Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four (Trailer 2)

Fantastic Four (Trailer 2)

This trailer for the Fantastic Four re-reboot is notable for two things. First of all, it’s the most comprehensive look yet at the background stories of Marvel’s royal family. Then there’s its special announcement.

Dogs of the Marvel Universe

Dogs of the Marvel Universe

Illustrator Josh Lynch has an ongoing series of illustrations where he turns Marvel superheroes into dogs. We can’t decide which one we like best. MODOG is probably the right answer, but we love the Mr. Fantastic dachshund so much.

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Fantastic Four (Trailer)

Fantastic Four (Trailer)

The Fantastic Four gets rebooted as a young adult origin story, as our four future heroes teleport to a dangerous universe and come home to Earth with mutant powers to face off against a former friend gone bad.

Fantastic Four (Teaser)

Fantastic Four (Teaser)

Stan Lee’s original team of superheroes is back for yet another reboot. This time, the focus is on the origin story of Marvel’s four young heroes and their new abilities. We don’t know much about their nemesis, other than it’s a “former friend.”

Superhero Movie Timeline

Superhero Movie Timeline

Comics Alliance made this neat chart that catalogs the announced lineup of superhero movies from Marvel/Disney, Warner Bros., Sony and Fox. 2017 is crazy packed. We can’t wait for Black Panther and LEGO Batman.

Fantastic Four Omnibus

Fantastic Four Omnibus

It’s not the two movie travesties but issues 554-569 of the Fantastic Four comic by Bryan Hitch and Mark Millar (the latter of Kick-Ass and Wanted fame); the 400 pg. Omnibus ships 2/10/2010.

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