FANTASTIC FOUR Comics Returning to Marvel Universe

Jenna Warner
March 30, 2018

Everybody is now under one roof, so what can we expect in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Slott is known for his work on "the Amazing Spider-Man", "the Superior Spider-Man", "Silver Surfer" and "She-Hulk", among others.

Finally the Fantastic Four are coming back.

While the Fantastic Four are largely considered the cornerstone of the Marvel Universe, the team has been conspicuously absent from Marvel's monthly line-up, and merchandising, for a number of years.

Check out Pichelli's first teaser art for the series below along with the announcement video! He is certainly someone who should inspire excitement for this title as is Pichelli, an Italian comic book artist who first illustrated the Miles Morales version of Ultimate Spider-Man. "He has that uncanny ability to have this encyclopedic memory of everything that's ever happened in a Marvel Comics, including Fantastic Four, and respect the past in the stories but also drive the stories forward with new ideas and new ways of thinking we haven't seen before". Reed can move in all kinds of direction. "And Sue, when she's invisible or not, you still have to make her presence felt in each panel and Sara just can do that like nobody else". "Sara can do that like nobody else".

Several years back, Marvel ended the run on its various Fantastic Four comic books, which was obviously not great news for fans of the superpowered team. And what better way to celebrate than the return of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's Fantastic Four?

"I can't wait to draw a lot of the characters, but there's one in particular I can't reveal yet", added Pichelli.

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The new series will be the first time the entire team - who launched the Marvel line in 1961 - has appeared in comics since the 2016 end of Secret Wars, which left Mr.

The now running Marvel 2-in-1 series features Thing and Human Torch searching for Mister Fantastic and Invisible Woman and their children, so it looks like they will be successful in their mission.

Slott has plans for at least 55 issues of the series in order to reach the landmark 700th issue of the series, according to the New York Times.

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