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Tom Scioli Teases Fantastic Four Project In Vein Of Grand Design

Written by Tim Midura on Thursday, August 09 2018 and posted in News with Benefits

Tom Scioli Teases Fantastic Four Project In Vein Of Grand Design

Ed Piskor’s X-Men: Grand Design is a massively compressed history of the X-Men.


Source: Facebook

With the film rights finally going back home, Marvel isn't afraid to make Fantastic Four comics anymore since they won't act as marketing material for Fox movies. One of those new FF comics seems to be coming from writer/artist Tom Scioli in the vein of Ed Piskor's X-Men: Grand Design.

 

Piskor's Grand Design is a comprehensive and compressed history of the X-Men smashing 40 years of continuity into six issues. Scioli is a great fit to do a similar style book for the Fantastic Four as h eworked as part of the Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine and is clearly influenced by Jack Kirby.

On his Facebook, Scioli said that if the project was happening, it wouldn't happen for awhile.







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