With the 20th Century Fox acquisition scheduled to be wrapped up in the next month or two, it can’t be long before Marvel’s First Family finally appears in the MCU.
Replacing Stan Lee with Deadpool is a slap in the face, but not the one Stan Lee deserves.
In this edition, we're going to focus on why Heroes Reborn was an abject failure and why you should skip the entire second volume of Fantastic Four, among other things.
In our third installment, we say bon voyage to the 80s and in the 90s era of Fantastic Four. The 90s are known for being the worst era in comics, what does this mean for the FF? Read on, MacDuff.
Continuing our guide to the Fantastic Four: We take a look at the Thing going solo, some beautiful art by George Perez, Reed Richards impotence, Franklin Richards weird Freudian moments, and a much needed breath of fresh air to the series by John Byrne.
Until the series went on a hiatus in 2015, it was Marvel's longest-running title. Nearly 600 issues and countless limited series and one-shots, reading it all is a daunting task. Well, have no fear! Here is Trouble City's guide to the Fantastic Four.
The Avengers, Spider-Man, the X-Men, and the Fantastic Four. To get them all in the same movie would be a licensing nightmare.... Or would it?