Post by Doctor Doom on May 15, 2007 13:09:53 GMT -5
Besides don't blame Frank Miller, blame Mark Millar, Frank only introduced the concept in a small dose (For Electra if I recall) wereas Mark Millar's more recent Enemy of the State Run has the Hand team up with AIM and Hydra to mass produce the procedure.
One more reason for me to dislike Mark Millar, then.
If there's one thing I've leant about you my dear Balok it's that you require no reason to hate something, only reason to like it.
Strange had a great run in the early 80´s by Roger Stern and Marshall Rogers, but after that no one seems to be able to tell interesting stories with him (well, the 2005 Defenders mini series may be the exception).
Stern did have a nice run on the book, but sadly the late Marshall Rogers didn't. I believe his tenure lasted about six issues. Stern went on to work with Paul Smith, Dan Green and Steve Leialoha on the title, and did do some pretty darn good stories, but kind of puttered out at the end. However the Dracula saga remains a highlight for me.
Marshall Rogers didn´t draw many issues, but the ones that he did are among my all time Doctor Strange favourites. Didn´t Englehart also write a couple of Strange vs. Dracula stories in the 70´s? With Gene Colan´s art? I think they did, but I´m not sure about that...