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Appearing in "A Separate Reality"Edit
- Defenders (Illusion)
- Spider-Man (Illusion)
- Nick Fury (Illusion)
- Iron Man (Illusion)
- Ant-Man (Illusion)
- Black Panther (Illusion)
- Aragorn (Illusion)
- Catterpillar (Only in flashback)
- Hoary Hosts of Hoggoth (Mentioned)
- Vipers of Valtorr (Mentioned)
- Eternal Vishanti (Mentioned)
- Silver Dagger's lair (in #5, revealed to be abandoned subway station in 19th street)
- Orb of Agamotto
Synopsis for "A Separate Reality"Edit
While Silver Dagger becomes aware that Dr. Strange still lives, Strange himself travels deeper into the Orb of Agamotto in hopes of finding it's center. Along the way he is attacked by a giant soul stealing creature. Saved by an entity appearing as the Silver Surfer, Strange also gets the "Surfers" aid in freeing the other souls trapped inside the creature. Realizing his physical body is missing, Strange is taken to a castle where he finds his body among a bunch of beings resembling the Defenders and other allies of Dr. Strange.
When the Queen who appears as Valkyrie arrives, Strange is offered to stay for tea, however he refuses and the heroes attack. Strange fights them off until the queen stops the fight and tells him that he has a choice between life or death as a way out of the Orb. Choosing life, Strange takes a illusionary Aragorn to fly to the center of the Orb.
- Cover art: pencils, inks and colours by Brunner.
- Plot by Englehart and Brunner, script by Englehart.
- Colours by Frank Brunner and Jan Brunner (uncredited).
- In a two page spread which shows the illusionary Defenders having tea together Hawkeye is calling someone passed out under the table a "pantywaist", those with a keen eye will note that the hand coming up from the table is wearing a Green Lantern power ring.
- In the same pages is a red suited guy who is passed out and has web in the face by Spider-Man, who refers him as "Captain". This is Captain Midnight of Fawcett Comics which originally started as a radio show in the 1930-1940s.
- No trivia.
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