The Top 8 Doctor Strange Stories

Posted on Monday, August 21, 2023
Written by Charlie Saltalamaccio

Hey there, fellow mystics and believers in the unbelievable! It's me, the guy who's got more quips than a spellbook has incantations – Charlie Saltalamaccio, here to give you the scoop on the one, the only, the Sorcerer Supreme himself, Doctor Strange. Get ready to dive into a world where portals are as common as pizzas and reality-bending is the new cardio.

Imagine a world where a dude named Stephen Strange trades his scalpel for sorcery and his bedside manner for banter. Now you're in the realm of Doctor Strange, a guy who faces cosmic horrors with the attitude of a guy facing a Monday morning.

1) Doctor Strange: Strange Tales #110 - 1st Appearance of Doctor Strange! (1963)

Step back in time to witness the debut of the good doctor himself! This is where it all began, folks. Strange Tales #110 introduced us to the world of magic, mind-bending dimensions, and a goatee that can only be described as "magically stylish."

2) Doctor Strange: Death Doctor Strange (2021)

What's life without a bit of death, right? Doctor Strange grapples with the finality of, well, death. It's like a superhero comic, but with an existential twist that'll have you questioning the universe's WiFi connection.

3) Doctor Strange: Master of Mystic Arts - Fireside (1979)

Imagine Doctor Strange taking a break from saving the world to write a self-help book. Well, that's exactly what happens in this Fireside series. It's like Chicken Soup for the Sorcerer's Soul, sprinkled with magical advice and a pinch of dimension-hopping.

4) Doctor Strange: The Sorcerers Supreme (2016)

What do you get when you gather multiple versions of Doctor Strange from different timelines? Chaos, camaraderie, and a whole lot of sassy sorcery. It's like a magical support group, but with more spell-slinging and fewer hugs.

5) Doctor Strange & Nick Fury: Strange Tales #146 (1966)

Guess who's dropping by for a team-up? None other than Nick Fury, because even secret agents need a little magic in their lives. Picture a buddy cop movie where one buddy can alter the fabric of reality – yeah, it's that awesome.

6) Doctor Strange & Punisher: Magic Bullets (2017)

Punisher meets the Sorcerer Supreme in a tale that's like mixing chili peppers with chocolate – unexpectedly awesome. It's a collision of the gritty and the magical, and trust me, it's a wild ride with more surprises than a rabbit pulled from a hat.

7) Doctor Strange: Strange Tales #133 (1965)

Wait, we're rewinding the clock even further? That's right, Strange Tales #133 takes us back to the early days of Doctor Strange's appearances. It's like a blast from the past, complete with mystical artifacts and a dash of vintage charm.

8) Doctor Strange: Strange (2004)

Last but not least, let's talk about a series that's all about the strange. Doctor Strange faces off against cosmic horrors, magical foes, and probably a parking ticket or two from alternate dimensions. It's like a journey into the weird and wonderful, guided by our snarky, spell-slinging hero.

There you have it, believers in the bizarre! The top 8 Doctor Strange storylines that'll teleport you from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Remember, Doctor Strange isn't just a hero; he's a guardian of realms, a quipster of the mystical, and a guy who can rock a cape like nobody's business. So grab your amulets, your astral projection guides, and get ready for a cosmic adventure that's part magic, part humor, and all kinds of epic. Stay mystified, my friends!

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Charlie Saltalamaccio

Charlie was born and raised in Brooklyn and is a die-hard comic book fan. The crown jewel of his collection is his Amazing Fantasy #15, and he thinks 1986's Howard the Duck is still a grossly underrated movie to this day.

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