The Fantastic Four Archives

Marvel Two-in-One #2 cover by Jim Cheung and Justin Ponsor
Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Franklin, and Valeria are still alive in another dimension, and the two go on an excursion to Monster Island, the site of the Fantastic Four's first adventure. As is often the case with Monster Island, things get messy quickly, and an unexpected associate may be needed to save the day. Marvel Two-in-One #2 cover[...]
Marvel Legacy
I know some of those are debatable, but at the very least, Old Man Logan is almost functionally identical the old Wolverine. They show Franklin and Valeria Richards to tease the return of the Fantastic Four That feels a little cheap, because there's nothing stopping them from just bringing back the Fantastic Four They are the[...]
And what better place to start than the beginning, when the Thunderbolts were created by industry veterans, Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley. First appearing in Incredible Hulk #449, the Thunderbolts were a mysterious new team of heroes appearing in the shadow of the apparent deaths of the Avengers and the Fantastic Four at the hands of[...]
Mighty Marvel Geeks Issue 79: The Fantastic Embargoes
Fox is at it again with the Fantastic Four film issuing embargoes on reviews til Wednesday at 9pm eastern online and day of for print  But Ant-Man still pulling good numbers at the box office Mike brings up rumours of the potential casting of the Spider-Man reboot and Eric is shocked at the  casting of[...]
Booze Geek – B.O.R.I.S. The Crusher And Ben Grimm
Now, I am not going for the big green one (I have another beer in line for that one), but rather his rocky counterpart, The Thing of the Fantastic Four Ben Grimm has always been my favorite of the FF I always loved that he buried his fear of being an outcast for his appearance[...]
The Fantastic Four Have Disappeared… Or Have They?
Puaca writes for Bleeding Cool: The Marvel Age began with the publication of the Fantastic Four #1 in 1961 Before the appearance of the Fan Four, Marvel — or Atlas, or Timely, or whatever Martin Goodman was calling his company that year — was publishing a number of unremarkable fantasy, suspense, and adventure comic books The[...]
Dean Haspiel Invokes A Silver Age Comics Bio For Emcee MF Doom At Red Bull Music Academy
Over the course of the next few weeks, we'll be publishing animated music-related comics from Japanese and international artists that showcase a wide variety of styles, highlighting the impact that manga and comic artists have had on storytelling around the world. What's particularly interesting is the MF Doom comic, written by established comics writer Gabe Soria[...]