WORLD OF SUPER ADVENTURE – THE STORY OF THE HANNA BARBERA SUPERHEROES of the 60’s [Good Friday, Part 5]: The Fantastic Four.

REED: We four have been invested with the powers of the universe! More power than any other four people on Earth! With this power properly controlled and applied, we four could aid and do good for all mankind! And so, to fight tyranny, I put out the hand of Mister Fantastic! JOHNNY: And against crime, …

LEVIATHAN DAWN / FANTASTIC FOUR – GRIMM NOIR / THE PLUNGE / JEAN GREY & EMMA FROST [Comic Reviews]: Giant-Size Sunday Stash.

I haven’t felt the imminent threat of a spy organization to the heroes of the DC UNIVERSE since Maxwell Lord had Superman go buck wild on the Justice League, until Wonder Woman violently intervened, as also planned by Maxwell Lord. Writer Brian Michael Bendis is trying to have an impact on the DCU like AJ …

BERSERKER UNBOUND / FUTURE FOUNDATION [Reviews]: Days of Future Past.

Co—-errrr whoops. Wrong Barbarian. Dark Horse has unleashed on us Jeff (Black Hammer) Lemire & Mike (Avengers) Deodato Jr.’s stranger in a strange land series! It’s a bit light on story, and we’ve been here before: Barbarian king spewing purple prose about his life being filled with blood and steel. He’s a mongrel, a warrior, …

GLOW / STONE STAR / FANTASTIC FOUR / INVISIBLE KINGDOMS [Fistful Of Comics]: Ain’t Foolin’ Around!

It might be April, but we aren't quite fooling around here at GodHatesGeeks! We've got some of the newest titles from the past week to look, at, including and adaptation of one of Netflix's hit series, as well as the continued adventures of Marvel's First Family. And even if it's a bit cold out here …

THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS / FANTASTIC FOUR / DAUGHTERS of the DRAGON / SHAZAM! / SELF-MADE [Reviews]: Merry X-Men!

The Batman Who Laughs #1 by Scott Snyder (Dark Nights: Metal) and Jock (Wytches) is a ton of different genres all wrapped into one. We start with another flashback on young Bruce growing up before his parents passed, a bat pedal to the metal high octane chase scene reminiscent of Christopher Nolan and then horror …

SANDMAN UNIVERSE / HAL JORDAN & THE GLC / FANTASTIC FOUR [Reviews]: First Family Homecoming!

Vertigo has a special place in the hearts of a lot of people who grew up reading comics in the Nineties. Karen Berger and Shelly Bond curated a ridiculous run of titles for mature readers based on the sensibilities of Alan Moore’s SWAMP THING, Grant Morrison’s DOOM PATROL, and Neil Gaiman’s SANDMAN that yielded a …

MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE / MOON KNIGHT [Reviews]: New Year, New Me.

It's strange to think that there hasn't been a Fantastic Four comic in 2-and-a-half years, and the Fantastic Four have been absent from Marvel Comics in two. Considering they're my favorite superhero team, I've certainly missed them; but until I found out about the return of Marvel Two-In-One with a story called "Fate of the …