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Quote1 We need to talk. Come in. I've been expecting you. Quote2
-- "T. Hothrun"

Appearing in "Remittance"

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Appearing in "House Call"

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  • Unidentified extradimensional creatures (First appearance)

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  • Tamba (First appearance)

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Appearing in "The Lever"

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Appearing in "Perchance"

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  • Nightmare's demon army

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Solicit Synopsis

DOCTOR STRANGE HITS HIS MILESTONE 400TH ISSUE!

Creative team Mark Waid and Jesus Saiz are joined by some of the best DOCTOR STRANGE artists of all time to tell a monumentally strange tale! Someone has been working in the background since the first issue, chipping away at Doctor Strange and other magicians, undercutting and depleting their magic, and the other shoe finally drops. Does Strange stand a chance against someone who can take his magic away with the snap of their fingers?

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  • The name of the Ancient One's Temple, Kamar-Taj, is mistakenly transposed as "Tamir-Kaj" in the first story; meanwhile, Sin-Cong is misspelled "Sim-Cong" in the second story.
  • This issue also features a retrospective double splash by Tom Palmer.

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