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From the Mouths of the Marvels:

"Worrying about others has ever been your fatal weakness, Strange! I am hampered by no such senseless fears! Secure in my power, I strike at will - - with never a care for any who may blunder into harm!"

-- the evil Baron Mordo, page 5


Dr. Strange races through the ruins, Mordo in hot pursuit!

 

Doctor Strange from Strange Tales #125
October 1964 10 pages

Script: Stan Lee Letters: Artie Simek
Pencils: Steve Ditko Inks: George Roussos


Title: "Mordo Must Not Catch Me!

Villain: Baron Mordo

Guest Appearance: Ancient One

Innovations: First named appearance of the Eye of Agamotto

Letters Page: No letters page in this issue!


Synopsis: While Dr. Strange reviews his magical tomes, he is attacked by three apparitions sent by Mordo. He easily defeats them, but worries they portend great evil, so he consults the Eye of Agamotto to find where the source of this danger lies. He finds that it is in Tibet- near the Ancient One. But when he tries to find the Ancient One with his amulet, he cannot, and worries about his master's fate. Just then, Baron Mordo comes into the room and informs Strange that he has captured the Ancient One so he cannot help the good magician in his final battle with Mordo. Baron Mordo launches an all-out attack on Dr. Strange, who runs from him across the surface of the planet, trying to find the Ancient One and release him.

He finally finds him hidden in the Himalayas, and as he goes to free him, Mordo chortles that he will not be able to. But Dr. Strange turns the amazing power of his amulet on his enemy, and the arrogant magician tries hard to beat the light down, but cannot. Strange's power is too great and he chases Baron Mordo away, rescuing the wise Ancient One.

--synopsis and panel images by Gormuu


Issues Reprinted
Doctor Strange from Strange Tales #110-111, 114-141

Click on cover image to learn more about each issue.

 
ST #110 ST #111 ST #114 ST #115 ST #116 ST #117
ST #118 ST #119 ST #120 ST #121 ST #122 ST #123
ST #124 ST #125 ST #126 ST #127 ST #128 ST #129
ST #130 ST #131 ST #132 ST #133 ST #134 ST #135
ST #136 ST #137 ST #138 ST #139 ST #140 ST #141

 

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