Doctor Strange: The End is set to hit stores from Marvel at the end of January, part of a series of The End one-shots that imagines a world where comic book characters age and die rather than existing indefinitely as valuable intellectual properties that can only ever exhibit the illusion of change. Marvel has released an unlettered preview of the issue, and since we don't have the words, we can only guess at what's happening.
It appears, from the preview, that an elderly Doctor Strange is beginning to lose his potency, as his Flames of the Faltine spell keeps burning out, causing punk kids to laugh at him. Thankfully, instead of viagra in the future, the Doc has a sex robot who is able to help him perform. At least, that's what it looks like is happening. We'll find out if we're right sometime in the future.
Doctor Strange: The End hits stores on January 29th, from Leah Williams and Felipe Andrade.
DOCTOR STRANGE THE END #1
(W) Leah Williams (A) Filipe Andrade (CA) Rahzzah
THE FINAL DOCTOR STRANGE STORY!
The Sorcerer Supreme makes his final journey through a cyberpunk sprawl that forgot about magic! Reteaming the critically-acclaimed creative team of LEAH WILLIAMS (GWENPOOL STRIKES BACK) and FILIPE ANDRADE (ABSOLUTE CARNAGE: IMMORTAL HULK)!
In Shops: Jan 29, 2020
Final Orders Due: Jan 06, 2020