Reveal art unpublished Doctor Strange with blue layer


Reveal art unpublished Doctor Strange with blue layer

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Reveal art unpublished Doctor Strange with blue layer

Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) quickly became one of the darlings of the Movie Universe of Marvel as a bearer of unique abilities that allowed him to wish for the unique opportunity, among the millions that had, that had the superheroes in Avengers: Infinity War to be able to defeat Thanos (Josh Brolin) and their allies, something that eventually became a reality with the snap of Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) in Avengers: Endgame that resulted in the victory of the vigilante.

But let’s go a little further back in history to the big screen Stephen Strange, since before I met him as he is currently on Doctor Strange, we studied other versions that would look a little different, as in the case of carrying a blue coat instead of a red one. Ryan Meinerding, head of the department of visual development for Marvel Studios, shared through his account of Instagram conceptual art in which there is an outfit other than Doctor Strange included the redesign of the above-mentioned layer.

© Instagram: Ryan Meinerding

And is that not precisely it was a mere change of color in the accessory, but that has to do with the comics because for a time the Sorcerer Supreme man, he wore a blue coat, although later came the red which is much more well-known. Probably for this reason of popularity and recognition decided to give it to Benedict Cumberbatch, the layer reddish and so it was easier to make a visual connection between the character of the comics and the movies.

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We recall that for the sequel of the superhero: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness there will be slight changes, as the director of the first installment: Scott Derrickson (Sinister) will not be in the master chair because of disagreements with Marvel Studios: “Marvel and I agreed mutually to separate us from Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness due to creative differences. I am grateful for our collaboration and I will remain as executive producer,” wrote the filmmaker on his Twitter last January 9.