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calamityjonsaveus:

Lobo the Duck
The ol’ Amalgam Comics character, drawn by request. The original art for this image is available at my Etsy shop.

Wow….  That is a thing, that is.

calamityjonsaveus:

Lobo the Duck

The ol’ Amalgam Comics character, drawn by request. The original art for this image is available at my Etsy shop.

Wow….  That is a thing, that is.

fantastic4thgraders:

Fantastic 4th Graders #001.  Art by Greg Boyd and written by Jeremy Wetzel.

fantastic4thgraders:

Fantastic 4th Graders #001.  Art by Greg Boyd and written by Jeremy Wetzel.

mikedeodatojr:

Thing vs Hulk finished

mikedeodatojr:

Thing vs Hulk finished

mkard:

Project Rooftop: Fantastic Four Fashion Forward! by Ventimiglia
mikedeodatojr:

Thing vs Hulk WIP 4

mikedeodatojr:

Thing vs Hulk WIP 4

johnbyrnedraws:

Reed Richards and Sue Storm. Pencils by Jack Kirby circa 1973/74. John Byrne inked copy. 1981.

colonel-chicken:

Fantastic Four # 09 (2014)
What the fuck is even going on

It’s called interesting storytelling!!!  Hold your horses and wait ‘til next issue when we get some background.  For the record, she’s Sharon Ventura, ain’t ya ever read older Fantastic Four comics?  My review o’ this comic oughtta be comin’ out later today at ComicBook.com.

colonel-chicken:

  • Fantastic Four # 09 (2014)

What the fuck is even going on

It’s called interesting storytelling!!!  Hold your horses and wait ‘til next issue when we get some background.  For the record, she’s Sharon Ventura, ain’t ya ever read older Fantastic Four comics?  My review o’ this comic oughtta be comin’ out later today at ComicBook.com.

dailyfantastic:

doktorvondoom:

so apparently these are some leaked photos of reboot doom and i’m just… what… what am i looking at here

what the hell is this

Regarding Doom:

So my first thought is that everyone on my dash is absolutely right. This costume is awful, and any doubts you have had about this film (which were justified from day one, honestly) are now even more justified.

Y’see, if you follow dailyfantastic, you’ll know I spend much of my time complaining about superhero costumes/fashion. But there’s one costume I’ve never complained about, and that’s Doom’s. Y’see, Doom’s costume instantly conveys a ton of information about him: he looks like an evil cyborg wizard with a medieval bent and a superiority complex, because, well, he basically is. Sure, there are some silly things about his costume (like the mini-skirt), but as a whole, his costume is fine.

The costume depicted above is thus not only an unnecessary change, but one that makes Doom’s personality seem much, much different. Now he seems like a more generic “other.”

So here’s what I’m hoping/expecting:

  1. In the Ultimate universe, Doom’s entire body was warped by cosmic radiation. In that series, he turned into a goat-hoofed robot. Here, his body could’ve been mutated into this…mess. This scene could possibly be some sort of reveal—perhaps his cloak falls off, and this is when the Fantastic Four find out what became of Victor. Still not a good design, but at least it would assume that there’s more of the costume in another scene.
  2. OR: this isn’t Doom. Maybe it’s a Doombot. Those always look dumb.
  3. OR: …post-production? GUYS CAN THERE PLEASE BE MORE IN POST-PRODUCTION??? I DON’T EVEN KNOW HOW POST-PRODUCTION WORKS, GUYS. PLEASE TELL ME THEY CAN MAKE IT ALL BETTER IN POST-PRODUCTION.

Anyway, so if any of those things are true, we still have a chance!

…but we probably don’t.

Oh well.

"It" bein’ that dumb, ugly, muddy costume…

Fantastic Five & Six
Can this actually be a thing, Marvel?  Honestly, I kinda love this-here little comic.  By Caanan the Art Boy:  Source

Fantastic Five & Six

Can this actually be a thing, Marvel?  Honestly, I kinda love this-here little comic.  By Caanan the Art Boy:  Source

Ultimate FF: An Unfortunate Postmortem

After six issues, this foray back into Marvel’s Ultimate Universe for the Fantastic Four brand has ended a couple of weeks ago. Given my extremely negative review of the first issue, one might expect that would be happy to see this book cancelled and its story wrapped up. Unfortunately, that couldn’t be further from the truth.

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