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In FF#8 writer Jonathan Hickman returns to The War of Four Cities as things escalate when Black Bolt jumps in the mix. Reed Richards struggles to gain the confidence of Sue while keeping an eye on Dr. Doom and the other villains enlisted to help him defeat the Reeds from other dimensions. We also learn what it is that Marvel's First Family fears most!

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Doom Sure Is Cheeky 0

The action finally resumes at the Forever City. Do you remember where we were two issues ago? The Reeds were striking a deal with the evolved moloids when the Inhumans arrived on scene. Back at the Baxter Building our Reed was teamed up with his arch-enemies united under the common goal of stopping...himself.You guys, this book is so good. I've been anxiously wondering about what would happen and it does not disappoint. Hickman does take some time to bring readers up to speed, but it's neither c...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

We Now Return to Our Regularly Scheduled Program 0

The Universal Inhumans make a play to take the Forever City as the FF and their newest villainous members enter the fray.  The Good Many weren't too thrilled with the last two issues that reintroduced Blackbolt and The Inhumans. As a huge fan of those characters, longtime reader of Hickman's Four, and appreciator of all things cosmic in the Marvel U I loved them. But I can be objective and totally understand other's feelings about them. Here Hickman returns to the war of Four Cities and in grand...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Oh yeah...there was a war going on .... 0

With FF #8 we're finally returned to the present.  Thank goodness.  I'm sure the Black Bold lore was fun for a certain segment of the FF readers, but I was pretty bored when it was the only thing I had to read for FF for a month.  This issue seemed to be a great setup for the climax.  And that must be coming because Marvel has been teasing some surprises in store for November's issues that don't seem to have anything to do with the War of Four Cities.  The good thing about this issue was that we...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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