Real Name: Imei Chang
citizen of Tibet
Group Membership: None
Affiliations: Baron Blood (Victor Strange), Morgana Blessing, Caretaker, Clea, Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Doctor Druid (Anthony Ludgate Druid), Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange), Midnight Sons (Blade/Eric Brooks, John Blaze, Sam Buchanan, Frank Drake, Ghost Rider/Dan Ketch/Noble Kale, Hannibal King, Victoria Montesi, Vengeance/Michael Badilino), Morbius, Rintrah, Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff), Straw Man, Topaz, Sara Wolfe, Wolverine (James "Logan" Howlett), Wong
Enemies: Baron Mordo (Karl Mordo), Fear Lords (D'Spayre, Dweller-in-Darkness, Kkallakku, Lurking Unknown, Nightmare, Nox), Lilin (Scatter, Sister Nil, others), Magus, Necromancer of Counter Earth, Zom
Known Relatives: Unidentified parents
Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
formerly the Sanctum Sanctorum, New York City;
formerly a village in Tibet
First Appearance: (Mentioned) Doctor Strange II#75 (February, 1986); (seen) Strange Tales II#17/2 (August, 1988)
Powers/Abilities: She had the skills of a good housemaid and was devoted not only to her lover, but also his employer and friends. She lived to serve and often defended the actions of others, serving as the voice of calm during many discussions. She was a good person to the end, but never seemed to look out for herself.
Height: 5'1" (by approximation)
Weight: 110 lbs. (by approximation)
(Doctor Strange II#75 (fb) - BTS) - Shortly before his tenth birthday Wong's family made a marriage pact with another family for Wong.
(Doctor Strange II#75 (fb) - BTS) - At some point while working for Doctor Strange in the United States Wong received a letter from back home informing him that a daughter was born to the family his family had made the pact with. Wong knew that when his bride came of age he would have to marry her and consummate the marriage to continue his family line.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#1 (fb) - BTS) - Imei's parents told her many stories about Wong's master Doctor Strange.
(Strange Tales II#18/2 (fb) - BTS) - Wong wrote letters to Imei and often talked in them about Doctor Strange. Shortly before Imei came to the US Wong wrote in a letter to her that Strange had died.
(Strange Tales II#17/2 (fb) - BTS) - Imei arrived in the US and as Wong's betrothed started living at the Stephen Strange Memorial Metaphysical Institute.
(Strange Tales II#17/2) - Wong was on the phone with Imei next to him when Sara Wolfe called him over to meet their regular guest Dr. Stephen Sanders (actually Doctor Strange; see comments). Wong then introduced his betrothed Imei Chang to Sanders. Imei told Sanders that she had heard many stories about him (presumably from Wong and Sara). Strange lifted the spell keeping up the Sanders illusion shortly after, reverting the institute to the Sanctum Sanctorum and returning the true memories about him to Sara and Wong.
(Strange Tales II#18/2) - Wong and Imei were watching Doctor Strange through the ajar door of his inner sanctum and Imei thought he was scary. She remembered all the stories Wong wrote about him in his letters to her and then about his alleged death, which Wong explained was all part of an illusion created by a spell cast by Strange. Imei revealed that even if she were not Wong's betrothed she would stay to serve Strange alongside Wong. Imei later followed Wong and Sara when they heard Doctor Strange screaming in agony. She was in awe when Strange opened a portal and walked through it to travel abroad.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#1) - Imei watched a videotape of Doctor Strange's funeral, an event that never actually took place, and wondered how the spell Strange used could create something as tangible and real as this. She felt exited to work for him like her beloved Wong.
During dinner Imei told Strange how confusing it was for her to hear stories about Strange, then learn of his death and then meet him in person anyway as someone named Stephen Sanders only to later learn that he was actually Stephen Strange. Imei apologized because she thought her English didn't explain her confusion very well, but Strange assured her that nobody could in this case. Strange left because he was tired and Sara and Wong wondered about the never before seen warmth Strange expressed toward them. Imei also sensed a sadness and something else that troubled Strange.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#3) - Imei and Wong had breakfast with Doctor Strange, his wife Clea and Sara Wolfe. After Sara left to sign grant forms for Strange's institute in Uptown New York, Imei felt sorry for her because Sara was the only single person at a table with couples. Wong was sure Sara would find someone eventually.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#5) - Wong and Imei rushed to Strange's bathroom when they heard shattering glass, but it was only the bathroom mirror destroyed by Strange himself. When Strange asked to talk to Sara Imei informed him that Sara told her that she was going to walk to the institute. Strange thanked Imei for the information.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#6) - Imei and Wong were on their way back to the Sanctum Sanctorum when Imei suddenly screamed for Wong's help when she saw Rintrah, who had rushed to the door when he heard them outside. Wong kicked Rintrah before recognizing him. He then explained to Imei that Rintrah was an extradimensional ally of Strange. Strange and Rintrah both apologized to Imei for scaring her. The latter explained that he feared they were minions of Mordo when he rushed to the door. Wong suggested to Strange to call Sara to inform her about Mordo's return, but Strange then showed Wong and Imei a small sphere wherein the souls of both, Sara and Mordo, were already trapped. Strange sent them away while Imei was shocked that such a thing was even possible. Wong complied and left with Imei for her sake because he knew he could not help Strange that moment anyway.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#7) - Imei asked Wong to drink a tea with her. He told her how tormented he felt that he couldn't be of any aid to Strange while dealing with the demons he was facing right now, but Imei reminded him that Strange himself had sent them away. When Wong and Imei heard a thunder outside Wong was sure that more was behind it than a mere storm.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#9) - Imei picked up the issue of Now Magazine Strange had just tossed to the ground because it included an excerpt from Morgana Blessing's book about Strange, which revealed many of his secrets. Wong was sure she meant no harm and Strange agreed and planned to meet her to give her a chance to explain her side of the story. Imei suggested to Strange to first get more sleep, but Strange didn't want to wait. Imei watched on as Wong suggested to Sara Wolfe to read the article before discounting Strange's strong reaction to it. Sara went to sleep after reading the article and Topaz hoped it would cure her of her interest in Mordo. Wong thought she was joking, but Imei agreed with Topaz's assumption because she could hear the interest in Sara's voice as well when she asked about Mordo. Wong was sure journalists would now besiege the Sanctum Sanctorum, which would interfere with Strange's missions as Sorcerer Supreme. Rintrah and Imei both believed he exaggerated, but moments later Rintrah looked out the window and saw that Wong was correct.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#10) - When Strange returned to the Sanctum Sanctorum Imei informed him that Topaz had to leave and would contact Strange from Europe. Strange thanked everyone after a bit more chitchat with Sara and Wong before leaving to get some rest.
Imei, Sara, Rintrah and Wong were all present when Strange later brought in his long-lost brother Victor and Morbius. Imei was scared when she saw Morbius' teeth, but Wong assured her that he meant no harm if Strange said so. Everyone was shocked when they learned that Victor was apparently a true vampire and Strange's brother.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#11) - Imei and the others watched Strange conceal Victor in a Seraphimic Shield. Imei still wanted to know from Wong what Morbius actually was if he was not a true vampire and Wong explained that he was mutated when he healed himself from a rare disease. She didn't receive any further explanation because Morbius quickly left. Strange felt sorry that he never told the others about his brother's death before. Imei understood that it was probably too painful for him to talk about it, but Strange gave in and told them about the accident that cost Victor his life. Imei was sure he was alive again because real vampires didn't exist anymore according to the others. Strange hoped she was correct. Imei, Wong, Sara and Rintrah followed Strange around the house when Strange received a call from Dr. Wayne Schuyler from the TV program Hour Thirteen. Strange agreed to be invited to the show as a guest and moments later he and the others saw a commercial for his appearance on TV and they were all surprised that Morgana Blessing would be at the show as well.
That night Imei, Wong, Sara and Rintrah watched Hour Thirteen and Imei didn't understand why the woman moderating was getting so much laughter. Sara explained that the laughs came half from the audience and half from a machine. They kept watching and Imei thought the show was distasteful. After the interview with Blessing and Strange came to an end the studio was attacked by Hobgoblin (Jason Macendale). Imei was surprised because Wong had never mentioned him as one of Strange's foes (this was during Acts of Vengeance).
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#11 - BTS) - The fight caused a blackout at the studio and Wong decided to carve jack-o-lanterns with Imei and Sara in the kitchen for Halloween.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#11) - When Strange returned home with Morgana and Rintrah, who had come to his aid (though he arrived a bit too late), Imei reminded Strange that it was Halloween the next day. She asked him not to be angry with Wong for forsaking his vigil to show her American customs since it was her first Halloween since coming to the US. Strange wasn't angry, but had just forgotten that it was the day before Halloween.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#12) - Wong and Imei were working in the garden and making plans for their future when they saw Rintrah entering the Sanctum Sanctorum through the rear courtyard. Imei wondered why, but Wong asked her to respect Rintrah's privacy.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#13) - Imei offered Sara to take the puppy Morgana Blessing had brought to Strange for a walk because she and Wong were going for a walk anyway. She loved dogs because her family always had a dog back in Tibet. Sara handed over the puppy and thanked Imei.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#18) - Imei was dusting when the Book of the Vishanti suddenly opened and a page began floating out of the book. She called Wong for help, but before he arrived the page had already been teleported away. (The page included the Vampiric Verses and was teleported to New Orleans by Doctor Strange himself.)
(Incredible Hulk II#370) - Wong opened the door to Bruce Banner and Namor with Imei at his side. He introduced his fiancee Imei to them.
(Incredible Hulk II#371) - Imei was standing next to Wong while he cleaned up on the ground.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#20) - Rintrah joked about how Victor Strange needed to be kept away from Morgana Blessing's neck (because they were an item) and Wong thought it was distasteful. Imei calmed down Wong by telling him that Rintrah and Morgana were not enemies anymore and Rintrah was just joking. When Victor went for the Darkhold to recite the Montesi Formula himself because Morbius was apparently not willing to do so Morbius stopped him on Strange's command because there was no way to tell what would happen if Victor recited it. During the fight an amphora was destroyed. Imei noticed a small creature escaping from the amphora, but was influenced by it to stay silent about it. Wong confronted Imei when she looked mesmerized, but Imei couldn't remember what had just happened and was pretty sure everything was all right. When Wong, Imei and Strange cleaned up the mess caused by the fight Strange recognized that among the debris was the amphora that served as the prison of Zom. Imei thought the short name suited the little creature she saw after the amphora broke. Strange asked her why she didn't tell him before. Imei told him she wasn't sure, but believed the creature didn't want her to and it seemed cute and helpless after all. Imei and Wong then aided Strange in the search for the little Zomling and started in the kitchen. Imei and Wong were surprised when Strange defeated the creature with a mere vacuum cleaner and how it seemed so different than the Zom Strange had described. Strange explained how the Zomling would've eventually become a much larger threat if it had kept devouring magic. Imei asked how he would get the Zomling back into the amphora, but it was an easy feat for Strange, who repaired the amphora with a spell and then used the reverse action of the vacuum cleaner to release the Zomling, which was immediately sucked into the amphora.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#21) - Imei, Wong and Sara witnessed Strange and Rintrah return to the Sanctum Sanctorum after a battle with Mindless Ones in the streets of New York City. Strange was tired, but before getting some sleep he wanted to make sure that Clea was okay in the Dark Dimension.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#23 (fb) - BTS) - Baron Mordo rendered everyone else in the Sanctum Sanctorum unconscious by bathing them in the Mists of Morpheus after Sara Wolfe had released him from his prison in the cellar.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#23) - Upon returning from the Dark Dimension Strange and Clea found Imei, Wong and Rintrah unconscious on the ground. Strange realized what was done to them and soon found out that Mordo had escaped.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#24) - After Mordo had betrayed Strange to Dormammu Wong was angry at Sara Wolfe for releasing Mordo. Imei calmed the situation by telling Wong that Sara believed Mordo would keep his promise to aid Strange. When Mordo attacked the Sanctum Sanctorum Imei warned Wong not to attack him because he could kill Wong in an instant. She accepted that Mordo for now ruled over the Sanctum Sanctorum. (Mordo joined forces with Dormammu's sister Umar and turned on Dormammu by the end of the issue to save Earth from Dormammu. Strange then returned to Earth with Clea.)
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#29) - Imei and Wong heard Strange return and were shocked when he brought Rintrah badly injured with him. They witnessed Strange cleanse Rintrah's wound with magic and then stitch him up with his surgeon skills.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#31 (fb) - BTS) - At some point Imei and Rintrah saw an old movie.
(Infinity Gauntlet I#1 - BTS) - Rintrah and Imei were out shopping.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#31 (fb) ) - Imei and Rintrah were on their way home when Imei suddenly vanished, becoming one of the many victims of Thanos' use of the Infinity Gauntlet.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#36 (fb) - BTS) - Imei was returned to life.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#36) - Imei partook in a party at the Sanctum Sanctorum celebrating Strange saving the universe from Thanos (he helped). Rintrah was glad Imei, Wong and Sara were back, but they couldn't remember that they had vanished and Rintrah didn't tell them the truth either. Wong and Imei then revealed to everyone at the party that they were going to marry in Tibet in six months. Strange asked to be invited alongside Clea, which Wong agreed to. Strange then asked to kiss the bride-to-be, which Imei didn't object to.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#39 (fb) - BTS) - Imei and Wong went shopping for their wedding. On their way back they witnessed the daylight suddenly disappearing.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#39) - When they returned to the Sanctum Sanctorum with heavy bags Wong told Strange to look outside to see what was going on. Through a window Wong and Imei watched Strange, Clea and Rintrah fight the Fear Lord Nox and her children Deimos and Phobos. Imei then saw an army of Fear-Eaters descend from the sky. When Nox was going to kill Clea and Rintrah with her sword Wong and Imei rushed to the outside even though they had no way to break through the mystic field around them. After Strange banished Nox with the Eye of Agamotto Wong and Imei rushed to the aid of the injured Rintrah. Sara asked everyone to return inside the Sanctum Sanctorum. Imei and Wong gladly did as their wedding plans had kept them from sleeping much. They suddenly woke up from their nap and screamed in fear because they had both been haunted by the Fear Lord known as the Dweller-in-Darkness in their dreams. Strange knew that it would enrage Nightmare that the Dweller-in-Darkness was meddling with people's dreams.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#40) - Wong poured Imei a cup of tea when Daredevil arrived to send a message from Doctor Strange to them and Clea. They were happy that Strange was still alive. Moments later the Straw Man, a benevolent Fear Lord, emerged from a painting on the wall which scared Imei.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#41) - When Wolverine was at the Sanctum Sanctorum Wong told Imei who he was. Imei felt uneasy around him and was even a bit afraid of him.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#46 (fb) - BTS) - Imei and Wong were out shopping for their wedding and were almost back in the Sanctum Sanctorum when they were frozen in time like everyone else on Earth.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#46) - When Strange and a group of sorcerers including Agatha Harkness, Doctor Druid, Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff) and Shaman (Michael Twoyoungmen) returned to Earth during the infinity war against the Magus they found Imei and Wong frozen in time near the steps of the Sanctum Sanctorum. Strange feared for them. When Counter-Earth's Necromancer (an alternate version of Doctor Strange) threatened to slay Imei and Wong with a mystic sword Strange threw himself, protected by a Seraphimic Shield, in front of them to block the sword and was knocked out in the process while the other sorcerers were defeated by Necromancer's demon horde.
(Secret Defenders#4) - Wong and Imei served tea to Doctor Strange while he watched alongside Namorita the news about highway murders committed by Roadkill.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#56) - Imei and Wong saw a news report of a masked vampire killing a man. Seeing an artist's sketch of the murderer they were sure it was Doctor Strange's brother Victor. With the absence of Doctor Strange they decided to do something about Victor themselves. They visited Morgana Blessing to see if Victor was with her and were attacked by her as she intended to kill Victor after his recent actions. Doctor Strange's astral form possessed Wong to interrogate Morgana about Victor's whereabouts, but he had apparently left her with his coffin to go hunting for criminals days ago. Imei just accepted the fact that Strange possessed her future husband. Strange eventually found Victor, who committed suicide with a stake through the heart because he realized that he had become a monster. Morgana tried to commit suicide as well to join Victor in the afterlife, but Imei stopped her because it wasn't what Victor would've wanted.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#60) - While the Midnight Sons defended the Sanctum Sanctorum from the Lilin, Wong and Imei tried to calm down Victoria Montesi, who was influenced by Chthon. When the Lilin started to break through Imei felt the freezing darkness of Sister Nil approaching her. Imei panicked when she went blind and became easy prey for Sister Nil, whose loving kiss made Imei wither away in mere moments. Imei's body dropped to the floor as a lifeless husk and crumbled to dust. Wong was enraged that Strange did nothing to stop it.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#65, 66, Annual#4, 71, 76, 81, 88 - all BTS) - A fading soul-echo of Imei was placed inside the demon Xaos by the sorceress Salomé and remained there. Salomé made Wong believe that Xaos was actually Imei.
(Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#88) - Following the call of Imei's soul Strange brought Wong to a place between the afterlife and Earth where Imei's soul greeted her beloved Wong. Imei explained that she could not move on for months because Wong's grief held on to her soul and that she could only move on if he found peace. Wong finally accepted her death and let her go to the afterlife. After a last goodbye Wong watched with a smile on his face Imei ascend to whatever afterlife her soul was heading for.
Comments: Created by Roger Stern (writer), Peter B. Gillis (writer), Richard Case (pencils), Randy Emberlin (inks).
Around the time Imei was first seen Wong and Sara Wolfe were under the influence of a spell cast by Doctor Strange to protect them. They believed to be working at the Stephen Strange Memorial Metaphysical Institute and believed Doctor Strange to be a man named Dr. Stephen Sanders.
Profile by Markus Raymond.
Imei Chang should not be confused with:
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Strange Tales I#17/2, p6, pan3 (first appearance)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#13, p9, pan2 (loves dogs)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#20, p5, pan3 (in bathsuit)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#60, p18, pan2-3 (death)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#88, p21 (spirit goes to Heaven)
Doctor Strange II#75 (February, 1986) - Roger Stern (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Mark Badger (inks), Carl Potts (editor)
Strange Tales II#17/2-18/2 (August-September, 1988) - Peter B. Gillis (writer), Richard Case (pencils), Randy Emberlin (inks), Carl Potts (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#1 (November, 1988) - Peter B. Gillis (writer), Richard Case (pencils), Randy Emberlin (inks), Carl Potts (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#3 (March, 1989) - Peter B. Gillis (writer), Richard Case (pencils), Randy Emberlin (inks), Carl Potts (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#5-7 (July-September, 1989) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Butch Guice (pencils), Jose Marzan (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#9-10 (November, 1989) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Butch Guice (artist), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#11-12 (December, 1989) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Butch Guice (artist), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#13 (January, 1990) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Butch Guice (artist), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#18 (June, 1990) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Butch Guice (pencils), Tony Dezuniga (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Incredible Hulk II#370-371 (June-July, 1990) - Peter David (writer), Dale Keown (pencils), Bob McLeod (inks), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#20 (August, 1990) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Butch Guice (pencils), Tony Dezuniga (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#21 (September, 1990) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Butch Guice (pencils), Tony DeZuniga & Mark McKenna (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#23 (November, 1990) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Butch Guice (pencils), Mark McKenna (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#24 (December, 1990) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Butch Guice (pencils), Doug Hazlewood (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#29 (May, 1991) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Chris Marrinan (pencils), Mark McKenna (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Infinity Gauntlet I#1 (July, 1991) - Jim Starlin (writer), George Perez (pencils), Joe Rubinstein & Tom Christopher (inks), Craig Anderson (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#31 (July, 1991) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Tony DeZuniga (artist), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#36 (December, 1991) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Dan Lawlis (pencils), Andrew Pepoy (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#39-40 (March-April, 1992) - Roy & Dann Thomas, Jean-March & Randy Lofficier (writers), Geof Isherwood (pencils), Jim Sanders III (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#41 (May, 1992) - Roy & Dann Thomas, Jean-March & Randy Lofficier (writers), Geof Isherwood (artist), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#46 (October, 1992) - Roy & Dann Thomas, Jean-March & Randy Lofficier (writers), Geof Isherwood (artist), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Secret Defenders#4 (June, 1993) - Roy Thomas (writer), Andre Coates (pencils), Don Hudson (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#56 (August, 1993) - Roy Thomas (writer), Geof Isherwood (co-plot/artist), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#60 (December, 1993) David Quinn (writer), Melvin Rubi (pencils), Fred Harper (inks), Evan Skolnick (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#65 (May, 1994) - David Quinn (writer), Melvin Rubi (pencils), Fred Harper (inks), Evan Skolnick (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#66 (June, 1994) - David Quinn (writer), John Hixson (pencils), Fred Harper (inks), Evan Skolnick (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme Annual#4 (1994) - David Quinn (writer), Kyle Hotz (artist), Evan Skolnick (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#71 (November, 1994) - David Quinn (writer), Peter Gross (artist), Evan Skolnick (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#76 (April, 1995) - David Quinn (writer), Peter Gross (artist), Evan Skolnick & Marie Javins (editors)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#81 (September, 1995) - Warren Ellis (plot), Todd DeZago (script), Mark Buckingham & Kevin Sutherland (artists), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme#88 (April, 1996) - J.M. DeMatteis (writer), Mark Buckingham (pencils), Kevin Sutherland (inks), Bobbie Chase (editor)
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