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Doctor Strange Vol 2 13


Doctor Strange Vol 2 13

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Appearing in "Planet Earth Is No More!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Planet Earth Is No More!"Edit

Dr. Strange is the sole survivor of the destruction of the Earth. Seeking to try and appeal to Eternity to undo the destruction of the planet he travels into the Eye of Agamotto, but finds himself not in Eternity's realm but in the Dimension of Dreams. There he battles Nightmare and finds that Eternity has been held captive there and subject to Nightmares insanity as well.

Awakening Eternity, he tries to appeal the cosmic entity to bring back the Earth, however when Eternity refuses the Ancient One arrives and battles Eternity to a standstill. Having changed his mind, Eternity restores the Earth recreating the planet and rapidly speeding up it's evolution to the modern era before returning Dr. Strange to his home.

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