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Credit: Marvel Comics The Hulk has caused great concern for Doctor Strange, and the most powerful heroes of the Marvel Universe after an incident in El Paso led to fatalities Bruce Banner has put his mind to a solution for this, and … well, it's different As revealed in this issue, he plans to make sure[...]
Cover image for Death of Doctor Strange: Blade #1
Check out a preview of Death of Doctor Strange: Blade #1 below. Death of Doctor Strange: Blade #1 MARVEL COMICS OCT210866 (W) Danny Lore (A) Dylan Burnett (CA) Bosslogic A long time ago, Doctor Strange destroyed every vampire in the world with one spell, including Dracula.Now, with Strange dead, Dracula's Vampire Nation celebrates! That doesn't sit too well with Strange's old[...]
Strange Tales #115 (Marvel, 1963)
Of all the early Silver Age Marvel characters, Doctor Strange might be the one that succeeded despite Marvel's expectations.  Stan Lee told fanzine publisher Jerry Bails in 1963, "The first story is nothing great, but perhaps we can make something of him– 'twas Steve's idea and I figured we'd give it a chance, although again,[...]
Cover image for Death of Doctor Strange #3
Just like mom used to make them! Doctor Strange is performing his own autopsy in this preview of Death of Doctor Strange #3, in stores Wednesday from Marvel Comics, alongside Jane Foster, because that's how meaningless death in the Marvel Universe has become Recently, Marvel teased that the time-displaced Doctor Strange variant in this comic[...]
Marvel has teased a new Sorceror Supreme to take over the role after the Death of Doctor Strange… but could it be the same old Sorceror Supreme?! "Coming in March, the aftermath of DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE leads into a new ongoing series starring the new Sorcerer Supreme… Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more[...]
The Death Of Doctor Strange: Avengers #1 Review: Well Done
Wonderfully weaving unexplored corners of previous storylines with a very clever story conceit, Death of Doctor Strange: Avengers #1 binds together so many different energies while giving its characters a rare chance to come to an understanding that's not at the edge of their fists. Death of Doctor Strange: Avengers #1 Cover Credit: Marvel Comics Starting at[...]
Frank Brunner Original Cover Art To Doctor Strange #1, Up For Auction
Steve Ditko created the character of Doctor Strange, co-written by Stan Lee and appearing in Marvel Comics' Strange Tales from 1963 as a shared feature alongside The Human Torch, before the comic renamed itself as Doctor Strange There were plans for Doctor Strange to share a comic with Iceman in the early seventies, before taking[...]
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The full original artwork for a ten-page Doctor Strange comic by Stan Lee and Marie Severin is at auction from Heritage Auctions Marie Severin was the most prominent woman artist at Marvel Comics at the time,n and this story comes from Strange Tales, the series that Doctor Strange, from 1967, fighting a constant threat to[...]
Michael Waldron Colaborates With Sam Raimi on Doctor Strange 2
Doctor Strange might currently be one of the most popular (and recurring) characters in the MCU, but that doesn't mean that Benedict Cumberbatch doesn't have his own concerns about the pressures of a sequel. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Logo Credit: Marvel Studios Sequels used to bring nerves from fans, filmmakers, and its stars, but[...]
Today, Two Marvel Characters Return From The Dead Missing Memories
Welcome to The Trial Of Magneto #3 and The Death of Doctor Strange #2 Oh, spoilers. The Trial Of Magneto #3 The Scarlet Witch, Bleeding Cool had basically predicted We stated that, even though she was not a mutant, Cerebro had been tricked into backing her up in the Battlestar Galactica-like memory bank of mutant souls and[...]
Cover image for DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE #2 (OF 5)
Death of Doctor Strange #2 is in stores from Marvel next week, shockingly killing off a popular character in an eponymously-named mini-series, which as we all know is one of Joe Quesada's 22 Cheap Sales-Boosting Gimmicks That Always Work But for a guy who is supposed to be shockingly killed off, the titular Doctor is[...]
Solicits for Death of Doctor Strange Finale and Bloodstone Tie-In
Who killed Doctor Strange? Well, besides an editorial mandate to sell more comics by shockingly killing off a popular character in an event shockingly named for shockingly killing off said popular character? Shockingly killing off a popular character in an eponymous event comic is one of Joe Quesada's 22 Cheap Sales-Boosting Gimmicks That Always Work,[...]
Marvel Blocks Reclaiming Spider-Man, Doctor Strange Copyrights
Yesterday, word came down that the estate of Spider-Man and Doctor Strange co-creator Steve Ditko had filed copyright termination notices over the first appearances of those characters in Amazing Fantasy #15 and Strange Tales #110.  Today, according to Variety, and THR, Marvel has filed lawsuits in response to these and numerous additional termination notices filed[...]
PrintWatch: The Third Printing You Love In The Dark, And More
PrintWatch: Marvel Comics has a bunch of new second printings, for Shang-Chi #3 and #4, the Death Of Doctor Strange #1, Kang The Conqueror #2 and Moon Knight#3,  the Shang-Chi issues coming to stores for the 20th of Octobver, the others probably for the 27th of October. PrintWatch: Image Comics is seeing Primordial #1 by Jeff[...]
Marvel Could Lose Copyright Over Spider-Man And Doctor Strange
On the 26th of August, Patrick S Ditko, the brother of the late Steve Ditko and administrator of his estate, registered two notices of copyright termination against Marvel Entertainment for the first appearances of Doctor Strange and Spider-Man in comic books. Doctor Strange Master of Black Magic! published in Strange Tales Vol 1, No 110 /[...]