*Marvel: The All-Seeing Eye of Agomotto guides us to a superlative selection of the exploits of Marvel’s Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange! Soon to be reincarnated on the cinematic screen, the Master of the Mystic Art’s adventures have seldom been in keener demand, and we kick off with a very attractive FNp #169 at £50, the good Doctor’s first solo issue after his long run in Strange Tales. We also have a few later issues from his first series, with artwork by Colan & Palmer at possibly their peak, then we move on to the 1970’s series, where Doc received his first #1 after a prolonged try-out in Marvel Premiere. We have the first 28 of his second ongoing series in mid to high grades (Fine or better on average, many VF), and with accomplished art by Frank Brunner and the returning Colan/Palmer team, Doctor Strange was in fine form. A scattering of later issues concludes the second series, and we round out the update with his first and only King-Size issue, ND and squarebound, from 1975. May the Shades of the Seraphim protect thee!