As we suspected yesterday, Marvel's Empyre event is getting more tie-in titles. The titles announced today seem to focus on what led up to the event. The first two titles involve the main Earth groups involved in Empyre: Avengers and Fantastic Four. Perhaps you thought, that Empyre: Avengers #1 would be the only Avengers tie-in … Continue reading More ‘Empyre’ Tie-Ins & Mutants In April, And Perhaps Even A Werewolf (Updated)
Earlier this month, Marvel announced their Spring event comic Empyre. That announcement was done in a cheeky way, having any information bleeped out, thus not revealing much at all. The only information provided was that it would be "Earth-shattering" and would spin out of their Incoming! one-shot. Well, Incoming! came out last week and now … Continue reading More Info On Marvel’s ‘Empyre’ Event Revealed
Marvel is continuing to publish specials featuring the Fantastic Four, which started with Fantastic Four: 4 Yancy Street and continued with Fantastic Four: Negative Zone. Next up will be a focus on everyone's favorite the ever-lovin' blue-eyed Thing with Fantastic Four: Grimm Noir. As the title implies, the story will be a mystery. It will … Continue reading Grimmdark? The Thing Goes Sleuthing In ‘Fantastic Four: Grimm Noir’
Marvel just put out their January 2020 solicitations yesterday, and now they are starting with February announcements. The company is making a bunch of announcements at MCM Comic Con London and here are two of them that are mutant related. Writer Chip Zdarsky is returning to the Fantastic Four universe that he dabbled in in … Continue reading Zdarsky Takes On The ‘X-Men/Fantastic Four’ While Hickman Starts ‘Giant-Size X-Men’
Back in July, Marvel teased a return to the cosmic tales of Annihilation in November. That turned out to be Annihilation - Scourge Alpha #1 (Marvel uses a dash instead of a colon), which in turn teased "December's main event". It looks like December's main event will be more Annihilation - Scourge one-shots. With the … Continue reading ‘Annihilation – Scourge’ Spawn A Wave Of Spin-Off Issues
One of the few Fox ideas that might have lived been confirmed by Noah Hawley himself has met its final DOOM.
Similar to Ed Piskor's history-spanning X-Men: Grand Design series, Fantastic Four is getting their own recap series thanks to Tom Scioli.