Read Doctor Strange, Vol. 4: Mr. Misery Online Free - As magic faced its last days, Mr. Misery helped Doctor Strange defeat the Empirikul. But that doesn't make Misery a hero. Not one bit. Now the nightmarish creature is about to show Strange the full meaning of his name - and he'll do it by visiting pain and suff ering on one of the Doc's closest allies! The Sorcerer Supreme won't stand for that -but to bring the thunder down on Misery, he needs a little help from Thor! Then, Clea walks back into Doctor Strange's life just as he's picking up the pieces from the worst beating he's ever taken. Is she there to make things all better -or will she make that battle feel like a walk in the park for Stephen? Plus: Savor the debut of the Sorcerers Supreme!
COLLECTING: DOCTOR STRANGE 17-20, ANNUAL 1
|Title||:||Doctor Strange, Vol. 4: Mr. Misery|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
December 13, 2017
After an excellent beginning and an unfortunate dip in quality in the middle of their run, Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo go out on a real high. This volume had everything I want from a Dr. Strange book (other than to have it read to me by Vincent Price) and I loved every little bit of it, especia...
October 25, 2017
After two lackluster volumes, Jason Aaron managed to somewhat recapture the magic of his first Doc Strange book in this final arc. It's a sweet, fun and quirky sendoff that almost makes me forgive volumes two and three for being as bad as they were. Aaron brings his story full circle, ending it r...
November 10, 2017
Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo finish up their run by finally taking care of Mr. Misery. (Anyone else think of the Elliot Smith song, Miss Misery every time we hear this cancerous goo villain's name?) Hopefully the new creative team won't be so focused on having Strange eating gross food. I liked...
October 28, 2017
After 2 volumes rather so-so, Aaron & crew bring their run to a satisfying conclusion.
We left Wong in a dire situation when vol.3 ended but our favorite mystic saves the day-at a predictable cost for himself-with the help of... the goddess of thunder herself, cleverly introduced in the plot....
December 22, 2017
[Read as single issues]
Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo close out their Doctor Strange run by pitting Stephen against his worst enemy - the physical embodiment of all of the pain he has avoided for years, Mister Misery. He's gross, y'all.
After The Last Days Of Magic, it took a while for Doctor Stran...
August 03, 2017
Taken as a whole, Jason Aaron's Doctor Strange run is coherent and satisfying - definitely one of the highlights of a rocky period for Marvel as a whole. But it still ends up reading more like a series bible than a fully-fledged series. Strange certainly needed that repair work - nobody has known...
January 05, 2018
Oh, hey there Thor. I see you, Zelma: one of my favorite fictional librarian
July 10, 2017
Okay, I think I've sated myself on comics. 4 volumes of Doctor Strange in 2 days. Ready to go back to being a grown up now.
December 26, 2017
Continuing his battle against Mr. Misery from the last novel, this time, Misery has Wong. Strange knows he can get him back, but first must deal with the regrown tumors in 20 of his patients that Misery has regrown. Needing help, he calls in Thor, but only wants to speak with Jane Foste...
November 11, 2017
UMMMMM SO I READ THE FOURTH VOLUME BEFORE THE THIRD THAT MAKES MORE SENSE HAHAHAHAHAHA so this review means nothing basically
This volume lacked some coherence, but it was ultimately an enjoyable read.
This Stephen Strange isn’t a jarring character like he could be. There’s balance to him that I...