Marvel Two-In-One is a highly anticipated launch title for Marvel Legacy by Chip Zdarsky and Jim Cheung. Seen as a possible precursor for the return of the Fantastic Four to the comics, it features the Thing and the Human Torch getting up to, well, whatever it is superheroes get up to. Saving the day, preserving the legacy of the superhero team that Marvel Chairman Ike Perlmutter doesn’t want to publish anymore so as to snub Fox Studios.
Perlmutter is, of course, one of the largest donors to Donald Trump‘s political campaign and serves as part of the new administration in regard to Veteran Affairs. Perlmutter himself fought in the Six Day War as an Israeli soldier before he came to the USA and made his fortune.
And we’ve been told that Marvel Comics is taking a step away from overt politics that peaked with the Secret Empire series, about a fascist gaining supreme power in the USA through purely legal means, set up to preserve security over freedom.
So what has this to do with Marvel Two-In-One? Well, I’m told that Spider-Man pops by to see The Thing. And describes him as “The World’s Second Most Well-Known Orange Monster”
UPDATE: I’ve been sent the preview art to confirm this…
MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #1 LEG
(W) Chip Zdarsky (A/CA) Jim Cheung
The Fate of the Four Part 1
THE FOUR ARE NO MORE, SO TWO MUST DO! Something is very wrong with THE HUMAN TORCH and only THE THING can help him! It’s the Marvel Universe reunion you’ve all been waiting for (well, HALF of it, at least!). Plus: What monumental secret has DOOM been hiding since the end of SECRET WARS, and how will it completely change the lives of Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm? PLUS: Includes 3 bonus MARVEL PRIMER PAGES!
Rated T In Shops: Dec 13, 2017
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