Fantastic Four #588

    Fantastic Four » Fantastic Four #588 - Three, Epilogue: Month of Mourning released by Marvel on April 2011.

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    Three, Epilogue: Month of Mourning last edited by Phantom25 on 01/12/23 09:39AM View full history

    Following the death of Johnny Storm, we spend a month seeing how the remaining members of the Fantastic Four, the extended family, other heroes, and prominent villains react to the loss of this legendary hero. It's the epilogue to THREE: A Month of Mourning. PLUS: The Amazing Spider-Man consoles Franklin Richards in a second all-new tale!

    Note: The series ended with issue 588 and was replaced with a new comic named " FF" (or Future Foundation) for 11 issues before returning to the Fantastic Four title with issue 600.

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverAlan Davis1

    Second Printing Variant Cover

    Alan Davis2

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    Average score of 8 user reviews

    Holy Crap! 0

    The final issue of the Fantastic Four. Can it top the previous issue now that we know who died?  The Good This issue was amazing. My goodness. I read it in the cab on the way back from the comic shop and was blown away. By now, you should know that Johnny died. You can probably guess what this issue will deal with. It doesn't matter, you won't be prepared. Jonathan Hickman superbly tells the sad story of everyone dealing with the death of Johnny. The way it's presented here simply works (I won't...

    21 out of 21 found this review helpful.

    A Loss For Words 0

    So. Here we are. The final issue of the Fantastic Four. Is it at least good? Spoilers ahead.  Oh yeah. To be honest, I actually don't care for the art of the main story so much. Epting took the month off and we got Nick Dragotta instead. I am not too familiar with his style. But then after going through the story, it seems to fit the issue well. The facial expressions really tell the tale and get you feeling what the character is going through. Dragotta and Hickman sure paired well here.   I do ...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    A Picture says a thousand words 0

    Cover I love the cover and I think it is one of those things you can take in a different perspective. My perspective of the cover is the back picture of the whole team is in the past that is the reason it is in the background. Then the reason we have Sue, Ben, and Reed all crying and sad because of Johnny’s death and they know they have to move on. Story The story was all about the team reacting to Johnny’s death. Best Part I really like how they told the story with art and not with words. As th...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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