Did Marvel just give away the ending of The Death of Doctor Strange?

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Marvel Comics promised readers that Doctor Strange would die in last month’s The Death of Doctor Strange #1.

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In fact, he was murdered.

OK, it happened.

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Marvel Comics then promised that a new Wizard Supreme would appear in December’s The Death of Doctor Strange #4.

But it looks like Marvel is pulling out a somewhat appropriate sleight of hand and that Doctor Strange could be a successor to… Doctor Strange, which we always likely had.

The publisher revealed the cover of The Death of Doctor Strange #5 in the final issue of January, and both feature the surprising character that appears in the final pages of the first issue – a shortened version of the Doctor Strange newsrama called ‘Doogie Strange’ ( Hey) dubbed. , it was better than “Teen Stephen”) along with the promise that the series finale would reveal the identity of the stranger’s killer and “open the door to an exciting future for Doctor Strange and the magical heroes of Marvel.”

While not outright stated, it looks like the “future” of the younger Doctor Strange is sticking around, and judging by Marvel’s latest announcement that doesn’t mention a new Wizard Supreme, well, you can draw your own conclusions. can.

Not for Nothing, but the main cover for issue #5 has the same image as the main cover from December issue #4, but with Young Strange where the whited-out figure is inserted with a question mark over the death of Doctor Strange #4 was.

Check them out in our gallery to see the comparison.

“The death of Doctor Strange will reach its conclusion at #5, but its end will be the beginning of a new set of stories on the magical side of the Marvel universe,” McKay said in the announcement. “Its five months of ups and downs have been a treasure to work on, but the folks at Marvel are stuffing my pockets with more exciting projects coming down the pike in the future, so stay tuned!

Marvel’s announcement also includes the new McKay — the Halifax-based junior high school teacher-turned-writer who currently writes the ongoing series Moon Knight and Black Cat — is now an exclusive Marvel producer. McKay is also writing the upcoming Marvel 2022 lead-in One-Shot Timeless, and The Daughters of the Dragon-centric Amazing Spider-Man #78.BEY, and has previously written the limited series Daughters of the Dragon, Man Without Fear, Taskmaster Huh. , and Avengers Make Strike.

Death of Doctor Strange #5 will be available for sale on January 26.

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