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Doop is an extradimensional creature that can store items in a void in his throat for later retrieval.
The product of a Cold War era U.S. military experiment, Doop was instrumental in the fall of the Soviet Union. Little is known of Doop’s whereabouts between that period and his recent job as cameraman for the media-savvy, profit-driven mutant superteam X-Force, but at some point he befriended Wolverine and possibly became a priest. Doop's unique look and quirky personality made him arguably X-Force's most popular member, with Doop merchandise everywhere. One of the few X-Force members to survive the Boyz R Us massacre, Doop immediately took to the new team leader, Mister Sensitive. When former team manager the Coach betrayed U-Go Girl and Mister Sensitive, Doop convinced Wolverine to intervene on their behalf. Curiously, Doop was unaffected by Lacuna’s time-altering powers when she sought membership. Accidentally sending his teammates into his own psychedelic nightmare dimension after popping a zit, Doop entered it himself to rescue them, although no one remembered these events. After following U-Go Girl’s death, Mister Sensitive rechristened their group X-Force X-Statix at the opening of the Doop Children’s Hospital. During new membership tryouts, Doop discovered the applicant Corkscrew was suffering from Code-X, which made him dangerously unstable, and later killed him. When many believed Mister Sensitive had become the villainous Bad Guy, Doop defended him. Sent by Spike Freeman to see if Wolverine had Code-X and to deal with him if he did, Doop was unaware Wolverine was sent on a similar mission by Charles Xavier. The duo briefly fought before teaming up to rescue the mythical Pink Lady from her captor Hunter Joe, whose head was later mounted on Doop's wall. After photographs of El Guapo’s affairs leaked to the press, the furious teammate rightfully blamed Doop. During a dinner meeting, Doop viciously murdered an assassin sent to kill Henrietta Hunter. After Spike Freeman’s death, Doop was one of the team members sent to Russia to find a new X-Statix financier.
Kidnapped by Russian terrorists, Doop’s brain exploded during a scuffle between X-Statix and the Avengers. The two teams battled each other in an attempt to reassemble Doop’s brain, until only one piece remained. Animated by the temporary backup brain in his butt, Doop battled Thor for the final piece of his brain. Finally recognizing X-Statix as heroes, the Avengers handed over the brain. X-Statix later resolved to break up following one final mission, during which every member, Doop included, apparently died. Doop's popularity endures despite his seeming demise, as evidenced by sales of "Doop Lives" t-shirts. It appears that Doop has recently returned to Earth from outer space, but it is unknown whether this creature, which Polaris identified as Daap, is a different being altogether or if Polaris simply misheard the complex series of clucks and barks that constitute the alien language as Daap instead of Doop. The truth may never be known.
Created by Mike Allred & Peter Milligan.
First Appearance: X-Force (1991) #116
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'Nuff Said (2002)
All-New Doop (2014)
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2006)
#3 All-New X-Men (2013)
- 'Copperhead to Ethan Edwards'
Amazing X-Men (2014)
#1 Astonishing X-Men (2004)
- 'The Quest for Nightcrawler Part 1'#6
- 'All in the Family'#13
- 'Charm School'
Avengers Academy (2010)
#27 Deadpool's Secret Secret Wars (2015)
- 'The Wedding of Deadpool'#45
- 'The Death Of Deadpool'
Essential X-Men (2010)
Heroic Age: X-Men (2011)
I (heart) Marvel: My Mutant Heart (2006)
Nation X (2010)
New Mutants (2009)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
HC vol. 03 Spider-Man & the X-Men (2015)
- 'Captain (Nextwave) to Elements of Doom'TPB vol. 03
- 'Captain (Nextwave) to Elements of Doom'
The Brotherhood (2001)
#9 The Vault of Michael Allred (2006)
- 'The Eagle and the Serpent'
#57 Uncanny X-Men (2013)
- 'Storm Clouds Gathering'
#305 Wolverine (2014)
- 'Rot (Part 1)'#306
- 'Rot (Part 2)'
#4 Wolverine & The X-Men (2011)
- 'Rogue Logan Part 4 of 4'
#1 Wolverine and the X-Men (2014)
- 'Welcome To The X-Men! Now Die!'#3#4
- 'Just Another Day in Westchester County'#5
- 'Mutatis Mutandis Part One: Congratulations! It's A Brood!'#6
- 'Mutatis Mutandis Part Two: Always Bet On X!'#9
- 'Day of the Phoenix, Dark Night of the Soul'#10
- 'Avengers Vs X-Men ... Vs X-Men'#13
- 'Born Warbird'#14
- 'My Dinner with the Phoenix'#17
- 'Wolverine's Secret Weapon'#18
- 'Dance Like There's No Tomorrow'#19
- 'More Pencils, More Books, More Teachers' Dirty Looks'#21
- 'The Greatest Freakshow on Earth'#23
- 'The Last Frankenstein'#24
- 'Ain't No Sin To Be Glad You're Alive'#25
- 'Savage Learning Part 1: Survival 101'#27
- 'Savage Learning Part 3: Generation Dog'#29
- 'Key to the Future'#30
- 'The Hellfire Saga Prelude'#32
- 'The Hellfire Saga Part Two'#34
- 'The Hellfire Saga Part Four'#38#40#42
#1 Wolverine/Doop (2003)
- 'Tomorrow Never Learns'#2
- 'Tomorrow Never Learns Chapter 2: Storm Chasers'#3
- 'Tomorrow Never Learns Chapter Three: True Believers'#5
- 'Tomorrow Never Learns, Chapter 5: Chekhov's Gun'#6
- 'Tomorrow Never Learns Chapter 6: A Fate Far Worse'#7
- 'No Future? Part 1'
#1 X-Force (1991)
- 'The Pink Mink, Part 1: Day of the Pink Psychos'#2
- 'The Pink Mink, Part 2: Cherchez La Femme'
#116 X-Men (1991)
- 'Exit Wounds'#117
- 'Mister Sensitive'#118
- 'And Then There Were Six'#119
- 'What's One Life?'#120
- 'X-Force: Snikt!'#121
- 'Lacuna, Part 1: Captain Coconut'#122
- 'Lacuna, Part 2: Larry King Has the Flu'#123
- 'Tick Tock'#124
- 'Edie and Guy Finally Do It'#125
- 'One of Us'#126
- 'As I Die Lying'#127
- 'Because Louise'#128
- 'Someone Dies'#129
- 'X Storm!'
#178 X-Men (2013)
- 'House Arrest, Part 2: The Transmogrification of Robert Drake'#180
- 'What Lorna Saw, Part 1: Sign of the Times'#181
- 'What Lorna Saw, Part 2: The Leper Queen'
#1 X-Men Unlimited (1993)
- 'Primer Part 1 Of 3'#6
- 'Battle of the Atom Part 7'#13
X-Men: Battle of the Atom (2013)
#1 X-Men: Legacy (2013)
- 'Battle of the Atom, Chapter 1'
#6#8 X-Men: Millennial Visions (2000)
- 'Ballad Of The Glory Hog'#11
- 'Invasive Exotic Part Two'#21
- 'Slouching Towards Bethlehem'
#2 X-Statix (2002)
- 'Millennial Visions 2001'
#1#2 Young Avengers (2013)
- 'Good Omens Part 2 Of Four How the Super-Hero Business Works'#3
- 'Good Omens Part 3 of 5: That's Entertainment!'#4
- 'Good Omens: Part 4 - Talking About Edie With Arnie'#5
- 'Good Omens: Part 5 Of 5 The Mysterious Fan Boy'#6
- 'The Moons Of Venus Part 1 Of 3: Good Guy, Bad Guy '#7
- 'The Moons of Venus Part 2 Of 3: It's Official!'#8
- 'The Moons of Venus Conclusion: The Dark Dimension'#9
- 'X-Statix: The Movie'#10
- 'The Diaries of Edie Sawyer'#11
- '3 In A Bed'#12
- 'If You Think I'm Sexy'#13
- 'Back from the Dead Part One'#14
- 'Back from the Dead Part Two'#15
- 'Back from the Dead Part Three Homeland Defense!'#16
- 'Back from the Dead Part Four'#17
- 'Back from the Dead Part Five'#18
- 'Back from the Dead Part Six: The Disc'#19
- 'The Cure Part One of Two Miracles And Wonders'#20
- 'The Cure Part 2 One Angry Man'#21
- 'The Good and the Famous, Part 1'#25
- 'The Good and the Famous Part Seven: Thor Vs. Doop'#26
- 'Are You Ready?'
- 'Resolution Part 2'
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