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‘Fantastic Four’ #9 Recreated Page by Page with Indie Cartoonists [Art]


A couple of weeks ago we showed you a portion of Fantastic Four #9 redrawn by King City creator Brandon Graham. What we didn't realize at the time was that the commissioned piece was just one part of a larger and more ambitious work: The Fantastic Four #9 project, where every page of the classic 1961 issue will be redrawn by a different contemporary artist...

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March Of The Future Foundation: ‘FF’ #8 Preview


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...

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A Silver Age: The Glamorous Life Of Phil Noto’s Marvel Heroes in Faux Photos [Art]


One of my favorite songs is "Being Boring" by Pet Shop Boys. It's a sweet 1990 synthpop ode to times past whose lyrics tell a story about, among other things, dressing up, glamorous parties, friendship, and reflecting upon all those things many years hence upon the discovery of old photographs...

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Parting Shot: A Modern Reinterpretation of ‘Fantastic Four’ #9 by Brandon Graham


An excerpt from a commission by most excellent King City creator Brandon Graham, riffing on an old Fantastic Four #9 page. See the full commission (and Graham's really NSFW blog post) here.

Marvel Confirms ‘Fantastic Four’ and ‘FF’ will Co-Exist, Teases New Thor and Doom Minis


Marvel closed out a week of tantalizing teaser imagery with confirmation that not only will Fantastic Four return for its 600th issue, but its spinoff book, FF, will also continue. Both series are written by Jonathan Hickman and are part of a mega-plot he's been constructing since he took over Fantastic Four in 2009 (one that our own David Uzumeri has been annotating prodigiously)...

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Marvel Teases ‘Astonishing X-Men’ by Greg Pak & Mike McKone and More ‘Four’


Marvel Comics has been having a good time this week teasing a number of new publishing events to take place later this year. So far we've seen artwork in support of a relaunched Uncanny X-Men and Wolverine and the X-Men and what we strongly suspect will be the publication of Fantastic Four #600...

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Marvel Teases ‘Wolverine and the X-Men’ and Hickman’s ‘Four’


In typically cryptic fashion, Marvel Comics released Tuesday a new pair of teaser images designed to make us talk about future publishing events -- and, as was the case with yesterday's Uncanny X-Men and Four teasers, it worked...

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Marvel Teases New ‘Uncanny X-Men’ and Hickman’s ‘Four’


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


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Rogan Josh Makes modHeroes of the X-Men, ThunderCats, the Justice League and More [Art]


It's rare that we see an artist making prints or sketches that could all easily be premises for unmade stories, but Rogan Josh is no ordinary artist. His Tumblr account was already loaded with sharp compositions and inspired Batman and Iron Man concepts when we checked him out last year...

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The Making of Joe Quesada’s 50th Anniversary Fantastic Four Illustration [Art]


Despite overseeing Marvel Comics for a decade as Editor-in-Chief and operating now as the Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Entertainment, Joe Quesada was and always will be an illustrator at heart. Before his work as an executive, Quesada rose to fame with a series of high profile comics projects like Batman: The Sword of Azrael, X-Factor and his creator-owned series Ash that spotlighted his dramatic and meticulous style, and he continues to demonstrate his fondness for creating comics art whenever time allows...

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