‘Doctor Strange’ Writer Reviews ‘Werewolf by Night
It is one of our most anticipated Marvel projects o the year following its tremendous trailer that arrived at this year’s D23 event, as Doctor Strange writer C.Robert Cargil gave his review of Werewolf by Night
There are a few Marvel projects that have been announced for Phase Four or Five that have made us as excited as what we are bound to expect in the October 7th release of Werewolf by Night.
Primed to be the spooky event of the season, the special is a horror-centric story about one of the Marvel Universe’s most interesting supernaturally based characters.
Although the Disney+ special had not been announced until the convention event that gave us our first trailer, it was long perceived as the MCU’s worst kept series, as a lot of the people involved had been reported prior to an official announcement.
The project should benefit from its very unique perspective, as it seems to breathe of fresh air for MCU viewers as they prepare for the Halloween season; and one of those who had early access had a glowing review, as Doctor Strange writer C. Robert Cargill took to Twitter to share his opinion of Werewolf by Night
Cargill stated, “Marvel’s WEREWOLF BY NIGHT is the 70s horror comics through a 1930s lens. Super fun. And goes way harder than Marvel ever has. Plus it includes an amazing cult comic character that you are not gonna see coming and I cant believe I saw on the big screen. A true spooky October treat.”
Marvel’s WEREWOLF BY NIGHT is the 70s horror comics through a 1930s lens. Super fun. And goes way harder than Marvel ever has. Plus it includes an amazing Cult comic character you are not gonna see coming and I can’t believe I saw on the big screen. A true spooky October treat.
— C. Robert Cargill (@Massawyrm) September 26, 2022
Doctor Strange had long been one of Marvels most creative endeavors, and strongly represented a commitment to pushing the limits of what a Marvel project was capable of; which stands to reason why Cargill was such a fan of this project.
Michael Giacchino is primed to work magic in his directorial debut as the early reaction from the project points to a brilliant entry into the MCU pantheon.