By Jarrod Jones. Thursday morning was met with a series of cryptic tweets from Marvel Entertainment, in the same slightly spammy manner we’ve come to expect from the House of Ideas.

Once it became clear that Marvel was, in fact, counting up with its tweets, each provided with conspicuously obvious adjectives — and that there’s hasn’t been any chatter on the internet about that long-gestating Fearsome Five/Squirrel Girl crossover that exists only in my head — it was only a matter of time that Marvel Comics announced its inevitable Fantastic Four reboot.

Then, at eleven am central time (hey, I’m in Chicago, whaddaya want), Marvel released a video with the news.

We’ve been waiting for the right creatives to come around [] We’ve been waiting for them to free up,” Marvel Editor-in-Chief C. B. Cebulski said in the video. “And we’re happy to announce the new creative team will be Dan Slott and Sara Pichelli.

Fantastic Four, Marvel’s flagship title, was cancelled by the publisher in June 2015. The team was then broken up in Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic’s Secret Wars #9.

Slott’s departure from his ten-year tenure on Amazing Spider-Man was announced in January. Sara Pichelli just wrapped up Spider-Men II for Marvel, and has been noticeably absent from announcements and solicits since Spider-Men II #5 dropped in February. Now we know what she’s been up to — and it rules.

Behold your first look at the long-awaited return of Fantastic Four.

Image: Credit Sara Pichelli/Marvel Entertainment

Obviously, we can begin speculating the potential of a post-credit FF appearance at the end of Avengers: Infinity War… now.

Marvel’s ‘Fantastic Four’ hits stores August 2018.