The Sorcerer Supreme is coming back, with the same director at the helm.
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One of the biggest messes that still remains from the bleak fallout of Secret Empire is actually one of the event's first shocking moments: The complete destruction of the city of Las Vegas, on Stevil Rogers' orders. Now, Stephen Strange wants to try and fix it... but he only manages to make things much worse.
177a Bleecker Street has a new occupant: Loki Laufeyson, the God of Mischief. It's a wild change for Marvel's Doctor Strange series, and one you'd think the heroes of the Marvel universe would immediately see as something to be corrected and dealt with. Some do, but surprisingly, certain other characters are fine with where Loki is.
We're inundated with comic book movies and TV shows these days. But for a decade now, we've been in the age of the "practical" hero look. And that was fine in the beginning, when everyone was worried about getting regular people to take this genre seriously. But we are far past that point now, and there are some things we demand to see.
The boarding school is a staple of young adult literature, mainly because adventures are much easier to find when parents are nowhere to be found. Plus, all the emotion of being away from home and having to negotiate a while new environment is baked into the set-up. And you can have your protagonists together 24/7. Well, Tilda Swinton isn't having it.
Doctor Strange is, inherently, an incredibly weird comic character. It's in his name! Over the years the master of the mystic arts has gone on some truly bizarre adventures, both with brain-bending locations and mind-blowing scenarios. Here's some of the weirdest from the good Doctor's long, strange trip.
The Avengers. The Defenders. The X-Men. The Inhumans. The list of Marvel's mightiest teams goes on and on, collections of the finest heroes in the universe. Stephen Strange just beat all of them by starting his own magical team featuring one of the most influential scientists in history and a straight-up fictional wizard.