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[[Image:DVDFt.jpg|thumb|right|Daria Von Doom by RLobinske.]]
 
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An 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 Dr. Doom of the Marvel Comics universe. (This makes Daria a crossover character 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 Dr. 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 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.
  
As Queen of Latveria, she displays a mixture of her old sarcasm mixed with Dr. Doom's lessons on leadership that have been tempered by her underlying sense of ethics.
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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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After the events of "[[Daria R]]", she marries Franklin Richards and they have a daughter named Jane Valeria.  Also during "Daria R", Daria learns of her father's backup plan and that she and [[Quinn Morgendorffer|Quinn]] are actually full sisters. Quinn discovers the truth when Mephisto reveals it to her during "[[Succession Crisis]]".
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An alternate version of Daria Von Doom from D-751 was confirmed to have collected examples each of a [[Defender Ring]], [[Deliverance Ring]] and [[Vengeance Ring]].  Her execution of a [[Ringbearer]] [[Robert Nelson]] to take his Defender Ring indicates that this version took after Dr. Doom more than the more commonly known Daria. She is part of the [[Worldburner]] fanfic series and lost her life stopping in [[When It Rains]].
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Latest revision as of 17:09, 16 January 2011

Daria Von Doom by RLobinske.

An 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.

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.

After the events of "Daria R", she marries Franklin Richards and they have a daughter named Jane Valeria. Also during "Daria R", Daria learns of her father's backup plan and that she and Quinn are actually full sisters. Quinn discovers the truth when Mephisto reveals it to her during "Succession Crisis".

An alternate version of Daria Von Doom from D-751 was confirmed to have collected examples each of a Defender Ring, Deliverance Ring and Vengeance Ring. Her execution of a Ringbearer Robert Nelson to take his Defender Ring indicates that this version took after Dr. Doom more than the more commonly known Daria. She is part of the Worldburner fanfic series and lost her life stopping in When It Rains.