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I had never been a fan of Dr Strange before. Then he lost his Sorcerer Supreme title and this series began. I tough OK I'll read this. I was so surprised by how good this was. And now on to the issue: 1) Good art, that brought out the "magic" of the issue. 2) A very good side cast, especially Dr Strange's apparent new student Casey 3) Amazing dialog, really brought out the individuality of the cast. Rating: 4,5 of 5 PS. Don't expect to see Dr Strange a lot in this issue. ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Very exciting stuff! "Strange" tells the story of Dr. Strange coping with the loss of his control over the arcane arts. That premise alone sounded interesting enough for me to pick up this book, but I have been delightfully surprised to find a warm tale of fantasy and wonder. Waid has essentially given us a new doorway into the world of magic in the Marvel U. Readers new to the exploits of Stephen Strange (like myself) will instantly relate to Casey Kinmont, who is unexpectedly thrown onto Dr...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Here we have issue 2 of Strange. For those who don't know Stephen Strange is the former Sorcerer Supreme. Now as I am just getting into comics I do not know what all caused his fall from the position. Now I do know he is having to come to grips with his decline and lack of power that he apparently took for granted. Now Strange seem to be on the level of a Las Vegas stage magician. He only has the most basic of spells, some of which he still cant perform on his own, and even then have a short sh...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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