Fantastic Four is one of the few early 21st century Marvel films to not age well as the film marks its 15th anniversary since opening in theaters in 2005. The premise of the film is simple and it’s one that stays true to the comics in theory. Physicist Reed Richards (Ioan Gruffudd) and astronaut Ben Grimm (Michael Chiklis) need Von Doom Industries CEO Victor Von Doom’s (Julian McMahon) space station. The reason is to test…"Fantastic Four Marks Its 15th Anniversary"
On Sunday afternoon at Wizard World, a crowd gathered in Room 3 for The Marvel Saga. The panel was hosted by Danny Fingeroth, Jim Salicrup, and Mikey Babinski. Dean Haspiel was supposed to be on the panel but following the previous panel on the most neurotic superhero, he decided to go back to his booth on the floor. The presentation was titled Marvel at 78: From The Golden Age to Spiderman: Homecoming. It was pretty…"Wizard World: Marvel at 78 panel was entertaining"
Stan Lee made what has been billed has his final appearance at C2E2 in Chicago. After appearing in panels on Saturday, posing for photos, and taking autographs with the fans, Lee had one more card up his sleeve. On Saturday, Lee participated in a joint panel with Frank Miller on the Mainstage and later did an interview on the Live Stage. In the closing hours of C2E2, Lee did a surprise signing at the Marvel…"C2E2: Stan Lee makes his Final Appearance"