Doctor Strange

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Name: Doctor Strange
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Creator: Stan Lee and Steve Ditko
Date(s): July 1963 - present
Medium: comic books, animated series and films, live-action films, video games
Country of Origin: United States
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Doctor Strange is a Marvel Comics comic book title created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

Canon

Doctor Strange character first appeared in Strange Tales #110 (July 1963). Doctor Strange appeared in issues #110–111 and #114 before the character's eight-page origin story in #115 (Dec. 1963).

Other Adaptions

The character of Doctor Strange has appeared in other various animated series, namely: Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, X-Men: The Animated Series (only a cameo), Spider-Man: The Animated Series, The Incredible Hulk, The Super Hero Squad Show, Ultimate Spider-Man, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., Avengers Assemble and Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers.

The animated film Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme was released August 14, 2007. Doctor Strange has a brief non-speaking cameo in the 2010 film Planet Hulk. Doctor Strange appears in the 2016 animated film Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell.

The character was first portrayed in live-action by Peter Hooten in the 1978 television film Dr. Strange. Benedict Cumberbatch stars as the character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, first appearing in the Doctor Strange 2016 film set in the universe. Dr. Strange will appear in the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Infinity War.

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Due to the casting of Benedict Cumberbatch, crossovers with BBC's Sherlock is fairly popular. Hannibal crossovers also appeared, this is due to the casting behind Kaecilius: Mads Mikkelsen had starred as Hannibal Lector on the TV series.

Shipping

BBC's Sherlock character Molly Hooper is also shipped with Stephen Strange, this is probably due to the similarities between Stephen Strange and Sherlock Holmes and the fans shipping Sherlock/Molly (Same thing happened when Cumberbatch appeared in Star Trek AOS, see Molly/Khan for more information).

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