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The silent Doctor Strange 2 cameo, explained

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Doctor Strange in the Mad Multiverse has a fair amount of cameos. Some are more ambiguous than others. There are different versions of familiar characters, newcomers to the MCU, and some A-stars popping up out of nowhere.

Director Sam Raimi’s new film, as the title suggests, takes us into a multiverse thanks to a dimensional leap from America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez). Like Spider-Man: No Way Home, Doctor Strange 2, which stunned us like Matt Murdoch, includes a callback to the past of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but mentioning any further would be a spoiler…

here is yours Spoiler alert! If you haven’t seen the new Doctor Strange sequel, come back to this page later and take your loot to the cinemas and put the next part of Marvel Phase 4 into your eye sockets. For anyone who’s seen the new movie, expect a full briefing on who the seemingly random lush cameos are.

Who is the silent hero in Doctor Strange 2?

Okay, so you watched the movie and saw Inhumans star Anson Mount reprize his role as Black Bolt. Superhero’s voice is so destructive that he chooses not to speak and harms everyone around him.

In both the manga and ABC TV show that aired for a season in 2017, Black Bolt is a savage. Mutations are contemplated, but instead of being born with abilities, they must go through what is known as Terrigen -Mist. their strength. There was an Inhumans TV show starring Black Bolt, but the reviews weren’t good and the series that was originally supposed to be made into a movie wasn’t renewed. Inhumans also appeared in the Agents of Shield series, but no one can be sure that Agents of Shields are cannons.

On TV Inhumans, Black Bolt underwent intense mental training in order not to make a sound even while sleeping. He usually communicates using sign language or a speaker. The version seen in Doctor Strange 2 is a variant of Black Bolt in a more comical costume than the TV version.

Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Black Bolt first appeared in Fantastic Four #45 in December 1965. A genetically modified superhuman, he is the reclusive ruler of Attilan, home of the Inhumans. He can also fly from any matter, manipulate particles, and has limited telepathic abilities.

It’s surprising to see Mount’s Black Bolt in Doctor Strange 2, given that the Inhumans TV show is watched by a minority and is often ridiculed for its poor quality. But unfortunately we have very little time with our heroes.

What role does Black Bolt play in Illuminati?

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In Doctor Strange in the Mad Multiverse, Black Bolt is introduced as a member of the Illuminati, an Earth-838-based hero group that oversees what happens throughout the Multiverse. Led by Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), the team includes Reed Richards (John Krasinski), Captain Marvel (Lashana Lynch) and Captain Carter (Hayley Atwell).

found in her universe Our Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) appears before them and learns that Professor X has ordered Black Bolt to kill. her Surrounded by black magic, Doctor Strange has emerged as a threat to all realities. Given their experience with other Stevens, the Illuminati declare they do not trust them. which Stephens, but the conversation is cut off when Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) breaks into the facility and the Illuminati turn their backs on her.

Unfortunately for Black Bolt, he was the first person he encountered her, and as Wanda spoke, his fatal scream echoed in his head and he dies.


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The silent Doctor Strange 2 cameo, explained

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness features a whole load of cameos – some more obscure than others. There are different versions of familiar characters, newcomers to the MCU, and some A-listers who appear seemingly out of nowhere.
Director Sam Raimi’s new movie does, as the title suggest, take us around the multiverse thanks to the dimension-hopping powers of America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez). Similar to how Spider-Man: No Way Home surprised us with the likes of Matt Murdock, Doctor Strange 2 featured some callbacks to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s past, but saying anything more would be a spoiler…
So, here’s your spoiler warning! If you’ve not seen the new Doctor Strange sequel yet, then come back to this page later, get your booty off to a cinema, and get the next installment in Marvel Phase 4 into your eye socket. For everyone who has seen the new movie, then stick here for a full debrief on who that seemingly random silent cameo was.
Who is that silent hero in Doctor Strange 2?
Okay, so you’ve seen the movie and have seen Inhumans star Anson Mount reprising his role as Black Bolt, a superhero whose voice is so destructive that he chooses not to speak and cause harm to all those around him.
In both the comics and the ABC TV show, which aired for one season in 2017, Black Bolt is an Inhuman – think mutants, but instead of being born with powers, they have to go through something known as the Terrigen Mist to gain their powers. There was an Inhumans TV show, featuring Black Bolt as a key character, though the reviews were not great and the series – which was originally envisioned as a movie – was not renewed. The Inhumans also appeared in the series Agents of Shield, but no one’s sure if Agents of Shield is canon.
In the Inhumans TV show, Black Bolt has subjected himself to intense mental training to prevent himself from uttering a sound, even in his sleep. He typically communicates using sign language or a spokesperson. The version seen in Doctor Strange 2 is a variant of Black Bolt, who wears a more comic-book accurate costume compared to his TV counterpart.
Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Black Bolt first appeared in Fantastic Four #45, back in December 1965. A genetically altered superhuman, he is the reclusive ruler of Attilan, home of the Inhumans. He is also able to fly in some issues, can manipulate particles, and has limited telepathic abilities.
Considering the Inhumans TV show was watched by few, and is often derided for its poor quality, it’s surprising to see Mount’s Black Bolt in Doctor Strange 2. Unfortunately, though, we spend little time with the hero.
What’s Black Bolt’s role in the Illuminati?

(Image credit: ABC)
In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Black Bolt is introduced as one of the members of the Illuminati, a group of heroes based on Earth-838, who monitor what goes on throughout the multiverse. The team is led by a version of Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), and is made up by the likes of Reed Richards (John Krasinski), Captain Marvel (Lashana Lynch), and Captain Carter (Hayley Atwell).
Having been found in their universe, our Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is brought in front of them, and informed that Professor X instructed Black Bolt to kill their Doctor Strange after he became consumed by dark magic, and proved to be a threat to all reality. Given their experiences with Other Stephen, the Illuminati explain that they don’t trust any Stephens, but the conversation is cut short when Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) breaks into the facility and the Illuminati are forced to stand against her.
Unfortunately for Black Bolt, he’s the first of them to face her, and when Wanda removes his mouth, his fatal shriek reverberates back inside his own head and he is killed.
Want more on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? Then check out our guides to: 
Doctor Strange 2 ending explained
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The rumored Doctor Strange cameos that never came true
All the Doctor Strange 2 Easter eggs listed
What does 616 in Doctor Strange 2 mean?
Where Doctor Strange 2 fits on the Marvel timeline
Who is Charlize Theron in Doctor Strange 2?
The TV history of the Darkhold, explained
Our full WandaVision recap
The Marvel movies and shows to watch before Doctor Strange 2
When is Doctor Strange 2 on Disney Plus?
How to watch the Marvel movies in order
Is Doctor Strange 2 too scary for children?

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The silent Doctor Strange 2 cameo, explained

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness features a whole load of cameos – some more obscure than others. There are different versions of familiar characters, newcomers to the MCU, and some A-listers who appear seemingly out of nowhere.
Director Sam Raimi’s new movie does, as the title suggest, take us around the multiverse thanks to the dimension-hopping powers of America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez). Similar to how Spider-Man: No Way Home surprised us with the likes of Matt Murdock, Doctor Strange 2 featured some callbacks to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s past, but saying anything more would be a spoiler…
So, here’s your spoiler warning! If you’ve not seen the new Doctor Strange sequel yet, then come back to this page later, get your booty off to a cinema, and get the next installment in Marvel Phase 4 into your eye socket. For everyone who has seen the new movie, then stick here for a full debrief on who that seemingly random silent cameo was.
Who is that silent hero in Doctor Strange 2?
Okay, so you’ve seen the movie and have seen Inhumans star Anson Mount reprising his role as Black Bolt, a superhero whose voice is so destructive that he chooses not to speak and cause harm to all those around him.
In both the comics and the ABC TV show, which aired for one season in 2017, Black Bolt is an Inhuman – think mutants, but instead of being born with powers, they have to go through something known as the Terrigen Mist to gain their powers. There was an Inhumans TV show, featuring Black Bolt as a key character, though the reviews were not great and the series – which was originally envisioned as a movie – was not renewed. The Inhumans also appeared in the series Agents of Shield, but no one’s sure if Agents of Shield is canon.
In the Inhumans TV show, Black Bolt has subjected himself to intense mental training to prevent himself from uttering a sound, even in his sleep. He typically communicates using sign language or a spokesperson. The version seen in Doctor Strange 2 is a variant of Black Bolt, who wears a more comic-book accurate costume compared to his TV counterpart.
Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Black Bolt first appeared in Fantastic Four #45, back in December 1965. A genetically altered superhuman, he is the reclusive ruler of Attilan, home of the Inhumans. He is also able to fly in some issues, can manipulate particles, and has limited telepathic abilities.
Considering the Inhumans TV show was watched by few, and is often derided for its poor quality, it’s surprising to see Mount’s Black Bolt in Doctor Strange 2. Unfortunately, though, we spend little time with the hero.
What’s Black Bolt’s role in the Illuminati?

(Image credit: ABC)
In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Black Bolt is introduced as one of the members of the Illuminati, a group of heroes based on Earth-838, who monitor what goes on throughout the multiverse. The team is led by a version of Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), and is made up by the likes of Reed Richards (John Krasinski), Captain Marvel (Lashana Lynch), and Captain Carter (Hayley Atwell).
Having been found in their universe, our Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is brought in front of them, and informed that Professor X instructed Black Bolt to kill their Doctor Strange after he became consumed by dark magic, and proved to be a threat to all reality. Given their experiences with Other Stephen, the Illuminati explain that they don’t trust any Stephens, but the conversation is cut short when Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) breaks into the facility and the Illuminati are forced to stand against her.
Unfortunately for Black Bolt, he’s the first of them to face her, and when Wanda removes his mouth, his fatal shriek reverberates back inside his own head and he is killed.
Want more on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? Then check out our guides to: 
Doctor Strange 2 ending explained
Doctor Strange 2 post-credits scenes explained
The rumored Doctor Strange cameos that never came true
All the Doctor Strange 2 Easter eggs listed
What does 616 in Doctor Strange 2 mean?
Where Doctor Strange 2 fits on the Marvel timeline
Who is Charlize Theron in Doctor Strange 2?
The TV history of the Darkhold, explained
Our full WandaVision recap
The Marvel movies and shows to watch before Doctor Strange 2
When is Doctor Strange 2 on Disney Plus?
How to watch the Marvel movies in order
Is Doctor Strange 2 too scary for children?

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