Great Comic Issues: Fantastic Four 502

At its best, the Fantastic Four is written as a family. Not a group of superheroes like the Avengers or Justice League. Not a group who came together to combat a world that doesn’t understand them like X-Men, Teen Titans, or Young Justice. No. The Fantastic Four is unique in the world of comics. At least, they should be. Quite a few writers don’t agree and write them as constantly saving the world or defeating the villain of the week like a normal superhero team. Continue reading


Secret Wars 9 – Saying Goodbye to the Fantastic Four

Secret Wars 9 was possibly the last Fantastic Four comic that we’ll see. Marvel is on longer producing the FF comic. Rumor has it that it was a decree from Disney, since Disney does not own the movie rights for that particular franchise. To make matters stranger, Reed and Susan Richards are missing in the current Marvel line. The Thing is part of the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Human Torch is part of the Inhumans. It isn’t known how long it will be until Marvel prints another Fantastic Four issue. So this comic is the closest we’ll have to a final Fantastic Four comic, for the time being. Continue reading

Josh Brolin Is Thanos


Hello folks, Dale here, and look at what we have.
First reported by Latino Review and soon after confirmed by Variety, it has been revealed that actor Josh Brolin (‘The Goonies’, ‘True Grit‘, ‘No Country For Old Men’) has been cast as arch-villain Thanos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Continue reading

Great Comic Issues: Incredible Hulk #611

I love this issue. I can’t say it any other way. I love it. This issue hits very close to home for me. It positions the Hulk as the survivor of child abuse and all the baggage that it brings along. I think a quote from the comic sums of the point nicely:

You’re always there to destroy anyone I was stupid enough to love

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Great Comic Issues: Spectre #60

Spectre #60 was one of the best comics that I’ve had the chance of reading. This comic was building for the past 59 issues. And I’m not kidding. John Ostrander (the writer) and Tom Mandrake (the artist) made something short of an absolute masterpiece. Ostrander, having a strong background in religious studies, was the perfect writer for the character that’s the wrath of God. Literally. His divine wrath. Continue reading

Why you should be reading Earth 2: Darkseid is an actual threat

I never saw the big deal about Darkseid before. Seriously. Never did. On Justice League and Justice League Unlimited, he existed to get slapped around by Superman. Continue reading