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Secret Wars 2 review

Since I wasn’t in North America for Secret Wars 1’s release, here are my brief thoughts before we discuss Secret Wars 2. It was alright. Esad Ribic’s art is fantastic in the issue and when the comic tries to be dramatic, it works. 481 more words

Comic Review

Doctor Doom -- From Comic Book to the Silver Screen . . . Again

Doctor Doom – From Comic Book to the Silver Screen . . . Again

With a new Fantastic Four movie on the horizon, I think it prudent to explore the team’s penultimate enemy, Victor von Doom. 540 more words

Fantasy

The politics of Doom

Victor von Doom debuted in Fantastic Four #5, in July 1962, and his origin and general depth of character were presented in January 1964, in the… 868 more words

Stan Lee

Review: Books of Doom, by Ed Brubaker

Fantastic Four: Books Of Doom by Ed Brubaker
My rating: 3 of 5 stars


This is a 241 special…FF and Evil Villain.

Ed Brubaker does a solid job giving us an origin story of our favourite Latverian megalomaniac. 346 more words

Comic Review

Trailer Breakdowns: The Fantastic Four (2015)

Here it is, the first official bit of footage comic book fans and filmgoers alike get to see about this year’s upcoming reboot of Marvel’s first family,  758 more words

Marvel

Son of Latveria

Marvel has such a rich pantheon of characters. From the widely publicised Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and Captain America to the obscure Nighthawk and Captain Ultra. 85 more words

FanArt

Operation: Fantastic Four

Week one-thirty-four of Operation Graphite – theme: Fantastic Four.

There was a time when the Fantastic Four was kind of revolutionary in the comic world. Back in the Silver age of comics, most superhero teams were pretty banal. 119 more words

Operation After Action Report