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Quote1 Once you give up trying to understand, you can start becoming comfortable with not knowing. And then your mind will open to greater possibilities. Quote2
-- Wong

Appearing in the 1st StoryEdit

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BEFORE HE WAS THE SORCERER SUPREME… STRANGE MASTERED THE MYSTIC ARTS!

• A master of delicate surgery, DR. STEPHEN STRANGE had no equal… until a freak accident shattered his hands!

• Now a student of the MYSTIC ARTS, Strange must find a way to master his magical assignment… or throw in his cape and robes for good!

• Don’t miss this all-new story, as Strange finds that the road to Sorcerer Supreme can be a real pain in the… astral form!

• ALSO: reprinting the original first appearance and origin stories of Doctor Strange from STRANGE TALES #110 and #115!

Appearing in "The Origin of Dr. Strange"Edit

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Strange Tales #115.

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Synopsis for "The Origin of Dr. Strange"Edit

This story is reprinted from Strange Tales #115.

Doctor Stephen Strange is a famous surgeon who works only for money, not caring for his patients nor interested in medical research. An auto accident damages the nerves in his hands severely and he can never perform an operation again. The proud Strange refuses to work for others and ends up on the street. He learns about the healing powers of the Ancient One and travels to his sanctuary in India. The Ancient One refuses to heal Strange because of his selfish motives, but sudden snow forces Strange to remain in the sanctuary until the snow thaws. Here he witnesses the Ancient One's pupil, Baron Mordo, launch magical attacks upon his master. Mordo casts a spell upon Strange to stop him from warning the Ancient One of the attacks' origins. Strange, therefore, resolves to learn the secrets of black magics to defeat Mordo himself. The Ancient One accepts Strange as his disciple and dispels Mordo's spell, which he had known about all along.

Appearing in "Doctor Strange Master of Black Magic!"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #110.

For a full synopsis, please see the comic linked in this message box. Any new or updated information can and should be added to this page. Otherwise, the majority of the information contained on this page is similar to that of the comic linked in this message box.

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Synopsis for "Doctor Strange Master of Black Magic!"Edit

This story is reprinted from Strange Tales #110.

A man tormented by nightmares comes to Dr. Strange to seek aid. Dr. Strange promises to help. He travels in spirit form to his old master who lives in a remote mountain temple in Asia. The master tells Strange to depend on his magic amulet if danger threatens. Back in his mortal form Strange visits the man he has promised to help. When the man falls asleep Dr. Strange enters his dream in spiritual form. Inside the dream Strange is met by a figure bound in chains who presents himself as Mr. Crang. Then another form appears, Nightmare, Strange's ancient foe. Meanwhile the dreaming man awakes. He realizes the dreams are caused by all the men he has ruined. He grabs a gun to shoot Dr. Strange who is kept from reuniting with his mortal form by Nightmare. Dr. Strange uses his amulet to call upon his master who places a hypnotic spell on the man. Dr. Strange slips out of the dream dimension to grab the gun before removing the hypnotic spell. The man confesses his crimes.


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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
  2. TMAO (6 November 2016). Just to confirm, is the story you wrote for Doctor Strange: Mystic Apprentice #1 set in the MCU?. Retrieved on 4 April 2017.



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