Doctor Strange v2 #48 - Marshall Rogers art & cover
Doctor Strange v2 #48, 1981 - Brother Voodoo comes to New York, seeking Dr. Strange's help in locating a malicious spirit called the Damballah. Marshall Rogers begins his impressive run on the series, starting with the diagonally-inclined cover layout. The story pages are sharply drawn but engaging. Rogers' brief recap of Brother Voodoo's origin is surpassed only by the inter-dimensional battle between magician and demon (page 15). Kudos to Terry Austin on his compatible inking. This is number 1 of 6 Doctor Strange issues with Rogers art and/or covers. See today's posts or more Rogers or Doctor Strange issues.See also this blog's Rogers checklist or Top 10 Rogers comics. - - - - - - - - - - Rogers coverpencils (Terry Austin inks) = *** "The Power Of Dr. Strange" Rogers storypencils (Terry Austin inks) 22 pages = **** - - - - - - - - - -
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