With Fantastic Four #1, writer Ryan North and artist Iban Coello deliver an easy and accessible jumping on point for readers old and new.
Dan Slott’s Reckoning War had everything that makes Marvel’s First Family so beloved; drama and high stakes, camaraderie and tension, space action and big decisions.
Fantastic Four #35 is a perfect celebration of Marvel’s first family on their 60th anniversary, while also serves as the return of legendary artist John Romita Jr. to the fold.
In Fantastic Four: Life Story #1 Mark Russell and Sean Izaakse do a solid job of honouring the source material while also managing to add something new to the FFs classic origin story.
Writers Zeb Wells and Dan Slott are clearly having and bringing fun in their respective titles.
Artist Neal Adams has teamed with writer Mark Waid for a new Fantastic Four mini-series that lets both legendary creators run free outside current continuity.
Empyre #4 is full of meaningful storyline developments that will matter even after the event comes to its conclusion.
Now is the perfect time for Marvel fans to discover some of the greatest Avengers and Fantastic Four stories ever.
Before the debut issue of EMPYRE lands, two all-new essential one-shots will pave the way to this grand event.
Dan Slott had some pressure walking into the hallowed halls of the Baxter Building. Judging by Fantastic Four: Fourever, he’s going to do just fine.
This book is very much a reintroduction to what the Fantastic Four should be for the Marvel. It’s a book about a family of explorers and high-concept sci-fi rigamarole.
The Fantastic Four are BACK and BBP!’s Eric Henson cannot wait for the high-concept sci-fi adventure that Marvel has been sorely missing since they went away.