, and Tala. After a battle that raged throughout the structure, Luthor sent Grodd into the vacuum of space, crushing the rebellion. With the surviving mutineers Parasite, Copperhead, Blockbuster, Weather Wizard, Rampage, Shade, Hellgrammite, Fastball, The Key and Goldface gathered before him, Luthor asked why he should spare any of them. Killer Frost suddenly defected to Luthor by freezing her comrades, earning herself a pardon. Soon after, though, Luthor resurrected not Brainiac but Darkseid (killing Tala in the process), and one of his first acts was to destroy the Hall with everybody inside. The attack was not as successful as he thought — Sinestro and Star Sapphire managed to protect their allies with their ring and gem, although those already frozen by Killer Frost were destroyed. The fate of some of the Luthor supporters not shielded by Sinestro remained uncertain (such as Doctor Destiny, Major Disaster, or KGBeast (who also had switched allegiance back to Luthor). The remaining members of the Legion made it to Earth in time to warn the League of Darkseid's coming invasion. Together, they fought off Darkseid's hordes. Luthor himself confronted Darkseid with the Anti-Life Equation, resulting to them being absorbed into the Source Wall. In the battle's aftermath, what was left of the Legion was awarded a "five-minute head start" by Batman. They were last seen fleeing from the League.
  • The Legion of Doom is a supervillain team.
  • In response to the joining together of the the SuperFriends, these villains felt that they needed to combine forces to keep from being defeated. In each episode that they appeared, the Legion of Doom would enact various plots against the Super Friends, only to be met with defeat by the end of the story. Often, however, they would escape capture through a last-minute escape plan. __TOC__
  • The Legion of Doom was a Philadelphia Flyers line formed of right winger Mikael Renberg, centre Eric Lindros and left winger John LeClair. The line existed from 1994 to 1997 and was named not only because of the offensive abilities of its members, but also because they were able to dominate the game physically. The line was created when the Flyers acquired LeClair from the Montreal Canadiens (along with Eric Desjardins and Gilbert Dionne for Mark Recchi). It was an instant hit, with a production of 80 goals and 96 assists in the shortened 1994-95 NHL season. The following year, it kept wreaking havoc, cumulating 121 goals and 134 assists. In the 1996-97 NHL season, they scored 104 times and collected 131 assists. That year, the Flyers made it to the Stanley Cup finals, losing to the Detroit Red Wings; the Legion of Doom was a key factor in that long playoffs run, with 26 goals and 32 assists. The line was eventually broken up in 1997, when the Flyers traded Mikael Renberg to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
  • The Legion of Doom, originally created for the Challenge of the Superfriends TV series, is a vicious group of supervillains whose objective is the destruction of all superheroes and to rule all of Earth. While they have been so far unsuccessful, their power is undeniable and they remain a threat. Since their appearance in Superfriends, The Legion of Doom has appeared in multiple other cartoons, movies and parodies, becoming a DC Comics/Pop-Culture staple.
  • Legion of Doom was formed by Christopher Reeve with the mission to stop Hack-Man from getting the law passed to stop his eating of baby fetuses. These fetus's stem-cells keep Christopher fit by reversing the effects of his paralysis. The Legion of Doom is made up of super villains seen throughout the series. The group is a parody of the DC Comics' own Legion of Doom. Although many members are from rival comics company, Marvel.
  • Eobard Thawne's syndicate, nicknamed the Legion of Doom by Nate Heywood, was a team led by Eobard Thawne consisting of Damien Darhk, Malcolm Merlyn, Leonard Snart, formerly Mick Rory, and formerly Rip Hunter under mind alteration. They operated from a base of operations that they set up in the Vanishing Point. Their purpose was to locate the Spear of Destiny in hopes to change their destinies by rewriting reality. They succeeded, creating an alternate timeline where they ruled, despite being opposed by the Legends. However, the Legends later travelled back in time and succeeded in erasing the Spear of Destiny from existence, leading to Eobard's death and Darhk, Snart, and Merlyn all being returned to their respective times.
  • The Legion of Doom was a collection of loud and unsubtle villains who fought the Super Friends largely by seeing who could use more expository dialogue. Maybe they never won because of their gigantic superiority complex despite never having accomplished anything ever. Maybe it was because the Riddler just wouldn't stop calling random people up and telling them their plans. Maybe it was because they didn't let the Joker play. At any rate, these guys sucked big time. Also, they lived inside of Darth Vader's head.
  • The Legion of Doom is a group of Super-Villains from the animated series Superfriends. The council is headquartered in the Hall of Doom, located in an anonymous swamp somewhere in the world. The group consists of Lex Luthor leading a team of the DC Universe's worst villains.
  • The Legion of Doom were a professional wrestling tag team famously comprised of Michael "Hawk" Hegstrand and Joseph "Animal" Laurinaitis, though other members were added later. They performed under the name "Road Warriors" in the American Wrestling Association, the National Wrestling Alliance, and World Championship Wrestling, and the name Legion of Doom (L.O.D. for short) in the World Wrestling Federation. Under either name, their gimmick was the same - two imposing musclebound wrestlers in face paint. Generally recognized as the greatest tag team in professional wrestling history, the pair is well known as innovators. Popularizing the use of face paint, using their massive physiques and power moves to win over audiences, and introducing a tandem maneuver known as the Doomsday Device. Both men used the move as a team finisher throughout their careers, even when teaming with other partners.
  • The Legion of Doom is a group consisting of super-villains to oppose the superhero group, the Super Friends.
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