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Dr. Strange: The Fate of Dreams

by Devin Grayson
Nov 14, 2016
6 Hours
6
978-1-62851-300-4
Ages 18+
The world is falling apart. Violent crime is surging while the global economy craters. Doctor Stephen Strange, the Sorcerer Supreme, has defeated demonic hordes, battled evil wizards and tirelessly defended our realm against invading interdimensional armies. But when a dangerous dream begins inspiring normal people to act out their darkest ambitions, even Doctor Strange is pushed to his very limits.

Working alongside his longtime nemesis, Nightmare, the Sorcerer Supreme must delve into the nightmares, delusions and desires of an entire planet. To save the Dream Realms, he'll have to give up some illusions of his own - including his heroism. And in the fallout, what dreams will haunt the Sorcerer Supreme?
 

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Director & Cast

Director Scott McCormick
Starring Richard Rohan as Narrator, Chris Genebach as Doctor Strange, Lynette Rathnam as Dr. Sharanya Misra, Jillian Levine-Sisson as Jane, Scott McCormick as Nightmare, Tony Nam as Wong, Nanna Ingvarsson as Numinous, Colleen Delany as Men-Dar, Brian Hemmingsen as Praedivinus, Dani Stoller as Erotica, Amanda Forstrom as Satana and Ken Jackson as Doctor Voodoo. With Christopher Walker, Nora Achrati, Al Twanmo, Eric Messner, Karen Novak, Terence Aselford, Eva Wilhelm, James Lewis, David Jourdan, Evan Casey, Michael John Casey, Nathanial Perry and Thomas Keegan as Dormammu
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Scott McCormick
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Strange lives up to expectations. by Norman (Posted on 5/14/2018)
There was plenty to like about this. I found myself listening more intently to this one, on the grounds that the plot and theme was so in depth I feared missing a crucial element. The only thing it lacked was a good solid finish.
A Grand Adventure by John (Posted on 1/23/2018)
I heavily disagree with James' review stating that this was full of gobbledegook. Honestly, it is hard to follow for new readers, but as someone who is a newly made fan of Doctor Strange, this is a great story. I like how even though Strange is sharing the spotlight with 2 new characters as well as one of his biggest enemies, he still gains character development and insight. We learn about him and his past and how it drove him to become the man he was. Devin Grayson really got the character. The story was grand in scale and the dream dimension allows for interesting settings. I highly recommend this to new readers.
It was good but they should change the title by Nate (Posted on 1/10/2018)
I thought it was great BUT they should've titled it "Doctor Strange: The Dream Dimension." That way people would know what was going on.

The story starts in the middle of a weird dream and I think this threw a lot of people off. (as per the reviews of Danny and James) It makes sense if you keep listening to it, but for the first ten minutes or so you're like "what's going on?" They could've avoided this problem if they would've titled it better.

Dr. Strange by T'Aundria (Posted on 12/4/2017)
A bit difficult to follow.
Although I still found it a good read.
Dr. Sharanya Misra was my favorite character in the book.
Keep them coming GA.
Doctor Strange by Thomas Barnes (Posted on 6/26/2017)
A Very well performed and well put together production, the Story and acting were top quality, however at some points during the story (such as the explanations of the different realms and how they worked and what they represented) were just WAY to complicated for me to follow, i had to play it back MANY MANY times in order to comprehend what was being said
A Tough Listen For New STRANGErs by Danny (Posted on 3/9/2017)
I started listening to this and within the first ten minutes i realized i needed some back story knowledge of Dr. Strange.
So, i watched the movie. Returning to the audio, i was caught up with the good doctor but the story couldn't hold me the eight hours. The slow start wasn't the problem. The problem was the content and characters chosen for this story. I would've preferred an origin story.
Dr. Strange: The Fate of Dreams by Michael (Posted on 2/1/2017)
Although a bit slow at the start it soon picked up and gave us a view into the mind and heart of The Sorcerer Supreme. A must have for your audio collection.
Dr. Strange by Lee (Posted on 1/26/2017)
I liked it. a little creepy. love the marvel books. keep them coming GA. thanks
Dr Strange by James (Posted on 1/26/2017)
I've purchased over 300 Graphic Audio books so far. That includes every Marvel and DC title. I say this only to give perspective.

Dr. Strange is the worst book I've heard. It's very confusing with a bunch of gobbledegook. Just doesn't make much sense. I hope GA doesn't do anymore of this series but continues their great work on titles such as Batman, Justice League, Flash, Daredevil, Marvel and the best of all, Deathlands!
Ok but really not great by William (Posted on 12/6/2016)
This is the first time I read or listened to a stand alone dr strange story so that may be why I had a hard time getting into it and following along. Once I did I found it entertaining and worth a listen. Not sure it is for everyone though.
doctor strange the fate of dreams by joseph (Posted on 11/23/2016)
i love graphic audio! this title, however, seemed to drag a lot. i actually found happiness, when it ended. thats ok, though. ill keep buying them!!!
Strange by Bos (Posted on 11/21/2016)
although I enjoyed the production GA has done, I did fine the story hard to follow at times.

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