brewski420's Fantastic Four #579 - The Future Foundation review

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This issue is written by Jonathan Hickman and drawn by Neil Edwards. The writing on this comic is just as amazing as it has been since Hickman began writing this series. The dude is just an excellent writer. I'm not sure how much i like Edwards art, but i guess it's a style that would grow on you. So i won't critisize his art work too much, having only laid eyes on his work in this comic. There's not much that goes on in this issue, but we do see Alex from the Power Pack move into the Baxter building. Reed Richards also starts putting a team together in this issue. I won't say what the team is for, but its got me excited to see where this is going. So we have some interesting stuff going on in this series and some things being built upon to make some great near future story arcs. I have to say not much happened in this issue, but that doesn't make this any less fun to read. The way Hickman writes a story there doesn't have to be alot of action to make it a good comic. So i def recommend you getting this comic. This is a great, fun series to read.

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