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Strange #7

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 6 critic ratings.

The Sorcerer Supreme of Death!

Clea and Wong have uncovered who is behind the zombie resurrections of the deceased heroes and villains.

But they’re going to need all the help they can get, including from the Sorcerer Supreme of Death… the Harvestman!

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Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
24 pages
Language
English
Price
$3.99
Amazon ASIN
B0B6KKNPK5

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6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    ComicBook.com

    When the new Strange series began it seemed like it was going to be just a bridge between new Doctor Strange comics, one that filled a gap between publishing initiatives. Writer Jed MacKay and artist Marcelo Ferreira have taken that building block and built it up even more though, creating what’s a unique new take on the larger idea of magic in the Marvel Universe. Central to issue #4 is the relationship between Clea and Strange, something this story has been building to in a big way, reaching its heart-breaking apex. This, coupled with the unique new deep dive into the series’ new antagonist, makes this issue perhaps the best of the series.

  • 96

    You Don't Read Comics

    Cleas turn in the center of the series seems to be drawing to a close. Its really too bad. The warrior mage from the dark dimension is great fun when shes given a chance to work with Jed MacKay. The writer doesnt even have to do a whole lot with the action around the edges to keep Clea moving appealingly through the series. Dr. Strange is working for Death. This should come across as A LOT more compelling than it does. A lot of the lifelessness of that premise comes from the fact that Clea is as cool as she is.

  • 90

    COMICON

    Love knows no bounds, not even between life and death, as ‘Strange’ brings two Sorcerers Supreme together again as they save the world and hash out some personal issues. Every issue of this series balances the personal and the magical and the action of these types of stories while expertly building a visually distinctive and beautiful magical realm to play within.

  • 89

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: MacKay continues to deliver great action, spectacle and character throughout this series and it starts off strong with a determined Clea who will not be denied or deterred. I love the interactions between her and Strange and how MacKay frames the dialogue to make you feel a part of the moment. I continue to be invested in the mystery of the Cartel as well as its leader and I cannot wait to see where this story goes next.

    The Art: Ferreira delivers some powerfully energetic and detailed throughout the issue. The visuals are stunning and I love both the action and the emotion displayed in the pages.

  • 85

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Buy this one for the cover alone! Clea is The Sorcerer Supreme. Whether Strange assumes that moniker or not is neither here nor there! She is a woman on a mission, and I loved getting to know this character and what every other reader of Strange may already know. Hell and death know no fury like Clea!

  • 80

    The Fandom Post

    While Strange was giving me what I wanted for several issues, the introduction of Stephen into it shifts the narrative and leaves my excitement about the book a bit deflated. That combined with it being so decompressed as it is here isn’t help at all either. It’s still a really good-looking book with what it does and there are some great moments with how Clea handles herself, but it’s just working through something too easy and familiar. I’m curious to see how things go with Death in this eventually but I’m also curious to see how Wong and those that reside at the Sanctum deal with the information. It should be interesting to say the least.

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