And that’s not all they want...
Keith Heeney Let’s see some “hoary hosts of Hoggoth”, he’s always banging on about ’em! I think he’s making it up, myself!
Lee Burridge Realistic demons.
Colin Mottershead The original costume by Steve Ditko recreated as faithfully as possible, complete with high collar.
Faye Marsden Wholeheartedly approve of the casting so far, and Mads Mikkelsen would make a great Dormammu.
Frank Cotterill More of the Quantum Realm, as seen in Ant-Man. Maybe we could find out what happened to Janet van Dyne in there.
Ella Easom A different feel to every Marvel movie so far. The
“formula” is starting to lose its appeal for me.
Bob Holmes A nod to Doctor Strange’s costume change in 1968 (and how rubbish it was).
Mary Dennell If they’re doing the traditional origin story make it as personal as possible – don’t tie it into an end of the world plot.
Joe Cowden The Sanctum Sanctorum in all its mystical glory.
Carl Lewin An explanation for why Hydra considers him a threat in The Winter Soldier.
Adelaide Wescott Have Wong but make him more of a Kato-like ass-kicking assistant than a servant.
Trevor Langley Anyone other than Benedict Cumberbatch as Strange – he’s a boring, obvious choice. Take more risks, Marvel!
Nick Munson None of this axe nonsense that Strange has in the new Marvel comics.
Elaine Baker At least one scene where Strange makes a coin appear from behind a child’s ear or does the old detaching thumb trick.
Ken Edwards A Stan Lee cameo as a hokey magician who saws a woman in half on stage.
Ali Everett A big old scrap with Nightmare in the dream dimension.
Rob Seymour MCU crossovers, references and cameos kept to a minimum, like Guardians Of The Galaxy. If Doctor Strange is to succeed the character needs to stand on his own before teaming up with Cap et al.