With Doctor Strange slated to hit theaters this weekend, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will really never be the same. The Sorcerer Supreme will introduce genuine magic to the continuity of the MCU, which means Earth's mightiest heroes will now have to contend with threats that cannot be explained by pure science. It's a brave new world for Marvel fans, and one that is now firmly rooted in the exotic world of mysticism.
In the spirit of that exciting development, we have taken it upon ourselves to compile a list of supernatural Marvel character that should definitely debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe following Doctor Strange. Some of these characters tie directly into Stephen Strange's corner of the MCU, while others strike out in wildly different directions. Check out our entries and let us know what magic-based characters you want to see enter the MCU. Now let's get started with a fascinating Marvel hero who has a particular knack for the dark arts...
Magic comes in a variety of forms in the Marvel universe, and one of the creepiest forms of magic to embrace has to be voodoo. Rooted firmly in the traditions of Haitian mysticism, Jericho Drumm a.k.a Brother Voodoo possesses a number of dark powers that make him a perfect addition to the MCU. There's even definitely a framework in place for Drumm to make an appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe at some point, as he has the ability to utilize the Eye of Agamotto, and he even briefly replaced Stephen Strange as the Sorcerer Supreme for a time -- which resulted in him becoming known as Doctor Voodoo.
Given the fact that Doctor Strange very firmly established the existence of Dormammu and The Dark Dimension, it only makes sense to now turn it into a family affair. As the niece of Dormammu, Clea is a powerful sorceress and rightful heir to The Dark Dimension. Despite hailing from that terrible place, she's often been known to aid Doctor Strange in his battles against her uncle, and the two even maintain a deep, romantic connection.