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Dr. Strange

Author: Stan LeeSteve DitkoTerry SzenicsArtie SimekSam RosenAll authors
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, [1979] ©1979
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Scarier than a swarm of sorcerers ... spookier than shades of the shadowy Seraphim ... it's the spellbinding saga of Dr. Strange, told through the most sensational stories of his supernatural career. From his first meeting with the murderous Baron Mordo, to his second encounter with the naughty, nefarious Nightmare, right though the stupendous spectrum of spine-tingling spats with the likes of Loki and Dormammu -  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Superhero comics
Paranormal comics
Graphic novels
Comics (Graphic works)
Comic books, strips, etc
Superhero comic books, strips, etc
Named Person: Stephen Strange, (Fictitious character); Stephen Strange, (Fictitious character)
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stan Lee; Steve Ditko; Terry Szenics; Artie Simek; Sam Rosen; George Roussos; Barry Windsor-Smith; Dan Adkins; John Costanza
ISBN: 0671252062 9780671252069 0671248146 9780671248147
OCLC Number: 5170926
Notes: A Fireside book
Description: 127 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Preface / Stan Lee --
Face to face with the magic of Baron Mordo (Strange Tales no. 111, August 1963) / story, Stan Lee ; art, Steve Ditko ; lettering, Terry Szenics --
Return to the nightmare world (Strange Tales no. 116, January 1964) / written by Stan Lee ; illustrated by Steve Ditko ; lettered by Art Simek --
Beyond the purple veil (Strange Tales no. 119, April 1964) / story conjured up by Stan Lee ; illustrated by the strange sorcery of Steve Ditko ; lettered at midnight by Art Simek --
The house of shadows (Strange Tales no. 120, May 1964) / written at midnight by Stan Lee ; drawn by candlelight by Steve Ditko ; lettered at twilight by S. Rosen --
The challenge of Loki (Strange Tales no. 123, August 1964) / written by Stan "Miracle Man" Lee ; illustrated by Steve "Marvel Man" Ditko ; inked by George "Mystical Man" Bell ; lettered by Art "Magical Man" Simek --
The hunter and the hunted (Strange Tales no. 131, April 1965) / written in a Stygian swampland by Stan Lee ; drawn in a dismal dungeon by Steve Ditko ; lettered in a conjurer's castle by Artie Simek --
Face to face at last with Baron Mordo (Strange Tales no. 132, May 1965) / though there be many writers, none but Stan Lee could have penned this tale ; though there be many artists, none but Steve Ditko could have drawn this tale ; though there be many letterers, none but Artie Simek was available when we needed him --
A nameless land, a timeless time (Strange Tales no. 133, June 1965) / strange is this script by Stan Lee ; awesome is this art by Steve Ditko ; lilting is this lettering by S. Rosen --
The wondrous world of Dr. Strange (The Amazing Spider-Man Annual no. 2, September 1965) / written and edited by the toast of Marvel Stan Lee ; plotted and drawn by the boast of Marvel Steve Ditko ; lettered and bordered by the ghost of Marvel Sam Rosen --
While the world spins mad (Marvel Premiere no. 3, July 1972) / spellbinding scenario by Stan Lee ; phantasmagoric plot & pencilling by Barry Smith ; embellishment by Dan Adkins ; lettering by John Costanza --
Epilogue / Stan Lee.
Other Titles: Doctor Strange master of the mystic arts
Responsibility: by Stan Lee.

Abstract:

Scarier than a swarm of sorcerers ... spookier than shades of the shadowy Seraphim ... it's the spellbinding saga of Dr. Strange, told through the most sensational stories of his supernatural career. From his first meeting with the murderous Baron Mordo, to his second encounter with the naughty, nefarious Nightmare, right though the stupendous spectrum of spine-tingling spats with the likes of Loki and Dormammu - it's all recorded in full color in this triumphant tome. Filled with magic and mystery, the dauntless Doc takes us on a tour of the Purple Dimension, the Orient - and lots of other places you've seen only in your nightmares. And while on a rampage against some of comicdom's most unrelenting rottens, our own master of magic teams up with another superhero who has his own staggering series ... Spider-Man! You can bet the bad Baron was impressed - and you will be, too, with this classic collection for comic lovers.

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