Strange Tales #110

    Strange Tales » Strange Tales #110 released by Marvel on July 1963.

    Short summary describing this issue.

    last edited by pikahyper on 11/14/19 01:37PM View full history


    • The Human Torch Vs. The Wizard And Paste-Pot Pete!
    • Silent Stranger
    • We Search the Stars!
    • Dr. Strange Master of Black Magic!

    -The first appearance of Doctor Strange as he comes under attack by both Nightmare and the man he's trying to help.


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    Dr. Strange's First Appearance 0

    Review of the Dr. Strange story only:There were pretty much three big talents at Marvel in the early days - Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko. In my opinion, Ditko was the least of the three, his writing/plotting was generally inferior to Stan's and his art was inferior to Jack's - I'd rank it below even some of the holdovers from Timely like Don Heck.But Steve Ditko did have a few really high notes, and one of them was the early tales of Dr. Strange in Strange Tales. Ditko co-wrote and drew ...

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    The Wizard, Paste Pot Pete and A Strange Newcomer 0

    So we’ve got a double feature here, firstly we have the monthly Johnny Storm tale in which he fights off against two returning villains, The Wizard and the man, the myth, the legend, Paste Pot Pete! Our second feature is the debut of Dr Strange (apparently not related to the villain featured in one of Iron Man’s stories a few months back) as he tries to help a man who’s suffering from a repeating dream.I still don’t think Johnny Storm is an interesting enough character to...

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    The Human Torch Vs. The Wizard And Paste-Pot Pete! 0

    This is the second issue that H.E. Huntley has been involved in since his debut in the impressively inventive Tales to Astonish #44, and coincidentally, is also a "double length" feature! Focusing primarily on Huntley's output here however which lies exclusively in Torch's solo adventure taking up the majority of the book, things are a little more straight forward and run-of-the-mill. To its credit, Stan and Huntley resurrect Storm's biggest foe yet, The Wizard, but much to everyone's chagrin, h...

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