I hear there is a Doctor Strange movie opening in movie theaters near you in November. The big question is not whether you will see the movie, but will you get your own Doctor Strange to sit on your shelf bending the world around you.
The Last Days of Magic were just the beginning. In Doctor Strange #12, the Sorcerer Supreme kicks off a deadly new adventure against his greatest foes.
Recently, the original cover art for Strange Tales #164, featuring Doctor Strange, hit the auction block, and by the time the gavel fell the original art tied the record for another Doctor Strange cover.
Dice Masters is one of the more fun games I get to play on a regular basis. Unfortunately, I don’t have the time or the finances to buy a completely new set every other month. I think WizKids understands this with the introduction of Team Packs. The latest brings the Sorcerer Supreme to the game table.
It seems weird that as soon as two characters become a big deal in the media, suddenly they are thrust together in a MAJOR CROSSOVER EVENT. We’ve seen it with Deadpool and Spider-Man, and now Doctor Strange and Punisher will feature in Magic Bullets.
If you visit the Marvel booth at the San Diego Comic Con, you’ll get to see the costumes from the upcoming Doctor Strange movie. If you are not at Comic Con, you can take the jump to see the costumes from the upcoming flick.
Diamond Select Toys will be at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, and will bring Alice, Doctor Strange, The Muppets, and more!
While we anxiously await the next wave of LEGO Marvel Superhero sets, LEGO twists the knife a little harder by releasing the first images for the Doctor Strange Sanctum Sanctorum.
The Doctor Strange movie will be upon us sooner than we think, and the mere thought of the coming movie had me jump into the Internet looking for a cool piece of Doctor Strange art. I found a really nice one by Christopher Stevens.