- The “Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes Exhibition–the Fantastic Four and Beyond!” panel featured:
- Professor Benjamin Saunders (chief curator, Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes)
- Tom Brevoort (VP, Executive Editor – Marvel Comics)
- Saunders gave us a bit of a look at the blockbuster exhibition, which is currently located at the Museum of Science+Industry in Chicago.
- Primarily though, the panel focused on both Saunders and Brevoort looking back at “Fantastic Four #1,” 60 years after the introduction of Marvel’s first family.
- Brevoort talked about the original “Fantastic Four” run really being the first from Marvel that built a continuous story from one issue to the next.
- Saunders referred to the Marvel Universe as “the world outside your window,” a term that has been connected to Marvel Comics for a long time. He uses that to show of a part of the exhibition that quite literally brings that idea to life, with a statue of Ben Grimm falling asleep on the couch and an animated window behind hi showcasing the action of the Marvel Universe.
- We also got a look at some of the costumes from the Black Panther film, which are featured in a gallery within the exhibition.
- You can check out the full “Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes Exhibition–the Fantastic Four and Beyond!” panel below:
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About the “Marvel: Universe Of Super Heroes” Exhibition:
- Since its doors first opened at Seattle’s MoPOP in 2018, the Marvel: Universe Of Super Heroes exhibition has appeared at some of the US and Canada’s most prestigious museums, welcomed nearly 900,000 visitors, and brought fans a new way to experience the characters and legacy of Marvel, while also exploring the company’s long and storied history.