Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel

Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel

Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel
PLEASE INSPECT THE HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTOS AND SCANS INCLUDED WITH THE LISTING TO EVALUATE BOOK CONDITION AND PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS SHOULD YOU HAVE THEM. (RELEASED SEPTEMBER 1973 to FEBRUARY 1974) #169 – 1st appearance of Brother Voodoo (Daniel Drumm, Jericho Drumm), 1st Bambu, 1st Papa Jambo, 1st Damballah, 1st Dr. Maitland, 1st Loa Medallion, 1st Wangal Amulet #170 – death of Damballah, death of Fong Lee #172 – 1st Loralee Tate, 1st Cult of the Dark Lord, 1st Samuel Tate, 1st Pete Hawkins ALL BOOKS ARE COMPLETE – NO MISSING PAGES OR PAGE PIECES AND NO TEARS. PAGES AVERAGE ABOUT CREAM IN COLOR AND ARE SUPPLE NOT BRITTLE. ALL BOOKS ARE SECURELY BOUND FROM COVER TO CENTERFOLD WITH ORIGINAL STAPLES AND NO TAPE OR OTHER ADHESIVES HAVE BEEN APPLIED TO ANY OF THE BOOKS. ISSUE #169 SHOWS SIGNS OF MODERATE COVER WEAR. ISSUE #170 IS IN HIGH GRADE CONDITION. ISSUE #172 FALLS BETWEEN THE TWO IN CONDITION, CLOSER TO #170 THAN #169. A pathologist from the United Nations named Doctor Maitland arrives at the airport in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. A man named Willoby is there and greets him and explains that he’ll escort him. Suddenly, numerous Haitian gunmen accost them and hold them at gunpoint. A cloud of smoke rolls in, and from it steps Brother Voodoo. Voodoo dives into the men, driving them to the ground, but one manages to get away in a rental car. While fleeing, he attempts to run Brother Voodoo down, but Voodoo dives out of the way and the car crashes into the side of a building killing the would be assailant. Suddenly, a ghostly figure rises from Brother Voodoo’s body. The apparition takes possession of one of the other gunmen and forces him to turn against his allies. Brother Voodoo takes a moment to reflect on the course of events that set him down his chosen path. Some time ago, Brother Voodoo was merely Jericho Drumm, a prominent psychologist practicing in the United States. Daniel told Jericho that an evil man claiming to be Damballah the Serpent God arrived in Port-au-Prince to educate the locals in the ways of black magic. Daniel had been the previous Brother Voodoo, and sought to stop Damballah, but Damballah cursed him with a wasting disease. Daniel told Jericho to seek out an old Houngan named Papa Jambo. He was the only one with the power to end Damballah’s influence. At the stroke of midnight, Daniel died, and Jericho knew that Damballah was responsible. Racing outside of the house, Jericho tackled Damballah, but the purported Serpent God beat him to within an inch of his life. Damballah spared Jericho, citing that he was not even worth killing. Fulfilling his brother’s wishes, Jericho wrapped Daniel’s body and brought him deep into the jungle to the hut of Papa Jambo. He explained the situation to the old man, and Papa Jambo told him that while he would not help Jericho himself he would teach him the ways of Voodoo so that he could become the next Brother Voodoo. Continued from last issue… Finished his training, Jericho Drumm needs to pass one final test in order to take over the role of Brother Voodoo, a title held until then by his murdered brother Daniel. The final cerimony ends with Daniel’s soul merged with Jericho’s, as well as the mark of voodoo appearing on Jericho’s forehead and a white streak appearing in his hair. With his purpose in life over, Papa Jambo passes away telling Jericho that he is now worthy of the title Brother Voodoo. Jericho then goes after Damballah, who was responsible for murdering his brother. Damballah meanwhile has gathered the Council of the Vadaou, a group of international Voodoo practitioners to take control of the organization. However, Brother Voodoo arrives and challenges Damballah to a rematch. During their fight, Brother Voodoo realizes that Damballah has control over snakes due to a mystical amulet that he has in his possession. Sending the soul of his brother Daniel into one of the Council members, he manages to remove the amulet from Damballah’s grasp. With his control over the snakes gone, they turn on him, and he is killed. With the amulet in his possession, he’s confronted by a man named Bambu who tells him that he is the faithful servant of whoever owns the amulet. Accepting the man as an aid, Brother Voodoo departs, telling his new servant that they have much work to do. Fiend in the Fog! Outside his home in New Orleans, Brother Voodoo spots a young girl being swept away in the Mississippi River. Diving into the water, Voodoo manages to save the girl and bring her back to his home. There he learns that she is Loralee Tate, daughter of Samuel Tate the local chief of police. She tells Brother Voodoo that she has been stalked by a group called the Cult of the Darklord. At first they mailed her a package with a black rooster inside and a note telling her that they intend for her to be their next victim in a series of missing women in the area. That night as she was driving home, she was confronted by the cult, however as she tried to get away a strange mist appeared and formed into the face of a demon. Trying to avoid driving into it’s maw, she swerved and her car ended up going off the road and into the Mississippi where she managed to get free from her car but got swept away. While waiting for her father to arrive, the Cult of the Darklord arrives at Voodoo’s house and attacks. They manage to knock Voodoo out and capture the girl and flee into the night. When Samuel Tate arrives, Brother Voodoo has to explain the predicament to him. Brother Voodoo then tries to convince Tate and his colleague detective Pete Hawkins to let him deal with the cult alone. When they refuse, and later try to arrest him, Voodoo flees into the night to and rescue the girl. Meanwhile, at the secret home of the Cult of the Darklord, Loralee is being dragged off to the ceremonial room where she is to be sacrificed. Polypropylene comic book bags (with backing boards) inside of. A cardboard reinforced DO NOT BEND photo mailer inside of. The item “Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel” is in sale since Sunday, July 25, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comic Books & Memorabilia\Comics\Comics & Graphic Novels”. The seller is “jame_condi” and is located in Bethel, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Character: Brother Voodoo
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Issue Number: 169 170 172
  • Series: Strange Tales
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Type: Comic Book
  • Features: First Character Appearance
  • Artist/Writer: Len Wein
  • Vintage: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel
  • Tradition: US Comics
  • Genre: Superheroes
  • Cover Artist: John Romita
  • Unit of Sale: Comic Book Lot
  • Main Character: Brother Voodoo
  • Publication Date: 1973 1974

Strange Tales 169 170 172 1st Brother Voodoo MCU Doctor Strange Movie Sequel