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Marvel Two-in-One #8 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Marvel Two-in-One #8 Review: The Pain Catches Up

The Thing and the Human Torch are stranded on another world where Captain America and Iron Man’s Civil War destroyed everything. They’ve hidden away in a small town, and the Spider, a maddened version of the Amazing Spider-Man, is searching all over the country for them. Johnny is taking care of their new house, and […]

Marvel Two-in-One #7 cover by Nick Bradshaw

Marvel Two-in-One #7 Review: Strong Story, Weak Art

The Thing, Human Torch, Victor von Doom, and Rachna land on a world torn apart by the Civil War between Captain America and Iron Man. Here, they continue their search for Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Franklin, and Valeria. Instead, they encounter the new power on this world, the Spider and Doctor Strange. They capture the […]

Marvel Two-in-One Annual #1 cover by Chip Zdarsky

Marvel Two-in-One Annual #1 Review: Journey to the Center of Doom

The Infamous Iron Man, aka Victor von Doom, and the Thing arrive on another Earth while Doom ruminates on his childhood. On this world, the two find a dead Reed Richards and a triumphant Doctor Doom. Before long, our Doom comes into conflict with this Doom, and, before the conflict goes too far, our Victor […]

Marvel Two-in-One #6 cover by Jim Cheung and Frank Martin

Marvel Two-in-One #6 Review: A Smart Fantastic Four Epic

Our Thing, Human Torch, and Victor von Doom with the Sue Storm and Reed Richards of this other Earth have put together their last and best defense against the approaching Doom/Galactus hybrid of this world. He has consumed the rest of the universe, and this Earth is the last item on the menu. Can what’s […]

Marvel Two-in-One #5 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell

Marvel Two-in-One #5 Review: The Series Just Continues to Get Better

The Thing takes issue with the Mr. Fantastic of the alternate Earth. Before things go too far, Invisible Woman, head of S.H.I.E.L.D on this Earth, arrives on the scene, and we get a Fantastic Four reunion of sorts. It may be cut short, as the hybrid Doctor Doom/Galactus is on his way back to Earth […]

Marvel Two-in-One #4 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell

Marvel Two-in-One #4 Review: The Series Hits Its Stride

The Thing, the Human Torch, and Dr. Rachna Koul begin their mutliversal expedition to locate the rest of the Fantastic Four. They arrive on a world very much like their own, but they are soon attacked by She-Hulk and Wolverine in SHIELD-branded uniforms. What is different here? Why are their friends trying to kill them? […]


Marvel Two-in-One #3 cover by Jim Cheung and Frank Martin

Bleeding Cool Chatter #21.6: Comics Talk (Marvel Two-in-One #3)

Bleeding Cool Chatter is usually the show where I, Head Film Writer Kaitlyn Booth, drag a bunch of Bleeding Cool writers into a chat to talk about the latest in TV and movies. Despite being a comic-based site, several of our movie and TV writers just don’t have the time to keep up with comics. […]

Marvel Two-in-One #3 cover by Jim Cheung and Frank Martin

Marvel Two-in-One #3 Review: A Decent if Inconsequential Story

The Mad Thinker is paid a visit by Doctor Doom. Meanwhile the Thing brings the Human Torch to an old friend whom Ben hopes can help Johnny with his power problems. That old friend is none other than Hercules, Avenger and Prince of Power. He takes our Two-in-One team to a person who helped him […]

Marvel Two-in-One #2 cover by Jim Cheung and Justin Ponsor

Marvel Two-in-One #2 Review: Return to Monster Island

The Thing has convinced the Human Torch that Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Franklin, and Valeria are still alive in another dimension, and the two go on an excursion to Monster Island, the site of the Fantastic Four’s first adventure. As is often the case with Monster Island, things get messy quickly, and an unexpected associate […]

Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends Panel At NYCC: The No Tongue Rule Broken

Hugh Sheridan reports from NYCC for Bleeding Cool: Editor Nick Lowe MCed Friday’s “Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends” panel at NYCC, which also featured writers Dan Slott (Amazing Spider-Man), Chip Zdarsky (Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man) Robbie Thompson (Spider-Man vs. Deadpool) and artist Will Sliney (Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider), Rodney Barnes (Falcon) and Venom editor Devin […]

What Do Those Marvel Legacy Titles Mean?

Marvel have released their latest delightfully hyperbolic press release about their upcoming Marvel Legacy initiative, including the titles for the brand new arcs to come as part of the new initiative. We’ve seen the many covers harking back to classic covers of yore, and now we have a little more info. But just what do […]