How ‘Doctor Strange’ Compares To The Rest Of The MCU

Doctor Strange arrives in theaters this week, but how does it measure up to the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

You can also read a transcription of this video here.

Hope you guys enjoyed my first video for Jon In Theory, a new channel I’ve been working on (hence my radio silence these past two weeks) in order to give you a wider depth of content (and because many of you have been clamoring for me to do videos since 2012). If you still prefer to read on this site, I’ll be providing transcriptions along with each video, as well.

Jon In Theory is a weekly video blog dedicated to thinking deeply when it comes to entertainment culture. I plan on addressing a lot of topics that range from fan theories to persuasive arguments about film and television. These include ideas I’ve written about in the past, like the Pixar Theory and Inception theories. But I also want to try new things as well, like video essays.

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So let me know your thoughts on this first episode, which is a quick quasi-review of Doctor Strange as it relates to the larger MCU. And I’m still doing my live Pixar show on Wednesdays (why am I so busy?), which you can check out on Super News.


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4 thoughts on “How ‘Doctor Strange’ Compares To The Rest Of The MCU

  1. (and because many of you have been clamoring for me to do videos since 2012)

    I regret nothing.

  2. Great job! Natural and brief. Video didn’t drag on needlessly. Also, you managed to get some footage in there I haven’t seen yet, so bonus points. Also, I agree with your point that the Marvel movies shouldn’t be expected to top themselves every movie and should just be enjoyed for what they are, which are good movies.

  3. I’ve been waiting for him to make youtube videos for years! Also, this is a great video. Keep up the good work!

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