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Marvel Masterworks Vol 1 49


Appearing in "Those Who Would Destroy Me!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #142.

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Synopsis for "Those Who Would Destroy Me!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #142.

Returning home to his Sanctum Sanctorum in New York, Dr. Strange detects the bomb placed in his home by the minions of Baron Mordo. Rushing outside, Strange is able to get the explosive out before it can explode. However, he is attacked by Mordo's minions who bind him in mystic trappings (hand covers and mask which prevent casting spells), taking his cloak and Eye of Agamotto and immobilize him. They then set up shop in Strange's Sanctum. Although bound, Strange tries to contact the Ancient One, however he happens to do so just as the Ancient One's astral form travels into the mystical realms to search for Clea.

Hoping to probe Strange's mind, Demonicus instead gives Strange an opening to escape, immobilizing Demonicus and freeing himself at least of the incapacitation that kept his physical and astral forms from moving. However, he is unable to learn the reverse spell for his physical bindings from the Demon because the Witch detects Strange's freedom and blocks Demonicus' mind, and sends Mordo's other followers after him. Using his astral form to "see" and get the drop on his opponents, Dr. Strange manages to escape from his Sanctum to begin planning how to get out of his current predicament.

Appearing in "With None Beside Me!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #143.

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Synopsis for "With None Beside Me!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #143.

Stowing his physical body in a water tower, Doctor Strange decides his first step at defeating Mordo's minions is by reclaiming his Cloak of Levitation. Battling Kaecillius Strange uses his mental control over the cloak to best his foe. Returning back to the water tower with the unconscious Kaecillius, Strange finds his body missing and while he puzzles over this Kaecillius revives and flies away with the cloak.

Returning back to the Sanctum, Strange learns that the witch had captured his body while he was busy, and soon finds his astral form captured as well. However, he is able to mentally influence the Eye of Agamotto, and use it to defend and free himself. Using it's powers to force his will against the Witch, he commands her to free his physical body from it's bonds. Once this is done, Strange returns to his physical body and uses his mystic powers to erase the mystical knowledge from his foes minds. With his opponents defeated, Strange refocuses his attention to saving Clea and battling Dormammu.

Appearing in "Where Man Hath Never Trod!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #144.

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  • Clea (Only in flashback)
  • Sovereign of an unnamed dimension
  • Valtorr (Invoked)
  • Vishanti (Invoked)
  • Satannish (Invoked) the Supreme
  • The defeated heroes
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Synopsis for "Where Man Hath Never Trod!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #144.

While the Ancient One continues to search for the dimension which Clea had been banished, Dormammu is visited by his minion Asti who informs its master of the Ancient One's progress. Dormammu and Asti organize a trick that would have Strange travel into the Kingdom of Tazza on a false lead that Clea may be there.

Instead, after battling many creatures that live in the realm, Strange finds himself confronted by Tazza, the realm's ruler. Tazza stands before the inert bodies of heroes who have come to his realm and whose astral forms he holds prisoner. Strange at first disorientates his foe by using his own astral form to possess the inert bodies of Tazza's fallen foes. However, Tazza learns this trick, and the two lock in mystic combat. However, Doctor Strange manages to best Tazza and demands he tell him of Clea's location, however Tazza claims to know no female, and Strange realizes he was tricked, and that Tazza was tricked into attacking Strange. Strange then agrees to release Tazza from his mystic bonds if he frees all his prisoners. After the battle, Strange returns home to rest.

Appearing in "To Catch a Magician!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #145.

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Synopsis for "To Catch a Magician!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #145.

A new criminal named Mr. Rasputin, a descendant of Grigori Rasputin has appeared on the criminal scene, using his mystical powers for his own personal gains. One night Doctor Strange detects an evil menace, and thinking it's his old foe Baron Mordo, tracks it to the home of Mr. Rasputin. The two mystics then battle, however Strange is still weak from his battle against Tazza, and when Rasputin has him on the defensive. Rasputin then pulls out a gun and shoots Doctor Strange.

Escaping and seeking treatment in the hospital, Doctor Strange sends out his astral form to attack Rasputin, unaware that Rasputin had hired a gunman to kill Doctor Strange in the hospital. Battling Rasputin, the villain tries to banish Strange to another dimension, however using his mental control over the Cloak of Levitation and the Eye of Agamotto, Doctor Strange is able to knock his foe unconscious and bring him back to the hospital. There Strange arrives just in time to stop the gunman as well. He then hypnotizes them into confessing their crimes and erases Rasputin's mystic knowledge.

Appearing in "The End -- At Last!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #146.

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Synopsis for "The End -- At Last!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #146.

Furious of dealing with constant defeat against Doctor Strange, Dormammu begins his most ambitious plot yet: defeating Eternity. Traveling to Eternity's realm, he traps the entity in a mystic barrier before it can awaken. Doctor Strange is then transported from Earth to Eternity's realm to witness Dormammu's moment of triumph. However, Doctor Strange manages to free Eternity.

When Dormammu attempts to fight Eternity, he flies into Eternity's very being and is seemingly destroyed by two planets inside the embodiment of existence crashing together. The resulting chain reaction also apparently destroys Eternity as well, putting Strange in peril as all the mass, stars and planets within the cosmic being to errupt and explode all over the realm.

Traveling to the Dark Dimension, Strange is met there by the Ancient One, who informs him that with Dormammu gone, Strange has the power to reverse any of Dormammu's spells. Strange then uses his powers to free those banished by Dormammu, including Clea and even Baron Mordo.

Appearing in "From the Nameless Nowhere Comes... Kaluu!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #147.

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Synopsis for "From the Nameless Nowhere Comes... Kaluu!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #147.

While out shopping Doctor Strange uses his mystical powers to stop an armed robberty before returning home. He is shortly visited by building inspectors who tell him he must bring his Sanctum back up to code, and so he sends Wong to sell some jewel to raise the fund necessary to comply with the city's orders.

He then checks on Baron Mordo in his mystic prison, and the two exchange blows. Returning back to Earth's dimension, Strange dwells on Clea and reflects upon their past adventures togeather. Becoming bored with no new mystic threats to battle, Strange follows up an offer to become a night club act in his free time, however the offer is declined. Just then the Ancient One summons Strange to warn him that the being known as Kaluu has escaped, as he is explaining the Book of the Vishanti disappears. The Ancient One then begins to tell his tale about Kaluu, little knowing that the subject of his tale is watching over them...

Appearing in "The Origin of the Ancient One!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #148.

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  • Kaluu (First full appearance)

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  • Hoggoth (Mentioned)
  • Citizens of Kamar-Taj
  • Misha (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Ragadorr (Mentioned) (Seven Rings of; Dimension of)

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Synopsis for "The Origin of the Ancient One!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #148.

As the Ancient One begins his tale of his past and his relationship with the mystical being known as Kaluu, Kaluu in his own realm having captured the Book of the Vishanti studies it.Finding nothing useful to him Kaluu banishes it.

Five centuries ago, in the Himalayan land of Kamar-Taj, the Ancient One (whose real name is never given) and Kaluu grew up together and studied magic. They cast a spell of prosperity on their village. Kaluu wanted to use his power to serve his own ego, so he hypnotized the other villagers. They crowned him king and followed him in an attack on a neighboring village. The watchful Ancient One finally spoke out, warning that the prosperity spell would be broken by this hostile act. Kaluu put him in stasis and forced him to witness the battle, the looting, and the enslavement of the other village. The Ancient One's prediction came true, and a plague struck the village. Kaluu fled into another dimension, breaking the stasis spell.

Back in the present, Strange learns that Dormammu's attack on Eternity loosened the boundaries of the multiverse, so Kaluu has escaped. Finishing his tale, the Ancient One warns his deciple to brace himself as he sense that Kaluu is about to attack.

Appearing in "If Kaluu Should Triumph..."

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #149.

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  • NYPD Squad Car

Synopsis for "If Kaluu Should Triumph..."

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #149.

Fighting off Kaluu's initial attack, Doctor Strange attempts to fight back but Kaluu has erected a mystical barrier around his Sanctum Sanctorum to keep the Ancient One and Strange trapped. Outside in the streets, Kaluu unleashes his mystical might on the barrier, attracting attention of the police. Inside Strange and the Ancient One must battle against creatures conjured up by the Kaluu, after much battle Strange manages to defeat the creatuers with the Eye of Agamotto. Outside the police try to stop Kaluu who immobilizes them with a spell then unleashes a powerful attack on the Sanctum, intending it to kill Strange and the Ancient One. However, upon entering the Sanctum, Kaluu is infuriated to find that Strange and the Ancient One had somehow managed to escape.

Appearing in "The Conquest of Kaluu!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #150.

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Synopsis for "The Conquest of Kaluu!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #150.

Furious that Doctor Strange and the Ancient One had escaped his attack, Kaluu realizes that the two had used mystic candles to travel out into other realms to try and find the Book of Vishanti, the one thing that might defeat him, however when he tries to blow out the candles he finds that he is unable to do so.

Traveling through time and space, Doctor Strange and the Ancient One travel to Ancient Babalyonia and battle the Griffin, and finally find the Book of the Vishanti. Freeing the book, Strange returns to his Sanctum alone to use it against Kaluu. Attacking Strange with a mystic bolt, Kaluu doesn't expect Strange to use the book as a shield. The mystic bolt is deflected back at Kaluu stunning him.

From his Sanctum in the Himilayias, the Ancient One casts a spell that once again banishes Kaluu to another realm. While in the Dark Dimension, Clea fears that none other than Doctor Strange can hold back the Mindless Ones that had been kept in check during Dormammu's dominion over the realm. However, before she can summon Strange, Dormammu's sister Umar appears in the realm from her banishement to take over control of her brother's former kingdom.

Appearing in "Umar Strikes!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #151.

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Synopsis for "Umar Strikes!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #151.

Umar has just returned from her banishment by Dormammu and has taken over the Dark Dimension. Wanting to catch up on events, she uses a magic lamp to view the recent past, to learn the fate of her brother at the hands of his mortal enemy Doctor Strange. She learns of Strange's origins and many clashes against Baron Mordo and her brother Dormammu. She also learns of her brothers defeat at the hands of Eternity, as well as Doctor Strange's recent victory of Kaluu.

Wishing to succeed where her brother failed, Umar banishes Clea to another realm in order to trick Doctor Strange into coming into battle. When Strange goes to rescue Clea he finds himself transported to strange universe, falling through it completly out of control.

Appearing in "Into the Dimension of Death!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #152.

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  • Umar
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Synopsis for "Into the Dimension of Death!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #152.

Finding himself hurtling through the Dark Dimension, Doctor Strange must battle various creatures, defeating those, he is almost tricked into walking into a mindless abyss. Attacked from afar, Doctor Strange senses an evil female presence that is behind everything. Then he is attacked by two creatures summoned by Umar, who bring them before her. There Umar informs Doctor Strange that his beloved Clea has been trapped in the realm of the Mindless Ones.

Fighting through Clea's mystical barriers, Doctor Strange makes it to the realm of the Mindless Ones, prepared to face any threat in order to save Clea.

Appearing in "Alone Against the Mindless Ones!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #153.

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Synopsis for "Alone Against the Mindless Ones!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #153.

Traveling to the realm of the Mindless Ones to save Clea, Doctor Strange battles the Mindless Ones in both mystic and physical combat, however thanks to Umar's manipulations the Mindless One's always have the upper hand. With his mystical powers drained to their lowest, Doctor Strange still manages to break through the barrier to free Clea. However, Umar reveals that who he thought was Clea was just a disguised Mindless One, which will have no problem destorying Strange now that his powers are weakened.

Appearing in "Clea Must Die!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #154.

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  • Veritas (First appearance)
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Synopsis for "Clea Must Die!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #154.

Forced to battle a lone Mindless One while his mystical powers are depleted, Doctor Strange seeks cover in his astral form to recharge his mystical abilities, the Mindless One with an indestructable victim (thanks to a spell that protects Strange's body) seeks a defeatable opponent.

Strange then returns to the Dark Dimension where he seeks to enter Umar's castle, traveling to the caverns deep below, he is aided by Veritas, a being that helps Strange reach Umar's throne room. While Umar is frightened by the visions under Veritas' cloak, Strange is able to conjure up a mystical screen showing Clea's location, however Umar fires a mystical bolt into the screen that threatens to kill Doctor Strange's love.

Appearing in "The Fearful Finish--!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #155.

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Synopsis for "The Fearful Finish--!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #155.

Racing through a mystical portal to prevent a killer bolt of mystical energy from striking Clea, Doctor Strange manages to deflect it back against Umar. Trying to escape, Doctor Strange and Clea are attacked by many mystical barriers, and spells that are cast by Umar. Unable to free themselves, Doctor Strange calls upon the Ancient One for help. The Ancient One transports the two back to Earth.

Seeing Umar's determination as a threat, the Ancient One banishes Clea to a realm where she will be safe from her. The Ancient One then attempts to do the same thing to Doctor Strange (who begins to wonder if the Ancient One is losing his mind) however Strange resists. When asked why he is trying to send his deciple to another realm, the Ancient One replies by saying that Umar now walks the Earth!

Appearing in "Umar Walks the Earth!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #156.

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Synopsis for "Umar Walks the Earth!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #156.

With Umar on Earth, unleashing her power in New York City, Doctor Strange convinces the Ancient One to come up with some way to defeat her. The Ancient One tells Doctor Strange to free a being by the name of Zom. As Umar destroys Doctor Strange's Sanctum and battles the Ancient One, Doctor Strange succeeds in freeing Zom, and removing the binds from his eyes.

Meeting the Ancient One at Stonehenge, Umar battles the old mystic until Doctor Strange arrives with Zom. Umar tries to stop Zom with her power but finds nothing effects the massive creature and so she retreats. After Zom breaks the chain that binds his hand together and turns his violence against Doctor Strange and the Ancient One.

Appearing in "The End of the Ancient One!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #157.

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Synopsis for "The End of the Ancient One!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #157.

To defeat Umar, Doctor Strange freed Zom, who has trapped him and the Ancient One in the Seven Bands of Cyttorak. The Ancient One sacrifices himself to pass his powers on to Strange; while merging with a stone pillar, he warns of "the coming of" something and says, "the forelock." Zom casts a spatial distortion spell, which Strange escapes with his new strength. Strange grasps Zom's topknot and pulls it loose, at the cost of part of his cloak. Zom seems afraid, as do the mystically attuned of Earth (shown by the All-Seeing Eye of Agamotto). Zom traps Strange in another spell but is dissolved by the coming of ... the Living Tribunal. Because of Strange, Earth's mystics now have a "sense of evil," so their world must be destroyed.

Appearing in "The Sands of Death"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #158.

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Synopsis for "The Sands of Death"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #158.

The Living Tribunal has appeared in judgment of the Earth and judges that it should be destroyed. It explains to Doctor Strange that when he freed Zom and destroying the creatures forelock he had unleashed a terrible power on the Earth. These events have awakened those with latent mystical abilities to become evil and manifest magical abilities, thereby upsetting the cosmic balance and threaten to destroy the universe.

Doctor Strange after fighting a futile battle against the Tribunal, manages to convince it to give him some time to try and stop these newly awakened mystics. The Tribunal agrees, bringing forth the Glass of Doom to count down the time that Doctor Strange has to solve the problem. The Tribunal then disappears to await the final fate of the Earth and Doctor Strange flies off to correct the terrible mistake he has made.

Appearing in "The Evil That Men Do..."

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #159.

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Synopsis for "The Evil That Men Do..."

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #159.

Returning to New York, Doctor Strange finds that his Sanctum is now gone, finding Wong he learns that Umar had attacked it while she was on Earth. However, Strange restores it revealing it was never destroyed just banished. Returning inside, Doctor Strange explains to Wong the outcome of his and the Ancient One's battle with Umar, the freeing of Zom, and the ultimatum that the Living Tribunal had made.

Meanwhile, all the mystics who were "awoken" by the freeing of Zom are now organizing into a large group called the Circle Sinister. Doctor Strange tracks down the Circle to their meeting place where he fights their apparent leader, however as Strange easily defeats this attacker, he soon learns who their real leader is: Baron Mordo, who has just escaped from his mystical prison.

Appearing in "If This Planet You Would Save!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #160.

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Synopsis for "If This Planet You Would Save!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #160.

Confronted by his arch-nemesis, Baron Mordo, leader of the Circle Sinister, Doctor Strange tries to appeal for Mordo's aid in saving the Earth. Mordo refuses to believe Strange at first, setting his minions upon Strange and fighting him one-on-one. However, Strange is able to fight off all attackers and convince Mordo to help collect all the evil mystical essence via a rite of Exorcism. In order to collect all the fragments together, they must be contained in a human host, a role which Mordo agrees to take. After the exorcism is complete and all the evil power unleashed by Zom is collected into Mordo's body, Mordo turns on Strange, striking him down.

Appearing in "And a Scourge Shall Come Upon You!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #161.

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  • London
  • World of the Million Perils aka Planets Perilous

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Synopsis for "And a Scourge Shall Come Upon You!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #161.

Easily overpowering Doctor Strange with his new found power, Baron Mordo banishes the Doctor to another realm, and then begins restoring some of his minions powers to begin plotting anew. Meanwhile, Victoria Bentley, who also gained some measure of power thanks to Zom, finds her transported to the same realm as Doctor Strange.

There Strange must defend Victoria from the many dangers that are present in this realm, battling giant insects. After battling off a giant ant, Doctor Strange and Victoria are confronted by Nebulos, who claims to have summoned them to his realm.

Appearing in "From the Never-World Comes.. Nebulos!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #162.

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Synopsis for "From the Never-World Comes.. Nebulos!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #162.

Nebulos gives Doctor Strange his Staff of Polar Power in order to initiate the creature's own powers. Taking the staff Strange is polarized with Nebulos' Planet Perilious and transported to Earth. There he battles Baron Mordo, the staff absorbing Mordo's excess mystical powers and banishing him to another realm. Traveling back to Stone Henge, Doctor Strange attempts to destroy the Glass of Doom to prevent Earth's destruction, however before he can Nebulos transports Doctor Strange and the Glass back to his planet.

There Nebulos reveals that Victoria is his captor and takes back the staff, however before he can reveal his plot, Doctor Strange spots the Living Tribunal is about to arrive on the planet.

Appearing in "Three Faces of Doom!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #163.

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Synopsis for "Three Faces of Doom!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #163.

The Living Tribunal, learning the excess evil mystical energy has been absorbed into the staff of Nebulos, the Tribunal seeks to destroy, however needing the staff for it's own purposes Nebulos refuses to give it up. As the two beings battle it out, Doctor Strange tries to stop them from destorying each other fearing that Nebulos' destruction would lead to never knowing where Nebulos sent Victoria Bentley.

Temporarily taken out of battle the Tribunal, Doctor Strange fights off the pain causing creature the Tribunal created to keep Strange at bay. Strange then grabs the staff from Nebulos just as the Tribunal had successfully burried the creature in falling rock from a destroyed mountain. Strange hands over the staff to the Tribunal, who in thanks transports Strange to the location of Victoria Bentley.

Appearing in "Nightmare"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #164.

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Synopsis for "Nightmare"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #164.

Doctor Strange finds himself transported to a strange world where he has to fight gigantic and monstrous creatures in his search for Victoria Bentley. Fighting past all the creatures in his way, he finds a cave, where he is greeted by a hologram of the planets lone humanoid and master of science: Yandroth. Yandroth informs Strange that he intends to keep Victoria Bentley as his queen when he uses his scientific genius to conquer the universe. He warns Strange to turn back or suffer the consequences, undaunted Doctor Strange travels deeper into the cave in spite of Yandroth's warning.

Appearing in "The Mystic and the Machine!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #165.

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Synopsis for "The Mystic and the Machine!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #165.

Traveling deeper into the strange cave to try and save Victoria from Yandroth, Scientist Supreme, Doctor Strange comes across the villain's fortress. Strange manages to use his mysical powers to destroy each of the defense machines Yandroth has installed into his complex. When a hand-to-hand fight between the masters of the mystic and scientific arts ends with Strange's victory, Yandroth unleashes his robot Voltorr against the mage.

Appearing in "Nothing Can Halt... Voltorg!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #166.

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Synopsis for "Nothing Can Halt... Voltorg!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #166.

Battling Yandroth's creation Voltorg, Strange slowly begins to learn the machine's flaws. Meanwhile, Yandroth grabs Victoria and attempts to make an escape from his base, which is getting trashed in Strange's battle against Voltorg. Realizing Voltorg will strike at whatever it thinks its target it is, Doctor Strange uses a series of illusions and his levitating ability to trick the machine into smashing its own face with its electric-prods. Strange uses this as an opportunity to destroy the creature. However, Doctor Strange is unable to stop Yandroth from escaping with Victoria through teleportation tubes. Following them, Strange finds himself transported to Stone Henge on Earth, there he is confronted by the spirit of the Ancient One.

Appearing in "This Dream ... This Doom!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #167.

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Synopsis for "This Dream ... This Doom!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #167.

The Resurrected Ancient One reveals to Doctor Strange that he was able to free himself from the stone prison for which he was trapped in following the defeat of Zom. The two then travel togeather to the Ancient One's Sanctum to try and find where Yandroth had taken Victoria Bentley. Using spells they learn that Yandroth had transported the two of them to the Dimension of Dreams. Using a magic gem to transport himself there, Strange finds Yandroth and Victoria. Yandroth unleashes beings from his dreams (barbarians on horse back and sea monsters) to keep Doctor Strange at bay, while he prepares to shoot Strange with a laser.

Appearing in "Exile"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #168.

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Synopsis for "Exile"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #168.

Doctor Strange battles and defeats the imaginary creatures that Yandroth had sent against him in the Dimension of Dreams. Battling Yandroth himself, Strange is able to defeat Yandroth, knocking him to his doom. He then saves Victoria who is being chased by a viking warrior conjured up by the realm. After saving Victoria, the two return to the Earth dimension, where the Ancient One congratulates his disciple.

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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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