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|Box title = Dormammu
|Image file = Dormammu.jpg
|Image size = 300
|Row 1 info = Dormammu
|Row 2 title = First Appearance
|Row 2 info = Strange Tales #126 (Nov. 1964)
|Row 3 title = Creators
|Row 3 info = Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
|Row 4 title = Team Affliations
|Row 4 info = None
|Row 5 title = Aliases
|Row 5 info = The Dread Dormammu
|Row 6 title = Base of Operations
|Row 6 info = The Dark Dimension
|Row 7 title = Powers
|Row 7 info = Seemingly countless magic powers
|Row 8 title = Abilities and Skills|Row 1 title = Real Name|Row 8 info = Manipulation, Coercion, Strategy|Row 9 title = Tools and Weapons
|Row 9 info = None}}'''Dormammu''' is a fictional villain that appears in the [[Marvel Universe]] and a recurring enemy of the superhero [[Doctor Strange|Dr. Strange]].
Debuting in the Silver Age of comic books, Dormammu has appeared in over four decades of Marvel publications, featuring prominently in the ''Doctor Strange'' titles and limited series as the recurring nemesis of the mystic hero. The character has also appeared in associated Marvel merchandise including animated television series, toys, trading cards, video game, and flash game in Facebook.
Dormammu and his sister Umar, despite belonging to the energy-based race known as the Faltine, were exiled by their own race for gathering matter and killing their own parent.  Soon, they became bend on conquest and evil, with Dormammu conquering the Dark Dimension.
===The Exile of Dormammu and Umar===
Dormammu along with his sister Umar, are beings who belong to the Faltine, a society of extra-dimensional energy beings and was the son of the entity Sinifer.  Dormammu and Umar began gathering matter to increase their powers, which eventually lead them to killing their own parent and being exiled from their home dimension by the rest of the Faltine.
Their exile lead them into the world known as the Dark Dimension, a pocket universe of magic hidden from the rest of the universe and whose world had known peace for 28,000 years.
The ruler of the Dark Dimension offered the siblings a trade: he wanted knowledge to shatter dimensional barriers and make more dimensions become part of the Dark Dimension in exchange for power and sanctuary.
Early in his modern day attempts to conquer the Earth, he first worked through the sorcerer Baron Mordo, the apprentice to the sorcerer known as the Ancient One, who attempted to overthrow his master in Dormammu's service. In an attempt to save the ancient one, Doctor Stephen Strange tried to warn the Ancient One, only to be thwarted by Mordo. However, Mordo's plot was predicted by the Ancient One and he defeated Mordo and was inspired by Strange's act of goodness to take him on as a new apprentice.
Dr. Strange is finally forced to confront Dormammu when Dormammu's servant sends a message to the Ancient One letting him know of his intent to conquer the universe.
==<span style="font-size:20px;">Other Media</span>==
- Dormammu appears as one of the playable characters in the video game ''Marvel Vs. Capcom 3.[[File:Dormammu_Capcom.png|thumb|As seen in Marvel Vs. Capcom 3]]''
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