This week saw the release of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's Fantastic Four #600, celebrating not only six hundred issues of the seminal title but also more than fifty years since the book's debut. Hickman's run on Fantastic Four has been a definite highlight of the past few years of superhero comics, embracing the cosmic sco
On sale this week from Marvel Comics is FF #8. Written by Jonathan Hickman with artwork by Steve Epting and Paul Mounts, the issue finds Sue Richards (aka the Invisible Woman) in conversation with her father-in-law, Nathanial Richards, who's recruited her husband Reed (aka Mr. Fantastic) and all of their greatest enemies into a war against the surviving members of the
In typically cryptic fashion, Marvel Comics released Monday morning a couple of teaser images designed to make us talk about future publishing events -- and it worked! The first image reveals a new logo for Uncanny X-Men, the venerable mutant series that relaunches in November with a new issue #1 by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Carlos Pacheco. The teaser features a fully visible Emma Frost standing in front of blacked out figures, one of whom appears to
On sale this week from Marvel Comics is the third issue of the hugely acclaimed and highly annotatable FF. Written by Jonathan Hickman with art by Steve Epting and covers by Epting, Daniel Acuña and Marko Djurdjevic, this issue succinctly answers the question that's been on readers' minds since the beginning of Hickman's Fantastic Four opus, 'Whatever happened to all those Reeds?"Following Reed Richards' (aka Mr. Fantastic) declination to join the Interdimensional Council of Reeds -- an organization of alternate versions of him
We're back with another installment in our series of annotations for Jonathan Hickman's FF run, this time taking a look at the second issue, "Doom Nation," as well as the second installment of our exclusive question/answer with Hickman aft
In the aftermath of the Human Torch's recent death, the surviving members of the Fantastic Four must cope with the loss, and ultimately transform the iconic team into something new in FF #1, coming this March from writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Steve Epting. Spider-Man will join the revamped team, which will feature all-new costumes and a new name: the Future Foundation. Check out a six-page preview of
Six months after the death of Steve Rogers captured national attention, Marvel is proud to unveil the new Captain America as designed by renowned, award winning artist Alex Ross! This bold new look, seen here for the first time, also serves as the variant cover to January's Captain America #34, featuring the first appearance of this new Captain America! After the death of Steve Rogers, and the climactic events of Captain America #33, there must be a new Sentinel of Liberty and now Ross, one of the industry's most renowned artists, has created a dynamic new look for the seminal hero.
Marvel President of Publishing Dan