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|May 23, 2012||Posted by Matthew Sardo under Uncategorized|
Issue: Clint 2.1 Writer: Mark Waid and various others Pencils: various Publisher: Millar World Release Date: May 2012 CLiNT #2.1 highlights include: Comic Strips: – Supercrooks Chapter 1 by Mark Millar and Leinil Yu –… more
|November 23, 2011||Posted by Matthew Sardo under Uncategorized|
Today, Wednesday, November 23rd Fantastic Four #600 is available in your local comic book store. This a is a big deal because this marks the return of a certain character. Fans, retailers, critics and creators… more
Today, Wednesday, November 23rd Fantastic Four #600 is available in your local comic book store.
This a is a big deal because this marks the return of a certain character. Fans, retailers, critics and creators are closely watching this release to see what the response is on the book. The Comic Vault has check the web to see what people are saying.
“Fantastic Four #600, you’re kind of giving me an aneurysm. Holy hell!” Sarah Yeazel said on Facebook.
“Fantastic Four #600! EPIC!” said Rich Ginter on twitter.
“Fantastic Four #600. Now that is a meaty book. Hickman’s one of the rare few that can make a 7 dollar comic book feel like a bargin,” @GatheringComic said on twitter.
“I am really, really pleased with how FANTASTIC FOUR #600 came together. It’s a massiv e @JHickman tome!” said Tom Brevort via twitter, the editor of Fantastic Four #600.
What did you think of the book? Is it worth $7.99?
Marvel Comics released this press release.
Marvel’s First Family Reignites in FANTASTIC FOUR #600
The Human Torch Makes His Stunning Return In Oversized 50th Anniversary Issue
New York, NY – November 23, 2011 – “FLAME ON” once more! Fantastic Four #600, available today in comic stores and on the Marvel Comics app, brings the Human Torch back to the Marvel Universe. But, after his dramatic death, how did this founding member of the FF return? And, when one of their deadliest enemies mounts his greatest assault, will this family reunion be short-lived? The answers arrive in this giant-sized issue—with 100 pages of all-new stories—from writer Jonathan Hickman and some of the most acclaimed artists in comics today, including Steve Epting, Leinil Yu and more! This issue also features covers from the some of the biggest names in comics, including John Romita Jr, Gabriele Dell’Otto, Arthur Adams and Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada!
“As befits the 50th anniversary of the team, this is the biggest Fantastic Four story we’ve ever told, from the scope of the story to the sheer amount of new—and important—stories in this issue.” said Tom Brevoort, Marvel SVP/Executive Editor. “Jonathan Hickman, along with our unrivaled art team, have pulled out all the stops for a story that epitomizes why the Fantastic Four are some of the most important characters in pop culture history. Fantastic Four #600 is going to blow you away!”
Then, next week, the story continues in FF #12, from Hickman and artist Juan Bobillo, as the story you’ve demanded is finally told—learn just how Doctor Doom and the youngest members of the Future Foundation will save us all!
Fantastic Four #1 debuted in 1961, kicking off the “Marvel Age” of comics and dramatically increasing the popularity of super heroes. As the progenitor of Marvel Universe, the Fantastic Four set a new tone for super hero comics with its nuanced characterization, reflection of real world fears and progressive depiction of super heroes. Through the years, the Fantastic Four have been involved in many of comics most important & memorable storylines, from the introduction of Galactus to the chart-topping Civil War and the recent death of the Human Torch, which garnered mainstream media attention worldwide. Earlier this year the group was reinvented as the Future Foundation in the new FF series and has been one of Marvel’s top-selling, most acclaimed launches of the year.
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