That was not always the case according to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige who confessed in an interview with Rolling Stone that Stephen Strange himself, played by Benedict Cumberbatch actually shot his cameo that tied to the direct plot of the series before it ended up in the cutting room floor. Image courtesy of Marvel Studios Why[...]
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Joining him will be his latest Marvel Cinematic Universe stepdad Benedict Cumberbatch reprising his role as Doctor Stephen Strange, who will take over the "mentorship" role established originally by Robert Downey Jr's Tony Stark/Iron Man in 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming. MJ (Zendaya) catches a ride from Spider-Man (Tom Holland) in "Spider-Man: Far From Home." (Photo: JOJO WHILDEN) Catching[...]
Stephen Strange is a very flawed hero, and this comic highlights that in an interesting and kinda gutsy manner. It's still good, but it could have been so much better if it were just told beginning-middle-end instead of the unnecessary scrambling with which we were presented. Doctor Strange #4 art by Jesus Saiz Jesus Saiz one again fires[...]
They are successful to a point, but Stephen Strange is far from being the Master of the Mystic Arts again Against all odds, this search leads them to a world inhabited by Skrull refugees It is here that Stephen and Kanna find an old Avengers foe and an immensely powerful item. Doctor Strange #3 cover by[...]
Doctor Strange has been enslaved by the race of the alien world. He gets a cellmate, and she may have some ideas for escape. Is it a good read?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] We are shown a previous showdown between Doctor Strange and an other-dimensional elder god before jumping to the present, where Stephen Strange's connection to the magic of the world has begun to gradually fade It is gone completely before long, and he must either face life without magic or find a means of remedying[...]
Doctor Strange is paid a visit from both the Amazing Spider-Man and Zelma Stanton at his now-defunct veterinary clinic. It's time for everyone to talk. Is it a good read?
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?
While some of the deliberate lack of repentance on the part of Stephen Strange and the lack of focus on the members of the Midnight Sons that aren't Wong and Strange does bother me, this final installment didn't really get on my nerves as much as the first. Don't get me wrong, this issue still has[...]
While it's difficult to shake the impression that this is all filler while the main story rides out in Damnation proper, this isn't a bad way to handle a filler story. Calling it filler actually feels unfair, as there is some character work being done with Stephen Strange in this comic, as Bats tries to shake[...]
The opening scenes have narration from Stephen Strange treating what he did like a whoopsie-daisy, Wong seems unwilling to admit that Strange messed this one up, and even Ghost Rider talks about how Doctor Strange has caused messes like this before. However, there is enough unique and enjoyable content in Damnation #2 to better offset the[...]
While the opening scene with Doctor Strange and the ghost of Bats had the right kind of charm to it, the sequence of Strange playing cards with Mephisto shows that Nick Spencer and Donny Cates may not know the kind of story they have constructed. Considering the horrific images shown in the last issue and the[...]
I generally love Stephen Strange, but he has caused even further torment to a city already suffering from a different superhero-caused catastrophe Mephisto even has a line about how the past actions of Marvel's heroes will almost certainly end up with them in Hell, and you can't help but believe him considering what Strange has[...]
Doctor Strange has been taken over by the Void, and it may be up to Loki of all people to save him from the demonic entity. Is it a good read?
In Doctor Strange #384, Doctor Strange takes the fight to Loki at last. With the power of the Yggdrasil, he is seemingly on equal footing with the new Sorcerer Supreme, but that could change. Is it a good read?