Every reference, callback, and teases in a single post!!!!

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was just released and even though it was full of mixed reviews. There is always something to look forward to in comic book movies.

It can be cameos, VFX, or Easter Eggs. Now, every MCU or DCEU movie is filled with Easter Eggs. Sometimes they are for story progression, sometimes as a throwback, and sometimes just for fun.

Doctor Strange sequel was also filled with many Easter Eggs. There were a total of almost 187 Easter Eggs. Now, we can not write about every easter egg in a single post, can we? But we can surely write about the best ones and ones that you might have missed.

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So, we have found and included as many Easter Eggs as we can from the 28th movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So, let’s get on with it.

Note: This list contains possible spoilers for everyone who hasn’t watched this movie yet. If you don’t want to be spoiled, we advise you to stop reading the article right now!!

Welcome The Illuminati

We already knew that Illuminati will be in this movie. And every Marvel fan who is familiar with the comics knew who Illuminati are. Illuminati is a group of superheroes working in the shadows to keep the peace of the world intact.

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When Dr.Strange went to Earth-838, he was held on trial by the Illuminati of that earth. And to protect the peace they brought out the best and brightest of their Earth which included some familiar faces.

Dr. Strange’s new nemesis Karl Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor). Captain Carter (Hayley Atwell), who have taken the mantle of Captain America in this world after taking the Super Serum.

The Attilan Ruler Black Bolt (Anson Mount), Maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch), Cara Denver’s best friend who is Captain Marvel on this earth, and Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart).

The biggest reveal was undoubtedly John Krasinski as Reed Richards. This also begs the question, will John play Reed Richards in the upcoming Fantastic Four movie, or was it just a one-off cameo?

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I can do this all day!

Well, it was too obvious to miss, but we can’t help ourselves to not include this one here. Definitely one of the best moments of the movie and it was just a single line.

Captain Peggy Carter has not only taken super serum but she has also inherited Steve Rogers’s tagline of “I can do this all day”. And when she delivered it, it was cheers all over the hall.

Books Of Fate

Dr.Strange in the Multiverse Of Madness features two books and both of them are really important. The first book is Darkhold, which has been in MCU since the first season of Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.S