Fantastic Four #578

    Fantastic Four » Fantastic Four #578 - Prime Elements 4: The Cult of Negative Zone released by Marvel on June 2010.

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    Prime Elements 4: The Cult of Negative Zone last edited by Phantom25 on 01/12/23 01:34AM View full history

    Death, life and resurrection...Annihilus is back and hungry for revenge! Prime Elements part four: The Cult of the Negative Zone!


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    Stage is set 4 war. 0

     Fantastic Four #578Hickman continues to do a stellar job setting up this event involving four cities in the Fantastic Four book. Everything has been interesting and is tying together nicely, much like Peter David’s X-Factor. The attention to detail is evident in the way that the story is presented.We have seen the High Evolutionary’s city rise from below ground, then we were introduced to a lost Atlantean city in the depths of the Arctic. We all thought that the Blue area of the moon was ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    You're Losing Me...... 0

    Let's get this out of the way. I love the Fantastic Four. I always have. I will read you to the bitter end. But......  I really hope this is the last 'set up' issue. I love the direction, the anticipation of what's to come and the artwork but let's get on with it. This is four issues in a row with very little action and even more questions that need answering. Not everyone may have the devotion or patience I have and I hate the idea that people may be dropping this book because of the slow pace....

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Review: Fantastic Four #578 0

    Negative Zone madness! Johnny Storm ventures into the negative zone. I haven't picked up a F4 book in quite some time, and I know I've missed out on a lot of stuff, but luckily, Marvel has those sweet catch-up pages to let me know what I've missed out on since the last time I truly read a F4 book, when Human Torch was a herald of Galactus, during Disassembled.  The Good I enjoyed some of the more action-orientated splash panels in this issue, Hickman's writing is usually pretty strong, but ...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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