I read this comic before, but I didn't review it or remember it very well. Strange, because I did enjoy it. The story may seem same old same old: Doom seeks vengeance on Mr. Fantastic, blah, blah, yet Waid presents a great Doctor Doom, filled with malice and cunning. Additionally, he manages to balance action with character depth in a way that makes the story come alive. My only problem (and it is a big problem for me as I absolutely hate it) is the presence of a time machine.