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Ironheart creeps closer to understanding the powerful people who have been wreaking magical havoc around her.

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Ironheart creeps closer to understanding the powerful people who have been wreaking magical havoc around her.

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As Ironheart creeps closer to understanding the powerful people who have been wreaking magical havoc around her, she needs to talk to someone who can give her a clue…and it’s none other than the Sorcerer Supreme himself, DOCTOR STRANGE!

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Written by: Eve Ewing
Art by: Luciano Vecchio
Cover by: Stefano Caselli
Page Count: 23 Pages
Release Date: July 10 2019
Age Rating: 9+ Only

Ironheart creeps closer to understanding the powerful people who have been wreaking magical havoc around her.

Ironheart creeps closer to understanding the powerful people who have been wreaking magical havoc around her.

Ironheart creeps closer to understanding the powerful people who have been wreaking magical havoc around her.

Ironheart creeps closer to understanding the powerful people who have been wreaking magical havoc around her.

Ironheart creeps closer to understanding the powerful people who have been wreaking magical havoc around her.

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