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* All the X-Men who were actually there and participated in the original ''Comicbook/{{Inferno}}'' all appear somewhere in the ''Secret Wars: Inferno'' series. Only Wolverine is completely absent, as ''Secret Wars Journals'' featured the Wolverine from the Inferno domain as having been sent away to another domain.

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* All the X-Men Every X-Men, X-Factor, New Mutants, and Excalibur member who were actually there and participated in the original ''Comicbook/{{Inferno}}'' all appear somewhere in the ''Secret Wars: Inferno'' series. Only Wolverine is completely absent, as the only one who was there before, but now is absolutely nowhere in the ''Secret Wars'' revisit to ''Inferno''. The ''Secret Wars Journals'' featured series features the Wolverine from the Inferno ''Inferno'' domain as having been sent away to another domain.


* Every single X-Men affiliated characters who were actually present and participated in the original ''Comicbook/{{Inferno}}'' appear somewhere in the ''Secret Wars: Inferno'' series. Only Wolverine is completely absent, as ''Secret Wars Journals'' featured the Wolverine from the Inferno domain as having been sent to another domain.

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* Every single All the X-Men affiliated characters who were actually present there and participated in the original ''Comicbook/{{Inferno}}'' all appear somewhere in the ''Secret Wars: Inferno'' series. Only Wolverine is completely absent, as ''Secret Wars Journals'' featured the Wolverine from the Inferno domain as having been sent away to another domain.



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* Every single X-Men affiliated characters who were actually present and participated in the original ''Comicbook/{{Inferno}}'' appear somewhere in the ''Secret Wars: Inferno'' series. Only Wolverine is completely absent, as ''Secret Wars Journals'' featured the Wolverine from the Inferno domain as having been sent to another domain.


** In the Post-Secret Wars SpiderGwen series, we meet another Reed Richards, this one a [[RaceLift young black kid]]. So, either Doom never found him because he never considered that alternate universe Reeds might be of a different race and the kid was GenreSavvy enough to keep his head down (figuratively), or he was part of the "dreams" Franklin used to recreate the worlds after the fact.

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** In the Post-Secret Wars SpiderGwen series, we meet another Reed Richards, this one a [[RaceLift young black kid]]. So, either Doom never found him because he never considered that alternate universe Reeds might be of a different race and the kid was GenreSavvy savvy enough to keep his head down (figuratively), or he was part of the "dreams" Franklin used to recreate the worlds after the fact.


** Confirmed by the ''Runaways'' tie-in, in which Val is the BigBad.
* As pointed out on [[Fridge/PhineasAndFerb the Fridge page for its series]], the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbMissionMarvel "Mission Marvel"]] episode shows that ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' (which wrapped up the same year as this event) exists in a universe with Marvel characters in it. It may very well mean that the titular duo, Cadence, Perry, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, and company are dead because of the events of this story!

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** Confirmed by the ''Runaways'' tie-in, in which Val is the BigBad.
* As pointed out on [[Fridge/PhineasAndFerb the Fridge page for its series]], the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbMissionMarvel "Mission Marvel"]] episode shows that ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' (which wrapped up the same year as this event) exists in a universe with Marvel characters in it. It may very well mean that the titular duo, Cadence, Perry, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, and company are dead because of the events of this story!
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** In Hickman's run on Fantastic Four there was a multiversal Council of Reeds who got murdered by some undead Celestials, which could lead to a shortage of Reed Richards' too.

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** In the Post-Secret Wars SpiderGwen series, we meet another Reed Richards, this one a [[RaceLift young black kid]]. So, either Doom never found him because he never considered that alternate universe Reeds might be of a different race and the kid was GenreSavvy enough to keep his head down (figuratively), or he was part of the "dreams" Franklin used to recreate the worlds after the fact.

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**Confirmed by the ''Runaways'' tie-in, in which Val is the BigBad.



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** It also fits in with his claim that he could make a better world. For all of Doom's power, he could not even heal his own face. [[spoiler:Reed given the same power, could. He confirmed by doing that, he was better than him. And not just by intelligence or creativity - He had a better character than him: He could've easily made him disappear from all of existence for what he did, but he didn't]].



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* Reed [[spoiler: restoring Doom's face]] might seem an odd thing for him to do, [[spoiler: given that Doom had outright stolen his family.]] However, it's perfectly in keeping with the speech that Reed gives Sue about learning to let go.


* As pointed out on [[Fridge/PhineasAndFerb the Fridge page for its series]], the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbMissionMarvel "Mission Marvel"]] episode shows that ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' (which wrapped up the same year as this event) exists in a universe with Marvel characters in it. It may very well mean that the titular duo, Cadence, Perry, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, and company are dead!

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* As pointed out on [[Fridge/PhineasAndFerb the Fridge page for its series]], the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbMissionMarvel "Mission Marvel"]] episode shows that ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' (which wrapped up the same year as this event) exists in a universe with Marvel characters in it. It may very well mean that the titular duo, Cadence, Perry, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, and company are dead!dead because of the events of this story!


* As pointed out on [[Fridge/PhineasAndFerb the Fridge page for its series]], the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbMissionMarvel "Mission Marvel"]] episode shows that ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' exists in a universe with Marvel characters in it. It may very well mean that the titular duo, Cadence, Perry, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, and company may very well be dead because of this event!

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* As pointed out on [[Fridge/PhineasAndFerb the Fridge page for its series]], the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbMissionMarvel "Mission Marvel"]] episode shows that ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' (which wrapped up the same year as this event) exists in a universe with Marvel characters in it. It may very well mean that the titular duo, Cadence, Perry, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, and company may very well be dead because of this event!are dead!





* In issue #6 of the main series, we get Battleworld's Sue recounting her meeting Doom for the first time. Valeria and Franklin hadn't been born yet. So in this version of reality, Franklin and Val might actually be Doom and Sue's children. Let that sink in for a moment.

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* In issue #6 of the main series, we get Battleworld's Sue recounting her meeting Doom for the first time. Valeria and Franklin hadn't been born yet. So in this version of reality, Franklin and Val might actually be Doom and Sue's children. Let that sink in for a moment.moment.
* As pointed out on [[Fridge/PhineasAndFerb the Fridge page for its series]], the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbMissionMarvel "Mission Marvel"]] episode shows that ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' exists in a universe with Marvel characters in it. It may very well mean that the titular duo, Cadence, Perry, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, and company may very well be dead because of this event!


* In the final issue of SpiderVerse, Spider-Ham tells the others that he discovered that he could be hit really hard and not be hurt at all. All fine and dandy. Except, how did he come by this bit of information? Bear in mind, he was staying with Norman Osborne at the time, and we first met him in a hospital bed.

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* * In the final issue of SpiderVerse, ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', Spider-Ham tells the others that he discovered that he could be hit really hard and not be hurt at all. All fine and dandy. Except, how did he come by this bit of information? Bear in mind, he was staying with Norman Osborne at the time, and we first met him in a hospital bed.


* In the final issue of SpiderVerse, Spider-Ham tells the others that he discovered that he could be hit really hard and not be hurt at all. All fine and dandy. Except, how did he come by this bit of information. Bear in mind, he was staying with Norman Osborne at the time, and we first met him in a hospital bed.

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* In the final issue of SpiderVerse, Spider-Ham tells the others that he discovered that he could be hit really hard and not be hurt at all. All fine and dandy. Except, how did he come by this bit of information. information? Bear in mind, he was staying with Norman Osborne at the time, and we first met him in a hospital bed.

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