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Marvel Legacy: [Spoiler] Returns in Doctor Strange #382

Desperate times call for desperate measures.

Stephen Strange gained a surprising new ally in his fight against Loki this week.

Warning: this article contains spoilers for Doctor Strange #382!

Strange's status quo has changed considerably thanks to Marvel Legacy, with the character handing over his home, his magical artifacts and the very title of Sorcerer Supreme to Loki. However, Strange clearly doesn't trust the god of mischief, and this issue saw him work clandestinely to prevent Loki from harnessing a spell called "The Exile of Singhsoon," which would allow Loki to harness all the remaining magical energy in the universe. Here he is explaining the gravity of the situation to Bats, his new talking dog sidekick:

Art by Gabriel Hernandez Walta. (Marvel Comics)

Unfortunately, Bats proved to be the first casualty of Strange and Loki's feud, as the new Sorcerer Supreme accidentally suffocated the poor pup. Desperate and more than a little angry, Strange resorted to tacking down the most explosive secret weapon. Outwardly a seemingly ordinary man named Robert, that secret weapon is actually none other than the Sentry:

Art by Gabriel Hernandez Walta. (Marvel Comics)

For those not familiar with this character, the Sentry is a Superman-like character who was introduced in the 2000 miniseries The Sentry. While easily among Earth's strongest heroes, he's also extremely mentally unstable and host to a malevolent villain known as the Void. The Sentry was killed in the 2010 miniseries Siege (after being manipulated into destroying Asgard), but briefly resurfaced during the course of Rick Remender's Uncanny Avengers run before vanishing again.

The Sentry is the latest dormant Marvel hero to make their return for the Marvel Legacy relaunch. Marvel Legacy #1 brought the original Wolverine back into play, while the original Jean Grey is poised to return in Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey #1 later this month.

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