Fantastic four: life story : de '80s & '90s

Mark Russell (author of screenplay), Sean Izaakse (illustrator), Francesco Manna (illustrator)
Fantastic four: life story : de '80s & '90s
Author of screenplay
Mark Russell
Sean Izaakse Francesco Manna
Original title
Fantastic four - life story 3-4
[Breda]: Dark Dragon Books, © 2022
[62] p. : ill.
Contains material originally published in magazine form as Fantastic four: life story 3-4
9784637395807 (paperback)

Availability in Flemish libraries


Het tweede deel in de stripserie: 'Fantastic Four: Life Story’. De Fantastic Four werden zestig jaar geleden al geïntroduceerd, maar wat als ook voor hen zestig jaar waren verstreken? In dit deel komen de jaren 80 en 90 aan bod. De Koude Oorlog houdt de wereld in zijn greep, terwijl Thing, Human Torch, Invisible Woman en Mr. Fantastic zich moeten voorbereiden op de komst van Galactus. Ballonstrip in kleur.

About Mark Russell

Mark Russell (born August 23, 1932) is an American political satirist and comedian. He is best known for his series of semimonthly comedy specials on PBS television between 1975 and 2004. His routines were a mix of political stand-up humor covering current events and musical parodies in which he accompanied himself on his trademark American flag-themed piano.

Early life

Mark Russell was born Joseph Marcus Ruslander and grew up in Buffalo, New York, where he graduated from Canisius High School. After high school, his family briefly moved to Florida, then to Washington, D.C., where he enrolled at George Washington University, but stayed for only a month before joining the Marines.


Beginning in the early 1960s, he was a regular entertainer at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. and did his first PBS show in 1975. From 1979 to 1984, he was a correspondent on the NBC reality TV show…Read more on Wikipedia