Strange (comic book)

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For Strange, the Doctor Strange related character, see Strangers (Marvel Comics)
Strange: Beginnings & Endings
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Publication information
Publisher Marvel Knights (Marvel Comics)
Schedule Monthly
Format mini-series
Genre
Publication date November 2004 - April 2005
Number of issues Six
Main character(s) Doctor Strange
Wong Strange
Ancient One
Clea
Baron Mordo
Dormammu
Creative team
Writer(s) J. Michael Straczynski
Samm Barnes
Artist(s) Brandon Peterson
Colorist(s) Justin Ponsor

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.

Synopsis[edit]

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.[1]

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.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Strange (vol. 1) #1 (Nov. 2004)
  2. ^ Strange (vol. 1) #2 (Dec. 2004)

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