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Doctor Strange: Season One - Greg Pak, Emma Rios
Doctor Strange: Season One
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A window-crashing, high-flying, globe-traveling, ghost-battling adventure from the earliest days of Doctor Strange's training in the mystic arts! Part Indiana Jones, part Lord of the Rings, thrill to this new tale of how a selfish, arrogant surgeon collided with a hot-headed martial artist to... show more
A window-crashing, high-flying, globe-traveling, ghost-battling adventure from the earliest days of Doctor Strange's training in the mystic arts! Part Indiana Jones, part Lord of the Rings, thrill to this new tale of how a selfish, arrogant surgeon collided with a hot-headed martial artist to become the greatest team the mystic arts have ever seen! If only they can stop hitting each other and figure out how all this magic stuff works anyway. Also featuring DEFENDERS (2012) #1, by Matt Fraction and Terry Dodson.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780785163879 (0785163875)
Publisher: Marvel
Pages no: 136
Edition language: English
Series: Doctor Strange Marvel Comics
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TheTick
TheTick rated it
4.0 Doctor Strange: Season One
Solid intro to Doctor Strange's world if you don't want to go back and dig up a bunch of antiquated comics from 40 years ago. Follow it up with new series and you are good to go.
bloodviolet
bloodviolet rated it
4.0 Doctor Strange: Season One
Nice telling of the Doctor Strange origin. I liked the art but it probably would have been better for me with just a tad more color variation. Some of the images were sort of hard to make out without just staring at it and staring at it because the colors were so close together. Like those images ...
K.
K. rated it
This is a modern retelling of Stephen's origins for the new reader (thanks in part to Marvel rolling out their Marvel NOW! program). I loved it. I think it did a fair job in showing the evolution of his character and emergence of his moral code, though the abruptness of Mordo's introduction through ...
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