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The Fantasticast

Stephen Lacey & Andrew Leyland

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The Fantasticast
The Fantasticast

The Fantasticast

Stephen Lacey & Andrew Leyland

12
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Stephen Lacey and Andrew Leyland are your guide to Marvel's First Family, The Fantastic Four. Starting at the very beginning of the Marvel Age of Comics, they cover every issue of The Fantastic Four, every spinoff title (Strange Tales, Marvel Two-In-One, FF, and more), every guest appearance and every cameo, all in order of publication.

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Episode 353: Marvel Two-in-One #70 - A Moving Experience

Fantastic Butts And Where To Find Them Hello, and welcome to episode 353 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we're off to Yancy Street for a romantic reunion, a change in living arrangements, and a set of suspicious removal men who really chose the wrong moment to go undercover. With the Thing sitting on the back of a removals van, and a long-time foe who just might be the mystery teamer-upper for this issue, this issue proves that moving home ain't quite as Fantastic as it sounds... Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, Mike Nasser, Gene Day, George Roussos, John Costanza, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, George Perez, and Joe Sinnott present Marvel Two-in-One #70 - A Moving Experience. Featuring the discovery that arms are better than ropes, The Adventures of Electro Rope Guy And Bloke With Slightly Snazzy Gun, and more Victorian music-hall songs then you could possible have ever wanted... Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

62 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 353: Marvel Two-in-One #70 - A Moving Experience

Episode 352: Marvel Team-Up #100 - And Introducing - Karma! She Possesses People!

Spidey vs Nightwing - The Great Superhero Buttock-Off Hello, and welcome to episode 352 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. The Fantastic Four head off to the world of Marvel Team-Up to help the title celebrate its 100th issue. There's a new mutant (or New Mutant) on the loose, seeking revenge, and Spider-Man is the weapon of choice. Only the Fantastic Four can prevent their occasional ally from doing something he really doesn't want to do... Chris Claremont, Frank Miller, Bob Wiacek, Carl Gafford, Annette Kawecki, Denny O'Neil, Jim Shooter, Klaus Janson, John Byrne, Bob McLeod, and Robbie Carosella present Marvel Team-Up #100: And Introducing - Karma! She Possesses People! Featuring the first of the New Mutants, the origins of the Storm/Black Panther romance, and abundance of water towers, and Charles Xavier answering... THE PHONE!!! Joining us to take a look at this oversized anniversary issue is Jay Edidin from Jay and Miles X-Plain The X-Men. Jay can be found on twitter as @NotLasers. Jay and Miles X-Plain The X-Men can be found at https://www.xplainthexmen.com/ and on twitter as @XPlaintheXmen. Jay can also be found at edidin.wordpress.com and at https://postcardsfromspace.tumblr.com/ Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

85 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 352: Marvel Team-Up #100 - And Introducing - Karma! She Possesses People!

Episode 351: Fantastic Four #225 - The Blind God's Experience

Mjolnir (Not) On A Spin Cycle Hello, and welcome to episode 351 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we're back in the Arctic once again, as the Fantastic Four find themselves battling to save the blind Viking god from losing his powers to save the dome, battling to kill the blind Viking god who is tired of his powers, and battling to save the dome from destruction by the bling Viking god (but it doesn't really matter because special guest star Thor makes his grand entrance by bursting through the dome...) Doug Moench, Bill Sienkiewicz, Pablo Marcos, George Roussos, Jim Novak, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, and Joe Sinnott present Fantastic Four #225 - The Blind God's Experience! Endure a repetitive flashback! Thrill to a synopsis interrupted by a fansquee over Mamma Mia! Raise suspicions at a person who is definitely not a Viking from a secret community! Marvel at a comic that not even Marv Wolfman or Len Wein could bring themselves to read... Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

39 MINNOV 9
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Episode 351: Fantastic Four #225 - The Blind God's Experience

Episode 350: Marvel Two-in-One #69 - Homecoming

Foggy McFogFace Hello, and welcome to episode 350 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we're on the hunt for the elusive 'third-time lucky' effect. Members of the original Guardians of the Galaxy make their third appearance in Marvel Two-in-One, and our hopes are tentatively high that this one will finally be a good comic. With Vance Astro looking to change his past and avert the pain of his current existence by checking which base his teenage self has reached while a mysterious fog saves everyone time on drawing backgrounds, could this be the one? Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, Ron Wilson, Gene Day, George Roussos, John Costanza, Jim Salicrup, and Jim Shooter present Marvel Two-in-One #69 - Homecoming. Featuring an indistinct Daredevil, a barely-present Nikki, a highly-relevant piece of Two-in-One continuity, the origins of the New Warriors (...ish), and definitely no Welsh accents at all, because we've learned our lesson for once. Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

50 MINNOV 2
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Episode 350: Marvel Two-in-One #69 - Homecoming

Episode 349: Fantastic Four #224 - The Darkfield Illumination

Space Viking: Norseman In Disguise Hello, and welcome to episode 349 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we're paying a return visit to the Arctic wilderness (not that the Fantastic Four acknowledge their recent trip there) because... uh... look, it's something to do with the red tears of a very tall, very old man, The Neverending Story III, a tiger of indeterminate origin (unless you read the actual text), and a viking-laden flashback that makes the past year of Thor look even better than it currently did, but I'll be buggered if I can recall anything about this partially-formed comic. Doug Moench, Bill Sienkiewicz, Pablo Marcos, George Roussos, Jim Novak, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, Joe Sinnott, Stan Lee, and Jack Kirby present various bits of Fantastic Four #224 - The Darkfield Illumination. And now, for no reason at all, I'll just recycle some episode text from much earlier in our run. "enslavement on the gangster world with gladiatorial deathmatches comes to a close. Not necessarily a conclusion, but it certainly stops. Do the Fantastic Four have an actual role to play in the issue? Will the long-promised battle". Look, if it's good enough for Marvel, it's good enough for us! Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

46 MINOCT 26
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Episode 349: Fantastic Four #224 - The Darkfield Illumination

Episode 348: Marvel Two-in-One #68 - Discos and Dungeons

Get More With The Fever On The Dance Floor Hello, and welcome to episode 348 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we're jumping onto the disco zeitgeist, a mere year after the cultural peak of the craze, as we join Ben Grimm and Warren Worthington III in a flashy, New York discotheque before they go and mix it up with a bunch of wacky robots in castle. With the motifs of 'crazy themeing' and 'assassination', could it possibly be Arcade pulling the strings? Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, Ron Wilson, Gene Day, Glynis Wein, John Costanza, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, and Dave Simons present Marvel Two-in-One #68, in which a robot frog guides our heroes, a bathroom rises suspiciously to the roof, a screwdriver is rather strong, a comic is not constructed in the manner to which one would be accustomed, and some terrible things are done to a Welsh accent. Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

48 MINOCT 19
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Episode 348: Marvel Two-in-One #68 - Discos and Dungeons

Episode 347: Fantastic Four Annual #15 - Time for the Prime Ten

Stolen From Rimmerworld Hello, and welcome to episode 347 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we stray once again into Annual territory. Reed Richards and Captain Marvel find themselves fighting side-by-side against (allegedly) the cream of the Skrull forces as an experiment to make toy cars move by themselves (or something) brings the Kree-Skrull War to Earth. Meanwhile, in Latveria, Zorba discovers that it ain't so great to be the King, as the journey to Doctor Doom's return to the throne begins. Doug Moench, George Perez, Chic Stone, Jon D'Agostino, Mike Esposito, Ben Sean, George Roussos, Tom Sutton, Jim Novak, Jim Salicrup, and Jim Shooter present Fantastic Four Annual #15 - Time for the Prime Ten. Featuring extra-terrestial ear-waggling, a look at how the MCU treats (or doesn't treat) the average person-on-the-street, an examination of Reed's parenting skills, a...

64 MINOCT 12
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Episode 347: Fantastic Four Annual #15 - Time for the Prime Ten

Episode 346: Fantastic Four #223 - That A Child May Live

Brutacus Is Silly But He Really Illustrates, etc. Hello, and welcome to episode 346 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. If you had bet money against The Salem Seven (as the cover has them) returning in a story featuring Nicholas Scratch, then your wallet is now a bit lighter. Every(no)body's favourite super-villain team is back to remind us all what makes them so unique, as they seek to aid Scratch in returning to Earth, taking it over, and making his facial hair the memetic piece of graphic design that he so wants it to be. Doug Moench, Bill Sienkiewicz, Joe Sinnott, George Roussos, Jim Novak, Jim Salicrup, Bob Budiansky, and Jim Shooter present Fantastic Four #223 - That A Child May Live, featuring a rebuilt and expanded Fantasticar, an ineffective prison, a demon hunter who arouses absolutely no interest from our hosts, and a reaction you'll have to hear to believe. Which is how podcasts work. Stupid clickbait. Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

43 MINOCT 5
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Episode 346: Fantastic Four #223 - That A Child May Live

Episode 345: Marvel Two-in-One Annual #5 - When A Stranger Calls

No! Not The N-Neuron Beam! Hello, and welcome to episode 345 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. Our latest episode sees Steve and Andy linger longer in September 1980, leafing through the pages of that year's Marvel Two-in-One Annual. Dark forces are on the move, and only the Thing and the Hulk possess the raw power, savagery, and innate courage needed for the Stranger to... uh... well, they certainly posses the things that he needs. Alan Kupperberg, Pablo Marcos, Nel Yomtov, John Costanza, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, and Joe Sinnott present Marvel Two-in-One Annual #5, in which the Stranger can't keep the continuity of his own plan straight, the Hulk has multiple secret desert laboratories equipped with unnecessarily-massive televisions, and the underworld turns out to be a pretty boring place. Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

57 MINSEP 28
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Episode 345: Marvel Two-in-One Annual #5 - When A Stranger Calls

Episode 344: Marvel Two-in-One #67 - Passport to Oblivion

This Fantasticast Could Be Worth $2500 To You! Hello, and welcome to episode 344 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we bid a fond farewell to one of our favourite supporting characters from the Fantastic Four comics of the 1970s. Treading a fine line between ally and nemesis, Thundra finally heads home, but the journey is not easy, especially when you've got a Hyperion by your side, a Thing in the way, and the Nth Command on your tail... Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, Ron Wilson, Gene Day, Frank Martin, John Costanza, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, and Joe Sinnott present Marvel Two-in-One #67 - Passport to Oblivion, in Alicia steps out (of her house on a possible date), Thundra and Hyperion step out (of our universe and into a mirror of Femizonia), and Steve and Andy step out (of their comfort zone by reading Shogun Warriors #20 and wondering just what the hell was going on in that). Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

49 MINSEP 21
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Episode 344: Marvel Two-in-One #67 - Passport to Oblivion

Latest Episodes

Episode 353: Marvel Two-in-One #70 - A Moving Experience

Fantastic Butts And Where To Find Them Hello, and welcome to episode 353 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we're off to Yancy Street for a romantic reunion, a change in living arrangements, and a set of suspicious removal men who really chose the wrong moment to go undercover. With the Thing sitting on the back of a removals van, and a long-time foe who just might be the mystery teamer-upper for this issue, this issue proves that moving home ain't quite as Fantastic as it sounds... Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, Mike Nasser, Gene Day, George Roussos, John Costanza, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, George Perez, and Joe Sinnott present Marvel Two-in-One #70 - A Moving Experience. Featuring the discovery that arms are better than ropes, The Adventures of Electro Rope Guy And Bloke With Slightly Snazzy Gun, and more Victorian music-hall songs then you could possible have ever wanted... Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

62 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 353: Marvel Two-in-One #70 - A Moving Experience

Episode 352: Marvel Team-Up #100 - And Introducing - Karma! She Possesses People!

Spidey vs Nightwing - The Great Superhero Buttock-Off Hello, and welcome to episode 352 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. The Fantastic Four head off to the world of Marvel Team-Up to help the title celebrate its 100th issue. There's a new mutant (or New Mutant) on the loose, seeking revenge, and Spider-Man is the weapon of choice. Only the Fantastic Four can prevent their occasional ally from doing something he really doesn't want to do... Chris Claremont, Frank Miller, Bob Wiacek, Carl Gafford, Annette Kawecki, Denny O'Neil, Jim Shooter, Klaus Janson, John Byrne, Bob McLeod, and Robbie Carosella present Marvel Team-Up #100: And Introducing - Karma! She Possesses People! Featuring the first of the New Mutants, the origins of the Storm/Black Panther romance, and abundance of water towers, and Charles Xavier answering... THE PHONE!!! Joining us to take a look at this oversized anniversary issue is Jay Edidin from Jay and Miles X-Plain The X-Men. Jay can be found on twitter as @NotLasers. Jay and Miles X-Plain The X-Men can be found at https://www.xplainthexmen.com/ and on twitter as @XPlaintheXmen. Jay can also be found at edidin.wordpress.com and at https://postcardsfromspace.tumblr.com/ Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

85 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 352: Marvel Team-Up #100 - And Introducing - Karma! She Possesses People!

Episode 351: Fantastic Four #225 - The Blind God's Experience

Mjolnir (Not) On A Spin Cycle Hello, and welcome to episode 351 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we're back in the Arctic once again, as the Fantastic Four find themselves battling to save the blind Viking god from losing his powers to save the dome, battling to kill the blind Viking god who is tired of his powers, and battling to save the dome from destruction by the bling Viking god (but it doesn't really matter because special guest star Thor makes his grand entrance by bursting through the dome...) Doug Moench, Bill Sienkiewicz, Pablo Marcos, George Roussos, Jim Novak, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, and Joe Sinnott present Fantastic Four #225 - The Blind God's Experience! Endure a repetitive flashback! Thrill to a synopsis interrupted by a fansquee over Mamma Mia! Raise suspicions at a person who is definitely not a Viking from a secret community! Marvel at a comic that not even Marv Wolfman or Len Wein could bring themselves to read... Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

39 MINNOV 9
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Episode 351: Fantastic Four #225 - The Blind God's Experience

Episode 350: Marvel Two-in-One #69 - Homecoming

Foggy McFogFace Hello, and welcome to episode 350 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we're on the hunt for the elusive 'third-time lucky' effect. Members of the original Guardians of the Galaxy make their third appearance in Marvel Two-in-One, and our hopes are tentatively high that this one will finally be a good comic. With Vance Astro looking to change his past and avert the pain of his current existence by checking which base his teenage self has reached while a mysterious fog saves everyone time on drawing backgrounds, could this be the one? Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, Ron Wilson, Gene Day, George Roussos, John Costanza, Jim Salicrup, and Jim Shooter present Marvel Two-in-One #69 - Homecoming. Featuring an indistinct Daredevil, a barely-present Nikki, a highly-relevant piece of Two-in-One continuity, the origins of the New Warriors (...ish), and definitely no Welsh accents at all, because we've learned our lesson for once. Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

50 MINNOV 2
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Episode 350: Marvel Two-in-One #69 - Homecoming

Episode 349: Fantastic Four #224 - The Darkfield Illumination

Space Viking: Norseman In Disguise Hello, and welcome to episode 349 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we're paying a return visit to the Arctic wilderness (not that the Fantastic Four acknowledge their recent trip there) because... uh... look, it's something to do with the red tears of a very tall, very old man, The Neverending Story III, a tiger of indeterminate origin (unless you read the actual text), and a viking-laden flashback that makes the past year of Thor look even better than it currently did, but I'll be buggered if I can recall anything about this partially-formed comic. Doug Moench, Bill Sienkiewicz, Pablo Marcos, George Roussos, Jim Novak, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, Joe Sinnott, Stan Lee, and Jack Kirby present various bits of Fantastic Four #224 - The Darkfield Illumination. And now, for no reason at all, I'll just recycle some episode text from much earlier in our run. "enslavement on the gangster world with gladiatorial deathmatches comes to a close. Not necessarily a conclusion, but it certainly stops. Do the Fantastic Four have an actual role to play in the issue? Will the long-promised battle". Look, if it's good enough for Marvel, it's good enough for us! Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

46 MINOCT 26
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Episode 349: Fantastic Four #224 - The Darkfield Illumination

Episode 348: Marvel Two-in-One #68 - Discos and Dungeons

Get More With The Fever On The Dance Floor Hello, and welcome to episode 348 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we're jumping onto the disco zeitgeist, a mere year after the cultural peak of the craze, as we join Ben Grimm and Warren Worthington III in a flashy, New York discotheque before they go and mix it up with a bunch of wacky robots in castle. With the motifs of 'crazy themeing' and 'assassination', could it possibly be Arcade pulling the strings? Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, Ron Wilson, Gene Day, Glynis Wein, John Costanza, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, and Dave Simons present Marvel Two-in-One #68, in which a robot frog guides our heroes, a bathroom rises suspiciously to the roof, a screwdriver is rather strong, a comic is not constructed in the manner to which one would be accustomed, and some terrible things are done to a Welsh accent. Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

48 MINOCT 19
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Episode 348: Marvel Two-in-One #68 - Discos and Dungeons

Episode 347: Fantastic Four Annual #15 - Time for the Prime Ten

Stolen From Rimmerworld Hello, and welcome to episode 347 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we stray once again into Annual territory. Reed Richards and Captain Marvel find themselves fighting side-by-side against (allegedly) the cream of the Skrull forces as an experiment to make toy cars move by themselves (or something) brings the Kree-Skrull War to Earth. Meanwhile, in Latveria, Zorba discovers that it ain't so great to be the King, as the journey to Doctor Doom's return to the throne begins. Doug Moench, George Perez, Chic Stone, Jon D'Agostino, Mike Esposito, Ben Sean, George Roussos, Tom Sutton, Jim Novak, Jim Salicrup, and Jim Shooter present Fantastic Four Annual #15 - Time for the Prime Ten. Featuring extra-terrestial ear-waggling, a look at how the MCU treats (or doesn't treat) the average person-on-the-street, an examination of Reed's parenting skills, a...

64 MINOCT 12
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Episode 347: Fantastic Four Annual #15 - Time for the Prime Ten

Episode 346: Fantastic Four #223 - That A Child May Live

Brutacus Is Silly But He Really Illustrates, etc. Hello, and welcome to episode 346 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. If you had bet money against The Salem Seven (as the cover has them) returning in a story featuring Nicholas Scratch, then your wallet is now a bit lighter. Every(no)body's favourite super-villain team is back to remind us all what makes them so unique, as they seek to aid Scratch in returning to Earth, taking it over, and making his facial hair the memetic piece of graphic design that he so wants it to be. Doug Moench, Bill Sienkiewicz, Joe Sinnott, George Roussos, Jim Novak, Jim Salicrup, Bob Budiansky, and Jim Shooter present Fantastic Four #223 - That A Child May Live, featuring a rebuilt and expanded Fantasticar, an ineffective prison, a demon hunter who arouses absolutely no interest from our hosts, and a reaction you'll have to hear to believe. Which is how podcasts work. Stupid clickbait. Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

43 MINOCT 5
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Episode 346: Fantastic Four #223 - That A Child May Live

Episode 345: Marvel Two-in-One Annual #5 - When A Stranger Calls

No! Not The N-Neuron Beam! Hello, and welcome to episode 345 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. Our latest episode sees Steve and Andy linger longer in September 1980, leafing through the pages of that year's Marvel Two-in-One Annual. Dark forces are on the move, and only the Thing and the Hulk possess the raw power, savagery, and innate courage needed for the Stranger to... uh... well, they certainly posses the things that he needs. Alan Kupperberg, Pablo Marcos, Nel Yomtov, John Costanza, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, and Joe Sinnott present Marvel Two-in-One Annual #5, in which the Stranger can't keep the continuity of his own plan straight, the Hulk has multiple secret desert laboratories equipped with unnecessarily-massive televisions, and the underworld turns out to be a pretty boring place. Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

57 MINSEP 28
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Episode 344: Marvel Two-in-One #67 - Passport to Oblivion

This Fantasticast Could Be Worth $2500 To You! Hello, and welcome to episode 344 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. This week, we bid a fond farewell to one of our favourite supporting characters from the Fantastic Four comics of the 1970s. Treading a fine line between ally and nemesis, Thundra finally heads home, but the journey is not easy, especially when you've got a Hyperion by your side, a Thing in the way, and the Nth Command on your tail... Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, Ron Wilson, Gene Day, Frank Martin, John Costanza, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, and Joe Sinnott present Marvel Two-in-One #67 - Passport to Oblivion, in Alicia steps out (of her house on a possible date), Thundra and Hyperion step out (of our universe and into a mirror of Femizonia), and Steve and Andy step out (of their comfort zone by reading Shogun Warriors #20 and wondering just what the hell was going on in that). Send in your feedback tofantastic4podcast@gmail.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or atwww.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are@fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visitwww.patreon.com/fantasticastto donate and support us. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work atmikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.

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Episode 344: Marvel Two-in-One #67 - Passport to Oblivion
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