Originally an unnamed minion of Doctor Strange who appeared in 1963’s Strange Tales #110, the story of the Wong of the mainstream Marvel Comics Universe has been reimagined many times. Originally, Wong fit the demeaning Asian stereotype of a house boy who existed only to serve Doctor Strange. However, over time, the writers filled in Wong’s backstory and explained how he came to work with Strange.
In Doctor Strange #43, we learn that Wong’s ancestor, Kan, was a monk who accidentally helped destroy an other dimensional realm by fighting his wizard kings. As penance, Kan’s descendants dedicated their lives to helping mystics and began serving the “Ancient One”. Thanks to this tradition, Wong is skilled in both mystical and martial arts, although his training focuses on assisting wizards like Strange, rather than being a mystical warrior himself.
Despite this, Wong’s personality has changed over the years, making him more confident. He has protected people from mystical threats using only his martial arts skills. He has an ongoing feud with the Avengers’ butler, Jarvis, over how best to run a superhero’s household. And while Wong still identifies himself as Doctor Strange’s servant, Strange recognizes Wong as his master as Wong Strange has been training in the martial arts for years. While Wong’s family values helpfulness, Strange and Wong’s relationship is much more based on friendship and mutual respect at this point.
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