Interview: Roy Thomas on Doctor Strange
04 Aug. 2017

Interview: Roy Thomas on Doctor Strange


Kurtis talks to long-time Marvel writer, editor and editor-in-chief Roy Thomas about Doctor Strange! Roy wrote Strange in the 60s, editing his revival in the 70s and return to writing the title in the 90s! This is a companion episode to Doctor Strange, Ep. 3: A Separate Reality.

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  1. and also saw the Sorcerer Supreme go up against characters like Hobgoblin, the Juggernaut, and other villains. The early part of the series featured some downright gorgeous artwork by Jackson Guice. Roy Thomas will go down in history as the most prolific Dr. Strange writer, and man, beginning with Guice, did he have a murderer’s row of artists with him on the character (seriously: Dan Adkins, Tom Palmer, Jackson “Butch” Guice, Jim Valentino, Chris Marrinan, Tony DeZuniga, Dan Lawlis, Geof Isherwood, Frank Lopez). Brian K. Vaughn and Marcos Martin should have been the defining creative team of the good Doctor’s modern era.

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