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    Dr. Stephen Strange (Marvel)

    Stephen Strange
    Certainly not. I speak for myself.
    Gender: Male
    Age: 40s
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Benedict Cumberbact (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Strange Tales #110 (Comics), Doctor Strange (MCU)


    Dr. Stephen Strange was a neurosurgeon who became a sorcerer. He now resides in the Sanctum Sanctorum as the sorcerer supreme. He is the titular main protagonist of the Doctor Strange series, one of the deuteragonists of Avengers: Infinity War, a minor character in Avengers: Endgame and a supporting character in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

    Why He Rocks

    1. Much like Tony Stark, he was prideful and arrogant in his previous occupation as a surgeon, until he injured his hands in a car accident and became depressed. He learned magic to heal his hands and learned to put others before himself. Making him a changed man.
    2. He's able to kick enough ass to protect the magical world because he knows so much about it. Sorcery requires "study and practice; years of it" and he spends a lot of his time with his nose in a book. He even manages to find a workaround for needing sleep by using his astral form to read while his body rests.
    3. Watching him do all kinds of magic and spells are very entertaining.
    4. Strange is able to shape and manipulate Eldritch Magic, forming tangible constructs of energy, such as weapons or shields, as well as cast spells by writing specific formations with the fiery energy.
    5. He also is a great father figure to young superheroes such as Peter Parker and later, America Chavez.
    6. In the comics, he has a love for babies and children and often babysits other people’s children.
    7. He also loves animals as in the comics, he owns and cares for lots of pets. Cute animals even cause him to cry too.
    8. He starts out as a self-centered glory hound who wouldn't do anything too difficult for fear of staining his perfect record to a selfless champion who is willing to endlessly lose against Dormammu in obscurity to spare Earth and the rest of the Multiverse from the fiend.
    9. During his new life as a sorcerer and superhero, Strange has learn to comprehend his limits and despite his success at the hands of Dormammu's defeat, he has begun to realize the natural order should not be entirely disturbed
    10. He made a fun cameo in Thor: Ragnarok, where he treats Thor like a annoying houseguest, and sends Loki to a dimension where he's forever falling.
    11. He was at his best in Avengers: Infinity War, where he teams up with Iron Man, Spider-Man and the Guardians of the Galaxy. He even goes face-to-face against Thanos in a ferocious duel, hitting him with everything he has without using the Time Stone.
    12. He sees one possible future where the Avengers can defeat Thanos, and it involves surrendering the Time Stone to Thanos in exchange for sparing Tony's life, playing on Thanos's bizarre sense of honor and self-deluding nobility. After giving Thanos the Time Stone, and after the Titan snaps his fingers, he just looks at Tony and tells him there was no other way.
      • This comes to a head in Endgame, which sees the Avengers gathering the Infinity Stones in the past thanks to Tony's assistance, the Ancient One willingly giving the Time Stone away upon learning of Strange doing the same, and finally where Tony gains the Infinity Stones to defeat Thanos by Heroic Sacrifice. Just as Strange was counting on.

    Bad Qualities

    1. Stephen can seem unlikable at the beginning of the first Doctor Strange movie.
    2. In the comics, he went through a phase where he slept with multiple women, along with his wife, Clea. Yes, they are all in the same bed. Thankfully, he does not do that anymore.
    3. He was temporarily killed off in the comics, which angered fans. Thankfully, he was brought back this year.
    4. In Spider-Man: No Way Home, he casts a spell that will make the whole world forget that Peter Parker is Spider-Man. The spell ends up getting botched and unleashing a number of people into their universe because he didn't care to explain to Peter the mechanics of the spell beforehand.

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