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Why Doctor Strange’s Evil Sorcerer Supreme Took Longer To Design Than Most MCU Characters In Marvel’s What If

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Spoilers for the latest episode of Marvel’s What If…? — “What If… Doctor Strange Lost His Heart Instead of His Hands?” — lie ahead.

For the past few weeks, Marvel’s What If…? has taken audiences on a journey through the multiverse, overseen by the ever-observant Watcher. In the process, we’ve seen alternate versions of some of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s biggest moments. This week’s installment was a variation on 2016’s Doctor Strange, but this story saw the good doctor take a much darker path than that of his cinematic counterpart. This change in his morality also leads to a physical transformation for the hero and, as it so happens, this evil Sorcerer Supreme took longer to design than most of the other MCU characters on the show.

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