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The impossible has happened! Stephen Strange's hands have been healed, restoring the surgical skills that he lost long ago! But now, Doctor Strange finds himself torn between his obligations as the Sorcerer Supreme - and as a life-saving neurosurgeon! And when Strange is forced to choose which set of vows he must uphold, who will suffer most for it? After all, magic always The impossible has happened! Stephen Strange's hands have been healed, restoring the surgical skills that he lost long ago! But now, Doctor Strange finds himself torn between his obligations as the Sorcerer Supreme - and as a life-saving neurosurgeon! And when Strange is forced to choose which set of vows he must uphold, who will suffer most for it? After all, magic always has a cost... Join writer Mark Waid, artist Kev Walker and Dr. Stephen Strange, M.D., for a brand-new era of modern medicine, mystic arts...and horror! COLLECTING: DR. STRANGE (2019) 1-6


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The impossible has happened! Stephen Strange's hands have been healed, restoring the surgical skills that he lost long ago! But now, Doctor Strange finds himself torn between his obligations as the Sorcerer Supreme - and as a life-saving neurosurgeon! And when Strange is forced to choose which set of vows he must uphold, who will suffer most for it? After all, magic always The impossible has happened! Stephen Strange's hands have been healed, restoring the surgical skills that he lost long ago! But now, Doctor Strange finds himself torn between his obligations as the Sorcerer Supreme - and as a life-saving neurosurgeon! And when Strange is forced to choose which set of vows he must uphold, who will suffer most for it? After all, magic always has a cost... Join writer Mark Waid, artist Kev Walker and Dr. Stephen Strange, M.D., for a brand-new era of modern medicine, mystic arts...and horror! COLLECTING: DR. STRANGE (2019) 1-6

30 review for Dr. Strange, Surgeon Supreme Vol. 1: Under the Knife

  1. 4 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    Yet another of my favourite books gets cancelled with a bunch of dangling plotlines. I despair, I really do. Still, for what it's worth, I loved this volume. Mark Waid pens another great tale in the way that only he can and Kev Walker produces the best artwork of his career. At least they went out on a high. Sigh... Yet another of my favourite books gets cancelled with a bunch of dangling plotlines. I despair, I really do. Still, for what it's worth, I loved this volume. Mark Waid pens another great tale in the way that only he can and Kev Walker produces the best artwork of his career. At least they went out on a high. Sigh...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Frédéric

    Too bad this new series was cancelled after such a promising run. Again Waid found new twists to keep the characters and the story interesting (cf his Daredevil run). Good idea to have Doc back as a real surgeon and sorcerer supreme. Of course he's not supposed to be both at the same time. Yeah, right. This first plot (and last) is quite good; nice introduction to what could have been a good longer run... Sigh... A bit of action, a few twists, good dialogues, new (and old) characters; all is the Too bad this new series was cancelled after such a promising run. Again Waid found new twists to keep the characters and the story interesting (cf his Daredevil run). Good idea to have Doc back as a real surgeon and sorcerer supreme. Of course he's not supposed to be both at the same time. Yeah, right. This first plot (and last) is quite good; nice introduction to what could have been a good longer run... Sigh... A bit of action, a few twists, good dialogues, new (and old) characters; all is there. It's not deep or mind blowing but really entertaining, enhanced by Kev Walker's art. Don't know much of him but I'll keep an eye on him. He does a very cool Strange and even if his treatment of the magical world/creatures isn't revolutionary, it is very well done. The guy knows his job and does it well.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Renata

    Doctor Strange peaked when he was an unlicensed veterinarian with a ghost dog and that's that on that I do like his new assistant Kermit but I care ZERO PERCENT about his MEDICAL CAREER and this book seems to believe that I will care SEVERAL PERCENT about that??? like House is over, Stephen, what are you doing Doctor Strange peaked when he was an unlicensed veterinarian with a ghost dog and that's that on that I do like his new assistant Kermit but I care ZERO PERCENT about his MEDICAL CAREER and this book seems to believe that I will care SEVERAL PERCENT about that??? like House is over, Stephen, what are you doing

  4. 5 out of 5

    James

    This was pretty good. Strange has learned that his Sanctum Machina, or his mystic forge, has been broken into. This is where Strange makes his magical weapons and stores his mystic items. So someone stealing things from here is a pretty big deal. I really enjoyed the journey of Strange playing detective, if you will, trying to track down who it was. And I did not expect the villain to be who it was which was a nice surprise. After it was all said and done, this person was left in a tight spot. I This was pretty good. Strange has learned that his Sanctum Machina, or his mystic forge, has been broken into. This is where Strange makes his magical weapons and stores his mystic items. So someone stealing things from here is a pretty big deal. I really enjoyed the journey of Strange playing detective, if you will, trying to track down who it was. And I did not expect the villain to be who it was which was a nice surprise. After it was all said and done, this person was left in a tight spot. I would be down to read a mini series of this character showing them deal with the consequences. But over all, an entertaining read with some cool cameos and some great art by Kev Walker.

  5. 4 out of 5

    RG

    Big surprise for me. Great story and art. Pity its been cancelled

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    I want to rate this higher, I really do. Mark Waid and Kev Walker spin a delightful yarn that looks like another fresh take and status quo on Doctor Strange after Waid already reinvented him in the previous series, but this one just ends too abruptly to be as good as it could have been. There are dangling plot threads, unresolved mysteries, and no closure to basically anything that went on here. I'd almost warn you away from reading this at all, because you'll get invested in what's going on onl I want to rate this higher, I really do. Mark Waid and Kev Walker spin a delightful yarn that looks like another fresh take and status quo on Doctor Strange after Waid already reinvented him in the previous series, but this one just ends too abruptly to be as good as it could have been. There are dangling plot threads, unresolved mysteries, and no closure to basically anything that went on here. I'd almost warn you away from reading this at all, because you'll get invested in what's going on only to have the rug swept out from under you and no ending in sight. It's a damn shame, and I hope Marvel come back to what's been left off here quicker than it took them to let Waid tie-up his Strange: The Doctor Is Out mini (which was something like ten years!)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    Pretty solid, I like how Strange is (mostly successfully) trying to balance being a neurosurgeon with his sorcerous responsibilities. The new characters like Kermit and Dr. Hagen are fun, and the unexpected inclusion of the infrequently seen Doctor Druid was a nice touch as well. It’s great to see the character get regular series and attention thanks to the success of his big screen incarnation, looking forward to more soon!

  8. 5 out of 5

    brianna

    the way they cancelled this arc ill simply pass away now

  9. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

    3.5 Stars

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dimitrios

    3 Some intersting moments, but I waa not into this story at all.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Alan

    I admit to being a Mark Waid fan, and I stand firm on my belief that Irredeemable remains one of, the best Superman riffs (as in what if Superman was truly Charles Manson level evil). Yet, like Geoff Johns I have moments where I think one of Waid's best traits is his ability to take a company's IP and give it a new twist. Dr. Strange has usually struck me as a supporting character. Few writers seem able to make him interesting. Waid goes back and changes a core factor in Strange's origin. Strange I admit to being a Mark Waid fan, and I stand firm on my belief that Irredeemable remains one of, the best Superman riffs (as in what if Superman was truly Charles Manson level evil). Yet, like Geoff Johns I have moments where I think one of Waid's best traits is his ability to take a company's IP and give it a new twist. Dr. Strange has usually struck me as a supporting character. Few writers seem able to make him interesting. Waid goes back and changes a core factor in Strange's origin. Strange's abilities as a surgeon are restored and now we watch Strange balance his obligations as a surgeon and doctor against being this dimension's sorcerer supreme who is also carving out a new way of doing magic (see the previous series). The rating for this series is a little high. It could have a really nice long form read, but it was canceled after six issues (read as digital floppies). The supporting cast and Strange's world were being fleshed out, but the ending feels rushed and incomplete.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    It's a shame this series was canceled early, because I found this a lot more accessible and interesting than Doctor Strange by Mark Waid, Vol. 1: Across The Universe. I really liked that this had a solid hold on both halves of his life and I wish we could have gotten more - I also wish this first volume wasn't so dependent on the story to come, because it's not great on its own. It's a shame this series was canceled early, because I found this a lot more accessible and interesting than Doctor Strange by Mark Waid, Vol. 1: Across The Universe. I really liked that this had a solid hold on both halves of his life and I wish we could have gotten more - I also wish this first volume wasn't so dependent on the story to come, because it's not great on its own.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lucille

    Sympa, dommage que la série ai été annulée ! Les couvertures sont magnifiques, j'aime aussi l'idée d'un dr strange qui redevient chirurgien à mi-temps. Par contre je trouve que son nouveau sidekick était plutôt sous exploité, et en faire quelqu'un avec une mémoire photographique ENCORE est un peu facile facile Sympa, dommage que la série ai été annulée ! Les couvertures sont magnifiques, j'aime aussi l'idée d'un dr strange qui redevient chirurgien à mi-temps. Par contre je trouve que son nouveau sidekick était plutôt sous exploité, et en faire quelqu'un avec une mémoire photographique ENCORE est un peu facile facile

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nate

    All over the place but a fun return to Dr. Strange's roots for Mark Waid. The strength of this run is Strange's return as a surgeon and I think this series would have benefited from leaning even more into those plotlines. All over the place but a fun return to Dr. Strange's roots for Mark Waid. The strength of this run is Strange's return as a surgeon and I think this series would have benefited from leaning even more into those plotlines.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Memaro

    This story is truly amazing.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shamma El-shafi

    Pretty good, I enjoyed it

  17. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Shaffer

    Cancelled after six issues? 😿

  18. 5 out of 5

    MajesticalLion

    The story is good. Nothing better than any other Doctor Strange run I've read, but also nothing worse. The art is some of the best, though. Love it. I'm definitely gonna keep collecting and see where it goes. Update: So apparently this was only 6 issues? I mean, it wasn't the greatest Doctor Strange run ever, but it didn't need to be cancelled. There were some great ideas in that last issue that could've changed the status quo for Madam Masque, had there been more issues to explore it. Kinda disa The story is good. Nothing better than any other Doctor Strange run I've read, but also nothing worse. The art is some of the best, though. Love it. I'm definitely gonna keep collecting and see where it goes. Update: So apparently this was only 6 issues? I mean, it wasn't the greatest Doctor Strange run ever, but it didn't need to be cancelled. There were some great ideas in that last issue that could've changed the status quo for Madam Masque, had there been more issues to explore it. Kinda disappointed. Lowering my score to 3 stars for a rushed, incomplete ending.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Damien Miller

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Pretty good. Unique story for Strange.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amy T

  21. 4 out of 5

    Travischesser

  22. 4 out of 5

    Igor Toscano

  23. 5 out of 5

    Megan Farve

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rob Schamberger

  25. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Martin

  26. 4 out of 5

    Paul Milligan

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mai

  28. 5 out of 5

    Claudia Sanchez

  29. 5 out of 5

    Terrance

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy Dietrich

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