FF #1

    FF » FF #1 - The Club released by Marvel on May 1, 2011.

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    The Club last edited by Phantom25 on 01/12/23 11:53PM View full history

    It's the FANTASTIC first issue of FF! A bold new direction for Marvel's First Family featuring new members, old friends (Spider-man), older enemies (Dr doom) and uneasy alliances that will send shockwaves through the Marvel Universe. With stunning art work by Steve Epting and Paul Mounts, please join writer, Jonathan Hickman, on the second massive arc in the bold new direction for the 'World's Greatest Comic Magazine.'


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    Future Foundation Is Here 0

       Cover I did not love the art for the cover. I did not really like how Sue and Reed looked in it. Reed looked tan and Sue looks like a teenage girl. Story Johnny has died and the Fantastic Four has to deal with it. The Thing deals with it by thinking it is his fault and Sue and Reed deal with it by keeping them busy. Spider-man is the replacement for Johnny because Johnny said that is who he wanted for his replacement. The Fantastic Four is now called the Future Foundation and they have ...

    13 out of 13 found this review helpful.

    What Will The Future Bring For The FF? 0

    The death of the Human Torch changed things for the Fantastic Four. Now that they're looking towards tomorrow, what will they do differently?  The Good From the beginning you get a sense of the grand scope of where Hickman and Epting want to take the series. When I first heard that the Fantastic Four series was ending and leading into the Future Foundation, I had my obvious doubts. Reading this issue, this is the only way I can see the series going. With what they're out to accomplish, it almost...

    23 out of 25 found this review helpful.

    From someone who never read Fantastic Four 0

    Marvel comics grabbed my allegiance at a young age mainly because they had the best cartoons on T.V. and that was my only access to the comic world. So as an Adult when I finally moved from my small town without a comic book shop to a large city, with multiple great shops in my neighborhood, I had made it a point to try and know as much about the Marvel universe as I could. Yet for some reason I never got around to reading anything with the Fantastic Four name on it, until I heard about the FF. ...

    11 out of 12 found this review helpful.
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