DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS Concept Art Reveals Comic Accurate Defender Strange Design

Some newly revealed Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness concept art reveals a slightly more comic accurate take on Defender Strange, while we also have a final design for the MCU's Stephen Strange.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness kicked off with a Stephen Strange Variant, dubbed "Defender Strange," racing to the Book of Vishanti alongside America Chavez. Ultimately, he's killed by the Scarlet Witch's demon and later used as a vessel for the MCU's former Sorcerer Supreme. 

That undead Strange delivered some of the movie's coolest moments during its final act, but some newly revealed concept art showcases a comic-accurate take on Benedict Cumberbatch's Defender.

Ian Joyner, the Doctor Strange sequel's Visual Development Supervisor, took to social media to share some of his work and it quite clearly borrows a lot from the costume worn by Strange in 2011's Defenders #1. This take is a little more in line with the source material, though what ended up on the big screen obviously wasn't too far off either this or what fans have seen on the page. 

"Watching this evolve from a painting/design in our department to the actual costume built by Graham Churchyard and his incredible team was/is something that will never get old," Joyner later added, sharing another piece of concept art with a final approved design for the MCU's Strange.

We'll no doubt see plenty more Doctor Strange Variants down the line, especially as the hero now has an acute awareness of both the Multiverse and incursions that could put the MCU's existence at risk.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now playing in theaters. 
 

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