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Strange #10

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 6 critic ratings.

Clea and Stephen Strange team up to take down the Blasphemy Cartel and their dreaded super-powered weapon!

But will two Sorcerers Supreme be enough for this final battle?

And what will finally become of Stephen Strange by the end of it?

As one chapter closes, a new one is about to begin in the house of Strange…

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
24 pages
Amazon ASIN

Cover Artist
Variant Cover Artists

6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100


    The final issue of ‘Strange’ brings a powerful and satisfying close to this chapter in the Sorcerer Supreme saga, paving the way for a brand new beginning for the series that is to come. A truly gorgeous, bright, vivid, magical, powerful, character-rich series that has delighted and entertained and built deep connections for almost a year. Don’t be sad the journey is over, be happy we got to witness it and that there is more to come.

  • 100

    Everything about the Strange series has been leading to this issue and it delivers in every conceivable way by paying off character arcs and giving us the kind of smackdown fight we’ve been waiting on. Writer Jed MacKay’s journey through this series has been one that was not only worth it but is one of the best maxi-series out of Marvel in years. Strange #10 sees artist Marcelo Ferreira not only knock it out of the park by virtue of his paneling and action beats, but working alongside inker Roberto Poggi and colorist Java Tartaglia to create one of the best fights I’ve ever seen.

  • 95


    Strange has defied expectations from the very start, delivering on the notion that anything can happen in Marvel Comics with a big enough imagination. MacKay and Ferreira prove their imaginations are so big that your expectations will be blown away, making you very thirsty for more. The well has been tapped, and the creative team shows if you think you know what is possible, think again. Read Strange #10 knowing it might be the end, but the creators are only getting started.

  • 91

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: An entertaining, engaging and thrilling conclusion to this series from MacKay. The story does a great job of ramping up the tension and action and delivering something that could only exist in a Doctor Strange comic. It wonderfully utilizes both characters and gives them a great sense of balance as they face off against an interesting threat. I loved the end of the issue and look forward to what comes next for the characters.

    The Art: Ferriera delivers some beautiful and thrilling art throughout the issue. The action was visually fun and engaging with every page and panel.

  • 70

    The Fandom Post

    While not a bad ending, Strange closes with a sigh of disappointment for me. It delivered on what the team wanted it to be but I think they missed out on far better opportunities here when it comes to Clea as the Sorcerer Supreme. Yes, they’ll deal with the logistics of that in the new series kicking off that I’m not going to bother with. But Clea got a handful of issues where she wasn’t dealing with Stephen and even then that’s not really true because he was there from almost the start as the Harvestman. There was a lot I liked about the book early on, especially the dynamic between Clea and Wong, but the book opted for predictability over anything interesting and just became kind of routine along the way. I’ll always have a deep love of this cast that goes back decades now, Clea especially, but it’s frustrating that it’s just so simple here.

  • 60

    You Don't Read Comics

    The ending that anyone could have predicted…happens. It’s disappointing. Had MacKay done a better job of making the ending justified, it might have felt a bit more impressive. The emotional end of the series DOES have a rather nice resonance by the end of the final issue. It’s just not very satisfying. Clea has been such a fascinating character throughout the series. It’s been a lot of fun having her at the center of her own adventures. Too bad things had to return to normal quite as quickly as it has.

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