FF #13

    FF » FF #13 - The Bridge released by Marvel on February 1, 2012.

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    The Bridge last edited by Phantom25 on 01/15/23 11:29PM View full history


    The Battle between the Council of Reeds and the Future Foundation extends through the BRIDGE and into the world now controlled by the Mad Celestials.


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    How Ominous. 0

    Highly Recommended!I will start with the art - I am not a fan, but I agree with djotaku, the children actually do like children. In previous issues, I have always felt they looked like awkward miniature teens. I do still like that the android is not wearing glasses... and while he does look more like a dragon, it isn't the look I would have picked out for him.As everyone is stating, the story does indeed move on with this issue. There is a lot of action and a lot of character development. It is ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Getting Close to the End 0

    While I'm not keen on Bobillo's art, I do really like that he makes Valeria and the other kids actually look their age. The story is going at a very slow pace and I'm very anxious to see just how Hickman ties the the events of FF and Fantastic Four together. It started off as a story about the Reeds back in Fantastic Four then it added in the Universal Inhumans and the Kree. Now those stories appear to have split off, but they're still somewhat related. I'd like to see just how it all fits toget...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Finally! 0

    This is the best issue of FF since issue 5. Issue 12 was bad and Fantastic Four 601 was OK but this. This was AMAZING.The GoodWe see Celestials actually fight. (I'm looking at you Uncanny X-men 3)The Council of the Reeds thing is more or less resolved. This is something I LOVE about Hickman's writing. I thought from the beginning this arc would lead to the War of the Four Cities, but the Reeds were just a medium for something much worse...Doctor Doom seems to actually be trying to be a good guy....

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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