FF #17

    FF » FF #17 - The Roommate Experiment released by Marvel on June 1, 2012.

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    Now that he’s back among the living, the Human Torch moves in with Spider-Man! Can two super heroes share an apartment without driving each other crazy?

    What secret lies behind the door to Annihilus’ closet?

    Who throws a house party like the light brigade?



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    Pack your Things 0

    This issue is lighthearted, entertaining and full of twists and turns! It is a nice change of pace from the very dramatic back and forth between F4 and FF we have seen in recent months. The entire issue was boiled down to one topic: "The Roommate Experiment" - from the introduction page where only Peter and Johnny are listed, through to the end - it is one wild ride, and a sitcom ready to happen.My expectations were set pretty low for this issue. I figured it would be mostly about Peter and John...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    There's so much a roommate can take 0

    Hickman proves, once again, that he's a versatile writer: so what that there's no great plot, no saving the universe in this issue? There're other important things in life too, like having fun!! And who's better to hang out than Spidey and Human Torch?!? Hickman sells gold here, using tons of great ideas that's been around for ages, like the whole rivaltry going on behind Peter and Johnny (includin a certain red headed gal), but that's one quality that separates Hickman from other writers: his a...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Absolutlely What i Needed 0

    This is exactly what I want after Hickman's giant ff story wraps up. This is the perfect timing for this issue to happen. Just don't take it seriously! it's meant to be a lighthearted, quirky issue without consequence,One can only expect how Spidey and Johnny's living arrangements were going to work out for both of them and we get what we expected, executed in the best way possible. Some of the scenes involve a lot of the characters from Hickman's run and I guess the main reason for that is to k...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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