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Amazon Glitchwatch: Upcoming Dan Slott She-Hulk Omnibus

Amazon Glitchwatch: Upcoming Dan Slott She-Hulk Omnibus

What with all the signs of The Reckoning War upon us in Fantastic Four - especially today's Fantastic Four #25 (spoilers) - it might make sense to revisit Dan Slott's run on She-Hulk which included many Reckoning War references Well intriguingly, Amazon has listed the upcoming hardcover oversized Omnibus volume at a full 60% off[...]

Fantastic Four #25 Changes New York In The Marvel Universe (Spoilers)

Fantastic Four #25 Changes New York In The Marvel Universe (Spoilers)

Well, Dan Slott and Marvel Comics did promise "And a new, major, permanent status quo change for Marvel’s First Family" after Empyre, in Fantastic Four #25 And not just about a potential revival of the Reckoning War (we'll get to that).[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="435"] Dan Slott.[/caption]Today's Fantastic Four #25 sees a major cosmic battle take[...]

Empyre Fallout: Fantastic Four #1 Review: Profiteer Goes Full Karen

Empyre Fallout: Fantastic Four #1 Review: Profiteer Goes Full Karen

Now, the same week as Al Ewing wraps up the Avengers side of things with Empyre Aftermath: Avengers #1, writer Dan Slott and artist Sean Izaakse team up to deliver another epilogue with Empyre Fallout: Fantastic Four #1. While Ewing's issue focused on the Young Avengers as well as the original icons, delivering a celebratory, passing-of-the-torch issue, Slott writes an ending[...]

Will Amazing Spider-Man Lead Into The Reckoning War Too (Spoilers)

Will Amazing Spider-Man Lead Into The Reckoning War Too? (Spoilers)

But why? Dan Slott may not be writing the Amazing Spider-Man anymore But might he have left a few things behind intending to tie into his planned Reckoning War? Bleeding Cool asked if Dan Slott was bringing back his Reckoning War storyline that he was proposing around twenty years ago, got teased in a number of books,[...]

Will Dan Slotts Reckoning War Begin With Fantastic Four #25

Will Dan Slott's Reckoning War Begin With Fantastic Four #25?

Will Dan Slott's Reckoning War begin with Fantastic Four #25? Yesterday, Bleeding Cool asked if Dan Slott was bringing back his Reckoning War storyline that he was proposing around twenty years ago, got teased in a number of books, most prominently She-Hulk, but never came to fruition? And how his writing on Fantastic Four, Empyre[...]

Is Dan Slott Finally Getting To Do The Reckoning War at Marvel Comics

Is Dan Slott Finally Getting To Do The Reckoning War at Marvel Comics?

Twenty-or-so-years ago, Dan Slott used to drop something into a number of his comic books at Marvel about something he would call The Reckoning War A storyline that would upend the future of the Marvel Universe, centred on She-Hulk but involving The Watcher, the Fantastic Four, Gauntlet, Iron Man, Southpaw and many more.[caption id="attachment_1263986" align="aligncenter" width="600"][...]

15 Hours Of Celebrity Interviews For Forbidden Planets 42nd Birthday

15 Hours Of Celebrity Interviews For Forbidden Planet's 42nd Birthday

That includes fifty minutes of Garth Ennis and Dan Slott, an hour of Neil Gaiman, Jonathan Ross and Kevin Smith and well over that for Dirk Maggs Also including videos with Mark Millar, Alice Cooper, William Shatner, Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss, Chris Claremont, Duncan Jones, Leigh Balch, Run DMC, Gerard Way, Ben Aaronovitch, Michael Moorcock,[...]

Dan Slott On His First Comic Shop Forbidden Planet

Dan Slott On His First Comic Shop, Forbidden Planet

Dan Slott has conducted a video interview with Forbidden Planet and Titan Comics' Andrew Sumner, going live at forbiddenplanet.com/fp42 on Saturday August 29th But first, here he is talking about how, as an American living in London, Forbidden Planet was the very first comic book store he had ever seen.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-L0rRT5di0 I am honoured to be here[...]

Empyre #5 Review: A Character-Defining Moment for The Thing

Empyre #5 Review: A Character-Defining Moment for The Thing

In the fifth issue of this event co-plotted by Al Ewing and Dan Slott, which comes on the heels of three major reveals in the last installment, how will the Marvel heroes make their last stand? Empyre #5 sets the stage for the end.[caption id="attachment_1253201" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Empyre #5 continues Marvel's summer event, but is it any good? Credit:[...]

Empyre #4 Review: Big Character Reveals For Hulking and More

Empyre #4 Review: Big Character Reveals For Hulking and More

Credit: Marvel Comics[/caption]Actually, kind of yeah.Al Ewing writes from a plot by himself and Dan Slott and does so with a sudden focus on character Heroes and villains are given moments to make major decisions that will be, within the Empyre saga, defining moments for them Does it all lack subtlety? Absolutely yes[...]

Empyre #2 Review: A Beautifully Drawn Event With a Lifeless Story

Empyre #2 Review: A Beautifully Drawn Event With a Lifeless Story

Credit: Marvel Comics.[/caption]Al Ewing writes from a plot by himself and Dan Slott, and the wit that made his Loki run such a must-read is worlds away in this comic Instead of buckling down and focusing on character now that the inciting incident has flipped the Marvel universe upside down, this issue falls back on lowest-common-denominator[...]

Dan Slott Reveals The Kids Will Majorly Affect Fantastic Four #SDCC

Dan Slott Reveals The Kids Will Majorly Affect Fantastic Four #SDCC

Talking Empire on the Marvel Next Big Thing panel at San Diego Comic-Con@Home and thanks to Dan Slott and Al Ewing we got to hear more of those big Fantastic Four-changing plans that Marvel has been teasing of late.Specifically Kree and Skrull children picked up by the Fantastic Four, Jo-Venn and N'kalla, "the Kree Chronicle[...]

Place Your Bets For Permanent Status Quo Change in Fantastic Four #25

Place Your Bets For Permanent Status Quo Change in Fantastic Four #25

In the promotion for Empyre, Dan Slott promised big changes to the Fantastic Four, and this may well be where we are getting it.[caption id="attachment_1239696" align="aligncenter" width="350"] Place Your Bets For Permanent Status Quo Change in Fantastic Four #25[/caption]We notice that the Skrull kid survived Wolverine's attack in the recent Fantastic Four - could[...]

Empyre #1 Review: Isnt Tony Stark Supposed to Be a Genius

Empyre #1 Review: Isn't Tony Stark Supposed to Be a Genius?

Credit: Marvel Comics.[/caption]Al Ewing scripts the big event from a plot by himself and Dan Slott The plot itself is engaging, with years of conflict brewing underneath the surface and, even though Marvel has done it a lot before, brilliant and powerful superheroes finding themselves at odds feels like a natural source of interesting chaos[...]

Empyre #0: Fantastic Four Look at the Profit Behind Empyre (Spoilers)

Empyre #0: Fantastic Four Look at the Profit Behind Empyre (Spoilers)

But none of them touch this week's Empyre #0: Fantastic Four by Dan Slott and RB Silva Which has a very different take on events We looked at this a few months ago, but with the comic book in question out this week, here's a little recap. Introducing The Profiteer Empyre: Avengers #0 set up the battleground[...]




LATE: Deadpool #4 Slips From February to March 2020

LATE: Deadpool #4 Slips From February to March 2020

We're used to the likes of Shazam, Doomsday Clock, Captain America, Batman Vs Ra's Al Ghul, Tony Stark: Iron Man and Fantastic Four being late. But Deadpool is a bit of a new one. Nevertheless that is what we have now, with Deadpool #4 by Kelly Thompson and Chris Bachalo, solicited for the 19th of […]