A jar of things (at Fnac)
My third-favorite FF panel of all time.
Thingie the Pooh…
On another social media platform, I laid out the excessive number o’ variant covers we’ll be able to enjoy when Fantastic Four is relaunched in February (six as a matter of fact), and I mentioned the Katie Cook “animal” variant. Well, here it is for Fantastic Four issue 1. I hate variants but I gotta say that at least this one’s cute and Katie’s a great artist. Oh, bother…
For the other “animal” variants check out ComicsAlliance.
There’s a big fat check off the ol’ bucket list.
Are you going to… Oh my God, what FANTASTIC news!
This is the shutdown that affects my life the most today. — frenchclops
As you know, during my personal hiatus, Daily Fantastic will be working very hard to get the US government to start working again. I have found this image of my staff doing everything they can to solve any and all political problems.
The guys at the pub.
I’ve wanted to see a picture along these lines for a long time. I gotta thank my good buddy, Gabriel Peregrino, for makin’ this a reality. It’s some beautiful work and features some o’ the top clobberers in the business.
Got me a feelin’ that it’ll never happen, but I’d love to see a crossover one-shot or miniseries featurin’ all o’ these handsome devils.
In my version of the Fantastic Four, each hero is based on one of the classical elements. So obviously The Human Torch is the Element of Fire and The Thing is the Element of Earth. Invisible Woman uses the Element of Air to distort her enemies vision, create mirages and conjure forcefields of air current and Mr. Fantastic’s body has the consistency of the Element of Water.
Doctor Doom has the ability to use all four elements but can’t control them like the Fantastic Four can.
In celebration of Mike Wieringo. My colors over a sketch of The Thing by Wieringo, who I am and will continue to be a massive fan of.
One of Marvel’s finest artist and a personal favorite. We’ll always miss Wieringo and his art.