‘Doctor Strange in the universe of madness’ would affect a Marvel villain

‘Doctor Strange in the universe of madness’ would affect a Marvel villain

That Michael Waldron, creator of Loki (since 2021), was inspired by a famous James Cameron film, highly esteemed by lovers of horror and science fiction, for the text on the most brutal sequence that we find during Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness it should help the public to understand certain features of his craft. And so the Sam Raimi film affect the story of a possible villain future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

What viewers don’t understand about moving-image adaptations is that you can’t translate a story as a writer presents it to us in a book, comic, or video game. On the one hand, the seventh art has specific narrative needs, and not those of literature, for example. So there are always changes with this reason. For another, filmmakers are authors of their own work and make it their own as they wish or can.

In addition, being a collaborative activity, the head of executive producer Kevin Feige also appears out there. Marvel’s supreme guide and guardian of the essential coherence of the saga must have approved that, now, Dreams in it are fleeting glimpses into the lives of the other versions of the characters in the multiverse unleashed according to the sequel of Doctor Strange (2016). What could change a lot of details about Nightmare’s domain.

‘Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness’, a big problem for Nightmare

This demonic being, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko for the 110th issue of Strange Tales in April 1963, rules in the Dream Dimension, formed from the collective unconscious of humanity —a concept alien to the science of psychoanalyst Carl Gustav Jung— and through which he wanders on the back of a jet-colored horse with antlers. The Marvel comics also determine that he exists because of the human need to dream, without which people would fall into dementia.

But of course it’s supposed to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has removed this dimension as a real space in which it is possible to move, reducing it to a simple connection between parallel universes. Which essentially undoes Nightmare. And, therefore, it makes it impossible for Kevin Feige and his writing team to alter its origin, attributions and purposes. So that they square without problems with the situation that concerns him in the Marvel franchise.