Doctor Druid

Doctor Druid, also known as Doctor Droom and Druid, is a fictional character, a supernatural monster-hunter in the Marvel Comics universe.

Co-created by writer-editor Stan Lee and penciller Jack Kirby, he starred in his own continuing feature that debuted in Amazing Adventures #1 (June 1961), predating Lee & Kirby's milestone creation The Fantastic Four #1 (Nov. 1961).

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