New ideas from art Dr. Strange in Madness’s Multiverse Professor X Scarlett shows an early imagination of the moment that entered Witch’s mind.
Dr. Strange in Madness’s Multiverse Breaks new ground for MCU. With the introduction of the Illuminati of Earth-838, the film gave viewers not only the first appearance of a Fantastic Four member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but also the first appearance of an MCU mutant. Patrick Stewart answered her X human The role of Professor Charles Xavier, playing a new version of the character that combines his previous portrayal with the character seen in the animated X human 90s series.
One of the most exciting parts of Professor X’s entry into MCU is the opportunity to see him interact with Marvel characters that he has never seen before in live action. In addition to confronting Benedict Cumberbatch’s Dr. Strange, Patrick Stewart’s Xavier applied his telepathic powers when he entered the mind of Elizabeth Olson’s Wanda Maximoff.
The questionable scene is Wanda of Earth-616 – the villain Scarlett Witch taking control of Wonder’s body from Earth-838. Professor X Wonder enters a white void in his mind, where he sees Earth-838’s Wanda stuck under a pile of rubble in Scarlett Witch’s mind. As Xavier tries to save his innocent Wanda from the universe, a scarlet witch in a cloud of red smoke approaches him and – in a tragic moment – grabs his neck.
Artist Alexander Mandrajiev recently shared some of his ideas Dr. Strange in Madness’s Multiverse On Instagram. The artwork includes an early iteration of this telepathic moment between Xavier and Scarlett Witch, which features a fragmented gray background in Wonder Mind, instead of the white void that will eventually appear in the film. Mandradjiv also shared pictures of Dr. Strange and America Chavez traveling through Multiverse. Check out the artwork below:
Mandrajiev clearly captured the terrifying, ethereal quality of the scene early on. When it was finally played between Patrick Stewart’s Professor X and Elizabeth Olson’s Scarlet Witch, it became one of the most annoying moments. The doctor is weird Sequel
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MCU unlocks multiverse and pushes its boundaries further than before. The Unknown Journey with Dr. Strange, who, with the help of mysterious allies of both old and new, transcends the mind-twisting and dangerous alternative realities of Multiverse to deal with a mysterious new adversary.
Directed by Sam Raimi from a script written by Michael Waldron, the Marvel film stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Chewetel Eziofor, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wang, Joachettel Gomez, Michael Stulberg, Rachel McAdamtas and Pat.
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