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Giant Size Doctor Strange #1 (1975)

Hurling thru the void of space, Strange sees a vision of Victoria Bentley, surrounded by machinery; So he’s taken back when he lands on a jungle planet inhabited by savage, monstrous creatures. “The Mystic and the Machine!” (reprinted from Strange Tales #165), script by Jim Lawrence and Dan Adkins (co-plot), art by Dan Adkins; Strange continues thru the underground tunnel until he comes to a large set of doors. Upon getting them open, he finds a disintegrator ray is waiting for him; After he takes it out with the Flames of Faltine, Yandroth realizes his magic is more potent than he calculated, and uses an Ultra-Spectrum Laser to incinerate Strange’s brain. “Nothing Can Halt… Voltorg!” (reprinted from Strange Tales #166), script by Jim Lawrence and Dan Adkins (co-plot), pencils by George Tuska, inks by Dan Adkins; A running battle ensues between Strange and the lightning-hurling Voltorg, which nearly destroys Yandroth’s lab before Strange finally takes it out; Yandroth grabs Victoria and uses a “Teleportation” machine to instantly send the two of them to a far-distant world. “This Dream–This Doom!” (reprinted from Strange Tales #167), script by Denny O’Neil and Dan Adkins (co-plot), art by Dan Adkins; The Ancient One is alive and tells Strange he made Zom believe he was dead so he could pass on his powers to his disciple; With the Cosmic Balance restored he was able to shatter the spell that bound him; In his Himalayan retreat Strange and the Ancient One discover that Victoria Bentley is a prisoner in the Dimension of Dreams. “Exile!” (reprinted from Strange Tales #168), script b Denny O’Neil and Dan Adkins (co-plot), art by Dan Adkins; Yandroth’s shot sends Strange plunging into the abyss, but the Ancient One uses the Trans-Hypnotic Jewel to arrest his fall; Strange uses his Cloak of Levitation to grab Yandroth, but sees the Viking women about to kill Victoria.

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script by Jim Lawrence and Dan Adkins (co-plot), art by Dan Adkins;

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