Next week, the final issue of The Fantastic Four arrives (until the series kicks off again), but one comic fan can get his/her hands on the very first issue, if the price is right.
Press Release This April, four will stand together…one last time! Today, Marvel proudly presents your first look at FANTASTIC FOUR #645 – the oversized, senses shattering final issue! James Robinson and Leonard Kirk are joined by a murderers row of fantastic talent to give the First Family the grandest sendoff of them all!
Many were excited to see new images for the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot, but the studio decided to balance out those emotions by pushing back the already announced sequel.
With the upcoming (hopefully temporary) end of Fantastic Four drawing near, we may be entering a strange new Fantastic Four-free world for the first time in decades. Seems like a good time to check out the issue that made the team what it is today. No, not Fantastic Four #1, that’s just the origin, I’m talking about the REAL beginning… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Fantastic Four #3 awaits!
More movie release news from the same studio bringing Gambit in 2016. Michael Fassbender, a Fantastic Four sequel, and the follow up to Dawn of the Planet of the Apes all in 2016!
Ready to shake your head in amazement at what Fox is doing with Fantastic Four? Take the jump to see what Toby Kebbel, who plays Doom in the new movie has to say about the character.
Times are tough and comics can be expensive! We here at Major Spoilers understand that and we know that many people are trade waiters. We want to help you make the most informed buying decision concerning collected editions. This month we asked our contributors “What one collected edition would you recommend readers pick up?” Just one. The best of November. This is what we all had to say: ASHLEY’S PICK Rat Queens Vol 2 The Far Reaching Tentacles Of N’rygoth TP Writer: Kurtis J. Wiebe Artist: Roc Upchurch Publisher: Image Comics Price: $14.99 In Stores: November 12th, 2014 ORDER
Though the terms of the lawsuit settlement between Marvel and the Jack Kirby estate are under wraps, one thing is clear this week – King Kirby is getting the credit he deserves.
Mr. Fantastic is attacked in Chicago as the Thing meets an old forgotten Fantastic Four character in their newest issue! Mr. Fantastic is attacked in Chicago as the Thing meets an old forgotten Fantastic Four character in their newest issue! Fantastic Four #10 Written by James Robinson Art by Marc Laming Publisher: Marvel Cover Price: 3.99 Previously in Fantastic Four: The Thing has been sent to prison, and the team has been broken apart. Who will Ben Grimm find waiting for him in prison? WHO??? The best part of this issue is the inclusion of a character from
Guardians of the Galaxy from Marvel Studios was the top movie at the box office this weekend. That makes four weeks (though not all together) that the film has been ruling theaters in the U.S. It’s now the top film of the year (so far) and is heading towards collecting $300 million in the States alone. When you add in the rest of the world, it’s made nearly $600 million. Not bad for a film many of us were pretty sure would be the first disappointment from Marvel. With Guardians doing so well, one has to wonder if cosmic/galactic stories
Things have seldom looked bleaker for the Fantastic Four. A class action lawsuit has put them out of their home, and taken away the kids of the Future Foundations (including Reed and Sue’s own son Franklin.) The Human Torch is without powers, The Invisible Woman has attacked the Avengers in a fit of rage, and now The Thing is accused of the murder of one of their oldest foes. Can things get any worse? Your Major Spoilers review of Fantastic Four #8 awaits! Things have seldom looked bleaker for the Fantastic Four. A class action lawsuit has put them out of