The Three Mothers might be connected to the DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE

by Charles LePage

DRSDEATH2021003_CVR-198x300 The Three Mothers might be connected to the DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGECheck out the new team of villains called The Three Mothers when they debut in DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE.

The press release follows:

Media Release — The Marvel Universe will be the target of new and fascinating mystical threats when the Sorcerer Supreme falls in THE DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE, an upcoming limited series launching this September. Written by Jed MacKay with art by Lee Garbett, DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE will present the final saga of Stephen Strange and explore the dangerous repercussions his death will unleash on the world he so fiercely guarded. With no Sorcerer Supreme, Earth is left entirely defenseless and fans can get their first glimpse at a new team of villains that will take advantage of this new status quo on the cover of November’s DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE #3: THE THREE MOTHERS!

Designed by series artist Lee Garbett, this deadly trio are unlike any the Marvel Universe has encountered before: the Wyrd, an alien mage-priestess; the Crown, a powerful warrior-queen; and the Crawling, a monstress composed of acid-mouthed worms. Will they be the Marvel Universe’s undoing? And were they the ones who killed Stephen Strange?! In the vein of the Thanos’ legendary Black Order, don’t dare miss the debut of the next great Marvel villain team!

And that’s not all November will bring. Announced this past week were two all-new DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE one-shots!

Written by Jed MacKay with art by Marcelo Ferreira, DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE: SPIDER-MAN #1 will reveal that Doctor Strange had a last request for Spider-Man in case of his death, but will current Spider-Man Ben Reilly be up to the task? And is Black Cat tagging along to keep an eye on Ben or to sabotage him?

Writer Alyssa Wong will team up with artist Andie Tong in DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE: WHITE FOX #1 which will see Ami Han, the last of the mystical shape-shifting Kumiho, tested like never before. In the wake of Doctor Strange’s death, a mysterious threat with dark ties to White Fox’s origin will surface to reveal shocking secrets about White Fox’s origin and change her future forever. This startling one-shot will also guest star Sword Master and Tiger Division and will lay to the groundwork for exciting upcoming stories starring these heroes.

Check out Kaare Andrew’s DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE #3 cover below as well as Lee Garbett’s original designs for The Three Mothers. Stay tuned for more DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE including reveals of even more wilder threats and prepare to meet The Three Mothers when DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE #3 arrives in November. For more information, visit Marvel.com.

On Sale 9/22

DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE #1 (OF 5) (JUL210564)

Written by JED MACKAY
Art by LEE GARBETT
Cover by KAARE ANDREWS

On Sale 10/20

DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE #2 (OF 5)

Written by JED MACKAY
Art by LEE GARBETT
Cover by KAARE ANDREWS

On Sale 10/27

DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE: AVENGERS #1
Written by ALEX PAKNADEL
Art by RYAN BODENHEIM
Cover by STEVE SKROCE

STRANGE ACADEMY PRESENTS: DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE #1
Written by SKOTTIE YOUNG
Art by MIKE DEL MUNDO
Cover by HUMBERTO RAMOS

DODSSM2021001cov-200x300 The Three Mothers might be connected to the DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGEOn Sale 11/17

DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE #3 (OF 5)
Written by JED MACKAY
Art by LEE GARBETT
Cover by KAARE ANDREWS

DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE: SPIDER-MAN #1
Written by JED MACKAY
Art by MARCELO FERREIRA
Cover by GREG LAND

On Sale 11/24

DEATH OF DOCTOR STRANGE: WHITE FOX #1
Written by ALYSSA WONG
Art by ANDIE TONG
Cover by R1c0
Variant Cover by PEACH MOMOKO

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