It's nice to have the Fantastic Four back again, isn't it? And it's also nice to know that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Take, for
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Marvel Two-in-One finds Thing and Human Torch stranded on another world, torn up by the Superhero Civil War. Will they make it home? Is it a good read?
Marvel Two-in-One finds Ben, Johnny, Doom, and Rachna on a world torn apart by the Civil War between Cap and Iron Man. Is it a good read?
Marvel Two-in-One reaches its first Annual, finding the Thing and Doom on yet another Earth, this one where the FF are dead. Is it a good read?
Marvel Two-in-One continues with a Fantastic Four united from two different earths to figh against an approaching hybrid of Doctor Doom and Galactus. Does it make for a good read?
Marvel Two-in-One brings together a Fantastic Four from two worlds to battle the apocalyptic threat of a hybrid Doctor Doom/Galactus. Does it make for a good read?
Marvel Two-in-One #4 sends the Thing and the Human Torch to another Earth in search for the rest of the Fantastic Four. This lands them on a similar Earth, but they are soon attacked. Is it a good read?
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Josh and Jeremy have a loud argument about continuity, but they more or less agree that Marvel Two-in-One is a pretty good book.
This issue of Marvel Two-in-One finds the Thing and the Human Torch trying to figure out what is wrong with Johnny's powers. Meanwhile, Doctor Doom pays the Mad Thinker a visit. Is it a good read?
Marvel Two-in-One continues the search for Reed, Sue, Franklin, and Valeria with the Thing and the Human Torch making a trip to search for a device made by Mr. Fantastic on Monster Island. Is it a good read?
The writers of the Spider-Man family of comics met for the Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends panel at NYCC, and they have deets about upcoming stories.
Some theories and speculation over what we might expect from a handful of the Marvel Legacy story arcs coming out in Marvel titles this Fall.
We wondered how Marvel would get around the restriction not to publish any comics called Fantastic Four, as placed upon it by chairman Ike Perlmutter