Doctor Strange #11
Written by Jed MacKay
Art by Danilo S. Beyruth
Colors by KJ Diaz
Letters by Cory Petit
The Rundown: Stephen and Clea take on a dangerous mission, entertaining a powerful, magical baby.
In order to get to know her new sister better, Clea and Strange decide to take baby Donna to Coney Island and spend some time together. Unfortunately, they underestimate how powerful the baby is becoming when she decides to explore the area on her own.
Sending Bats to look for her while they take to the skies, Clea and Stephen attempt to track the erratic path of her powers while a new Circus of Crime discovers firsthand how dangerous the child can be when she wants to have some fun.
The Story: A fun and entertaining issue from MacKay. I like the slice of life, laid back format of the story and how it connects the characters in a new and interesting way. The story has a lot of fun moments throughout it and it works as a great way to clear the air from the last big arc for Strange. It also gives the reader a great insight into the relationship between Stephen and Clea and how it potentially evolve.
The Art: Beyruth delivers some great art in the issue. The lighter tone of the story works well with the visual style of it while also allowing for great moments of action and comedy.