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For James Robinson, Leonard Kirk and Karl Kesel's "Fantastic Four" #642, "more is definitely better as the team makes its grand return."
COMIC REEL: Toy Teases Possibility Of Gray Hulk In "Age Of Ultron"; Bendis Pushes "Powers" On "Late Night"
The "Savage Hulk" Funko figure may be a nod to "Ultron's" plot; a clip from the upcoming PlayStation series emerges and more.
CSBG has an archive of notable comic book retcons, like the explanation for why Reed supported the Superhero Registration Act during "Civil War."
ROBOT 6 columnists Tom Bondurant and Carla Hoffman kick off their annual look back at the year in Marvel and DC, with an eye toward 2015's Big Events.
Highlights from Marvel's March 2015 solicitations include "Fantastic Four" drawing closer towards its finale, and a new character in "Darth Vader."
Amy Adams reveals Lois and Wonder Woman will not fight for Superman's affection; Stephen Amell hints at possible cameo from cousin Robbie and more.
The opening chapter of James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's final FF tale arrives in January.
With Axel Alonso out of the office, Tom Brevoort Talks to the Hat about the unique premise of "All-New Cap" and the end of "Fantastic Four."
Have the hints been there all along? CBR looks through the last few years of Marvel comics and finds clues of a "Secret Wars" long game.
James Robinson discusses his "All New Invaders" book, his love for the golden age, the end of "Fantastic Four," and a new perspective in sobriety
"Fantastic Four" may be ending in 2015, but it's not gone yet, and here's a first look inside James Robinson & Leonard Kirk's issue #13.
James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's "Fantastic Four" #11 "pays dividends on seeds planted early on" from the very beginning of the series.
With Marvel confirming the impending conclusion of "Fantastic Four," series writer James Robinson assures CBR, 'I'm not going to leave this book on a bad note.'
In the midst of NYCC, Axel Alonso fields a giant-sized fan Q&A session and talks "Squirrel Girl," "AXIS" "Fantastic Four's" fate and more.
With two cryptic teasers, Marvel Comics looks forward to the end of "Fantastic Four" and a project featuring Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch.
Marc Guggenheim discusses the upcoming "awesome" "Arrow" event; Simon Kinberg welcomes "Deadpool" to Fox's extended X-Men family and more.
A "Fantastic Four" collection titled "The End is Fourever" has been listed for release in June 2015 by bookstore distributor Hachette.
In the second such reported leak from Fox's "Fantastic Four" set, images allegedly depicting the film's Doctor Doom have surfaced online.
CBR presents some stories "Fantastic Four" star Kate Mara could read to get to better know her superhero alter ego.
Andy Serkis expounds on advising Mark Ruffalo's "Age of Ultron" Hulk performance; a new "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" viral video hits & more.
"X-Files: Year Zero" writer Karl Kesel tells CBR about the origin series, why he loves the '40s and weighs in on those "Fantastic Four" rumors.
The director of the two previous "Fantastic Four" feature films comments on the upcoming reboot, and the "edgier" director of superhero movies.
In their latest spotlight on forgotten plot points, CSBG examines how Johnny Storm's ex-wife was an exact double for his own sister.
Marvel EIC Axel Alonso comments on reports that "Fantastic Four" may be headed for hiatus, and what's in store for the Sorcerer Supreme.
Marvel gives readers a glimpse at the future in this preview of Jen Van Meter and Joanna Estep's "100th Anniversary Special - Fantastic Four" #1.
Augie has some random thoughts on the Fantastic Four rumors swirling about, and is disappointed by the reprint quality in the Spider-Man Omnibus.
What was Johnny Storm's "Original Sin?" James Robinson, Leonard Kirk and Dead Haspiel reveal the Human Torch's dark secret!
Marvel may be without a "Fantastic Four" series in the near future, stemming from Fox's long-held movie rights.
James Robinson, Leonard Kirk and more deliver "Fantastic Four" #5 as an issue that "hits readers in the gut" for a memorable story.
Simon Kinberg says director Josh Trank’s franchise reboot is "grounded, real, gritty, and what it would really be like if you went through a transformation and lost control of your body."
"Doctor Mirage" & "Hopeless Savages" writer Jen Van Meter chats with CBR about writing love, loss, family, and why she hopes Sue will never cheat on Reed.
"Agent Carter," "The Flash," "Constantine" & more get series orders; "Arrow" & "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." tease season finales & more.
"The Wire's" Reg E. Cathey has been cast as Dr. Storm, father of Michael B. Jordan's Human Torch and Kate Mara's Invisible Woman.
With 20th Century Fox possibly eyeing the small screen, here are some shows the studio could consider making in their corner of the Marvel Universe.
Actor Tim Blake Nelson may be close to the role of Harvey Elder -- better known as the Mole Man -- in Fox's 2015 "Fantastic Four" reboot.
Writer/producer Simon Kinberg reveals that Fox is looking to further expand its Marvel franchises, with television being the likely platform.
James Robinson took the stage to discuss his current and past work, including current Marvel books, creator-owned work and his aborted plans for "Earth 2."
Fox's "Fantastic Four" reboot appears to have its primarily villain, with a report saying 31-year-old Toby Kebbell is close to a deal.
What is the dark secret the FF has kept from Ben Grimm? James Robinson and Leonard Kirk discuss "Fantastic Four's" "Original Sin" tie-in.
Leonard Kirk's "Original Sin" teaser for "Fantastic Four" shows Johnny Storm beaten down at the hands of The Thing.