Dan Slott totally write that bit, right? In Empyre #4 with the news that the Cotati were manipulating the Kree/Skrull Alliance to use their Pyre weapon and blow up the Sun, Mister Fantastic criticised Tony Stark for building a suit at a time like this… What Tony Stark's New Iron Man Suit Can Do, Who It's[...]
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Oh Mister Fantastic, When you get it wrong, you really get it wrong Today's Immortal Hulk #33 reminds of us a certain Planet Hulk, a result of Mister Fantastic sending Hulk off to a peaceful planet, to live out his days in harmless solitude, only for him actually to end up on a warlike planet,[...]
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[...]
Putting him up against a new Council of Reeds, which means that Doctor Doom is stuck in a room with multiple Mister Fantastic's, is a good way to see how changed Victor really is It's inevitably going to pull a rise out of him His encounter with another Doctor Doom is a good sequence too. The[...]
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?
It was a clandestine team of leaders consisting of Iron Man, Mister Fantastic, Professor Xavier, Dr Strange, Black Bolt, and Namor the Sub-Mariner They initially invited Black Panther to join the team, but he turned them down. The Illuminati was disbanded after their existence became known to the Avengers and the Fantastic Four and Captain America[...]
We'll be celebrating the Black Panther this week in preparation for the release of the Marvel Studios movie this Friday. Today, we are taking a look at the T'Challa's first appearance in Fantastic Four #52 from 1966. How does it hold up?
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?
Ultimates by Al Ewing, Kenneth Rocafort, and, later, Travel Foreman was easily one of the best comics to come out of All-New, All-Different Marvel. Right
Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]
And Mister Fantastic prepares for the inevitable… Well it's a journey that lead superheroes rarely take – although possibly becoming a little more common of late. In last week's Amazing Spider-Man #3, we saw what Peter Parker had mounted in the newly bought Baxter Building, in memory of its previous occupants. Which did give the idea that Reed[...]
Nothing really original or amazing happens once, unlike, say Elasti-Girl in The Incredibles whose flexibility and speed could wow, or even the Ioan Gruffudd Mister Fantastic, who could stretch as long as a skyscraper, or flatten his arm to fit under a door. In fact, the most they use their powers is in the appalling final[...]
On Friday, Bleeding Cool ran a rumour from an unknown, unverifiable and unsure source, that the new Hulk wold be the Ultimate Mister Fantastic An interesting thought, and we had no idea of the veracity of it It wasn't a well sourced rumour like the FF cancellation or Thing in the Guardians of The GalaxyBut[...]