Dr. Strange II
Nick Name

Master of Black Magic

Master of the Mystic Arts

Civilian ID

Stephen Vincent Strange


Dr. Stephen Sanders


Earth's Sorcerer Supreme

Medical Consultant

Retired Surgeon

Legal Status
Citizen of the United States with no criminal record.
Nation or Planet of Origin
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Group Affiliation




Midnight Sons

Secret Defenders

Base of Operations
Greenwich Village, New York
6' 2"
180 lbs.
Eye Color
Hair Color
Black with gray temples
Known Powers

Mastery of the mystic arts granting ability to cast spells for both offensive and defensive purposes.

Ability to project his astral form to any place or dimension.

Adequate hand-to-hand combatant with training in the martial arts.

Above average intelligence with extraordinary skills as a neurosurgeon.


Book of Vishanti: Ancient text containing every defensive spell known to the mystic arts. The book itself also serves as a mystic shield.

Cloak of Levitation: Mystic cloak mentally controlled to use for flight without physical exertion.

Crystal of Agamotto: Orb capable of detecting mystic forces within multiple dimensions.

Eye of Agamotto: Amulet created by the entity known as Eternity; allowing the possessor to dispel creations of black magic, see through illusions, invoke images of the immediate past, read and control minds; and track corporeal and ethereal beings by their psychic or magical emissions.

Orb of Agamotto: The Eye of Agamotto detached from its backing and enlarged, allowing the possessor to see and travel to other dimensions and times.

Serum of the Seraphim: Powerful all-purpose elixir capable of curing both mystic and non-mystic ailments.

Tome of Oshtur: Book of long-lost spells written by the omnipotent Oshtur.

Wand of Watoomb: Mystical artifact which can rearange reality when combined with other mystic items. The wand is powerless when divided into two seperate halves.

Unnamed ring capable of enabling an ectoplasmic form to cast mystic spells.

Wide array or arcane texts, artifacts, books and relics.

Common Enemies

Baron Mordo


Dread Dormammu




Mindless Ones








Regularly Appearing

Avengers Vol. 4

Black Knight Vol. 2

Defenders Vol. 1, 2 & 3

Doctor Strange Vol. 1, 2, 3 & 4

Doctor Strange and the Sorcerers Supreme Vol. 1

Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme Vol. 1

Doctor Strange: The Oath Vol. 1

Doctor Voodoo: Avenger of the Supernatural Vol. 1

Marvel Feature Vol. 1

Marvel Knights Vol. 1

New Avengers Vol. 2 & 3

(The) Order Vol. 1

Secret Defenders Vol. 1

Strange Vol. 1 & 2

Strange Tales Vol. 1, 2 & 3

Witches Vol. 1

First Appearance
Strange Tales #110 (July, 1963)
Stan Lee & Steve Ditko

A brilliant but arrogant surgeon, Dr. Stephen Strange's career was cut short when an accident resulted in extensive nerve damage to his hands. Desperate and hoping for a miracle cure, Strange traveled the world eventually meeting the Tibetan sorcerer known as the Ancient One.

While a guest in the hidden city, Strange learned the ancient sorcerer's pupil Baron Mordo was plotting to betray his mentor to the Dread Dormammu. Discovering Strange had learned of his treachery, and was attempting to warn the Ancient One, Mordo used his mystical powers to verbally restrain the surgeon. Witnessing Mordo's power and murderous intent, Strange discovered evil's true nature and the need to combat its forces.

The Ancient One freed Strange from Mordo's containment spell, revealing that he had known his student's treacherous plans all along and desired to keep his enemy close. Peering into Strange's soul, the sorcerer saw a potential for goodness and adopted him as his disciple.

His studies complete, the former surgeon returned to his Greenwich Village home. Though the world at large believes he is no more than an eccentric authority of the occult, in truth he had inherited from his mentor the mantle of Earth's Sorcerer Supreme, Dr. Strange.

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