Scott Snyder’s “Swamp Thing” recalls the eerie atmosphere of Alan Moore’s run in the 80s while infusing it with the modern ideal of longer arcs and spread out storytelling. “Swamp Thing” is one of the best horror comics being produced right now, period. It’s hard to talk about “Swamp Thing” without mentioning the artwork. The art team puts everything they’ve got into every single issue, making for some of the most haunting spreads in recent years…Oh wait, we’re talking about Man-Thing? READ MORE
If you have been like most people (Admittedly so. No regrets) and completely avoided Marvel’s “FEARSOME FOUR” “FEAR ITSELF” tie-in story, you will have an actual reason to read the series starting on August 17th as the publisher unveils quite easily the coolest “FANTASTIC FOUR” line-up EVER! Inside you can get a 3 page preview of the ish, and all the details! Read on for the skinny…
At first I was a bit skeptical that “FEAR ITSELF: FEARSOME FOUR” would just be another random hodgepodge of under performing characters from the Marvel Uni to try and pull in a few extra dollars for the publisher, but consider my skepticism quenched. This week Marvel released a 6 page preview of the book, and beyond the break you can check it out in all of its glory before the ish hits shelves on June 8th. Read on for the skinny…
Few things in Marvel are more satisfying than seeing a group of villains forced into indentured servitude by punishment of death in order to work for the common good. It just gives you the warm and fuzzies, and this week will mark the release of the series’ next issue (#157) thanks to series scribe Jeff Parker (“HULK”). Inside you can check out a 5 page preview of the book and get all the details. Read on for the skinny…
As the “FEAR ITSELF” story-line continues to tear a lasting hole in the Marvel Universe (and singlehandedly being one of the single best crossover story-lines in recent memory for the publisher), scribe Brandon Montclare will be bringing together an all new team of unlikely heroes to try and stop the menace from destroying the uni entirely. Enter the “FEARSOME FOUR”, an all new mini-series that will be kick-starting on June 8th. Inside you can check out a 4 page (UNLETTERED) preview of the first ish featuring She-Hulk, Howard The Duck, Frankenstein’s Monster, and more. Read on for the skinny…
In what is quite possibly the single weirdest line-up of Marvel heroes ever, “FEAR ITSELF: FEARSOME FOUR”, will be one of the newest 4 part mini-series events to take place in the major cross-title universe, and boy…is it a weird one. Move over “FANTASTIC FOUR”, because Frankenstein, Nighthawk, She Hulk, and Howard the Duck are gunning for that #1 spot*, and below you can get all the details on the series which hits stores this Summer.
*Ludacris says hi.
WRITTEN BY: Brandon Montclare
ILLUSTRATIONS BY: Michael Kaluta and Ryan Bodenheim
“a four-issue mini-series that ties into the publisher’s upcoming stunt.
Whoever knows fear burns at the touch of Man-Thing and, with the arrival of Fear Itself, he’s about to turn all of New York into a bonfire! But with Marvel’s mightiest pinned down by The Worthy, who can protect the Big Apple from the rampage of a creature that that;s more monster than man? Howard the Duck, She-Hulk, Frankenstein’s Monster and Nighthawk are out to extinguish the Man-Thing’s flame by means necessary as the all-new, all-outcast Fearsome Four!”
“FEAR ITSELF: FEARSOME FOUR” Issue #1 (Of 4) Comes Your Way This June From Marvel Comics!
October is right around the corner, and as everyone in the horror community begins the long trek through what is possibly the longest (and most boring) month of their year publisher Marvel Comics are ringing in the holiday early to try and help us all out with the newest issue of “FRANKEN-CASTLE”. Issue #21 drops on September 21st, and the good news is that the creators are planning a huge crossover involving all of the Uni’s biggest and best monsters. Inside you can check out the 4 page (UNLETTERED) preview of the issue. Read on for the skinny!