Tag Fantastic Four

Covered 365: Day 330

Fantastic Four #330, Marvel Comics, September 1989. Artist: Rich Buckler. A great comic book cover matching each day of the year, 1 through 365. Please chime in with your favourite corresponding cover, from any era. Day 330 was disappointing, I…

Covered 365: Day 320

Doh!!!! Just realized I posted this a day early – apologies. X-Men #320, Marvel Comics, January 1995. Artist: Mike Joe Madureira. Joe Madureira gives us such a great sense of motion on his cover to X-Men #320, the more I…

Undervalued Spotlight #468

Fantastic Four #28, Marvel Comics, July 1964. On the back issue comic market the two most speculated Marvel titles for a while now have been the Fantastic Four (FF) and the X-Men, and why not, a massive fan base eagerly…

Covered 365: Day 280

Captain America #280, Marvel Comics, April 1983. Artist: Mike Zeck. I think Day 280 is a good day, lead by Mike Zeck’s very strong cover to Captain America #283. John Byrne’s cover to Fantastic Four #280 caught my eye, funny…

Covered 365: Day 247

Four Color #247, Eastern Color, September 1949, Artist: Paul Norris. I’ve always wondered where that light bulb missing from my dining room chandelier went to. Now I know. Paul Norris took it! And he put it on Flash Gordon’s head…

Covered 365: Day 243

Superman #243, DC Comics, October 1971, Artist: Neal Adams. I tried so hard not to pick this cover, but this boy from the Balkans knows what he likes and I really like Neal Adams’ cover to Superman #243. Apologies to…

Covered 365: Day 236

Fantastic Four #236, Marvel Comics, November 1981. Artist: John Byrne, Marie Severin. I love this 20th Anniversary celebration cover to Fantastic Four #236 by John Byrne and Marie Severin. Yikes, I consider this a modern book and its 38 years…

Covered 365: Day 206

House of Mystery #206, DC Comics, September 1972. Artist: Tony DeZuniga. Psychiatrist’s office – “Mr. Durajlija you seem to have an obsession with Scarecrows, tell me about your childhood on the farm”… Tony DeZuniga draws a mean scarecrow on the…

Covered 365: Day 191

Famous Funnies #191, Eastern Color, December 1950. Artist: Uncredited. Great cover on Famous Funnies #191, a nice little foreshadowing of more great space covers to come. The Strange Adventure #191 caught my attention as a small thumbnail and I had…

Undervalued Spotlight #453

Fantastic Four #11, Marvel Comics, February 1963. Here’s another book I pulled off the “future Spotlight” shelf, it’s a book I’ve owned many times and it just may be the most liquid issue of the Fantastic Four between #6 and…

Covered 365: Day 158

Fantastic Four #158, Marvel Comics, May 1975 – Artist: Rich Buckler. Day 158 was a tough one, there was no clear winner so I went with my favorite of the bunch and growing up in the 70s has obviously influenced…

Covered 365: Day 156

Fantastic Four #156, Marvel Comics, March 1975 – Artist: Rich Buckler. Fantastic Four #156 has always been one of my personal favorite Doctor Doom covers, we even get some Kirby Krackle. I did notice the rainbow Blackhawk cover, hard to…

Joe Sinnott Retires at 92

After 69 years in the comics industry, Joltin’ Joe Sinnott has officially retired…again. He first retired 29 years ago but since that time has been inking the Amazing Spider-Man newspaper strip over Alex Saviuk’s pencils. Joe Sinnott is considered by…

Undervalued Spotlight #438

Fantastic Four Annual #1, Marvel Comics 1963. Ok here’s a first for Comic Book Daily (I think). After much deliberation I’ve decided to dust off Mike Huddleston’s old Overvalued Overstreet #14 featuring Fantastic Four Annual #1, which he posted almost…

Covered 365: Day 72

A great comic book cover matching each day of the year, 1 through 365. Please chime in with your favourite corresponding cover, from any era. Fantastic Four #72 – Marvel Comics, March 1968 – Artist: Jack Kirby. Day 72 had…

Covered 365: Day 68

A great comic book cover matching each day of the year, 1 through 365. Please chime in with your favourite corresponding cover, from any era. Fantastic Four #68 – Marvel Comics, November 1967 – Artist: Jack Kirby. US Marines #68…

Undervalued Spotlight #419

Fantastic Four #10, Marvel Comics, January 1963. Stan Lee passed away yesterday, Monday, November 12th, 2018. My condolences to Mr. Lee’s family and friends. I’ll always remember where I was when I heard of Stan Lee’s death, I’ll also remember the…

Undervalued Spotlight #402

Fantastic Four #3, Marvel Comics, March 1962. There are very few titles hotter than Fantastic Four at the moment, the 1st issue is officially out of reach for the most of us while issues #4 (Sub-Mariner re-into) and #5 (Doctor…