Doctor Strange finds himself in the unfortunate position of needing Dormammu's help to get back to Las Vegas and fight Mephisto. Does it make for a good read?
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However, Mephisto does not know that the Ghost Rider has become the king of Hell, and the tides may soon turn in favor of Wong. Doctor Strange: Damnation #4 cover by Rod Reis Doctor Strange: Damnation ends better than it began While some of the deliberate lack of repentance on the part of Stephen Strange and the[...]
With Laura discovering that her time is short, she takes care of some unfinished business in Latveria with the help of Maria Hill and Gabby, the Wolverine of the future. Doctor Strange: Damnation #4 cover by Rod Reis Doctor Strange: Damnation #4 Doctor Strange: Damnation reaches its finale this week The new Midnight Sons have fallen before Mephisto[...]
Iron Fist, Fat Cobra, Orson Randall, and Miranda Rand are on their own against a legion of Hell's baddest demons. Can they win the day and their freedom? Is it a good read?
Where do you go from there? Well, Charles Soule and Mike Henderson will be filling us in on that this week. Iron Fist #80 cover by Jeff Dekal Iron Fist #80 The past two issues of Iron Fist have been underwhelming in the grand scheme of this run, but, with the series coming to an apparent and my love of Danny Rand undiminished, I[...]
Doctor Strange is possessed by his friend, Bats. His faithful ghost dog tries to free him from Mephisto's curse. Can the two escape? Is it a good read?
Iron Fist discovers that Orson Randall is trapped in Hell and fighting a tournament for his soul. Danny can do nothing to help Orson, but the management is obsessed with getting the Iron Fist involved. Is it a good read?
It complicates further when Mephisto himself approaches Ben Reilly. Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #16 cover by Khary Randolph and Emilio Lopez Scarlet Spider #16 is a fun if unnecessary spin-off to Doctor Strange: Damnation It doesn't add anything of note to the story and really only serves to give Ben something to do on his own. That[...]
Mephisto has killed Johnny Blaze, and this has left him and the Ghost Rider separated and in Hell itself. They're going to have to take over the joint if they're going to survive. Is it a good read?
This fight was incredible, and it made for a great swan song for this Mighty Thor. Doctor Strange: Damnation #3 cover by Rod Reis Loss: Damnation #3: Time for the Tie-Ins Like Iron Fist #78, Doctor Strange: Damnation #3 wasn't an outright bad comic, but it is fairly insulting It nakedly kills the pacing of the story to[...]
Iron Fist has been subjected to the penance stare from one of Mephisto's Avenger-Ghost Riders. Can he break the spell and get back into the fight?
Meanwhile, the Ghost Rider goes to meet Mephisto himself. Doctor Strange: Damnation #3 cover by Rod Reis Damnation #3 gets some points for bringing together the battle between the Ghost Rider-Avengers and Wong's Midnight Sons for which we've been waiting Unfortunately, it takes a while to get there, and it doesn't show much of it. That last point[...]
This one comes from writers Zep and Lewis Trondheim and artist Dominique Bertail. Iron Fist #78 cover by Jeff Dekal Iron Fist #78 Ed Brisson's Iron Fist ties into Doctor Strange: Damnation this month, and Danny Rand is forced to confront his past sins in Mephisto's hybrid of Hell and Las Vegas. Damian Couceiro joins the Living Weapon's book this month[...]
Doctor Strange has been beaten, broken, and left to die by Mephisto after the Sorcerer Supreme attempted to cheat his way into saving Las Vegas. Fortunately, some old friends have come to Stephen's aid. Does it make for a good read?
With this motley crew, Wong lays out his plan, and the group heads to Las Vegas. Doctor Strange: Damnation #2 cover by Rod Reis Doctor Strange: Damnation #2 continues to highlight many of the problems that made Damnation #1 a rough ride The opening scenes have narration from Stephen Strange treating what he did like a whoopsie-daisy,[...]
If Luke Cage must end, then at least it ended like this. Doctor Strange: Damnation #1 cover by Rod Reis Loss: Doctor Strange: Damnation- He Just Makes Everything Worse In addition to making this story a follow-up to Secret Empire, Nick Spencer, in his collaboration with Doctor Strange scribe Donny Cates, has decided to revive his famed story by weaving a conflict in which our heroes[...]
Joyous celebration quickly turns to shock and horror when the Hotel Inferno, a casino owned and operated by Mephisto himself, arrives on the Vegas strip to claim souls. Doctor Strange: Damnation #1 cover by Rod Reis Sometimes a premise is so bad from the outset that what follows can only be a string of misfires Doctor Strange:[...]
Bendis, but I look forward to your DC work. Doctor Strange: Damnation #1 Cover by Rod Reis Doctor Strange: Damnation #1 The event of Marvel's mystical heroes begins with Damnation #1 The Sorcerer Supreme is attempting to make up for the damage suffered by Las Vegas from the events of Secret Empire (there is no escaping this story), and it brings[...]
What Happens In Vegas… Will Be In Doctor Strange: Damnation By Nick Spencer, Donny Cates, And Rod Reis
Well, now we have the answer, at least for five issues: a new Doctor Strange mini along with Donny Cates and artist Rod Reis, called Doctor Strange: Damnation Doctor Strange heads to Sin City in the comic in an attempt to deal with the damage caused by Secret Empire, though honestly, we think it's going[...]