FF #7

    FF » FF #7 - The Supremor Seed released by Marvel on September 1, 2011.

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    The Supremor Seed last edited by Phantom25 on 01/15/23 11:39PM View full history

    Black bolts return continues, when he once again meets his fellow Inhumans!


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    What Does It Mean? Your Mileage May Vary 0

    Chilling implications abound in this issue of FF at the cost of yet another month of interrupted action that will no doubt leave many readers confused and potentially unsatisfied.Enjoying this issue is entirely predicated on trust. Either you trust that Hickman has a reason for doing what he's doing and you go along for the ride or you don't enjoy this issue. It reminds me of his Prime Elements arc during Fantastic Four, only more obscure-seeming. There were four seemingly random, one-shot stori...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The Whisper That Shook The World 0

    Black Bolt returns from The Fault to reclaim his throne, setting the events in FF #5 and 8 into motion The Good The issue starts with Black Bolt battling one of the Many Angled Ones and utterly obliterating it. Yeah, he fights against and defeats a extra-dimensional god. The fanboy in me very much so enjoyed this.     I think it was really fitting that the first Inhuman to discover Black Bolt is Lockjaw. These two have always had a very special relationship and this moment reminded me of the ver...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    An uninspired, poorly conceived mess., 0

    "FF" came out of the gate strong, delivering a great combination of gorgeous art and and fantastic storytelling. But the wheels completely fell off last issue with a side story about the return of Black Bolt that lacked heart and featured some really bad art. Issue #7 is the second part to the Black Bolt story if that gives you any indication.  Neither this or the previous issue feature any of the members from the Future Foundation. That could be overlooked if Hickman's story was the slightest ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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