Best MCU Comics With Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness

Dr. Stephen Strange was origin in 2016, since then he has held one of the more consistent supporting roles in the Marvel Universe.

Here are Doctor Strange comics in the order you can read as Strange’s official movie sequel, Multiverse of Madness recently relesed.

“Search for Eternity” (Strange Tales #130-146, 1965 – 1966): Although he’s credited as the writer of Doctor Strange’s first stories, Stan Lee only provided added dialogue.

“The Day of the Defenders!” (Marvel Feature #1, 1971): The Defenders including Doctor Strange, Hulk, Namor, and the Silver Surfer remains the most potent.

“Sise-Neg Genesis” (Marvel Premiere #14, 1973): Doctor Strange became the hero of choice among hippies of the 1960s. 

Doctor Strange and Doctor Doom: Triumph and Torment (1989): Strange must accompany runner-up Doctor Doom on a mission to rescue the latter’s mother from her imprisonment in Hell.

Doctor Strange: Strange Origin (2011): Where Benedict Cumberbatch plays Strange as an arrogant jerk but the comic book Strange is more sincere, making stark observations instead of snappy one-liners. 

“The Agamotto Gambit,” New Avengers #14 (2014): Marvel decided to embrace the concept for its 2015 mega-crossover Secret Wars, Stephen Strange was right in the middle.

“The Way of the Weird,” Doctor Strange (2015):  Aaron and Bachalo give us a truly strange Doctor Strange with grabing a mystical ax than have philosophical conversations.