The Untold Truth Of Spider-Man And Doctor Strange’s Relationship

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 The Untold Truth Of Spider-Man And Doctor Strange’s Relationship


In his early years, Spider-Man made a number of attempts to join the Avengers, with varying levels of success. Prior to 2005, the closest he had gotten to becoming a card-carrying Avengers was becoming a reserve member in 1991’s “Avengers” vol. 1 #329. That changed, however, when he joined the New Avengers as a full-time member alongside Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Woman, Luke Cage, Wolverine, and the Sentry, following an attempted escape by the inmates at the supervillain prison called the Raft. And in the next massive Avengers membership shake-up, Spider-Man found himself joining hands with his longtime magical ally (and fellow Avengers newbie), Doctor Strange.



“New Avengers” vol. 1 #27 features the debut of the renegade Avengers team (made up of Spider-Man, Strange, Cage, Iron Fist, Wolverine, Spider-Woman, and Ronin) as they rescue their newest recruit, Maya Lopez a.k.a. Echo, from Elektra and The Hand. Driven underground after the events of the superhuman Civil War, this team of “NEW new Avengers” (as Spider-Man himself described) operates from Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum, while evading arrest at the hands of the government-sanctioned team of Avengers led by Iron Man.