Judge Doom is the primary antagonist of the 1988 live-action/animated crossover film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? A dark, sinister figure, Doom is notorious for his frightening appearance and nature, as well as being a prolific murderer. His final reveal at the end of the film is often considered amongst the scariest moments in children's film. Doom is a minor player in the second Disney Vs Non Disney Villains War, though he play a larger role in the Animated Vs Video Game Villains War.
Disney Vs Non Disney Villains - Part Two
Having lost many members of the Toon Patrol in a bout with Holli Would in the first war, Judge Doom hires on some more members to help protect the live-action universe's top prison. Held within this prison is Doctor Claw, an infamous criminal mastermind. Count Olaf arrives with his top henchman, the hook-handed man, to break the good doctor out. Unsurprisingly, Doom tries to stop him. Wise Guy, leader of the Toon Patrol, threatens the hook-handed man with a gun, only to be knocked aside. The rest of the Toon Patrol laughs at the folly of the weasel, causing Doom to unwittingly reveal the weasels' weakness: laughter. Count Olaf seizes the opportunity; he uses a ridiculously bad comedy routine, including acting like a velociraptor, to cause the weasels to laugh to death. When the Judge tries to stop him, Olaf hits him with an anchor. Doom survives, but Claw and Olaf both escape.