Dr. Stephen Strange is a fictional male Human in the The Avengers comic series who was portrayed on screen by Benedict Cumberbatch. Dr. Stephen Strange was a brilliant but arrogant surgeon but after a car accident, he no longer had total control of his fingers needed to do precision surgery. Stephen upped and went out to Kamar-Taj in the Himalayas to look for the Ancient One to learn new skills.
The Ancient One would go on to teach Strange the ability to use magic. In the film, the Ancient One was played by Tilda Swinton, a British Actress. In the comics, the character was a male character which upset a few purists of the character.
After the Ancient One has managed to train up Doctor Strange, the Ancient One dies leaving Strange to carry on with defeating Kaecilius, a warlock who has decided to challenge the Ancient One and bring doom.
Strange's red cape has a mind of its own and can act independently of Strange which can come in handy when facing off against other magicians. In addition to the cape, he has the Eye of Agamotto which provides his power. The eye is actually the Infinity Stone of Time. The eye is one of the Infinity Stones that Thanos needs in order to wipe out half of all life in the universe. The stone is able to affect time allowing him to move back and forwards to achieve his aims.
In the first appearance, strange does not work along, he is assisted by Baron Mordo. At the end of the Strange film, it is revealed or should that be implied that Baron Mordo will be the next antagonist of Strange's excluding the Infinity Wars.
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