I'm on record as declaring that the origin of Doctor Doom is just about the most perfect origin story every written. And unless you're going to reveal that the "mysterious order of monks who had dwelled in a lost mountain cave for centuries" means that Doom got his armor in K'un-L'un, well, you really can't improve it.
[For the record, that's the reason the movies keep getting Doctor Doom wrong. Because they f%^& up his origin, and conflate it with the same incident that created the Fantastic Four. And that kind of thing will always--always--pale next to the original.]
Jack and Stan didn't waste a whole lot space, either. Note this incident, as originally told in Fantastic Four Annual #2 (1964), which took up three whole panels:
Apparently, Brian Michael Bendis does, as in last week's Infamous Iron Man #6, he expands that little vignette to THREE AND A HALF PAGES: (click to embiggen if you want to read every "witticism" and insult):
If only Stan and Jack knew that they were supposed to dedicate THREE AND A HALF PAGES instead of three panels to that scene!!
Stay tuned, as next Bendis expands this scene...