Fantastic Four: Battle of the Behemoths Epic Collection wraps up the Stan Lee and Jack Kirby era of Marvel’s First Family and brings them into the 1970’s, primarily remembered for the dynamic artwork of John Buscema.
The Fantastic Four Anniversary Tribute #1 follows the blueprint of two similar projects, Giant Size X-Men: Tribute to Wein and Cockrum #1 and Captain America Anniversary Tribute #1, which also retold classic stories with new artists illustrating each individual page.
The origin story and the foundation for all subsequent Doctor Strange stories are firmly established in the re-release of Doctor Strange: Master of the Mystic Arts Epic Collection by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.
Galactus is certainly known as one of Jack Kirby and Stan Lee’s trippiest creations, and you will soon be able to get a Previews Exclusive psychedelic version of the World Eater of your very own.
In celebration of Marvel and the First Family’s 60th Anniversary in August, Marvel will be releasing a variety of comics and collections to pay tribute to the Four, starting with the re-release of Fantastic Four Omnibus Vol. 2.
If you want to introduce a new fan to the world of The Hulk and his origins, Marvel’s Incredible Hulk: Man or Monster? Epic Collection is just what the doctor (Dr. Banner, of course) ordered!