FF #4

    FF » FF #4 - The Beating of Drums... released by Marvel on July 1, 2011.

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    The War of Four Cities: Part ONE It's finally come as prophesied -- The War of Four Cities! After months of pent-up aggression, the combatants cry havoc and set loose the dogs of war! In order to prevent the war from spreading outwards to all areas of the globe, the FF spring into action to stem the tide of death and destruction. What chance does anyone have when all hope lies in Doom?!


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    A bunch of scientific geniuses walk into a bar and... 0

    You know an issue is serious when Reed Richards brings Doctor Doom in for a consult. However, can Doom, Richards and the rest of the Marvel Universe's scientific minds outsmart three evil Reeds?The GoodHoo boy, do I ever love mad scientists. In this issue Reed Richards has managed to assemble some of the greatest scientific minds in the Marvel Universe into one room, and the results are actually quite hilarious. Seeing the Mad Thinker enter into a "what if he knows we know?" paradox with himself...

    10 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    A super villain science summit, and Atlantean action.... 0

    What more can you ask for in a FF title? Not much, in my opinion. The bulk of the action in this issue revolves around Susan, Spidey, and Alex Power going to Atlantis to investigate some a part of the plot of the Reeds to take over(destroy?) this universe. But the real meat of this issue stems from Reed, Valeria, Nathaniel, Doom and the villains debating on how best to stop them under the careful eye of The Watcher. This book is SERIOUSLY turning me on to some old Fantastic Four villains I never...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Two Down...Two to Go 0

    Doom's symposium begins in proper and the War of The Four Cities sees its first skirmish.   The Good I've got some good news and some bad news. The bad news is Steve Epting's not doing the pencils this issue. The Good news,  Barry Kitson is!!! Steve's probably my favorite artist to have ever drawn a FF run, but Barry really gives him a run for his money here.  The moment with Sue and Spidey that open the issue are really nice and give the book that family feel. Spidey acts Sue if she's worried a...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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