Strange #6

Marvel Comics

Written by Jed MacKay

Art by Lee Garbett

Colors by Java Tartaglia

Letters by Cory Petit

The Rundown: Wong goes on a journey to find his missing memories. 

In the wake of Stephen Strange’s murder and the rise of the Blasphemy Cartel, Wong is not only dealing with his own guilt, but also the knowledge that he is missing memories. Memories he believes will help him uncover why the Cartel has been able to operate for so long without his knowledge. His first stop is the Bar with No Doors where he doesn’t get the answers he seeks. 

After meeting with Black Widow and getting one step closer to an answer, Wong decides to pay a visit to Jean Grey and have her comb his mind for the memories that he cannot grasp. Memories that will reveal not only a personal betrayal, but also the dangerous truth about the Blasphemy Cartel. 

The Story: Jed MacKay continues to craft an interesting story with this series and the focus on Wong for this issue was perfect. I really enjoyed the fact that he has been given an arc as well an opportunity to deal with his own grief. The story takes some great twists and turns as well as offering some great cameos and a cliffhanger that is engaging. 

The Art: Garbett offers some fantastic visuals throughout the issue. The action is fantastic and I love the dark, film noir style of the art and how it complements the detective noir tone of the story. 

Strange #6



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