Doctor Strange’s True Role In Saving The Multiverse Is Revealed By A Marvel Theory. This is what it might be:

Doctor Strange’s True Role In Saving The Multiverse Is Revealed By A Marvel Theory. This is what it might be

Did Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness suddenly reveal Strange’s true contribution to preserving the multiverse? This is what it might be.

Based on his deeds throughout Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and one element in the film’s mid-credits scene that might have revealed his true involvement in preserving the multiverse, Doctor Strange might end up doing more harm than good to the multiverse of Marvel Cinematic Universe. Due to Doctor Strange’s current status in the MCU, the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be crucial in the upcoming multiversal wars in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars. The MCU continued exploring the dangers of the multiverse after the chaotic events of Spider-Man: No Way Home.

America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez), who was being pursued by a malevolent entity that sought to seize her ability to travel through the multiverse, was the focus of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, as he attempted to protect her while traveling through several universes. This mysterious dark force revealed to be Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), who when she began using the Darkhold to traverse the multiverse and command her variations, sparked a much greater multiversal issue. One aspect of Doctor Strange 2’s mid-credits scene may reveal Strange’s true role in saving the multiverse and explain why he needs to be in the Dark Dimension for that. Strange’s actions throughout the multiverse have positioned him as a key player in the upcoming multiverse crossover at the conclusion of the Multiverse Saga.

What Justifies Doctor Strange’s Presence in the Dark Dimension

In his second solo film, Doctor Strange’s multiversal journeys brought about incursions, which are the outcome of protracted multiversal travel and result in the total destruction of one or more universes. By the end of the film, Strange’s travels had sparked a new incursion that he will have to stop. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness showed the aftermath of two incursions caused by some of Strange’s variants – one in a universe where Strange travelled the multiverse through dream walking to find a way to stop Thanos and another in a universe where Strange dream walked across the multiverse to kill versions of himself.

At the conclusion of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, just when everything appeared to have returned to normal following the destruction of all copies of the Darkhold and America Chavez’s return to her universe, there was another significant reveal. Strange, like his version of Sinister Strange, got the third eye as a result of using the Darkhold to dreamwalk into the body of one of his variants, demonstrating that he has been corrupted by the Darkhold. The mid-credits scene presented Clea (Charlize Theron), who came to Earth to inform Strange about the invasion he had made and tell him he must help mend it, so Strange accompanied her into the Dark Dimension. This wasn’t the only major revelation at the end of Doctor Strange 2.

Given that Clea is Dormammu’s niece and was born there, transporting Strange to the Dark Realm made reasonable. However, taking Strange to this particular dimension could have completely different consequences than Clea and Strange working together to defeat Dormammu. Time does not exist in the Dark Dimension in the same way that it does in the regular universe, as was demonstrated in Doctor Strange when Strange arrived to negotiate with Dormammu. The Dark Dimension is an amalgamation of itself and other dimensions Dormammu has conquered and absorbed into it. Because he can’t fix this mess while he’s inside time, Strange won’t be able to fix the incursion while in his own universe, much like a surgeon (which he is, after all) can’t operate on themselves. However, if he travels to a place outside of time, like the Dark Dimension, he has a better chance of fixing it.

The “Surgery” of Doctor Strange might wipe out entire universes.

Doctor Strange may utilize surgery in the Dark Dimension to repair the intrusion he started, but this “surgery” also has the potential to wipe out entire universes. In the run-up to the 2015 Secret Wars event in Marvel Comics, the Illuminati (who were introduced in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, though from a different universe) discovered that the only way to stop an incursion was to destroy one of the universes involved. With Secret Wars taking place at the conclusion of the Multiverse Saga/Phase 6, Strange could follow a similar path and limit the scope of incursions by destroying universes from the Dark Dimension, thereby preventing the incur

Battleworld, a planet divided into different territories where a “pocket universe” made of a particular storyline or universe resides, was created after the 2015 Secret Wars storyline saw the destruction of the Marvel Universe and various alternate universes. For example, there were the Deadlands (containing Marvel Zombies), New Xandar (Annihilation Wave), and Perfection (Ultron Sentinels). Doctor Doom built this Battleworld with the might of the Beyonders and the remnants of the realities that were wiped out by incursions when he and Doctor Strange went to the Beyonders to stop the incursion of their reality and rescue the multiverse. The MCU’s Strange might have a different role in Avengers: Secret Wars, and instead of helping to create Battleworld and save the multiverse, his universe-destroying actions might play a crucial role in starting the major war.

Does Doctor Strange Actually Qualify As a Hero?

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Doctor Strange’s journey thus far has mirrored that of Iron Man in that both characters were conceited and conceited men who needed to undergo a near-death experience to change their mindset and perspective of everything, forcing them to confront their egos and inner demons. However, Strange has had a harder time getting over his ego. Strange has a decent heart and good intentions, but he has caused more problems than he has solved. As a result, Strange made some dubious actions, such as assisting Peter Parker at the beginning of Spider-Man: No Way Home despite Wong’s advice not to. This does not exclude Doctor Strange from being a hero, but it may require a much more significant and perilous incident for him to ultimately understand what it is to be a true hero.


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