Appearing in "Switch Witch"Edit
- Xandu's dimension
- New York City
Synopsis for "Switch Witch"Edit
Xandu recovers the Wand of Watoomb, uses it to revive Melinda's body minus her soul, then abducts the Scarlet Witch so that her soul can fill the void. With Wanda's body now a soulless servant, Xandu has her draw Spider-Man into his dimension so his death can serve as the entertainment for his wedding to Melinda/Wanda. Without her powers in Melinda's body, Wanda is unable to fight back, but then the soul of Melinda appears and returns her to her own body. Melinda pleads with Xandu that his methods aren't right and that if he wishes to be with her, he should join her in the afterlife, but Xandu doesn't trust her, believing that she wants revenge for him killing her. Melinda, Wanda, and Spider-Man then escape to their own dimension, leaving Xandu to face the spirits of death that Melinda's resurrection robbed.
Appearing in "The Showdown!"Edit
- Ian McNee (First appearance)
Synopsis for "The Showdown!"Edit
A young magician named Ian McNee pays a visit to the Sanctum Sanctorum to challenge Doctor Strange for the title of Sorceror Supreme. Rather than face him directly, Strange lures McNee into an illusion where he accidentally kills Strange to usurp the mantle of Sorceror Supreme and is then immediately beset by countless other challengers that he must all kill as well. When McNee realizes that being Supreme isn't all it's cracked up to be, Strange releases the illusion and sends him on his way.
Appearing in "Editori-Al"Edit
Synopsis for "Editori-Al"Edit
Al Milgrom takes to the drawing board to demonstrate some panel framing.
- In sequence 1 Switch Witch plot by Barr and Plunkett, script by Barr.
- No trivia.
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