Doctor Strange Celebrates 400th Issue Milestone With Six Dollar Comic

Doctor Strange Celebrates 400th Issue Milestone With Six Dollar Comic

Posted by October 16, 2018 Comment

Ah, the 400th anniversary, traditionally known as the “money” anniversary. That’s where you congratulate the happy comic book publisher by shelling out more money than usual to purchase an oversized anniversary issue. You know what, come to think of it, that’s actually every anniversary at Marvel, isn’t it? And sometimes for no specific reason at all?

Well, in any case, good ol’ Doctor Strange is turning 400 issues (in Legacy Numbers at least), which means it’s time for Doctor Strange #10, featuring 48-pages of story and “some of the best Doctor Strange artists of all time”, all for the low price of $5.99 cheap! By the hoary hosts of hoggoth, what a bargain!

Check out the solicit below, and see the rest of Marvel’s January solicitations here.

DOCTOR STRANGE #10
MARK WAID (W) • Jesús SAIZ, CHRIS BACHALO, KEVIN NOWLAN & MORE! (A)
Cover by JESUS SAIZ
VARIANT COVER BY JOE QUESADA
B&W VARIANT COVER BY JOE QUESADA
HIDDEN GEM VARIANT COVER BY FRANK MILLER
B&W HIDDEN GEM VARIANT COVER BY FRANK MILLER
VARIANT COVER BY TBA
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VARIANT COVER BY TBA
DOCTOR STRANGE HITS HIS MILESTONE 400TH ISSUE!
Creative team Mark Waid and Jesus Saiz are joined by some of the best DOCTOR STRANGE artists of all time to tell a monumentally strange tale! Someone has been working in the background since the first issue, chipping away at Doctor Strange and other magicians, undercutting and depleting their magic, and the other shoe finally drops. Does Strange stand a chance against someone who can take his magic away with the snap of their fingers?
48 PGS./Rated T+ …$5.99

(Last Updated October 16, 2018 2:15 pm )

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