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Marvel series and movies to watch before Multiverse of Madness 

While I’m not an expert in Marvel Comics, I am well-versed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Following the massive success of “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” fans are eagerly anticipating the next episode of “Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness.” 

This film will most likely connect a number of series, films, and comic books. While you may not have time to view all of the movies and TV episodes I’ve squandered my time on, here’s a list of some of the ones you should watch on Disney+ before the film comes out on May 6. 

Strange Doctor 

The original film will provide you with all of the history you need for some of the important characters in this film. It will, of course, introduce you to Strange, the primary character. 

It will, however, offer you a glimpse into some of the side characters, such as Wong, Strange’s mentor and coworker, and Mordo, who vowed to return to Strange to put him straight for misusing his power. 

You’ll also meet Strange’s love interest, Christine, who seems to play a significant part in the film based on the Super Bowl teaser. 


The first episode of the MCU’s Phase Four blew everyone off their feet early last year, and based on the glimpses of Wanda revealed in the teaser, her character will play a significant role in Multiverse of Madness. 

Wanda’s character, first introduced in “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” is given greater depth and context in “WandaVision.” 

She has been through a lot. Wanda’s life experiences have led her to be one of the strongest Avengers, from losing her parents in a war to losing her brother in a war to losing her spouse in, you got it, a war. 


While Loki and his sidekick Sylvie are unlikely to be in the film, a significant figure from the ending is. The Timekeeper, also known as Kang the Conqueror, is supposed to be the next great Marvel villain in the movies. 

Watching this program will offer you a decent background for who he is and why he matters, plus you may appreciate some Loki stuff that isn’t limited to the Thor movies. 

What if…? 

At first glance, this episode does not seem to be relevant to the Multiverse of Madness. However, after you reach episode 4, you’ll notice some similarities between the trailer and the show, particularly the black ooze. 

There’s also a zombie episode. While some people think Wanda and Strange will turn into zombies in the film, I have my doubts. Nonetheless, it’s an entertaining episode to watch. 


I’m reluctant to include this one, however rumours say that Deadpool may appear in the film due to his inclusion in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Some are focusing on little features in posters, while others are referring to “X-Men” allusions in the movie. 

I’m still not persuaded that this film has anything to do with the Multiverse of Madness, but it’s a great rated-R superhero film.

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