I was also a Dr. Strange fan. Would love to see Alan Moore pen a limited series.
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I'm not too sure but I've been reading sci fi and fantasy since I was a teenager. I can't remember specifics from back then but at some point I discovered Asimov and read The Foundation Trilogy. After that I was hooked on Asimov and eventually read most of his works. As a freshman in college I took a sci fi lit course which introduced me to other authors. My memory from then includes The Left Hand of Darkness and Dune.
My first science fiction came on TV decades ago, before I had a chance to read any books. I am old enough to remember "Captain Video" with Al Hodges, who was one of the actors who portrayed "The Green Hornet" on radio. I'm feeling old just writing about this. '
I can't remember specifics from back then but at some point I discovered Asimov and read The Foundation Trilogy.
I recently reread The Hobbit after not picking it up since I was a teenager. After doing that I decided to reread the Foundation Trilogy after not reading since college. Even after all that time I am surprised by how much of the story is familiar.