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Doctor Strange Vol 2 70


Doctor Strange Vol 2 70

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Synopsis for "Deadly Exchange"Edit

Doctor Strange's preparations for his infiltration of the Dark Dimension are interrupted when representatives of the U.S. Army come to him with a problem of various pieces of artillery being mysteriously swapped with primitive and monstrous equivalents in the blink of an eye. When Strange heads to the latest occurrence, he recognizes the spire that replaced a nuclear missile silo as belonging to the world of Kobar, whose warlord he had previously made swear off attacking the Earth.

Strange travels to Kobar and finds that the warlord Chaynn is using the wizard Tymon's magic to borrow Earth weaponry so that they can study and replicate it for their own purposes. When they put mind-controlled missile technicians to work on the stolen nuke, Strange attacks and the missile is knocked over in the ensuing battle. The warhead seems to go off, annihilating the kingdom and condemning the outskirts to a slower doom through the fallout, but it's revealed to be a vision provided by Doctor Strange. When Chaynn learns just what the weapons he wanted are capable of, he realizes how insane the inhabitants of Earth are and willingly returns everything, abandoning his plan.

  • This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for info.[1]

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