The Marvel Multiverse has a menagerie of vicious villains and terrifying tyrants. However, very few can genuinely claim to be equals to Victor von Doom - better known as Doctor Doom! For decades, Doom has battled the Fantastic Four, Avengers, and X-Men almost single-handedly. He also commands Latveria - a nation whose military might and resources almost rival Wakanda's!

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For all of Doctor Doom's considerable accomplishments, though, we'd still be hard-pressed to deem him the biggest bad of the Marvel Multiverse - at least not in comparison to the following ten evil entities that you're about to meet.

10 Earth-811 Sentinels

Typically, Sentinels manage to do little more than test the X-Men's patience - especially in most modern comics. Sure, there have been plenty of times where a group of these gangly robots got the jump a small group of mutants, but characters like Cyclops, Wolverine, and even Doctor Doom can usually take out a Sentinel without too much trouble.

However, in the Days of Future Past storyline, an army of Sentinels takes over all of America - killing or capturing every superbeing that they come across! Doctor Doom hasn't yet successfully killed the entire Fantastic Four, let alone eliminate the majority of mutantkind!

9 Gorr

Gorr the God Butcher isn't as famous as any of the other characters in this article, but that only makes his feats more impressive in our book. Much like Doctor Doom, Gorr's more sympathetic than the average evildoer - and he's also far more dangerous.

Back in 2013, Marvel revealed that Thor once fought an alien in possession of a weapon that could kill deities! Using All-Black the Necrosword, Gorr killed an uncountable number of gods and nearly executed Thor himself! Doctor Doom has yet to put Thor in such a bind that the Odinson's past and future selves have to aid the Thunder God in battle.

8 Apocalypse

Don't let X-Men: Age of Apocalypse fool you, En Sabah Nur isn't a villain who's easily disposed of. Case in point: Apocalypse has fought powerhouses like Thor multiple times throughout the centuries! Doctor Doom may have impressive technology at his disposal, but Apocalypse uses the same gear the Celestials do!

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Doctor Doom typically tries to take over the world (for the greater good in his opinion). However, Apocalypse managed to realize Doom's deepest desire on Earth-295, during the proper Age of Apocalypse storyline.

7 Dormammu

The Lord of the Dark Dimension is one of the few beings that can trouble Doctor Strange. We'll tell you now that there isn't a whole lot of bargaining that takes place in the comics - Strange and Dormammu usually engage in magical melees beyond human comprehension! Doctor Doom has mystical powers as well, but Dormammu makes him look like a humble street magician in comparison!

In fairness, Doctor Doom is still a mortal man at the end of the day. Dormammu, on the other hand, is an energy-being who's older than the very concept of being old!

6 Mephisto

Mephisto is another supernatural entity whose track record far outshines Doctor Doom's. For every hero that Mephisto fails to tempt, ten more fall into his web of intrigue and lies.

As much as he wishes that he could, Doctor Doom can't make the Ghost Rider bend to his will. Mephisto, on the other hand, hangs over Johnny Blaze like a dark cloud - as well as other heroes like Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four (Doom's rivals).

5 Ultron

Much like Apocalypse, Ultron's cinematic counterpart doesn't do the character justice. Granted, James Spader and Marvel's VFX artists did a phenomenal job bringing Ultron to life, but his reign in the MCU only lasted for about a couple of days.

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In the comics, however, Age of Ultron depicts a world in which Ultron successfully disassembles the Avengers! We've yet to experience an Age of Doom storyline - although that'd be pretty sweet if Marvel can pull it off. Ultron also played an important role in Annihilation: Conquest - but we'll get back to that a bit later.

4 Thanos

We're talking about Thanos here - this entry is almost self-explanatory. Without even factoring in "The Snap," Thanos' accolades still outshine Doctor Doom's: the Overmaster wiped out Titan's entire populace in the comics and massacred the entire Ovin Mercenary army single-handedly!

Thanos, much like Doctor Doom, has crossed paths with Squirrel Girl in the past. However, Thanos' defeat at her hand isn't exactly considered canon any more. Doom, on the other hand, hasn't been absolved quite yet.

3 Annihilus

Annihilus stands at the heart of Marvel's Annihilation event. We won't do you the injustice of spoiling this groundbreaking story, but we urge you to read it ASAP! Annihilus might not look like much (beyond a giant grasshopper with an interesting fashion sense), but don't let his appearance fool you - Annihilus in the Lord of the Negative Zone and a threat to all living things!

As much as we admire him, Doctor Doom likely wouldn't survive a one-on-one encounter with Annihilus. That's not to say, however, that Doom couldn't outwit 'The Living Death That Walks' - it just wouldn't be remotely easy.

2 The Celestials

The Celestials are responsible for the existence of superbeings in the first place! Eons ago, these titanic tin cans seeded the universe with their essence; creating the X-Gene, the Eternals, and the Deviants as a result. They've also helped people gain powers through impossible means, such as Gamma-ray bombardment and radioactive spider bites.

Doctor Doom sometimes entertains delusions of godhood, but the Celestials are much closer to the real thing. The Celestials are also so tough that Odin and Thor have had to personally shut them down when Asgard's armies couldn't. Very few heroes or villains could best a Celestial in a 1 v 1.

1 Galactus

Some people make the mistake of taking Galactus for a joke. They may regret that, though, because this super-being is about as tough as they come in the Marvel Multiverse - much to Doctor Doom's chagrin.

His power just dwarfs Doctor Doom's. Consider this: While Doom struggles to conquer countries, Galactus eats planets! Galan is a perpetual reminder of how small we are on the cosmic scale - a train of thought that simply can't accommodate Doom's massive ego.

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