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Lilia hypnotized Dr. Strange into recovering the Tome -proving that even a master magician is still but a man.
Mordo had left the book sealed shut and guarded by a living gargoyle!
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Nightmare, the Ancient One, Sligguth, N'Gabthoth, Dagoth, and Shuma-Gorath appear in flashback.
Neal Adams was just one of The Crusty Bunkers on this book.
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