Doctor Strange 2’s Funko Pop! range teases MCU newcomer

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has a Funko Pop! range ready for action.

Amongst these nifty figurines (available to pre-order right now ahead of the July 25 release date via Pop in a Box)we have an ambiguous Marvel Cinematic Universe newcomer named Sara, dressed in blue sorceress robes.

By the looks of her, this is most likely Baroness Sara Mordo (Karl’s mother), but comic book readers may argue it could also be Sara Wolfe, Strange’s secretary and Wong’s romantic interest.

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Marvel’s Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness Sara Funko Pop!

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Whatever her identity, Sara will not be the only new kid on the block in this saga of wizards, Spider-Men, angry green scientists and Asgardian gods.

Debuting last month, the sequel’s Super Bowl-released trailer seemingly confirmed the introduction of the X-Men into the MCU, with Charles Xavier’s voice heard amid the chaos.

Patrick Stewart, who played the mutant across seven movies, subsequently addressed his rumored involvement.

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“I had my phone turned off as it happened, so I did not hear anything. It was not until the next morning when I woke up and looked at my phone and found that I had been bombarded with responses. My PR people had sent me reactions that they had detailed and passed onto me, “he told Jake’s Takes.

“I actually did not recognize my own voice. It sounded different. Whether I had a cold or something at the time, I do not know,” he noted.

“I was astonished – and all they saw was the back of my shoulder and I think my earlobe, nothing else – that there would have been so many connections made. But it pleased me [to see the reactions]. “

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is due to be released on May 5, 2022.

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