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Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: Comics That Inspired the Film


So here are a few comicsyou can look to keep riding on this Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness wave. And this even without taking into account the strong influence of the most famous X-Men story of all The Dark Phoenix Sagain an equation that definitely has echoes of Wanda’s fall in this film.

Darkhold Hill

Like Moon Knight, Darkhold was featured in the story of the Werewolves of the Night. Being a powerful muffin, Darkhold was rarely interesting enough to carry his own story. Instead, he played an important role in various minor Marvel stories involving such as Strange, The Avengers and Thor.

Instead of getting processed by Infinity Gauntlet, where a huge event related to its threat takes place, Darkhold instead has one volume that collects various classic stories that are related to its existence. From the wizard Mordred, who uses it to ruin the Scarlet Witch, to the fight with Dr. Strange Draculathese tales go everywhere.

Darker scarlet

While it’s not the first time Wanda has allowed the darker elements of her face to capture, it is The Avengers of the West Coast the story is perhaps the most infamous. As we have seen elsewhere, this was the first time Wanda was confronted with the reality that her children were not real, and thus turned life into hell for everyone around her. However, this is a particularly unpleasant version of the story, so feel free to skip this one.

The Avengers are dismantled

A story of 2004 The Avengers are dismantled Brian Michael Bendis and David Finch began a long series of major events that overtook the Marvel Universe when Bendis wrote various comics about The Avengers as the backbone of the campaign. This story told of how the classic iteration of the Avengers came to an end because of a ruined team and a damaged reputation.

What threat does the team face? I don’t even know where to start! For hours the Avengers seem to be haunted from unexplained, difficult and even accidental situations. Sudden Cree invasions, Ultron’s attacks, Jana-Hulk having lost his mind and rage, Tony Stark, despite years of sobriety, plays drunken visits to the UN, and so on.

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