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Doctor Strange 2: Who is Vishanti?

Doctor Strange 2: Who is Vishanti?

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and the other mysterious members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the madness owed an extraordinary amount to propel the live-action world. As part of that, House of Ideas introduced one of the character’s biggest mentors, potentially hinting at a live-action debut of his own at some point in the near future. Full spoiler ahead! If you haven’t seen the sequel yet, proceed with caution.

During the film’s opening moments, defenders Strange (Cumberbatch) and America Chavez (Xochital Gomez) find themselves stopping toward the book of Peace, before a demon appears out of nowhere and kills the former. The magical tome also appears later in the film, as the MCU hopes to use it to combat with the Darkhold being used by the Strange Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen).

The book itself has long existed within Marvel source material, serving essentially the same purpose that its live-action counterpart does. The most powerful spells in the universe are found in the book, which often serve as defenses against the more nefarious realms of magic. Beyond that, though, Vishanti is also a trio of the most powerful magic-focused characters in the Marvel Universe.

There is Agamoto, after whom the Eye is named, who served as Earth’s first Sorcerer Supreme, roaming around 1,000,000 BC with the other members of the Avengers. Then there’s the Hoggoth, the last surviving member of an ancient race of aliens who take on the appearance of mysterious tigers. Very beautiful, isn’t it? The last member is Oshthur, who is often credited with bringing the band together. He is actually one of Marvel’s Elder Gods, and one of the first beings created within the time frame of the comic’s universe.

Together, Vishanti chooses the Supreme Sorcerer of the Earth and often acts as a guide or mentor, even to a fault. Also, the logo we often associate with Strange (which looks like a sanctum sanctorum) is technically the logo of Vishanti, or the group’s “seal of peace”.

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Drashti Jain