While Chris Claremont is best known for being the X-Men guy, he also had a very curious stint on Fantastic Four. Read on to find out more.
From Spider-Man to Thor to Captain America to Ms Marvel and every Marvel character in between. Anything and everything Marvel can be found in this category.
For a hot second, the Fantastic Four were replaced with Spider-Man, Ghost Rider, The Hulk, and Wolverine – the hottest characters of the time. Josh Socher explores this story and ponders if it was a cash-grab or not.
This list includes an eclectic mix of Falcon stories, with something for every kind of fan, including team-ups with Captain America and the Winter Soldier, solo adventures, socially-aware tales, and much more.
This selection of great reads span Bucky’s history from his first appearance all the way through to more recent adventures.
Don’t miss an issue of Curse of the Man-Thing with this handy reading order. It lists all the comics you need to read for this story and more.
In the process of doing research for the Scarlet Witch and Vision lists, there were many stories where the couple equally shared the spotlight. As a result, these stories were worth pointing out but didn’t have a home. Hence this list was created.
Looking for Vision comic book stories to read after seeing WandaVision? Well, you’ve come to the right place. This list is a mix of milestone moments, cult-favourites, and critically acclaimed tales will feed that reading appetite.
Let’s take a look at 1961’s Fantastic Four #1, which was not only the first Fantastic Four comic but the start of the Marvel Universe as we know it.
In 2021 Marvel’s first family turns 60. To celebrate, How to Love Comics will be exploring their long history with articles throughout the year.
With WandaVision hitting Disney+, it’s never been a better time to read Scarlet Witch comics. The following list is a mixture of classics, fan-favourites, and curiosities for your reading pleasure.
With WandaVision coming soon, it’s never been a better time to revisit the 2005 comic book event House of M.
Due to its inspiration on the WandaVision Disney+ series, there has been renewed interest in House of M. If you’re one of the many who are interested in reading this classic event, this reading order guide is what you need to help make sense of everything.
It can be hard to piece together Jason Aaron’s long Wolverine run. So you don’t have to rack your brain trying to figure it all out, I have put together this handy reading order.
Find out everything you need to know about Reign of X. This guide explains what it is, which comics are involved, what you need to know beforehand, and points out the good jumping-on points for new readers.
Marvel’s comic book events can be confusing. The King in Black Reading Order Checklist is here to make reading it easy. It includes the recommended reading order, tie-ins, background reading, release dates, and heaps more.