Like any great medium, comics has a give-and-take relationship with the zeitgeist. Comics can shape fashion, culture, and even politics -- but the industry is always changed by those things as well. Sometimes that
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If you’ve never read Doctor Strange and Doctor Doom: Triumph and Torment, it’s doubtful that you’re in some peculiar minority that has its own scholarship or anything. The book was released as an original graphic novel in 1989 and has only been in print sporadically since then, so it’s not hard to believe that so many have never come across it. But among a certain subset of fans, it's maintained a reputation as something of a forgotten classic, a rare treasure that savvy readers should excavate. This week it got a lot easier: Marvel released a new paperback edition of the 80-page story, along with a handful of related stories. So how does it hold up?
Better get ready to polish of your Eye of Agamotto, because it looks like Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange, is officially joining Ant-Man on his way to the big screen.With Marvel's Phase Two currently underway with Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, it's no surprise that the movie arm of The House of Ideas is already forging ahead on its next set of films.
In a recent interview wi
Earlier this summer, Marvel Comics introduced its Season One books, a new line of original graphic novels aimed at retelling the origin stories of familiar Marvel Comics characters for new readers while staying faithful to their established history. Today, Marvel announced exclusively to ComicsAlliance that Doctor Strange will star in a new Season One graphic no
On sale next week in comics shops everywhere and in the Marvel Comics app is Defenders #1, beginning a brand new ongoing series by Matt Fraction (Invincible Iron Man, Casanova) and Terry Dodson (Uncanny X-Men). Starring fan-favorite Marvel heroes like Doctor Strange, Namor, Iron Fist, S
Welcome to CATV, where Let's Be Friends Again creators Curt Franklin and Chris Haley examine the world of comics through the eyes of prime-time television, and imagines what further horrors or delights might come from this unholy marriage. Today's installment:Strange, M.D.
Stephen Strange was the wo