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Are The Fantastic Four The Worst Parents Of All?
Last month, Bleeding Cool looked at the parenting skills of the Fantastic Four's Ben and Alicia Grimm and found them wanting At the time, I wrote about their newly adopted son, Jo Venn. What kind of reprimand will such callous, cold-blooded murderers face? After all, they must pay for their crimes… The kind of scolding one might[...]
Cover image for Fantastic Four #38
Everybody wins! School board meetings are getting crazy these days, and it looks like The Wizard is joining the fun in this preview of Fantastic Four #38 Why does he want to withdraw Bentley-23 from the Future Foundation? Are they teaching critical race theory? Making people take coronavirus safety precautions, god forbid? We'll have to[...]
Let's Take a Look at the Fantastic Four No. 1: Panel by Panel Book
Timed perfectly for the 60th anniversary of Fantastic Four #1 (1961), Fantastic Four No 1: Panel by Panel gives new and old fans a unique telling of the story It is not hard to figure out what the book is about as Panel by Panel is an actual panel-by-panel release of the original 1961 comic[...]
Fantastic Four #48 (Marvel, 1966)
Fantastic Four #48, has been an important Marvel comic book key for decades, and for good reason — it's the first appearance of the Silver Surfer and Galactus, incredibly popular characters who went on to be involved in countless pivotal storylines.  But in the Marvel Cinematic Universe era, Fantastic Four #48 is arguably more[...]
Fantastic Four #12 (Marvel, 1963)
As a longtime Fantastic Four collector, the Hulk vs Thing (and the rest of the FF) battle in Fantastic Four #12 might just be my favorite among the early issues.  The debut of Doctor Doom in Fantastic Four #5 is way up there… but I think I have to give the edge to Fantastic Four[...]
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Take the newly adopted son of Ben and Alicia Grimm, Jo Venn in Fantastic Four #37. Fantastic Four #37 What kind of reprimand will such callous, cold-blooded murderers face? After all, they must pay for their crimes… Phoenix Song: Echo #1 A ticking off from Elektra? Elektra Assassin? Clue's in the name there, even as she is the new[...]
Cover image for FANTASTIC FOUR #37
Johnny Storm is feeling lonely in Fantastic Four #37, which we can all agree is a problem of his own making since he couldn't keep his flaming dick in his pants and had sex with Doctor Doom's fiance, both causing his own space-girlfriend to leave him and prompting Doom to zap him with a ray[...]
Fantastic Four #2.
One of my favorite moments from the early years of Marvel's Fantastic Four series is Reed Richard's accidental discovery that his classmate Victor Von Doom's calculation in a fateful experiment experimenting on matter transmutation and dimension warps with the aim of combining sorcery and science in a bid to contact the nether world was "off[...]
Cover image for FANTASTIC FOUR #36
Johnny Storm has a problem in Fantastic Four #36, in stores from Marvel Comics on Wednesday He couldn't keep his little Johnny in his pants and ended up having sex with Doctor Doom's fiance Nobody makes Doctor Doom a cuck, so as revenge, Doom made Johnny's powers go haywire and now he can't stop burning[...]
The Reckoning War Teased In Fantastic Four #35 (Spoilers)
And that includes a Fantastic Four: Reckoning War Alpha one-shot courtesy of  Dan Slott, Carlos Pacheco, and Rachael Stott. Already teased for January, this underlines that this is a Fantastic Four event rather than a line-wide crossover as it  might have been if Slott had been allowed to do this back in the day[...]
Fantastic Four Establishes Sacred Timeline For Marvel Comics As Well
Today's Fantastic Four #35 is a riotous run around the history of the Fantastic Four, with a variety of Kangs at different points in their life attacking the Baxter Building to steal the same artifact, again and again, killing any Fantastic Four members they can Concluding with a revelation from one of Reed Richard's own[...]
Fantastic Four Establishes Sacred Timeline For Marvel Comics As Well
Today's Fantastic Four #35 is a riotous run around the history of the Fantastic Four, with a variety of Kangs at different points in their life attacking the Baxter Building to steal the same artifact, again and again, killing any Fantastic Four members they can Which means a trip to sixties FF, nineties FF, Hickman[...]
The Reckoning War Teased In Fantastic Four #35 (Spoilers)
Today's Fantastic Four #35 is a riotous run around the history of the Fantastic Four, with a variety of Kangs at different points in their life attacking the Baxter Building to steal the same artifact, again and again, killing any Fantastic Four members they can Which means a trip to sixties FF, nineties FF, Hickman[...]
Marvel Comics Calls Alternate Versions "Variants" For The First Time
But now, just as Infinity Stones replaced Infinite Gems, and Nick Fury is… well… Samuel Jackson, it looks like the main Marvel Comics continuity will also be calling parallel dimensional versions of people by the same name. Fantastic Four #35 cover That's if this page from this week's Fantastic Four #35, the (late) 60th anniversary of the[...]
Cover image for FANTASTIC FOUR LIFE STORY #4 (OF 6)
The Thing revisits his grunge phase in this preview of Fantastic Four Life Story #4, retelling the story of the Fantastic Four if had happened in a world where comic book publishers, creators, and readers could deal with actual change, story progression, and character development Check out a preview of the issue below. FANTASTIC FOUR LIFE[...]