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On the Blue Area of the Moon, the Fantastic Four discover that the history of the Inhumans runs much deeper, and richer, than previously believed. It's big adventure on a cosmic scale, its Prime Elements part three: Universal Inhumans!

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Fantastic Four #577 Hickman is brilliant yet again.   I’m wondering though how nobody here knows that the Inhumans of Attilan are the supreme rulers of most of the cosmos.   Oh and why the hell doesn’t Read Richards say “Crikey, there's a big rip in space time out there?”   This is a guy that the X-Men couldn’t fool, but he doesn’t acknowledge that their may be a bigger problem in the universe than some new neighbors on the moon.   How in the vastness of space these other Inhumans didn’t know a...

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"Prime Elements" part 3. Written by Jonathan Hickman and drawn by Dale Eaglesham. Another great issue of the Fantastic Four. I recently just started reading FF but i found i really enjoy this series. I just wish that i had picked this series up before now. I feel like i missed out. Lol. In this issue we have some big changes for the Inhumans. And there is more to their origin and heritage then originally thought. We also meet a new Inhuman in this by the name of Dal Domac. He's a pretty cool cha...

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