If you are more of an architecture person even when it comes to Marvel comics and Marvel Cinematic Universe, then here’s the perfect, possibly iconic in the modern sense, architecture that will soon join your Avengers Tower and Daily Bugle buildings. Folks, this is the LEGO Marvel Sanctum Sanctorum (76218), Doctor Strange‘s habitat.
Never mind if people said that Doctor Strange’s trippy reality-bending visuals aka the building-bending scenes are, cinematically speaking, “rip-off” of Christopher Nolan’s Inception because it is not quite. It is more than just architecture bending; it is the entire reality that got bent and because it made a return in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The teaser of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, may have intrigued you, confused you, or both. Now be prepared to be even more intrigued or confused by it with the first official trailer.
Spider-Man: No Way Home formerly introduced the concept of the multiverse into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and soon, this aspect will be further expanded on with the second Doctor Strange movie, aptly called Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Apparently, in a concept art revealed in a 2019 book, The Art of Avengers: Endgame (not sure if is this book here), Tony Stark sends his nano suit onto Doctor Strange to enable him to escape the Ebony Maw’s torture needles. The result was Doc in an Iron Man suit.
There is only one Eye of Agamotto and only a Sorcerer Supreme can possess it and utilize its power. Well, that’s only true in Marvel Cinematic Universe and not in our world. In this world, Sorcerer Supreme you need not to be to own the most power talisman because, Hasbro is more than happy to …
Though it has its funny moments, the silver screen version of Doctor Strange is anything but kawaii (cute) and while some comic/movie collectible makers would rush to create movie-accurate action figures of the Sorcerer Supreme, Beast Kingdom chose to dish out the cuter version under the brand’s Egg Attack series. So, yes. Strange can be …