SINIFER

Real Name: Sinifer.
    His real name likely cannot be pronounced or even understood by humans, so let's not even pretend

Identity/Class: Extra-dimensional (Faltinian) magical energy creature

Nature of abilities: magical/energy

Occupation: Indescribable in human terms

Group Membership: Faltine

Affiliations: Faltine

Enemies: Dormammu, Kalijulaa, Rukkoplu, Umar, Wenigkyt

Known Relatives: Clea (grand-daughter); Dormammu (scion); Flyx (kin); Pharnovion (kin); Umar (scion);
    see comments

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Faltine

First Appearance: Doctor Strange III#22/2 (October 1990) 

Powers/Abilities:  All Faltinians are made of, and control, vast amount of mystical energies in ways that are virtually incomprehensible for human minds; it was stated that the energy released by the materialization of a full-fledged Faltinian on Earth might incinerate half of New York City.
    A Faltinian can send projections of himself in lower dimensions, investing them with his awareness and a portion of his energies.

History:  (Dr. Strange III#22/2) - Sinifer spawned two new Faltinians, Dormammu and Umar, who were unlike their progenitor, due to an accident of nature or a mutation. (The exact cause was never revealed.)

Dormammu and Umar were guilty of the worst perversion known to the Faltinians: they craved, or lusted, for matter. When Sinifer tried to put an end to that abominable practice, they transmuted him into matter, effectively killing him.

That unprecedented, horrifying crime rallied all the Faltinians against Dormammu and Umar who were forced to flee their native universe.

(Dr. Strange III Annual#2/5 fb) - Flyx (later revealed to be Dormammu in disguise) used a feud between Sinifer's kin and Kalijulaa's kin to trick Clea into following him on a quest to locate more sources of power and alliances.
 

Comments: Created by Jean-Marc Lofficier, Roy Thomas (writers) and Lee Weeks (artist).

  The name "Sinifer" was borrowed from a 1964 French science fiction novel, L'Astéroide Noir [The Black Asteroid] by B.-R. Bruss in which Sinifer was a powerful and ultimately mysterious extra-dimensional alien from some far-flung, unfathomable dimension. There is, really, no reasons why the two Sinifers could not have been one and the same.

A pox on John McDonagh for bringing this up...
    Does Sinifer have other known relatives?....maybe.
    According to the series Hellcat, Dormammu is the father of Satannish, who is in turn the father of--I still can't believe this idea ever made it to print--Hellstorm.

OK, first of all the second part (regarding Hellstorm) is false.

Secondly, Satannish has been confirmed as Class Two demon by numerous sources, including multiple editions of the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe:

"Profile by" Jean-Marc Lofficier (yes, that Jean-Marc Lofficier!--Snood).

CLARIFICATIONS:  
Sinifer should be distinguished from:

Flyx should be distinguished from:




The Faltine

 

The Faltine is both  the name of a very old and very dense (i.e.: with a greater number of spatial dimensions than three, as is the case in our universe) universe (or, improperly, "dimension"), and of its native race, although those are also referred to as "Faltinians". We shall use the latter term to distinguish the natives from their universe.

There is no matter in the Faltine, only energy in various forms. The Faltinians are pure energy creatures whose entire life, civilization and pursuits are based on differentiating between degrees and kinds of energy (e.g.: between a quark and a gluon). These differences are as important to them as the difference between lead and gold would be to a human.

The Faltinians reproduce by scissiparity (fission): a little like Earth amoebas. The goal of every Faltinian is to gather more and choicer combination of energies. When that happens, a Faltinian "genitor" or "progenitor" gives birth to a "scion" - or "kin-being" - who is devoted to him. The purpose of each Faltinian is, naturally, to increase the size of his "clan". This gives rise to complex family relationships (such as being a "third quark proto-scion") and unending feuds.

Here is how
Flyx described a feud currently involving Sinifer's clan:

"
Five hundred lesser cycles ago [the duration of a Faltinian "cycle" is unknown] ... two of the Faltine commenced a most unseemly feud: It seems that a Faltinian known as Kalijulaa attacked one Pharnovion, a kin-being of Sinifer, and valenced a gluon from Pharnovion's sub-atomic chain. However, he did not have time to assimilate it because he, in turn, was ambushed by his third quark proto-scion Wenigkyt who immediately claimed the allegiance of Pharnovion's kin-grouping [presumably the unique combination of energies stolen from Pharnovion by Kalijulaa, and then by Wenigkyt enabled the latter to command the resources of at least a portion of Pharnovion's immediate kin-grouping]. But meanwhile, a fourth Faltine Rukkoplu allied itself with Kalijulaa..."

Matter being a "dead" form of energy is considered particularly vile and repugnant by Faltinian standard, like excrement or putrefying matter on Earth. The most famous Faltinians of all were Dornmammu and Umar, who were exiled from their native universe for craving matter and having killed their progenitor.

Faltinians have been known to lend power to mages of lower dimensions who invoke them. Presumably the spells used by said mages enable the Faltinians to access or rearrange energies in ways which are favorable to their purposes, and they reciprocate in granting the spell user limited and controlled access to their own vast supply of general-purpose energies.

First Appearance: Spell form: Amazing Spider-Man Annual#2 (Summer 1965);
    Dormammu: Strange Tales I#126 (November, 1964)
    actual representation of true Faltinian form: Doctor Strange III#22/2 (October, 1990)
 

History:  (Amazing Spider-Man Annual#2) - Xandu uses this invocation to banish Spider-Man: "Demons of darkness!/ In the name of Satannish! / By the Flames of the Faltine / Let Spider-Man vanish!"

(Strange Tales I#142) - The Demon uses a spell to release Doctor Strange: "
By the mystic moons of Munnopor / By the demons of night and day / By the flames of the flawless Faltine / Let yon spell be dissolved away!"

(Strange Tales I#142) - Tazza exclaimed: "By the Flames of the Faltine!"


(Strange Tales I#150) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine.


(Strange Tales I#151) - "
By the flames of the Faltine / I command you -- show me! / What Umar wills must ever be! / Such is my power, my dark sorcery!"

(Strange Tales I#155) - "
By the demons of darkness / in the name of Satannish / by the Flames of the Faltine / Let the deadly sting vanish!" and "Let the fiery Flames of the Faltine / Free you of your sudden bondage! / Let that which I ordain come to pass!"

(Strange Tales I#156) - "
By the demons of darkness / In the name of Satannish / By the Flames of the Faltine / Let Umar now vanish!"

(Strange Tales I#159)- Same as in #156 but now it is "
Let Umar's spell vanish!"

(Strange Tales I#160) - Strange used the Flames of the Faltine as defense against Mordo's lackeys attacks.
Later Strange cast a banishment spell: "
By the Hoary Host of Hoggoth / By the flawless Faltine's Flame / Let thy wicked power vanish / Go thee back to whence thou came!"

(Strange Tales I#161) - Strange exclaimed: "By the Flames of the Faltine--"

(Strange Tales I#163) - The Living Tribunal surrounded itself with the Flames of the Faltine. Then he shot a Bolt of Cosmic Lightning, the flames consumed mountains.


(Strange Tales I#164) - Strange exclaimed: "By the Flames of the Faltine--"

(Strange Tales I#165) - "
By the full powers at my command / Let the Flames of the Faltine blast that which threatens me!"

(Strange Tales I#166) - Strange exclaimed: "By the flickering flames of the Faltine!"

(Doctor Strange I#173) - "
In the name of the All-seeing / In the name of the All-freeing / Let the Flames of the Faltine / Now free me from this maddening merciless vertigo!"
(Doctor Strange I#176) - Strange used the Flames of the Faltine and loosened deadly tendrils created by Asmodeus' Crystals of Conquest.


(Doctor Strange I#177) - "
By the Shades of the Seraphim / which rule the black of night / By the Flames of the Faltine / Let all be bathed in -- light!"

(Doctor Strange I#178) - "
By the demons of darkness / In the name of Satannish / By the Flames of the Faltine / Let yon revelers vanish!"

(Doctor Strange I#179) - Xandu conjured a dimensional portal wich started gulping down Spider Man: "Demons of Darkness!/In the name of Satannish!/By the Flame of Faltine!/Let Spider-Man vanish!"

(Doctor Strange I#181) - "From their bitter blazing land / May the Faltine raise their hand / May their flames now leap and hiss -- / open wide great abyss!"

(Sub-Mariner#22) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine.

(Defenders I#15) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine.

(Marvel Premiere#8) - "Let the Flames of the Faltine blaze forth / to quell this unholy usurpation of inanimate matter! / Back to your former shapes / let that frightful spirit that is within you -- begone!"

(Defenders I#22) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine: "Che le Fiamme di Faltine lo tengano immobile=[attempt at re-translating--Spidermay]Let the Faltine Flames hold him still.".

(Doctor Strange II#8) - Clea conjured the Flames of the Faltine. 

(Doctor Strange II#12) - Strange conjured the Flame of the Faltine. Later Mordo attacked Clea: "Demons of darkness / in the name of Satannish / by the Flames of the Faltine / let Clea's mind vanish!" (nearly the same as Strange Tales #156).

(Defenders I#31) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine.

(Doctor Strange II#23) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine.

(Doctor Strange II#27) - Strange, whose exixtence was imprisoned by Stygyro in the Planes of Pohldakh, conjured the Flames of the Faltine and managed to melt the Planes fragments together, then, invoking the Vishanti, freed himself.

(Doctor Strange II#31) - Clea conjured the Flames of the Faltine.

(Doctor Strange II#33) - "I call upon the Flames of the Faltine to dissolve this frigid prison as the Shield of the Seraphim surrounds my love with its warming glow. Let the unquenchable Flames of the Faltine consume you in their emerald embrace." What the--?

(Doctor Strange II#34) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine: "Let the unquenchable Flames of the Faltine consume you in their emerald embrace." (nearly the same as Doctor Strange II#33)

(Defenders I#57) - Clea used the Flames of Faltine against the AIM War robot, but it turned them back on her.

(Doctor Strange II#38) - "From the bitter blazing land / may the Faltine raise their hand / may their flames now leap and hiss / open wide a great abyss!" (Same as Doctor Strange I#181)

(Doctor Strange II#39) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine.

(Doctor Strange II#40) - "By the Hoary Host of Hoggoth / By the Flawless Faltine's flame / let thy wicked power vanish! / Go back to whence thou came!" (Same as Strange Tales I#160). Later, Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine.

(Doctor Strange II#42) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine. 

(Defenders I#71) - Clea opened a dimensional portal to Tunnelworld: "By the Flames of the Faltine, by the Ancient Seer, / let the mystic doorway now appear!"

(Defenders I#75) - To put out a fire Clea starte a spell: "By the shades of the Seraphim, by the Flames of Faltine..." but she was interrupted.

(Doctor Strange II#43) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine. (but they seemed the Rings of Raggadorr--Spidermay)

(Doctor Strange II#44) - Shialmar conjured the Flames of the Faltine. 

(Marvel Fanfare I#6/2) - Ian McNee invoked the Faltine in a mystic combat against Dr. Strange by using the Flames of the Faltine.

(Doctor Strange II#51) - Anthony Baskerville performed a necromancy: "Per l'orda demoniaca di Denak / per la fiamma alle Faltine strappata, / per la scarlatta notte di Draggus, / lasciate che Mordo rinasca!=[attempt at re-translating--Spidermay] By the dreaded demons of Denak / by the Faltine flame which was struck, / by Draggus' crimson night, / let Mordo reborn to might!". 

(Doctor Strange II#51) - Umar conjured the Flames of the Faltine: "Fiamme delle Faltine venite... conglobatevi / Acquisite voce e siate i miei veggenti!=[attempt at re-translating--Spidermay] Flames of the Faltine come here / take voice and be my seer!". The Flames replied to Umar as an oracle, by enigmas.

(Doctor Strange II#59) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine: "Fiamme delle Faltine, luce smeraldina, / racchiudete questo nemico in fasce luminose.=[attempt at re-translating--Spidermay] Flames of the Faltine, emerald light / entrap this enemy in stripes of bright! "

(Doctor Strange II#60) - Strange conjured the Flame of the Faltine: "Che il potere onniveggente sopraffaccia l'osceno, / in quest'ora disperata, con la fiamma delle Faltine.=[attempt at re-translating--Spidermay] Let the all-seeing power overwhelm the obscene, / in this desperate hour, with the flame of the Faltine.". 

(Power Man and Iron Fist#100) - Master Khan conjured the Flames of the Faltine: "As Raggador rings 'round you, / let Faltine's flame be felt, / burn fiercer without ceasing /'til flesh, like steel, shall melt"

(Doctor Strange II#65) - Strange conjured the Flame of the Faltine to get back into the portal the demons called by Kerwin Havelock: "Odimi o sapiente Vishanti! / Esaudisci la mia invocazione e rinnova la mia forza / perché io possa salvare tutti gli innocenti da questa schiera blasfema! / Venti di Watoomb montate e vorticate attorno a queste creature si' indegne / che le intonse fiamme delle Faltine le respingano nei piani di Pohldahk.=[attempt at re-translating--Spidermay] Oh, all-seeing Vishanti, hear me! / Renew my strength and fulfil my plea / to protect the innocents from this blasphemous fear! / Winds of Watoomb grow and swirl around / these creatures from beyond the bound / Let the Flames of the Faltines enligthen the dark / and banish them to the Planes of Pohldakk."

(Doctor Strange II#68) - Strange conjured a flaming elemental: "Flames of the Faltine, hear me...".

(Doctor Strange II#69) - A sea serpent attacked Strange using the Flames of the Faltine. Strange protectet himself with the Shield of the Seraphim.

(Dr. Strange II#71 (fb)) - Dormammu and Umar are identified as Faltinians.

(Doctor Strange II#76) - Strange pronounced a spell of banisment: "In nome delle sentinelle dell'oscurita', / per la sacra scintilla delle Faltine! / Per gli anelli di Raggadorr / piu' non venire la' dove il sole regna! / Ora sii esiliata dal piano mortale! / E piu' non predare su uomo mortale!=[attempt at re-translating--Spidermay] By the name of the sentinels in the dark, / by the Faltines' sacred spark! / By the Raggadorr's rings / do not come where the sun springs! / Now be banished from the mortal plan! / And no more prey any mortal man!".

(Doctor Strange II#77) - Strange used another spell of banishment: "Per la fiamma che dalle Faltine sorge / per la vuota pira di Orlannon / torna da dove sei venuto / ancora una volta imprigionato dal sacro fuoco!=[attempt at re-translating--Spidermay] By the Faltine who spawn the fire / by Orlannon's empty pyre / return from whence you came / still imprisoned by the sacred flame!

(Doctor Strange II#79) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine.

(Doctor Strange II#80) - Strange cast a unintelligible spell. Flames (of the Faltine? Unknown.--Spidermay) burnt giant bacterias.

(Strange Tales II#2) - Strange exlamed: "By the Flames of the Faltine, you will have nothing!" and extinguished a fire.

(Doctor Strange III#5) - Strange fought Mordo and conjured Faltines Fires: "By the shadowy shades which rule the black of night / let Faltines Fires now pierce you / with a thousand points of lights!".

(Doctor Strange III#7/1) - Strange invoked Faltine to banish Agamotto: "By Faltine and Ikonn and dark Valtorr, / by Seraphim, Denak and Raggadorr / by Dormammu, Watoomb and Cyttorak / Agamotto be now hurled back!".

(Doctor Strange III#8/1) - Strange casted a sleep spell on Mephista invoking the Fires of the Faltine: "By the Fires the Faltine danced / may Mephista be entranced!".

(Doctor Strange III#18) - Strange exclaimed: "By the Flames of the Faltine, release that man!".

(Doctor Strange III#23/1) - Umar broke the Exorcism of Transferral: "May the Flames of the Faltine / which crackle like thunder / burn the spell which afflicts them / till it burst all asunder!".

(Doctor Strange III#25) - Strange conjured the Flames of the Faltine.

(Ghost Rider III#12) - Strange banished demons in the dimensional portal whence they came: "E per le Fiamme delle Faltine... / e per il potere del Vishanti...cosi' sara'!=[attempt at re-translating--Spidermay] And by the Flames of the Faltine... /and by the power of the Vishanti... so be it!"

(Doctor Strange III#28) - Strange was conjuring the Flames of the Faltine: "From their incandescent land, / may the Faltine reach their hand... / stretch it wide across the abyss... / which does burn and flare and hiss... /let their flaming fingers now... / pluck the blaze from Demon's br..(ow)". But he interrupted the spell.

(Doctor Strange III#29) - Strange used the Flames of the Faltine in an exorcism on Topaz who was into a Circle of Containment: "In the name of the All-Freeing / by the Orb of the All-Seeing /be Oshtur's might omnipotent / from distant bright domain be sent / may now the flames of the fierce Faltine / rise in crescendo at my keen / and in epic, awesome test / drive out the Demon from Topaz's breast!". Continuing: "Come forth, o demon--at my spoken command / come forth, grasped by Hoggoth's most-ghostly pale hand / abandon this female pain-racked inner vista / and stand here before me this instant / Mephista!"

(Doctor Strange III#30) - Strange and Mephista conjured the Flames of the Faltines.

(Doctor Strange III#35) - Clea conjured the Flames of the Faltine.

(Marvel Super-Heroes III#12) - Augustyne Phyffe banished some beetles summoned by Wandor: "In the name of the merciless Merlyn / let the flames of the Faltine / now free me from this maddening din!"

(Doctor Strange III#39) - Strange conjured a Gateway of Flame, also called Faltinian Gateway, leading to the Dimension Beyond..

(Doctor Strange III#40) - Clea conjured the Faltinian Flames.

(Doctor Strange III#49) - A Faltinian was among the entities invoked by Dr. Strange who collectively demanded their due from him. Strange pronounced the Emancipation Incantation to be free form their control: "Satannish, Watoomb and Raggadorr / Ikonn, the Seraphim and Cyttorak / Agamotto, Oshtur and Muniporr / Hoggoth, the Faltine, Valtorr and Denak! / Those whom I named plus other I'v omitted / whose who threatened my cherished liberty / hark to this irrevocable decree: / such enslavement will not be permitted / your claims on my person I now reject / all demands of servitude I must deny / for your wisdom and might I've the utmost respect / but the price for its use is far too high / better the path I walk be mine alone / hear now these words: let my fate be my own!"

(Doctor Strange III#55) - Dormammu exclaimed: "By the Faltine I once was!".

(Doctor Strange and Doom: Triumph and Torment) - Strange suggested: "Strengthen your Shields with the sign of the Seraphim... or invoke the Flames of the Faltine!". Later started casting a spell invoking the Faltine Fire: "By the Seven Suns of Cinnibus, by the raging Faltine Fire... " but interrupted the spell.

(Defenders II#5) - Strange tried to shatter Yandroth's curse usinf the Faltinian Flames, but failed.

    This is an incomplete listing of Faltinian evocations -- additional entries are welcome. So what does all this add to our knowledge of the Faltine? Very little. They're "flawless", a terms that oddly reflects their pure energy nature. Their "land" [universe] is "bitter" and "blazing" which is certainly true if one considers that, assuming that the concept of temperature is meaningful, we are dealoing with a supreaconducting universe that exists in a state of absolute zero.
    We also know that the Flames can be emerald and from the last ballon of Strange Tales I#144, Stan Lee says about the Flame of the Faltines: "...may the furious flame of the Faltine never find thy fireplace!..."--Spidermay

Comments: Created (in spell form) by Stan Lee (writers) and Steve Ditko (artist);
    (actual representation) by Jean-Marc Lofficier, Roy Thomas (writers) and Lee Weeks (artist).


Flyx

First Appearance: Dr. Strange III Annual#2/5 (Summer 1992) 

Powers/Abilities:  Flyx was a full-fledged Faltinian who had adopted the form of an Earth faerie creature in order to not inflict harm on the lower dimensions (such as Earth) when traveling there.

History:  (Dr. Strange III Annual#2/5) - Flyx introduced himself as Clea's "cousin" from the Faltine and sought to enlist her help in a feud between Sinifer's kin and Kalijulaa's kin. Together they traveled to the Purple Dimension where they defeated Aggamon and secured valuable power gems.

(Dr. Strange III#43) - Clea and Flyx continued their search.

( Dr. Strange III#48) - Flyx was revealed to have been Dormammu in disguise, having used this scheme to regain control of the Dark Dimension.

 

 

 

 


Comments:  Created by Jean-Marc Lofficier, Roy Thomas (writers) and Frank Lopez (penciller) and Jimmy Palmiotti (inker).

The Flyx that we saw may have been a Dormammu impersonation but it is the considered opinion of this writer, the co-creator of the character, that there is a real Flyx in the Faltine (besides, Dormammu would not have taken the chance of impersonating a Faltinian who didn't exist and risk being exposed) and that, therefore, the information imparted by Flyx to Clea about the Faltine and her kin-beings is indeed true.


images: (without ads)
Doctor Strange III#22, p.25, panel 3 (Sinifer)
Doctor Strange III#22, p.25, panel 2 (Faltine)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual#2, p.11, panel 4 (Faltine 2nd image)
Dr. Strange III Annual#2 p. 55 (Flyx)


Appearances:
Strange Tales I#126 (November, 1964) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Steve Ditko (plot/artist)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual#2 (Summer 1965) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Steve Ditko (artist)
Strange Tales I#142 (March, 1966) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Steve Ditko (plot/artist)
Strange Tales I#151 (December, 1966) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Bill Everett (plot/artist)
Strange Tales I#155-156 (April-May, 1967) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Marie Severin (plot/artist)
Strange Tales I#159 (August, 1967) - Roy Thomas (writer), Marie Severin (plot/pencils), Herb Trimpe (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Strange Tales I#160 (September, 1967) - Raymond Marais (writer), Marie Severin (plot/artist), Herb Trimpe (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Strange Tales I#165 (February, 1968) - Jim Lawrence (writer), Dan Adkins (plot/artist), Stan Lee (editor)
Dr. Strange I#173 (October, 1968) - Roy Thomas (writer), Gene Colan (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Dr. Strange I#177-178 (February-March, 1969) - Roy Thomas (writer), Gene Colan (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Dr. Strange I#181 (July, 1968) - Roy Thomas (writer), Gene Colan (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Marvel Premiere#8 (May, 1973) - Gardner Fox (writer), Jim Starlin (pencils), Giacoia, Hunt (inks), Roy Thomas (editor)
Dr. Strange II#12 (February, 1976) - Steve Englehart (writer), Gene Colan (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Dr. Strange II#33 (February, 1979) - Roger Stern & Ralph Macchio (writers), Tom Sutton (pencils), Rudy Nebres (inks), Jo Duffy (editor)
Defenders I#57 (March, 1978) - Chris Claremont & Gerry Conway (writers), George Tuska & Dave Cockrum (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Dr. Strange II#38 (December, 1979) - Chris Claremont (writer), Gene Colan (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Jo Duffy & Al Milgrom (editors)
Dr. Strange II#40 (April, 1980) - Chris Claremont (writer), Gene Colan (pencils), Ricardo Villamonte & Dan Green (inks), Jo Duffy (editor)
Marvel Fanfare I#6 (January, 1983) - Roger Stern (writer), Charles Vess (artist), Al Milgrom (editor)
Dr. Strange II#71 (June, 1985) - Roger Stern (writer), Paul Smith (artist), Carl Potts (editor)
Dr. Strange III#22/2 (October, 1990) - Roy Thomas, Jean-Marc & Randy Lofficier (writers), Lee Weeks (artist), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Dr. Strange Annual#2/5 (Summer, 1992) - Roy Thomas, Jean-Marc & Randy Lofficier (writers), Frank Lopez (pencils), Jimmy Palmiotti (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Dr. Strange III#43 (July, 1992) - Roy Thomas (writer), Geof Isherwood (artist), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Dr. Strange III#48 (December, 1992) - Len Kaminski (writer), Geof Isherwood (pencils), Bob Petrecca, Barnett & Don Hudson (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Dr. Strange III#49 (January, 1993) - Len Kaminski (writer), Geof Isherwood (pencils), Bob Petrecca & Don Hudson (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)


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