Fantastic Four #581

    Fantastic Four » Fantastic Four #581 - When Everything's Lost, The Battle is Won... released by Marvel on September 2010.

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    When Everything's Lost, The Battle is Won... last edited by Phantom25 on 01/12/23 01:45AM View full history

    The first of a two-part story featuring the return of Nathaniel Richards. Follow us as he jumps through time back to the college years of Reed, Ben and Victor Von Doom and recruits them for an impossible mission in the future.


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    Review: Fantastic Four #581 0

    Nathaniel Richards travels back to Mr. Fantastic's college days to recruit all the ol' boys for a battle against his evil alternate selves in the future, all while a grown-up Valeria scares the hell out of Sue. The Good I hadn't encountered Neal Edwards' art before this comic and I have to say I was quite taken aback. He's a "total package" penciler whose work is damn close to Bryan Hitch's level (although I'm sure Neary's inks go a long way in putting the work in that direction.) I hate to use...

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    A couple of pages into this comic, I scratched my head and wondered if I had missed an issue prior to this one. Fantastic Four 580 was light fare, but very enjoyable. This issue thrusts you head long into a conflict through time and space with the enigmatic Nathaniel Richards at the heart of the hubbub (that man is always trouble). The issue at first is cryptic and the purpose of Nathaniel's journey is a tad on the confusing side, as is the role of Valeria and Franklin. Towards the end, however,...

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