Doctor Strange in Strange Tales #110-146 By Stan Lee & Steve Ditko Complete
45 CBR's in RAR | Marvel Comics | Published July 1963 - July 1966 | 164.95 MB
, that fictional Master of the Mystic Arts and later Sorcerer Supreme of the Marvel Omniverse, first appeared in Marvel's science-fiction/fantasy/suspense comic book anthology series in July 1963 as a creation of comic book legends Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. At that time Strange Tales already began featuring Marvel's Silver Age superheroes along with its sci-fi/suspense stories as backup and the first superhero regularly featured was the Human Torch of the Fantastic Four, Johnny Storm. When Doctor Strange appeared, became a "split book" format, and Doctor Strange shared billing with the Human Torch until until issue (July 1965), and then super spy Nick Fury until issue (May 1968). Strange appeared in , skipped two issues then returned in before his eight-page origin story appeared in (Dec. 1963), continuously in 9-10 page features until ; the following month Doctor Strange's adventures continued in the new full-length (the numbering from Strange Tales was just continued). In all these, I believe the Stan Lee-Steve-Ditko collaboration from through to be the best and the most original, especially with Steve Ditko's fantastic, surreal backgrounds and landscapes. All of Doctor Strange's feature appearances as handled by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko are included in this compilation, complete.