Monday, April 16, 2012

DOCTOR STRANGE faces DEATH and TAXES!
(But Mostly Taxes)

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With the exception of DEATH, (unless you're a nigh-immortal sorcerer,) TAXES are the only true constant of life here on Earth for we mere mortals.

Yet, even for one such as Doctor Stephen Strange; Master of the Mystic Arts, taxes are a dire peril that can not be avoided or defeated.

For as seen in this scene, Dr. Strange must divert his attentions away from studying grimoires to determining if he can deduct the upper level of his home; his Sanctum Sanctorum, as office space on his taxes.

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Stan Lee checks in on his old pal Stephen Strange
STAN LEE MEETS DOCTOR STRANGE # 1
Stan Lee (writer), Alan Davis (artist)

This post is a definite companion-piece and continuation of my last such entry (which can be found [HERE]), wherein I presented the varied times in Strange's published history where the Supreme Sorcerer had to deal with DEATH... and TAXES (but mostly Taxes).



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A Public Service Announcement:
Don't forget U.S. residents,  Tuesday, APRIL 17th is Income Tax Day...
(Yes, normally it is the 15th, but this year with that date falling on a Sunday and then the 16th being a Federal Holiday in the District of Columbia -that's the D.C. in Washington D.C.-, it fell to the next day - the 17th)
you have until Midnight on Tuesday, April 17th to file... 
or Beware the wrath of the Terrible TAX-MAN!!!

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2 comments:

speedwaygurl said...

Welcome to your friendly sorcerer's gift shop. Feel free to browse. Love it!

speedwaygurl said...

And don't even ask what it costs to dry-clean a cloak of levitation!

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