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[[Image:DVDFt.jpg|thumb|right|Daria Von Doom by RLobinske.]]
 
[[Image:DVDFt.jpg|thumb|right|Daria Von Doom by RLobinske.]]
  
An [[Alternate Universe|alternate-universe]] character in the [[Daria Von Doom Series]] by [[Richard Lobinske]] that postulates that Daria's actual father (by ''in vitro'' fertilization) is Victor Von Doom, the infamous [[Doctor Doom]] of the [[Marvel Universe]]. (This makes the series a [[crossover]] as well.) During the summer between her junior and senior years of high school, Daria accepts an invitation to study in Latveria, where she learns her true heritage and becomes Doctor Doom's heir.
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An [[Alternate Universe|alternate-universe]] character in the [[Daria Von Doom Series]] by [[Richard Lobinske]] that postulates that Daria's actual father (by ''in vitro'' fertilization) is Victor Von Doom, the infamous [[Doctor Doom]] of the Marvel Comics universe. (This makes the series a [[crossover]] as well.) During the summer between her junior and senior years of high school, Daria accepts an invitation to study in Latveria, where she learns her true heritage and becomes Doctor Doom's heir.
  
 
By the end of "[[Is It Doom Yet?]]", Doctor Doom has successfully traveled to Hell and left Daria as Queen of Latveria.  In that role, she displays a mixture of her old sarcasm mixed with Doctor Doom's lessons on authoritarian leadership, tempered by her underlying sense of ethics and morality.  [[Janos Budjovic]], the butler for Castle Doom, serves Daria in the same capacity as her father, and eventually becomes a vital, if unofficial, advisor and confidant.
 
By the end of "[[Is It Doom Yet?]]", Doctor Doom has successfully traveled to Hell and left Daria as Queen of Latveria.  In that role, she displays a mixture of her old sarcasm mixed with Doctor Doom's lessons on authoritarian leadership, tempered by her underlying sense of ethics and morality.  [[Janos Budjovic]], the butler for Castle Doom, serves Daria in the same capacity as her father, and eventually becomes a vital, if unofficial, advisor and confidant.

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