About a year ago, I sat down with Stan Lee and asked him which of his “lesser-known” Marvel heroes did he wish had a higher profile among mainstream fans. He didn’t hesitate with his answer: “He will be very well known because they’re going to make a movie of him and that’s Doctor Strange. One of the characters I did. I like him as much as all the others, but for some reason [he hasn’t remained popular] … In the beginning, [Marvel producers] didn’t include him on the list of characters they wanted to make a movie of,” Lee said. “But I campaigned for him.”On Nov. 4, Doctor Strange will bring magic into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. From his Sanctum Sanctorum in Greenwich Village, the Sorcerer Supreme, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, will battle mystic forces unlike anything faced by the Avengers. We’ve pulled together a detailed look at the making of the movie, from the early conceptual art to the final scenes shot in New York City before filming wrapped earlier this week.