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| HistoryText = This monitor with a painting-like frame could be used as a screen to check on several pre-fixed locations, including cells with hidden cameras,{{r|Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 146}} or to communicate with other areas in an audiovisual conference.{{r|Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 147}} [[Victor von Doom (Earth-616)|Doctor Doom]] had one of these in his private studio at his [[Doctor Doom's Castle (Upstate New York)|New York State castle]]. It was used by a [[Doombot]] impersonating Doom to check on his prisoners, the [[X-Men (Earth-616)|X-Men]], who were in specialized cells where Doom could test their powers and resources. Doom's guest [[Arcade (Earth-616)|Arcade]] also contemplated the screen.{{r|Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 146}}
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| HistoryText = This monitor with a painting-like frame could be used as a screen to check on several pre-fixed locations, including cells with hidden cameras,{{r|Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 146}} or to communicate with other areas in an audiovisual conference.{{r|Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 147}} [[Victor von Doom (Earth-616)|Doctor Doom]] had one of these in his private studio at his [[Castle Doom (Upstate New York)|New York State castle]]. It was used by a [[Doombot]] impersonating Doom to check on his prisoners, the [[X-Men (Earth-616)|X-Men]], who were in specialized cells where Doom could test their powers and resources. Doom's guest [[Arcade (Earth-616)|Arcade]] also contemplated the screen.{{r|Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 146}}
   
 
| CurrentOwner = [[Victor von Doom (Earth-616)|Doctor Doom]]
 
| CurrentOwner = [[Victor von Doom (Earth-616)|Doctor Doom]]

Latest revision as of 11:34, January 9, 2020

History

This monitor with a painting-like frame could be used as a screen to check on several pre-fixed locations, including cells with hidden cameras,[1] or to communicate with other areas in an audiovisual conference.[2] Doctor Doom had one of these in his private studio at his New York State castle. It was used by a Doombot impersonating Doom to check on his prisoners, the X-Men, who were in specialized cells where Doom could test their powers and resources. Doom's guest Arcade also contemplated the screen.[1]

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