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us: Strange, Stephen (Fictitious character)

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    • us: Captain Universe (Fictitious character)
    • us: Doctor Stephen Strange (Fictitious character)
    • us: Doctor Strange (Fictitious character)
    • us: Dr. Stephen Strange (Fictitious character)
    • us: Dr. Strange (Fictitious character)
    • us: Master of the Mystic Arts (Fictitious character)
    • us: Sanders, Stephen (Fictitious character)
    • us: Sorcerer Supreme (Fictitious character)
    • us: Stephen Sanders (Fictitious character)
    • us: Stephen Strange (Fictitious character)
    • us: Stephens, Vincent (Fictitious character)
    • us: Vincent Stephens (Fictitious character)
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    • found: Marvel universe character bios WWW Home page, July 27, 2007 (Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange); real name: Stephen Vincent Strange; aliases: Sorcerer Supreme, Master of the Mystic Arts, Stephen Sanders, Captain Universe, Vincent Stephens; the general public regards Strange as an ordinary occult scholar, if not a charlatan; formerly a physician (neurosurgeon))
    • found: Wikipedia, July 27, 2007 (Doctor Strange; fictional character, comic book hero, and superhero in the Marvel Comics universe; created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko; first appeared in 1963, although a different Marvel character had used the name two months previously; Dr. Stephen Strange; Dr. Stephen Vincent Strange; comics featuring Dr. Strange have been written by various authors, including Roy Thomas, Steve Englehart)
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    • 2007-08-16: new
    • 2007-08-17: revised
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