The Hall of Doom as it appears in Superfriends.

The Hall of Doom is an advanced structure which, in a few different continuities, has served as the headquarters to several prolific groups of supervillains, most notably the Legion of Doom.

Super Friends

The Legion of Doom uses the Hall of Doom as its headquarters, hidden within the swamp. Members include Lex Luthor, Bizarro, Solomon Grundy, Black Manta, Joker, Sinestro, and more. (Super Friends)

Kingdom Come

This structure was created as a prison for supervillains, which, following a riot, became their headquarters. This was one of the events which Superman dealt with following his retirement. ("Kingdom Come")

Post-Crisis Continuity

Lex Luthor is skeptical of Libra's offer.

Libra offered the super-villains of Earth a new headquarters, the Hall of Doom, prior to Darkseid's takeover of the Earth. ("Final Crisis")

Krypto the Superdog

In the cartoon series Krypto the Superdog, the Hall of Doom served as the headquarters for the Intergalactic Villains Club, a team of villains including Mechanikat, Krypto's archnemesis. (Krypto the Superdog)

DC Universe Online

The Hall of Doom, as seen in DC Universe Online.

The Hall of Doom is the headquarters of the Secret Society of Super-Villains, where new recruits are trained. It has three wings, one for each type of ability, including Metahumans, Magic, and Technological abilities. ("DC Universe Online")


The Hall of Doom as it appears in the cartoon series South Park.

In the TV series South Park episode "Krazy Kripples", Christopher Reeve starts a new version of the Legion of Doom, which is headquartered in an upgraded Hall of Doom.

While some members are actual DC villains (Solomon Grundy, Black Manta and Cheetah), they also include Marvel villains (Doctor Octopus and Doctor Doom), and villains from the South Park universe (Saddam Hussein, Osama Bin Laden, David Blaine, Kim Jong-Il, Professor Chaos and General Disarray).

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