Fantastic Four no.5, July 1962 from the early months of the Marvel Age. Cover by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. Sinnott first inked Kirby in Battle no.69 in April 1960. Sinnott had worked for Stan Lee fairly regularly from 1951 until the Atlas implosion and then was one of the first artists to be rehired… Read More Fantastic Four no.5, 1962
This review is from: Marvel Masterworks: Marvel Rarities Volume 1 Includes stories from Amazing Adventures 1-4, 6, Tales of Suspense 49-58, Silver Surfer 1-7, Marvel Super-Heroes 20 & 23, and Astonishing Tales 1-8. This volume is jam-packed with extras: the lost Starhawk story that was supposed to appear in Marvel Super-Heroes 21, with gorgeous black… Read More Marvel Rarities Vol 1: Masterworks
Fantastic Four Omnibus 2 (Stan Lee & Jack Kirby) collects Fantastic Four 31-60 and Annuals 2-4 in 832 pages of oversized Omnibus format. Extras include Fantastic Four spoof from Not Brand Ecch (with Doctor Bloom and the Silver Burper). All three introductions to Masterworks 4-6, and additional essays: “Fantastic Four’s Golden Years” by Roy Thomas… Read More Epic after epic in this titanic tome! Back to press and looking fantastic!
With the movie coming out this weekend, we thought taking a look at the stories that started it all would be a good idea. Marvel went back to press with Omnibus 1 in October 2013, using a new restoration process and new source images. The image quality is similar to the softcover Masterworks, only at the… Read More Back to Press Omnibus puts the Fantastic in World’s Greatest Comic Magazine