There's nothing like a fierce grandparent, and these older versions of current Marvel characters are proof of that!
In Fantastic Four #3, it is revealed that a classic member of the X-Men is actually a secret honorary member of Marvel's first family of superheroes.
The comic book process now known as the 'Marvel Method' was in use well before Marvel began doing it. Find out how it became synonymous with Stan Lee.
Before there could be a Marvel Cinematic Universe, someone had to first create the Marvel Comic Book Universe! Enter Stan Lee.
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, see how the classic Dr. Strange/Dr. Doom graphic novel squelched plans for a 'Young Fantastic Four' OGN.
In their latest look at abandoned comic plots, CSBG reveals how the Watcher briefly stopped interfering with the actions of the people of Earth!
The MCU is about to be a very different place, but who do we want in and who do we never need to see ever again?
Marvel Comics' Fantastic Four #3, by Dan Slot, Sara Pichelli and Nico Leon.
The greatest debate that continues to plague fans is whether DC or Marvel is better. CBR reveals reasons why they both win and lose.
Leading a double life is hard, which means not every relationship has stood the test of time in Peter Parker's Life.
Marvel 2-In-One #11 reunites Reed Richards and Ben Grimm, adding another reason for the Fantastic Four's break up after Secret Wars.
Galactus is one of the most feared entities in the whole Marvel Universe, but even the mighty have fallen at one point.
A new preview for Marvel 2-In-One answers why the Fantastic Four didn't return after Secret Wars.
It's only a matter of time before the X-Men and the Fantastic Four show up in the MCU, and these fan designs show us what they might look like.
Some of these weaknesses were so dumb that the publishers chose to bury the weaknesses completely and some are not considered canon anymore.
Jack Kirby worked with many inkers in his early years on the Fantastic Four, and a result, the Thing's look evolved from inker to inker!
In their feature examining how comic book writers reversed seemingly permanent changes to characters, CSBG looks at how Mr. Fantastic's scar healed!
In their latest look at long-resolved comic book plots, CSBG reveals whether the Thing really reverts to Ben Grimm when exposed to extreme heat!