Marvel Comics “Doctor Strange,” a new ongoing series from writer Jed MacKay and artist Pasqual Ferry, will debut in March 2023. In the series, the character’s terrifying demise in the Death of Doctor Strange and Clea’s time as Sorcerer Supreme in STRANGE have inspired an all-new ongoing series for Stephen Strange, in which he’ll resume his duties as Marvel’s Master of the Mystic Arts! Check out the cover below.
According to Marvel Comics, the plot follows “harkens back to the iconic hero’s psychedelic and otherworldly storytelling, taking readers to places only Strange would dare to go and introducing enemies only he could hope to defeat, including a brand-new threat that Strange shares a personal connection with. In honor of this new saga, Doctor Strange will be donning a revamped costume designed by the legendary Alex Ross, who will also be gracing the series with breathtaking covers!”
Stephen Strange is back! Reunited with Clea and Wong, it’s back to business as usual for the Sorcerer Supreme. Have your children fallen into a deep nightmarish slumber? Are demonic refugees invading your home? Is your husband possessed by a satanic entity? Then call Doctor Strange! However, when someone else begins to exact their own dark justice on Strange’s most powerful adversaries, Strange embarks on an interdimensional search for answers, only to discover that the culprit may be closer to home than he thinks…
In a statement, Writer Jed MacKay told “After DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE, after STRANGE, we open the next act in our ongoing saga of the Sorcerer Supreme in DOCTOR STRANGE #1!” MacKay added, “It’s been really exciting to have the opportunity to not only continue exploring the magical side of the Marvel Universe with the inhabitants of 177A Bleecker Street, but to follow the lives of the Stranges as the last year and a half has put them through the wringer. Pasqual has been putting together a truly magical book, and I’m super psyched to show people what’s in store for Stephen and Clea Strange—and of course, we won’t be giving them any time off after recent events…”