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About Roger Stern
Roger Stern has written for radio, television, the stage, and the Internet, creating scripts for everything from sketch comedy to flash-animation. For ten years, he was the senior writer of the Superman series for DC Comics. Stern has written hundreds of stories about such diverse characters as Green Lantern, Supergirl, Starman, the Atom, and the Justice League for DC Comics; and Spider-Man, Captain America, Doctor Strange, the Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, and the Avengers for Marvel. His first prose novel, The Death and Life of Superman, was a New York Times bestseller.
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The Marvel Masterworks reach the epic finale of legendary writer Roger Stern's Doctor Strange run! He's joined by Paul Smith and Dan Green and a host of top guest-artists all of whom add their beautifully-crafted visuals to the magical milieu. These master storytellers will introduce Dr. Stephen Strange to some of his toughest challenges yet: Dracula is in pursuit of the mythical book of demonic power - the Darkhold! Scarlet Witch, Monica Rambeau, Blade and Hannibal King join forces with Doctor Strange to keep it from the Lord of the Vampires! Then, the curse of the Ebony Blade has driven the Black Knight mad. Can Doc Strange pull him back from the brink? Plus: Clea wages war to end Umar's reign over the Dark Dimension!
Roger Stern and Chris Claremont turn their magic towards the Master of the Mystic Arts-Doctor Strange! Joined by artistic icons Gene Colan, Marshall Rogers and Tom Sutton, there is no doubt the Doctor is in. Their stories featuring villains Nightmare, D'Spayre and the Dream Weaver twist reality and rend Strange and Clea's souls with inconceivable fears. Next, Baron Mordo returns, armed with the occult secrets of the Vatican. Then, Wong is captured by the Shadowqueen and Clea and Strange must traverse dimensions and battle the demonic N'Garai to save him! Also featuring mystic encounters with Nighthawk, Namor, the Avengers and the Black Knight and the return of a figure from one of Doctor Strange's first adventures.
Classic stories reimagined in wild and wonderful ways by legendary creators! Imagine…what if Gwen Stacy had lived? What if Captain America was elected president? What if Phoenix had not died? What if Wolverine had killed the Hulk? What if there were no Fantastic Four? What if Bullseye had not killed Elektra? What if the Avengers were the last super heroes on Earth? And perhaps most startlingly of all, what if Dazzler became the herald of Galactus?! Plus, years before the Clone Saga rocked Peter Parker's world, what if Spider Man's clone had survived? And yet more trips into the infinite possibilities of the Multiverse featuring Thor, Man-Thing, Ghost Rider, Iron Man — and Matt Murdock, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.! Plus: The hidden history of the Eternals…and a classic all-comedy issue exploring the wildest What Ifs of all!
The Doctors are in! The world believes Doctor Strange is dead - but he might soon be when Dormammu steals his body! Can Clea and Topaz help Strange regain control of his corporeal form? Then, the New Defenders return and Strange takes on a new apprentice: the other-dimensional Rintrah! But the Doc's soul is at stake when Baron Mordo strikes - and demon-lords Satannish and Mephisto make their move! NOW magazine makes Stephen its cover star - but what is his brother Victor's secret? And when the Acts of Vengeance erupt, Strange and Clea must face the Hobgoblin, the Enchantress and Arkon! Plus, in a graphic novel classic illustrated by Mike Mignola, Doctor Strange joins Doctor Doom on a journey into Hell!
Steve Englehart and Gene Colan set before you a series of unmatched Doctor Strange classics! Dormammu and Umar attack, and Eternity declares that the end times are here. To save us all from the end of the world as we know it, Stephen Strange must confront…himself!? Englehart concludes his run with a Dracula crossover, a trip to Hell and a time-traveling Occult History of America. Then, Marv Wolfman and Jim Starlin take the reins, pitting the good Doctor against Xander the Merciless and Clea gone mad! A descent into the bizarre Quadriverse ends with a reckoning as Strange wrestles with his status as Sorcerer Supreme! All this, plus a beautifully illustrated Annual by co-writer/artist P. Craig Russell!
In the 1980s, every series touched by Roger Stern turned to gold. His tenure on The Avengers proves that-and it begins here! First, Monica Rambeau takes her place alongside Earth's Mightiest, just in time to witness the trial of Hank Pym. Then, Egghead rears his evil head, pushing Pym to the edge. The Avengers also welcome another new member, Thanos' fun-loving brother Starfox! Stern strengthens the Avengers position as the lynchpin Marvel heroes with an Annual adventure to the Inhumans' refuge on the moon and a Fantastic Four crossover drawn by John Byrne. The startling aftermath will change the Vision forever. Plus: Doctor Strange and the Scarlet Witch seek the dark power of the Book of the Darkhold!
Learn the hidden history of Marvel's most terrifying tome! Penned by the elder god Chthon and containing the blackest of magic, could the Darkhold be responsible for the Werewolf by Night's curse? Jack Russell's quest for the truth leads him into conflict with…Dracula! Modred the Mystic dared to learn the Darkhold's secrets, but he spells trouble for the Avengers when Chthon chooses Scarlet Witch as the vessel for his rebirth! And Doctor Strange attempts to use the Darkhold to destroy all vampires — as Thor battles Dracula!
Every year on Midsummer's Eve, Victor von Doom clashes with the forces of evil in a vain attempt to free his mother's soul from Hell. Only when Doctor Stephen Strange -- Master of the Mystic Arts and Earth's Sorcerer Supreme -- is convinced to join the fight, does the outcome have any hope of changing. But first these unlikely allies must journey to Mephisto's infernal realm ... where they find that the cost of one soul may be more than they are willing to pay!
This Halloween, the Marvel Masterworks cast an enticing spell with the newest volume of Doctor Strange! All-time great writer Roger Stern joins a host of the best artists ever to draw the Master of the Mystic Arts. The result? Pure magic. The tales in store feature the return of classic enemies such as Nightmare, Baron Mordo and Dormammu; introduce Morgana Blessing; team Stephen Strange with Brother Voodoo; draw Clea into a war for the Dark Dimension; and send Strange back in time - both to ancient Egypt alongside the Fantastic Four and to World War II with Nick Fury! Painstakingly restored and packed with extras galore, this amazing tome honors one of greatest eras in Doctor Strange's history.
The Master of the Mystic Arts crosses into the Quadriverse, but little does he realize unknown agents have set the Cosmic Wheel of Change in motion. Chaos is unleashed as the universe goes mad. Only with the return of the Ancient One can Doctor Strange hope to restore order to creation, but he'll have to conquer the cosmic might of the In-Between to do it. Writer Roger Stern has even more frightening horrors to unveil, as an elder god marshals Nightmare, D'Spayre, and the Dream Weaver to twist reality -- and rend Strange and Clea's souls with inconceivable fears! Also featuring mystic encounters with Nighthawk, Namor, the Avengers and the Black Knight -- and the return of a figure from one of Doctor Strange's first adventures!
Flames of the Faltine! Is it getting hot in here, or is it just Mephisto? When Doctor Strange joins Reed and Sue Richards in battle with the Lord of Lies, the enchanting sorceress Topaz is freed from hell. But half her soul remains in torment. Can Strange complete her - or will he fall prey first to a siren's song? Or perhaps to a feral feline demon? With a key part of his costume clawed to pieces, Stephen's going to need a new Cloak - but when the unholy Urthona strikes, he might need a new body, too! The old saying goes, "Don't pay the ferryman until you get to the other side." But before Strange can reach it, there might just be a new Sorcerer Supreme!
Collecting: Tomb of Dracula #44 and Doctor Strange (1974) #14, 58-62.