Appearing in "Eternity, Eternity!"Edit
- Tom Wolfe
- Moons of Munnopor (Mentioned)
- The deathless Vishanti (Mentioned)
- Winds of Watoomb (Mentioned)
- Oshtur (Mentioned)
- Shield of the Seraphim (Mentioned)
- Hoggoth (Mentioned)'s grim clan
- Valtorr (Mentioned)'s dread clime
Synopsis for "Eternity, Eternity!"Edit
Dr. Strange has a dream of Eternity, who tells him that he survived his battle against Dormammu, however when Strange approached, Eternity changes into Nightmare. Awakening from the dream, Wong informs Strange that it's New Years Eve. Taking Clea out to Times Square to count down to the New Year, things get weird when the clock strikes 12.
As the New Year passess, dinosaurs, barbarians and other beings from other times start appearing in Times Square and attack the crowd, prompting Dr. Strange to dawn his sorcerers guise, publicly revealing his true nature. Fighting these threats, Nightmare suddenly appears with Eternity as his prisoner. Nightmare challenges Dr. Strange, who naturally accepts, and Nightmare forewarns him that one misttep will lead to the death.
Appearing in "Doctor Strange: Master of the Mystic Arts"Edit
- Appearances not yet listed
Synopsis for "Doctor Strange: Master of the Mystic Arts"Edit
A one page pin-up
- This issue features a pin-up by Gene Colan of Dr. Strange, Clea, Victoria Bentley, Wong, Nightmare, Satannish, Asmodeus, and the Ancient One.
- Tom Wolfe is a real-life noted American author.
- The cover image of Eternity was originally drawn by Steve Ditko and presented in Strange Tales #146, page 5. The cover also contains a "photo" image of New York City. This concept was somewhat common during this time period. Here is another example.
- This issue does not have a letters page. The Gene Colan pin-up apparently taking up its usual space.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Tom Wolfe: Wikipedia 
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