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.
There are beginnings and endings in both Cable #12 and Fantastic Four #34.
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.
This week it’s a look at four solid books that came out from Marvel over the last week, including Fantastic Four and more Heroes Reborn.
Marvel Studios just released a lovely new video celebrating the family aspect of the studio’s films, along with news on forthcoming films.
Writers Zeb Wells and Dan Slott are clearly having and bringing fun in their respective titles.
King in Black and Fantastic Four: Road Trip are definitely books that never would have gotten past the Comics Code back in the day.
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.
Considering what the world is going through right now, we need some blockbuster stories to keep us entertained. Empyre #1 is that story.
The comic industry gathered to mourn today as news broke that famed Marvel Comics inker Joe Sinnott had passed away at the age of 93.
The soaring sentinel of the space-ways may have finally met his match in the all-new series FANTASTIC FOUR: ANTITHESIS – the first full-length Fantastic Four story ever illustrated by industry legend Neal Adams!