Dr. Strange
Biographical Information
Full name Stephen Strange
Year of Birth November 18, 1968
Place of Birth Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Current Alias Dr. Strange
Aliases Master of the Mystic Arts, Master of Black Magic, Dr. Stephen Sanders, Captain Universe, Vincent Steven
Nicknames Steve
Physical Information
Gender Male
Height 6'0"
Hair color Brown
Eye color Brown
Species Human
Unusual Features
Family Information
Family Eugene Strange (father, deceased)

Beverly Strange (mother, deceased)
Victor Strange (Khiron) (brother, apparently deceased)
Donna Strange (sister, deceased)
Hugo Strange (cousin)
Clea (wife, estranged)

Marital Status Married
Alignment Good
Identity Public Identity
Citizenship American
Occupation Sorcerer, former physician and world-renowned neurosurgeon
Education Medical doctorate
Base Of Operations
Affiliation Avengers
Episode Count
First Appearance
Latest Appearance
"Oh, I'm so sorry. Forgive me. I'll try and be a tad more quiet as I desperately struggle to break free -- and save all creation!"
Dr. Strange[src]

Stephen "Steve" Strange was the "Master Of The Mystical Arts" and a part time member of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers.

Early LifeEdit

At a young age, Stephen Strange had dreams of becoming a doctor. The eldest child of three, Strange was born in 1968 while his parents Eugene and Beverly Strange were vacationing in Philadelphia. At the age of eleven he aided his younger sister Donna when she was injured, which proved to be a formative experience for him, and he was inspired to attend med school after high school.

Medical CareerEdit

Stephen rapidly finished med school at a young age and became a successful neurosurgeon.

Strange displayed phenomenal talent in his chosen field, and quickly attained wealth and notoriety. The more successful he became, the more arrogant he grew. Eventually this led to estrangement from his family and the undoing of his relationship with a United Nations translator named Madeline Revell to whom he had proposed marriage. So distant and self-absorbed did he become that he refused to visit his father on his deathbed. His enraged younger brother Victor Strange berated him for this, and then was killed as he ran into traffic. Stephen then placed the body of his brother into cryogenic storage.

Accident and PowersEdit

Around 1999, Strange was involved in a debilitating car accident. Though surgeons were able to save Strange, the nerves in his hands were severely damaged. He was no longer able to be a surgeon, yet he refused to become an assistant or consultant, instead squandering his money traveling the world and searching for a cure. One day he heard a rumor of a mystical personage known as the Ancient One in Tibet. Marshaling the last of his inner and outer resources, Strange diligently searched until the fortress of the Ancient One was revealed to him. Though initially outraged that the aged mystic refused to cure his hands, Strange’s anger was quickly replaced by amazement when the reality of magical forces was demonstrated before his eyes as he witnessed an attack on the Ancient One.

Circumstances revealed to Strange that it was none other than Baron Mordo, the Ancient One’s chief disciple, who was the perpetrator of the attack, and who continued to plot the destruction of the antediluvian mystic in an attempt to gain power. To his horror, Strange learned he was unable to reveal this after Mordo easily ensorcelled him. Realizing the Ancient One was a force for good; Stephen selflessly abandoned his quest to restore his hands and committed himself to magical tutelage with the intention of foiling Mordo’s insidious scheme. By this act Strange proved himself to the Ancient One, to whom the entire melodrama had been transparent.

The Good Doctor StrangeEdit

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