Today at the C2E2 expo in Chicago, Marvel elaborated on a number of major announcements they've been teasing of late. Perhaps the biggest news is the introduction of a new ongoing Hawkeye series by part of the acclaimed Immortal Iron Fist team of Matt Fraction and David Aja; meanwhile, Khoi Pham will be replacing Ryan Stegman on Scarlet Spider, with Stegman moving to help Jonathan Hickman wrap up his Fantastic Four run. The previously-previewed Jeph Loeb
Sure, today may be "Avengers Vs. X-Men Day" in celebration of tonight's release of the first issue of Marvel's latest event book, but in the widely-circulated PSA comic Hard Choices, Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four are dealing with a less tactile problem in our world: underage drinking.Continuing a long history of Spider-Man PSA books (So long that Marvel even released a collec
Prompted by Marvel Comics' press push in support of Fantastic Four: Season One, in which the team's early days are updated to contemporary settings and tropes like cell phones, late night talk show host Conan O'Brien joked, "When the Hulk gets mad, he rips his shirt and says, 'HULK SEND ANGRY TEXT!'"
The monologue joke's premise relied upon the Incredible Hulk being a member of that legendary superteam, which as all superhero fans know was never the case. Naturally, the admonishments were many."Fan Corrections" is a weekly feature of the Conan show where O'Brien addresses grievances logged b
"Space tourism." That's the neat way writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa establishes new context for his take on the origin of the Fantastic Four. The FF spaceflight is one of those richly crazy Silver Age ideas that need to be pitched just right to get past modern audiences. In an age when private enterpris
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
This week on ComicsAlliance's official podcast, we're pleased to welcome the phenomenal Ming Doyle back to the show! She talks to us about the end of her webcomic with Kevin Church, The Loneliest Astronauts, teases the launch of Boldly Gone, and tells us what it was like to draw a story in this week's Fantastic Four #600! And you can listen to the whole show, right here at ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax v.2, #22: Bombastic, Circumspect, Driven and Drunk with Min