To celebrate Fantastic Four’s return to print, all sorts of Marvel titles are getting FF variant covers.
The Fantastic Four are finally coming back to the Marvel UNiverse this AUgust, in a monthly series written by Dan Slott and drwan by Sara Pichelli.
A few weeks ago, when news broke that 20th Century Fox was working on a Brian Michael Bendis – Tim Miller Kitty Pryde film, I had two separate thoughts… What a neat idea for a stand-alone X-Men film, a super-powered home invasion movie! Wait, isn’t Disney buying Fox and all of this is going to […]
Hey, did you know this Monday would have been Jack Kirby’s 100th birthday? I hope so! Recently, I had the realization that a number of people I’m close to had read very little of the work from the King of Comics. Keep in mind, I’m 34, and most of my pals are a wee-bit younger, with varying levels of […]
The Fantastic Four are moving around around in the Marvel bullpen. Long sidelined in the comics due to their movie rights being controlled by another studio – and the movies being very bad – they haven’t been published in comics form for a while, a sad decline for the book that actually launched the […]
§ Nice art was found on Twitter pic.twitter.com/MhAhRb7lL7 — Bilquis Evely (@BilquisEvely) June 14, 2017 Bilquis Evely has been getting strong notices for her work on Wonder Woman and here’s a sketch she tossed off. After that trailer I couldn't help but take some time off this morning to do a little Panther art for […]
Despite rumors of Marvel pushing the X-Men and Fantastic Four characters off to the side, both sets of heroes are still surprisingly connected within the All-New, All-Different Marvel Universe. Beast and Johnny Storm grace the pages of Uncanny Inhumans, Ben Grimm is in the cast of the Guardians of the Galaxy (along with X-Men Kitty Pride serving as […]
Yesterday, it was announced that Fox, who holds the film rights for the X-Men and the Fantastic Four, struck an agreement with Marvel in order to pursue their long held goal of putting another X-Men television series back on the screen. The last time this occurred in live action, it gave us such works of […]
This weekend turned out to be a very busy one for comics news. As our chief steward, Heidi MacDonald, takes a well deserved rest this morning following the conclusion of Small Press Expo, let’s take a look at some of the big breaking stories from the last few days. Omega Men Lives When we broke […]
About the one element not being blamed for the Fantastic Four’s meagre $26.2M opening is superhero box office fatigue. The film opened at #2, and was the worst “opening frame” for a superhero film since Green Lantern. And the finger of the blame game is being posted squarely at director Josh Trank, with the Wrap […]