Strange (comic book)
- For Strange, the Doctor Strange related character, see Strangers (Marvel Comics)
|Strange: Beginnings & Endings|
|Publisher||Marvel Knights (Marvel Comics)|
|Publication date||November 2004 - April 2005|
|Number of issues||Six|
|Main character(s)||Doctor Strange
|Writer(s)||J. Michael Straczynski
Strange is a six-part American comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics under their Marvel Knights imprint. Written by J. Michael Straczynski and Samm Barnes, with artwork by Brandon Peterson, Strange is a re-imagining of Doctor Strange's origin.
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While in Tibet, a medical student named Stephen Strange meets a sickly, apparently mute young man named Wong. He later meets an old man while going to a monastery called "the Garden of Fountains", who asks him why he wants to become a doctor. Later, he hears the young man named Wong start talking after Stephen gives him a watch, hoping he will return later in life. Three years later, at his graduation party, one of Stephen's college professors who believes he would be more than a "medical profession's version of a pimp" is killed in an automobile incident. Three years after that, Stephen is working in plastic surgery in New York but is injured in a skiing accident.
Stephen loses the full ability to use his hands after the accident and starts looking for a surgeon who can fix his hands, but finds no one who can help.
- Strange (vol. 1) #1 (Nov. 2004)
- Strange (vol. 1) #2 (Dec. 2004)
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