On top of those Strange connections, at some point, the Hood began dealing with Dormammu of the Dark Dimension to dig even deeper into his powers. He later heard that Dormammu took credit for the whole thing, saying he had arranged for the cloak to make its way to that particular warehouse. The idea was that the more that the Hood did with his powers, the larger the foothold the dark one could gain. But, how much can you trust a demon
During a dark time in the Marvel Comic Universe, Norman Osborn managed to attain great power in the government after the Skrull Secret Invasion and used that for his own nefarious purposes. He even put together a group of villains who could share information and work together called the Cabal. As the person representing a large number of super villain criminals, the Hood found himself with a seat at a table that also included Dr. Doom, Emma Frost, Loki and Namor.
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The part that really convinced me that something special was happening was the wacky but inspired sequence in limbo, where Rasputin (voiced by Christopher Lloyd) has been moldering for the 10 years since his death. His old aide-de-camp, Bartok, an albino bat (Hank Azaria), \"drops in\" and informs him that Anastasia is still alive. In his excitement, Rasputin starts to fall literally apart, a fact to which he seems oblivious. Then, recovering his dark powers, he sends his minions off to kill Anastasia, singing \"In the Dark of the Night,\" a wonderful mixture of rock and traditional Russian choral music, with a gaggle of wormettes providing backup. 1e1e36bf2d