4 Dr. Stranges Together are represented in a new Doctor Strange 2 concept art

4 Dr. Stranges Together are represented in a new Doctor Strange 2 concept art ...

Variants, which was first explored in Loki with Tom Hiddlestons various other individuals, has now been discovered more than a few times. This go around, and fans will meet or have met several alternate versions of Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, and Rachel McAdams characters in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Before audiences came back to the attention of the most recent film, they fell in love with another concept: Spider-Man; No Way Home. In the film, Tom Holland teamed up with Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire to take on five former Spidey villains.

Despite the fact that theVariants of the multiverse of Madness scenes do not often interact with themselves throughout the film''s runtime. Fortunately, new art has been discovered that proves what the film might have been like.

4 Doctor Stranges Team Up

Artist Karla Ortiz has taken a virtual reality show to Twitter to show off her concepts for the latest Marvel Studios film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

The first image she shared focuses on fourDoctor Stranges, each with various designs standing side-by-side, alongside a fourth Strange as represented by a floating head in the background.

As the production took place in its very early days, Ortiz said that the aim of the artwork was to promote hype and potentially inform future results internally.

So excited to share with you SOME of the work I did for #DoctorStrange in the Multiverse of Madness in the coming days! The production was in very early stages. [Marvel Studios'''' Head of Visual Development] Ryan Meinerding asked me to create a poster that might help to build hype and potentially inform new looks.

On the right side of the photo, a photo that resembles Defender Strange is seen posing. The artist claims that this was a tremendous project to have undertaken, and that this concept in particular [served] as an early inspiration for one of the major costumes that made it to the big screen:

A design on the left side highlights what appears to be a more disheveled look for the titular hero.

Fans can see Ortez'' attempt at a Masters Costume in the middle. The artist admits how she [regrets] was not able to see the whole project through due to the delay in manufacturing because of COVID-19 in 2020:

"... closeups of other things, including an attempt at a Masters Costume for him." Being a part of this was an absolute pleasure! In 2020, COVID halted production work. By the time it resumed, I was working elsewhere."

This gives you a better view of the Strange head in the background, which certainly has a sinister aura. Could this be a pre-cursor to the villainous force that is Sinister Strange?

The Multiversal Doctor Strange Concept Art

Anytime a project involves the Multiverse, one thing is clear: the art book will undoubtedly be the ride. The amount of different Doctor Stranges that were created and drawn out is likely to be insane.

Despite what the art depicts, it is important to note how fourBenedict Cumberbatch''s ever shared the screen simultaneously. It was only to depict a mood and help in expressing creativity and ideas from those who are behind the scenes.

If anything like that had happened, it would have been Cumberbatch, however, there would be no other generations of Doctor Strange portrayals to choose from.

On drawing the artwork above, one must wonder: what was the purpose behind the ominous face? Maybeit was meant to show how much of an obstacle his character is perceived as being to the Multiverse. Or was there going to be a Variant of the titular hero at one point and time who would have served as the big bad?

Hopefully, that whole artbook will be published sooner rather than later.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now playing in theaters across the world.

You may also like: