Doctor Strange 2 Hints A Huge Villain’s Origin Story Has Already Been Changed – GameSpot

Warning! SPOILERS for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness set new rules for dreams in the MCU multiverse, hinting that a strange doctor the villain’s origin has already been changed. Classic Marvel villain Nightmare rules the Kingdom of Nightmare, part of an alternate plane of reality called the Dream Dimension in the Marvel Comics Universe. Doctor Strange 2 changed the meaning of dreams in their relationship to the multiverse, and thus Nightmare will need a new origin if he appears in the MCU.

Debuted in a 1963 issue of strange tales, Nightmare is a god-like entity whose rules over a portion of the dream dimension, which is formed from the collective unconscious of humanity. Although Nightmare is one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Comics Universe, his powers are limited. The nightmare is invincible as long as there are sleeping beings, but it lacks power over those who are awake. Nightmare, along with Baron Mordo and Dormammu, is one of Doctor Strange’s greatest enemies.

Nightmare was said to be the villain of Doctor Strange 2, but that ultimately turned out to be Wanda Maximoff, whose Scarlet Witch title now symbolizes her corruption rather than her heroism, as shown in the comics. Dreams in the MCU have different properties, representing his variant’s experiences in another reality instead of a temporary and (usually) harmless visit to the dream dimension. With that in mind, an MCU version of Nightmare should have its origin changed, making it a dangerous entity that threatens the entire multiverse, making it similar in a way to the movie version of Scarlet Witch.

The Dream Dimension – and therefore Nightmare’s dominance – cannot exist in the MCU, based on established lore in Doctor Strange 2, but that doesn’t mean Nightmare itself couldn’t exist. Nightmare could be a multiversal entity that travels from universe to universe, killing specific people but appearing in the nightmares of their alternate universe counterparts. In this regard, Nightmare would be similar to both Scarlet Witch and an evil version of America Chavez, being a unique entity in the vast multiverse whose actions affect a multitude of realities.

Nightmare could also receive a change to his origin in the MCU but still rule over the Nightmare Realm, which could be a part of Dormammu’s Dark Dimension instead of the Dream Dimension. This could make Nightmare a subordinate of Dormammu or perhaps an unlikely ally of Doctor Strange and Clea in the eventual doctor strange 3. Nightmare is a major Doctor Strange villain, so he should show up in the MCU sooner or later, though. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness requires major changes to its origin story.

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