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.
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.
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.
With so many tie-ins and comics involved, comic book events like this can be confusing. Luckily, the Avengers/Fantastic Four: Empyre Reading Order Checklist is here to make sense of Marvel’s biggest story of 2020. It has everything you need to know from the recommended reading order, creative teams, release dates, background reading, and heaps more.
Read on to find out information on how to read Annihilation: Scourge, which heroes are involved, release dates, and much more.
In 2008 Mark Millar, Steve McNiven and Marvel introduced the world to a very different version of Wolverine, the one of the distant (and alternate) future. With this version inspiring the upcoming ‘Logan’ film I have put together a reading order for this aged version of Marvel’s favourite mutant.
While the latest Fantastic Four movie might a bit of a dud, these four fantastic (pun intended) comic book runs on the team will hopefully show that The Fantastic Four is better than the sum of a lousy movies or three.
With the announcement of the third Captain America film, subtitled “Civil War”, there has been a new found interest in the classic event. This Civil War Reading Order Guide aims to help make sense of this event – listing all the preludes, tie-ins and trade paperbacks.
With a movie announced as part Marvel Studio’s Phase 3 there are plenty of people who are asking “who are the Inhumans?” Though this guide you will be enlightened on everything you need to know about the Inhumans including major characters, concepts and reading recommendations.
Every month we take a look at what we think are the best comic book covers for the month. In February we have covers from artists including Alex Ross, Ulises Farinas, Mitch Gerads and more.