The only thing that truly works in this 75-minute production (for some reason listed as 95-minutes on the DVD's back cover) is the animation, which is vibrant and features some cool-looking action sequences. I will also admit, anything that has characters magically extracting swords from thin air automatically goes up a few notches in my book as well.
Normally, I would refrain from being so hard on this type of film, as it tends to fit that standard Saturday morning cartoon mold meant specifically for kids. But with its unnecessary PG-13 rating (likely due to the weird bat-like creatures that swarm around and eat people, leaving nothing but bones) and dull, drawn-out storyline, I'm not exactly sure who fits the demographic DOCTOR STRANGE is intended for; after having seen the film, I can guarantee that I'm not in it.
Video Game Cinematics: Included here are three separate options, allowing you to view the video game cut-scenes for Marvel Ultimate Alliance and X-Men Legends II: Rise of the Apocalypse. The last option is a "Best Of" video. Admittedly, the CGI is really cool.
The Origin of Doctor Strange (14:02): This is the only substantial extra, giving a more in-depth look at the creation of "Doctor Strange". Stan Lee pops up to voice his thoughts, and there are plenty of images from the original comic.
A First Look at Avengers Reborn (5:45): An inside look at the upcoming Marvel feature (the fifth of their direct-to-DVD animated line), recently retitled, TEEN AVENGERS.
Also included is some Concept Art and a bunch of Previews.