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With a new face under Ultimate Spider-Man's mask, Marvel CCO Joe Quesada returns with his take on the character's creation and the overpowering public reaction, plus an exclusive look at the Ultimate Spidey cartoon!
CSBG's month-long examination of repetitive moments in comic history -- such as the Thing's constant attempts to revert back to human form -- concludes
Writer/artist Jonathan Hickman returns to Image Comics with a series of graphic novellas telling a tale of jaded psychiatrists, attorneys and more, starting with "Feel Better Now."
Did an acclaimed rapper really produce a song for the Human Torch? Plus, discover the secret of the most hidden crossover in Marvel Comics History!
The "War of the Four Cities" storyline in Marvel Comics' "FF" kicks into high gear with the return of the Inhumans! CBR News spoke with writer Jonathan Hickman about what comes next.
After appraising the best, CBR presents the Ten Worst Comic Book Video Games of all time, featuring stinkers like "Catwoman," "Marvel Nemesis," "Fantastic Four" and more!
Video games are great, but nothing beats a good superhero-themed pinball machine! CBR has a guide to the best of the best, including tables dedicated to Iron Man, Hulk, Superman, Batman and more!
Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting, the creative force behind Marvel's "FF," spoke with HeroesCon fans about the future of the Future Foundation, "Fantastic Four," the death of the Human Torch and more.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gives Jonathan Hickman and Barry Kitson's "FF" #4 a 4 star review, calling the issue "a valid case study in what makes the Fantastic Four so, well, fantastic."
Marvel has released an advance look at "FF" #5, the next installment of "War of the Four Cities" by Jonathan Hickman and Barry Kitson. The issue, with a Mark Bagley cover, hits June 22.
Marvel's Chris Baker and Zen Studios Mel Kirk spoke with CBR News about the process involved in developing a Fantastic Four pinball table and why fans of the characters should love the results.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "FF" #4 by the creative team of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting. "The War of the Four Cities" begins on Wednesday, May 25!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "FF" #3, in stores May 11. Doctor Doom's time on the team continues courtesy of the creative team of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting.
The next phase for Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's plan for the survivors of the Fantastic Four comes in May as the Future Foundation faces a war between the lost cities of the world – with special guest artist Barry Kitson.
John Mayo crunches the numbers for March 2011, focusing on event marketing, traditional performances by "The Walking Dead" and "Fantastic Four," IDW's Godzilla cover gimmick and more.
Marvel has released an advance look at "FF" #3, from the acclaimed team of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting. The issue, with covers by Daniel Acuña, Marko Djurdjevic and Patrick Zircher, hits stores May 11.
Marvel has released an advance look at "FF" #2 by writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Steve Epting. The Thing takes on the team's newest member, Doctor Doom, on Wednesday, April 27.
Doug Zawisza gives "Amazing Spider-Man" #657 a rare 5 star review, calling writer Dan Slott's story, drawn by several artists, "fun, emotional, and memorable, worthy of reading, re-reading and sharing."
Doug Zawisza gives "FF" #1 4 stars, praising Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's new series debut by saying, "In short, this is a near perfect first issue for readers to jump into this fantastic new world"
CBR Reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Fantastic Four" #588 a 4.5 stars review, calling the final issue of Marvel Comics' legendary series, "The best issue of [writer Jonathan] Hickman's run."
In the latest of CSBG's month-long series of polls, we want to know what you think was the best Marvel comics run of the 1980s! Byrne's FF? Miller's Daredevil? Claremont/Byrne X-Men? Come here to decide!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Fantastic Four" #588 by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta. The final issue of the long-running series arrives in stores February 23.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "FF" #1 by Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting. Spinning out of the recent events in "Fantastic Four," Marvel's First Family heads in a new direction starting March 23, 2011.
After news of a character death each quarter made the rounds from ComicsPRO, CBR has the straight word on Marvel's morbid moves from SVP of Sales David Gabriel.
Despite "Fantastic Four" #587 hitting six figures, January's sales slip across the board. John Mayo looks at the data, from price increases to non-shipping titles, in an effort to discern the origins of the drops.
Marvel has released solicitation info for "FF" #1, featuring Spider-Man joining the surviving members of the Fantastic Four as a member of The Future Foundation with mystery members and new costumes.
With a creative summit having just rocked the halls of Marvel, Tom Brevoort digs into reader mail to share some of his craziest pitches, teases the fate of Wonder Man and asks for creative team suggestions.
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman looks at "Fantastic Four" #587, from the polybag to what's inside, noting that Jonathan Hickman's run on the book "is incredibly rewarding to people who are paying attention."
Marvel SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort kicks off his new CBR column TALK TO THE HAT with a look inside "Fantastic Four" #587's release, an exclusive preview of #588 and frank talk on comics for younger readers.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Fantastic Four" #588 by writer Jonathan Hickman and artists Nick Dragotta and Mark Brooks with an Alan Davis cover. The final issue of the series hits stores February 23.
Today, Ron Marz delves into the concept of death in comics in light of the recently released "Fantastic Four" #587 and eulogizes his friend and creative partner on "Pantheon City," the late Clement Sauvé.
Marvel Comics has released a teaser image hinting at the events to come in next month's "Fantastic Four" #588, the final issue of the publisher's long-running series.
Fantastic Four expert Sean Kleefeld joins CBR for a guest commentary on the concept of death in the Marvel Universe, specifically as seen through the lens of stories starring Marvel's First Family.
In light of yesterday's media frenzy surrounding the death of a Fantastic Four member, ROBOT 6's Graeme McMillan offers up four more comic book characters whose deaths might elicit similar responses.
CBR News reaches out to comic shop owners and managers from coast to coast to see what kind of business they drew on Tuesday for Marvel's nationally-promoted "Death Bag" issue of "Fantastic Four" and how it affects their stores.
Marvel Comics has released the Joe Quesada illustrated second printing variant cover for the sold out "Fantastic Four" #587, written by Jonathan Hickman and illustrated by Steve Epting.
Reports began circulating late Tuesday afternoon that Marvel had included a little surprise inside those poly bagged issues of “Fantastic Four” #587 – a limited number signed by writer Jonathan Hickman.
"Fantastic Four" #587 is in stores now, and one member of the titular team is no longer among the living. We spoke with Jonathan Hickman about the issue, the character that dies and the resulting fallout in the Marvel U.