DOCTOR STRANGE LOST HIS HEART INSTEAD OF HIS HANDS
Moving even deeper and darker into this world, episode for explores What...If? Doctor Strange Lost His Heart Instead Of His Hands. An idea that completely lends itself to the animation style, producing a spectacle on screen.
Written by Elliot Lines
This series was getting to a point where the stories almost felt a little safe, well this episode certainly scraps that notion. Getting off to a slow start the episode slowly ramps up to new levels showing the full potential of what may happen if there was a "dark" Doctor Strange.
Throughout the animation style has been stunning, but it feels like this episode is exactly the type of story we should be seeing every week. The cosmic style blends into the animation with ease, creating an impressive and awe inspiring spectacle.
There has been problems with the voice acting but here Benedict Cumberbatch doesn't fall into the trap some of the other big stars have, providing his on screen charm to this animated version of his Doctor Strange. Jeffery Wright also has a bigger role here, it is yet to be seen whether he will have more of a role, but his soothing voice would definately be welcome.
It feels like episode 4 could have the most ramifications on the universe as a whole, maybe a glimpse of what to come in the latest Spider-man trailer. The episode alone has its faults in story at the start, but winds up into a full showcase of this animation style