I have to say, right off the bat, that I have NOT seen the recent Fantastic Four movie. I usually don’t let reviewers control my perception of a film, but this time the chorus was so unanimous that I figured it was better to wait until the film hit the Netflix-type venue. I couldn’t begin to say how uninterested I was in the motion picture! Linked with that has been the news that Marvel is not bringing back the FF anytime soon. I’ve read a great many opinion pieces in the comics press begging the House of Ideas to bring
In Josh Trank’s new Fantastic Four movie Doctor Doom reign supreme as the classic villain. Actor Toby Kebell takes on the role and gives viewers a taste of what they can expect in the latest Fantastic Four offering to the big screen in cinemas August 6th https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8YXzRD54CY What are your thoughts on this newest Fantastic Four clip? Do you like this version of Doctor Doom? Let us know if you are going to see the Fantastic Four this weekend in the comments below!
Or – “What’s The Deal With Medusa?” In the first five issues of this book, the makeshift Fantastic Four team has taken over the Future Foundation, crossed swords with the Mole Man, discovered the original team to be dead (or, at least, so says a maimed and aged Johnny Storm) and decided to take on Doctor Doom. Also, one of their members is acting shady as heck, and the cover this month has foreboding written all over it. What’s next? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “Is You Is, Or Is You Ain’t My Torchy?” Their tenure was only supposed to last for four minutes… At least, that was the plan. Weeks later, the interim FF team has been attacked by super-villains, lambasted by the media, and surprised to find that one member of their sister team HAS returned, albeit later than expected. Is his tale of the death of the original Fantastic Four true? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “I Love How This Book Feels Like A Lost Silver Age Marvel Comic…” No matter what you think about Mike Allred (and he is, apparently, more controversial than I thought as a penciler) the idea behind this book is kinda delightful. The hand-picked backup concept gives credence to the idea that a group of second-tier heroes (and one dilettante) could stand in for the Fantastic Four, and Fractions’s character work made issue #1 a must-read for me. What’s in store for the FF in #2, and will the original Four return on time? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “A Whole New Start…” I admit to being a little bit conflicted about this new FF #1. On the one hand, I’m totally psyched about the teaming of Fraction & Allred, about the characters at play here, and about a new wrinkle for the Future Foundation. On the other, I’m not sure that I think FF has run its course sufficiently to need a reboot or a relaunch… Either way, your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Is FF about the Fantastic Four or about the Future Foundation? Ha! Trick question. This month it’s about the Inhumans, with cameos by both the FF and the FF (respectively). But can a book starring the silent king quench your FF thirst? Well, if the name “Blackagar Boltagon” means anything to you, you can go ahead and read this issue. For the rest of you, please read on…
As Marvel NOW! comes ever closer, expect to see a lot of coverage of the new books. And with any new book, variant covers are sure to be close behind, luring collectors with the promise of something super cool. Marvel has a pair of connecting variant covers for the upcoming release of Fantastic Four #1 and FF #1.