How Doctor Strange 2 Should Explain The Origin Of Vampires In MCU

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness could be the biggest project that we might get to see in MCU. There have been various theories making rounds about the movie that indicate that it will feature some of the biggest events and debuts in the franchise. Based on the latest trailer, we are sure that the movie is going to link the Disney+ shows into the narrative with appearances from characters. Other than that, the trailer also features some very interesting locations that might play an integral part in the plot of the movie. Doctor Strange in them Multiverse of Madness could dive into the origin of Vampires in MCU by introducing the MCU’s Otherworld.

Multiverse of Madness

Spider-Man: No Way Home managed to give us a taste of the multiversal chaos but things are going to get worse in Doctor Strange 2. The trailer indicated that Strange is going to come across a lot of his variants who aren’t all like him. At the same time, he will also have foes around him considering Wanda will also be taking things into her own hands. Considering America Chavez will be alongside Strange we can expect to see the duo go through some interesting realities based on the former’s powers. The multiverse might pave the way for some very interesting events in the future of the franchise.


Fans have already seen that Patrick Stewart’s voice could be heard in the trailer and it was linked to Charles Xavier. With an X-Men movie already under development, fans wondered how the mutants will be introduced to the franchise. Considering Doctor Strange 2 was gonna deal with the multiverse, it became obvious that it might have a significant role to play with that. But that’s not all considering some other essential characters and narratives are also supposed to make their MCU debut soon. There is a chance that this movie might also pave the way for them.



Origin Of Vampires In MCU

The Otherworld lies at the very heart of the multiverse and serves as the “nexus of all reality”. It also consists of the Starlight Citadel that is responsible for protecting all the dimensions. The powers that exist here have often been cosmologically closely aligned with those of Asgard. Recently there have been some interesting developments in the comics based on these locations.


Recently, the X of Swords narrative gave an interesting amount of insight regarding the location and its significance in the Marvel universe. According to that narrative, the location is divided into a variety of Fair and Foul Courts. Amongst these courts is one that is known as Svalith that is ruled by Countex Oublia and Countex Oscura. They are known as the true vampires and it might mean some very interesting development is depicted in the MCU movie.


Otherworld In Multiverse of Madness

A variety of locations end up appearing in the trailer for Doctor Strange 2. One of them shows the Starlight Citadel and it appears to be destined to be left in ruins. The narrative of the movie will see the dimensions to be open with a wide variety of characters appearing into the MCU. This could clearly pave the way for vampires also being brought into the MCU. Not only that, but many fans have indicated that they might have seen Blade appearing in the trailer amongst the characters present amongst the council that summons Strange.


Origin Of Vampires In MCU

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige actually hinted that there will be a link between Doctor Strange 2 and Blade. In an interview with Rotten Tomatoes, Feige stated:

We have, for years, wanted to find a new way into Blade, we love that character. We love that world. Now, with Doctor Strange and the supernatural elements coming into the MCU, it felt like we could definitely start exploring that..


It might not have a major feature in the movie, but it will definitely be an interesting setup for the future events we will get to explore. There are a lot of interesting new MCU projects that will explore the supernatural. Indirectly setting up a set of events has happened before with the Disney+ series Loki and Spider-Man: No Way Home. We saw both the projects referencing the Multiverse in a beautiful manner.


Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be released in theaters worldwide on May 6.

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