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Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange (center, floating) at Bonjaxx's birthday party. (COMIC: The Incomplete Death's Head)

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Doctor Strange, or Dr Strange, (PROSE: Wonderland) once attended Bonjaxx's birthday party at Maruthea. (COMIC: The Incomplete Death's Head)

On 31 December 1999, a "thoughtful man" wearing a "voluminous blue cloak" was levitating in a brownstone in New York City. He cocked his head to listen to the warning screams of spirits. (PROSE: Millennial Rites)

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Dr Strange comics were drawn by Ditko. (PROSE: Wonderland)

David read Marvel comics and believed he had superpowers as a kid. He believed he could hex people with satanic bolts of light like Doctor Strange. (PROSE: Fanboys)

He also appeared as a character in the comic book The Defenders, as seen on a poster in Grant's bedroom. (TV: The Return of Doctor Mysterio)

Bill Potts was a fan of a film that involved astral projection titled Doctor Strange. (PROSE: The Shining Man, COMIC: The Soul Garden)

Behind the scenes[]

Doctor Strange/Doctor Who concept art by Lee Sullivan.

  • In 1991, Andrew Cartmel proposed a crossover between Doctor Strange and Doctor Who to Doctor Who Magazine editor John Freeman, called The Two Doctors. The plot Cartmel submitted involved a rock band that made a deal with a demon to become successful. Lee Sullivan made a piece of promotional art for the crossover with Doctor Strange, the Seventh Doctor, and Ace. Despite being a Doctor Who fan and liking the idea of the crossover, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Tom DeFalco decide not to proceed with the crossover following the reduced interest in Doctor Who caused by the BBC's then-recent "hiatus".[1]
  • Doctor Strange appears on a poster on Grant's wall. However, he is not identified by name.
  • Benedict Cumberbatch played Doctor Strange in the 2016 film, Doctor Strange, which Bill Potts refers to on two occasions in the DWU as a film she likes.

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