Fantastic Four: Antithesis #1 Review

Fantastic Four: Antithesis #1 Review- As a meteor propels itself from hyperspace, the Fantastic Four attempt to uncover a way to prevent it from slamming into Manhattan. Check out the Fantastic Four: Antithesis #1 Review HERE! Continue reading Fantastic Four: Antithesis #1 Review

March 2020 Marvel Comic Solicits

Here are the March 2020 Marvel Comic Solicits. Take a look as Thor uppercuts Galactus, Strange Academy and Hellions debut, plus the Road to Empyre arrives this coming March 2020! Continue reading March 2020 Marvel Comic Solicits

Annihilation – Scourge: Omega #1 Review

Matthew Rosenberg brings us the conclusion to the ANNIHILATION – SCOURGE event with ANNIHILATION – SCOURGE OMEGA #1! Read the ANNIHILATION – SCOURGE OMEGA #1 review here! Continue reading Annihilation – Scourge: Omega #1 Review

Annihilation Scourge Omega #1 Preview

Annihilation Scourge Omega #1 Preview: Annihilation Scourge Omega #1 by Matthew Rosenberg concludes this special event this Wednesday December 18th, 2019! Check out the preview here… Continue reading Annihilation Scourge Omega #1 Preview


ANNIHILATION – SCOURGE: SILVER SURFER #1 Review! ANNIHILATION – SCOURGE: SILVER SURFER #1 by Dan Abnett hits shelves this week! Find out how Silver Surfer fights the Scourge in ANNIHILATION – SCOURGE: SILVER SURFER! Continue reading ANNIHILATION – SCOURGE: SILVER SURFER #1 Review

Silver Surfer (1968) #2 In-Depth Retro Review and Analysis

Silver Surfer 2 cover

Written by: Stan Lee

Art by: John Buscema and Joe Sinnott

Letters by: Sam Rosen

(Colours uncredited)

Available on Marvel Unlimited

The Silver Surfer is one of Marvel’s most iconic characters. Introduced in 1966 in Fantastic Four 48, it wasn’t long before he got his own Marvel series, and it’s not difficult to see why. Having agreed to a lifetime of service as Galactus’ herald in exchange for the continued existence and safety of his homeworld, two years after his first appearance Norrin Radd finds himself confined to Earth – his punishment for helping the Fantastic Four save the Earth from Galactus’ all-consuming hunger. The character of the Surfer is, then, one of Marvel’s ‘bigger’ characters. An alien who nevertheless embodies very human notions of nobility and self-sacrifice, he is an isolated and misunderstood figure, and his background is drenched in tragedy and pathos. While it’s true that other Marvel characters had similar issues at the time (Spider-Man, the Sub-Mariner and, especially, the Hulk all spring to mind), I’d argue that it’s the Silver Surfer who represents the pinnacle of what you might call Marvel’s melodramatic tragic style. While I’m very conscious that I might be talking complete rubbish (and a lot of it!), I hope you’ll allow me to explain what I mean, as we take a deep dive into the over-sized second issue of the character’s first solo series.

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Fantastic Four #48 (1966) Retro Review (Silver Surfer and Galactus’ first appearance)

While I’m throughly enjoying the current Silver Surfer Black mini-series from Donny Cates and Tradd Moore, it inspired me to delve into the origins of the Surfer. As an added bonus I discovered that Fantastic Four #48 is not only the first appearance of the Silver Surfer, but Galactus too! Let’s go back in time and see how this all started! Continue reading Fantastic Four #48 (1966) Retro Review (Silver Surfer and Galactus’ first appearance)


Continuing Prodigal’s journey home from FANTASTIC FOUR: THE PRODIGAL SUN #1, the one individual who can aid him in accomplishing it is the Silver Surfer. But Prodigal has a history with the Surfer. Witness that now as we see the Surfer, back when he was still the herald to Galactus, as Prodigal battles him to prevent Galactus from destroying an entire world because of his unending appetite. Continue reading SILVER SURFER PRODIGAL SUN #1 Preview