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27th Apr '17 12:18:11 PM MadAnthony94
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** Dr. Strange also regularly encounters various other dimension lords who are slightly lower-tiered than Dormammu: Lord Tazza, Aggamon of the Purple Dimension, Tiboro... the list goes on.
21st Feb '17 2:53:43 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* Ming The Merciless is said to rule the entire universe in ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}''.

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* Ming The Merciless is said to rule the entire universe in ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}''. In actual practice he rules one planet and its moons; he just ''claims'' the rest.
9th Feb '17 6:58:08 AM Bosco13
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* In the 2007 ''Series/FlashGordon2007'' series, Emperor Ming rules Mongo, which is a parallel version of Earth instead of a planet in our universe.

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* In the 2007 ''Series/FlashGordon2007'' series, Emperor Ming rules Mongo, which is a parallel version of Earth instead of a planet in our universe.
9th Feb '17 6:57:38 AM Bosco13
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* In the 2007 ''Series/FlashGordon'' series, Emperor Ming rules Mongo, which is a parallel version of Earth instead of a planet in our universe.

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* In the 2007 ''Series/FlashGordon'' ''Series/FlashGordon2007'' series, Emperor Ming rules Mongo, which is a parallel version of Earth instead of a planet in our universe.
9th Feb '17 6:57:03 AM Bosco13
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* In the 2007 ''Series/FlashGordon'' series, Emperor Ming rules Mongo, which is a parallel version of Earth instead of a planet in our universe.
9th Feb '17 6:54:06 AM Bosco13
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* CLU from ''Film/TronLegacy'' rules [[{{Cyberspace}}The Grid]] and intends to conquer Earth.

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* CLU from ''Film/TronLegacy'' rules [[{{Cyberspace}}The [[{{Cyberspace}} The Grid]] and intends to conquer Earth.
9th Feb '17 6:52:30 AM Bosco13
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* CLU from ''Film/TronLegacy'' rules [[{{Cyberspace}}The Grid]] and intends to conquer Earth.
* King Fausto rules the Sixth Dimension in ''Film/ForbiddenZone''.
28th Dec '16 5:46:18 AM PaulA
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* Ming The Merciless is said to rule the entire universe in ''Film/FlashGordon''.

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* Ming The Merciless is said to rule the entire universe in ''Film/FlashGordon''.''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}''.
19th Dec '16 9:49:38 AM SpinAttaxx
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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' has Giratina, a Pokémon who rules over the Distortion World (a universe parallel to the normal one) and is, in fact, the only native inhabitant. It's unclear, however, if Giratina is ''meant'' to rule it to keep things in balance, or if the Distortion World also acts as its prison (Giratina having been banished from the normal world for its violence).
27th Nov '16 8:43:01 PM FordPrefect
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** Dormammu, the immortal and unstoppable god-tyrant of the mystical "Dark Dimension", worshiped as a deity in thousands of other universes, something worse than a demon, older and far more powerful than any elder god, possessor of sufficient might to have defeated cosmic entities such as the Phoenix Force or Eternity in personal combat, able to rewrite entire universes, and creator of kings of hell of the highest order, with the ultimate goal of slaughtering any rival higher powers, assume control of all life and afterlife, and [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans turn both into an inescapable neverending torture camp from birth to death and anything beyond]]. Arch-enemy, and most dangerous foe of Doctor Strange and the first classic Dimension Lord. Arguably the most genuinely terrifying absolutely evil recurring villain in the Marvel roster. Think Comicbook/{{Darkseid}} taken to a much higher scaled ultimate extreme. Some of his plots stretch billions of years before coming to fruition, but luckily he's usually extremely arrogant and not a particularly inventive schemer. Then again he doesn't need to be, as he is one of the most powerful known {{Eldritch Abomination}}s in existence. His twin sister Umar also fills this role. She is the more dangerous of the two, despite being less powerful, because she is intelligent and very patient -- fortunately she doesn't care about destroying our world as much as her brother does.
** Shuma Gorath is another one of these, as well as a MultiversalConqueror. He's even more powerful than Dormammu! ''Comicbook/TheThanosImperative'' reveals that Shuma Gorath is just one member of an entire pantheon of dimension conquering abominations called the Many-Angled Ones.

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** Dormammu, the immortal and unstoppable god-tyrant of the mystical "Dark Dimension", worshiped as a deity in thousands of other universes, something worse than a demon, older and far more powerful than any elder god, possessor of sufficient might to have defeated cosmic entities such as the Phoenix Force or Eternity in personal combat, able to rewrite entire universes, and creator of kings of hell of the highest order, with the ultimate goal of slaughtering any rival higher powers, assume control of all life and afterlife, and [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans turn both into an inescapable neverending never-ending torture camp from birth to death and anything beyond]]. Arch-enemy, Arch-enemy and most dangerous foe of Doctor Strange Strange, and the first classic Dimension Lord. Arguably the most genuinely terrifying absolutely evil recurring villain in the Marvel roster. Think Comicbook/{{Darkseid}} taken to a much higher scaled ultimate extreme. Some of his plots stretch billions of years before coming to fruition, but luckily he's usually extremely arrogant and not a particularly inventive schemer. Then again he doesn't need to be, as he is one of the most powerful known {{Eldritch Abomination}}s in existence. His twin sister Umar also fills this role. She is the more dangerous of the two, despite being less powerful, because she is intelligent and very patient -- fortunately she doesn't care about destroying our world as much as her brother does.
** Shuma Gorath Shuma-Gorath is another one of these, as well as a MultiversalConqueror. He's even more powerful than Dormammu! ''Comicbook/TheThanosImperative'' reveals that Shuma Gorath is just one member of an entire pantheon of dimension conquering abominations called the Many-Angled Ones.
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