Marvel Legacy is just around the corner and it may bring with a change of location for the Doctor Strange’s home, the Sanctum Sanctorum.
In the lead up to Marvel Legacy’s launch, Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Axel Alonso has been previewing pages from many of the initiative's launch titles. One of those pages was drawn by Gabriel Hernandez Walta for Doctor Strange #381. The page shows the Sanctum Sanctorum floating above the ground with an “Under New Management” sign on under the address plate.
Take a look below.
Fans already know that Marvel Legacy will see Loki replacing Doctor Strange as the Marvel Universe’s new Sorcerer Supreme. It would make sense then that Loki would take up residence in the Sanctum Sanctorum. However, it's unclear why the 117 Bleeker Street fixture is floating above Greenwich Village in the preview page. Could Loki be moving the Sanctum to someplace new, or is he just putting some space between himself and the mortals of Midgard?
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