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Elizabeth Banks to Direct, Star in 'Invisible Woman' at Universal
Elizabeth Banks will direct and star in Invisible Woman for Universal Studios She pitched the film, with a script being written by Erin Cressida Wilson (Girl on the Train) This will not however cross over with the new Invisible Man film coming in February starring Elisabeth Moss and Oliver Jackson-Cohen That film was a co-production[...]
Invisible Woman #4 [Preview]
Invisible Woman #4 is in stores this week from Marvel Comics, by Mark Waid, Mattia De Iulis, and Joe Caramagna We've got a preview below. The recap page tells you all you need to know Sue Storm was secretly a super-spy and had a partner named Aidan Tintreach, who has recently been captured Sue took her[...]
Invisible Woman #3 [Preview]
Invisible Woman #3 hits stores from Marvel Comics this week, by Mark Waid and Mattia De Iulis, telling the story of Susan Richards' secret career as a spy We've got a preview below. And the recap page explains why you should never trust a spy… even your own partner! Sue heads to Ireland in attempt to track[...]
Marvel Solicit Covers... temp
If anything could be said about The Invisible Woman, it's that she's clearly not grim and gritty enough Sue Richards needs an edge, a dark side, a Snyder Cut, if you will Well, Marvel has heard the fan outcry for a grimmer, grittier Invisible Woman, and Invisible Woman #5, the conclusion of the mini-series that[...]
Sue Storm's Credibility Called Into Question in Invisible Woman #2 [Preview]
The Invisible Woman is well-known for being part of Marvel's first family, but did you know she's also a part-time super-spy? That's the subject of her new solo book, but in this preview of Invisible Woman #2, we find it's hard to get respect for your espionage abilities when you're well-known for being a family[...]
Invisible Woman #1: Marvel Time Strikes Again [Preview]
So, though the Fantastic Four's origins are intrinsicly tied to the space race, as we see in this preview of Invisible Woman #1, it seems that the FF gained their powers only slightly earlier than 2009. The preview is set 10 years ago, as Invisible Woman is attempting to smuggle someone into Bahzelstan. But as we see[...]
Invisible Woman Gets Her Own Series in July
But this July, we finally get to see things from the Invisible Woman's perspective (as written by a man) because Mark Waid and Mattia De Iulis will launch an Invisible Woman mini-series Marvel's press release follows: Sue Storm Flies Solo in INVISIBLE WOMAN #1! New York, NY—April 9, 2019— She's always been a super hero, fighting to[...]
Fantastic Four #1 cover by Esad Ribic
The Human Torch races to where the signal was shot from, assuming Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman, and their kids are finally back The Thing knows it must be false It was a fake; a pair of Yancy Street kids found the flare gun and fired it Johnny is furious, but Ben hires Jen Walters to[...]
Marvel Two-in-One #4 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell
Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Franklin, and Valeria It begins to hit the emotions quickly with this one too Hopefully without giving too much away, the world they find inverts their own in some ways It lines up directly with their own struggles, and Chip Zdarsky sticks the landing rather perfectly. There is some action and fun to[...]
black panther, Fantastic Four #52 cover by Jack Kirby
The fact that the celebration T'Challa throws for the FF includes a "dance of friendship" doesn't help matters. Then there is Invisible Woman The kickass co-leader of more recent FF comics who brings the emotional intelligence that Mr Fantastic lacks, it's pretty painful to see how waifish and easily frightened Sue Storm-Richards was back in the[...]