Marvel advertised it as the biggest change to a Fantastic Four character since 1961 and the advertising did seem to suggest it was The Human Torch under the spotlight. Promotional ad for The Fantastic Four The Fantastic Four's new storyline to follow The Bride Of Doom story was solicited with "Unstable" for Fantastic Four #36 and "There[...]
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Allen Belman, Golden Age artist who worked on Captain America, The Patriot, The Destroyer, The Human Torch, Jap Buster Johnson and Jet Dixon of the Space Squadron, All Winners Comics, Marvel Mystery, Sub Mariner Comics, Young Allies, and countless other books, has passed away He was 96 years old He was a staff artist for[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Thing and the Human Torch are stranded on another world where Captain America and Iron Man's Civil War destroyed everything They've hidden away in a small town, and the Spider, a maddened version of the Amazing Spider-Man, is searching all over the country for them Johnny is taking care of their new house,[...]
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?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Thing has convinced the Human Torch that Mr 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[...]
The Human Torch and the Thing ponder if the world still needs them A planet ruled by Wakanda is shown Deadpool ponders how much of a terrible person he is. This comic makes the same missteps that Dark Days: The Forge made, if to a lesser extent The meat of this comic consists of endless teasing[...]
The birth of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster's Superman in Action Comics #1 laid the foundation for a formula that was emulated often in the Golden Age, and during the many decades that followed. In 1939, Batman first appeared in Detective Comics for National, Captain Marvel debuted in Whiz Comics for Fawcett Publications and Timely unleashed[...]