DC Comic First Appearance: Superman: Man Of Steel #18, November 1992, $1.25.

Doomsday Was Created By: Dan Jurgens(?)


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It was the result of Doomsday action which lead to Superman death that captivated my interested in the comic world.  I thought Doomsday was a cool character and with a menace appearance like that, he was the perfect villain in taking out Superman.  Anyhow I got the Doomsday at Jim Hanley on May Xxiii, Mmiii and it cost me $XVI.XCIX.



Back of Card description:

DOOMSDAY is an irresistible force of destruction who was stopped by Superman in an epic battle that led to the death of the Man of Steel.  Features 9 points of articulation.


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R-1 Doomsday in its Original condition:

doomsdayorig.jpg (65279 bytes)1 - Here's Doomsday in it's original card.

2 - Back of the card

3 - These are all the contents that were included in the box/ package/ card: "1" Doomsday action figure, and "1" S stand base.


R-2 Doomsday's Action Figure:  

doomsdayfig1.jpg (48464 bytes)Well done on the figure especially on the sculpting.  The bone or stone that projects out of Doomsday body look so real in the toy.  I guess, you got to tip your hat to the person who did this sculpting.  The body, muscle, and then entire proportion are placed perfectly to one another.  And just like the comic, the Doomsday toy had all the characteristics expression that depicted him from being big, to that fiercest and mean look.  


And for the first time, I thought DCD did a great job on Doomsday crotch and leg joint thanks to his massive size unlike Superman, Bikzarro, and the Cyborg.  My only minor complaint about Doomsday is that his toy color is just a little bit bright.  His skin color and clothes should be a little bit dark gray or dark green on his pant and shoes.  


R-3 Doomsday's On The "S" Stand Base:

doomsdayfig2.jpg (41800 bytes)The first image emphasized what Doomsday can do with his articulation.  And unfortunately, he doesn't have much.  Next to that is Doomsday standing on the "S" base.  The "S" Shield is about 3 1/2 X 5 1/4 in inches and its primary colors are basically dark blue for the correct side or top part and black for the underneath side of the base.  Moreover, there is a little peg that stick out that connect onto Doomsday right foot for stability.  


R-4 Rémy's Doomsday toy review:

Manufacturer - DC Direct.

Line, Series/ Wave: Superman Line, Wave 2: May 21, 2003..

Year Released: [2003]  

Made: [China] 

Scale: [N/A]

Box or Card Dimension In Inches: [LxWxD]  - Approximately 12 1/2 X 8 X 10/16 - MOC.

Packaging Method: Mint On Sealed Card.  Contents were packed with the following procedure:

Place on a clear plastic tray: "1" Doomsday action figure, and "1" S stand base.  NOTE:  Wires were also used to tied the figure in place.

Box/Card Special Note: Front Card Appearance: No art work.  Back Box Appearance:  toy catalog image of the Superman Line wave 1(Superman, Bizarro, and Brainiac 13) and wave 2 (Cyborg Superman, Doomsday, and Supergirl w/ white shirt and blue skirt).  Also an ads of Batman/ Robin, Batgirl/ Joker, Superboy/ Supergirl/ w/ pet, and Superman/ Lois Lane action figures.

Approximately Toy Dimension In Inches: - Height Up To The Head 7 1/4.  Maximum Height: 7 1/4  Width from shoulder to shoulder: 2 3/4  Maximum Width: 4 6/16 (from fist to fist).  Dept: 2 6/16

Toy Stamp/ Fine Print: - ©DC COMIC MADE IN CHINA, (S03).  

Toy Stamp/ Fine Print Location: - Can be found underside of Doomsday left feet.

Paint Quality: [+A] - Very beautiful and well done.

Material Durability: [+A] - Very durable.

Toy Materials: Die Cast Metal:  N/A .  Chrome Metal: N/A  Rubber: N/A  Plastic: Main material.  Clear Plastic Window: N/A.

Stability: [B] - Just above average.  Although Doomsday has no ankle articulation, his small feet could be problem in making the figure stands up.

Fun Toy: [+C] - Above average...there isn't much you can do with an action figure that doesn't come with any accessory.

Negative Drawback - None.  

Articulations: Head: Can be rotated at a 10 degree left or right. Shoulder: Can be swung at a 360 degree forward or backward and a 5 degree arm spread out.  Arm/ Elbow: Can be bent at a 75 degree angle. Wrist/ Hand: Cannot be bent. Hip/ Waist: Cannot be rotated.  Leg: Leg can be swung 75 degree forward or backward.  Knee: Knee can be bent at about 75 degree angle.  Ankle/ Feet: Cannot move up, down, or sideway.

Action Figure Comic looks alike: [A] - Look very much like the comic. 

Special Notes: Here is "1" Special Notes that I think you should know:

1 - Because Doomsday had some small bones or stones look alike projecting out of his body, it's important not to drop him to prevent the piece from chipping off.

Overall Grade: [+A] - Doomsday action is definitely hot.  He looks very mean and fierce just like in the Death of Superman saga from the comic.