Dr. Strange: Surgeon Supreme #06
Behind the mask, the conclusion of Dr. Strange: Surgeon Supreme. We finally get the answer we have all been waiting for: is Anthony Ludgate a true ally or an enemy?
I am a little sad that the series has ended. The way it was written I believe it was supposed to go long term, but with COVID, shipping delays, and so on, could have contributed to the cancellation of the series. I believe they had a lot going for them.
If you are a fan of Dr. Strange you will probably enjoy the series. For new readers, I do believe it will be a little more difficult to connect with the characters without prior knowledge. I was expecting a little more from the big bad. With that being said, I enjoyed the run.
I believe it was issue one, I said something along the lines the art wasn’t for me but was still good. I take all that back now. It may have taken me a quick second to appreciate the art, but my goodness did they deliver. The amount of detail in every panel, every page is truly outstanding. Give me Walker and Tartaglia any day of the week.
I do hope they come out with a trade paperback version of this run. If I had to choose to read it in singles or all in one sitting, it would be the later. I think the story is interesting, the art is fantastic and I believe it would come together a little better than singles.
Overall, Waid and Walker’s run, ended short, I would have loved to see what they could have done and possibly built more in character development for new readers and could have had an awesome run. I am glad I got to read it. If you are a Dr. Strange fan, please let me know below in the comments what you think of the story.
Dr. Strange: Surgeon Supreme #6 finds out who his enemies and friends are, sad this is the final issue of the current series.
Dr. Strange: Surgeon Supreme #6: The End Has Come Before It's Time
Writing - 7/107/10
Storyline - 7/107/10
Art - 8/108/10
Color - 9/109/10
Cover Art - 9/109/10
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