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DON’T MISS: Fantastic Four #600 with Jonathan Hickman

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Fantastic Four #600Running Time: 00:18:05

The comic book that started the Marvel Age celebrates 50 years and 600 issues this week with Fantastic Four #600. One of Marvel Comics flagship titles, Fantastic Four has been experiencing a bit of a renaissance with writer Jonathan Hickman who has shaken things up by giving us multiple Reed Richards, killing off The Human Torch, and even canceling Fantastic Four, to make way for FF. But with the 600th issue and the climax of Hickman’s story coming at the same time, we’re presented with this massive 96 page extravaganza where Hickman is joined by artists Steve Epting, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Leinil Yu, Ming Doyle and Farel Dalrymple. Fans of the Fantastic Four and Marvel Comics are in for a treat with what sounds like a milestone issue for the ages.

Fantastic Four #600
Written by Jonathan Hickman
Art by Steve Epting, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Leinil Yu, Ming Doyle and Farel Dalrymple
$7.99 – Marvel Comics

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“50 ft. Queenie”
PJ Harvey

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Comments

  1. BionicDave BionicDave says:

    Waiting to hear if this is awesome or just meh – and only then will I consider plunking down $8 for it, especially after the suppository that was Marvel Point One! :)

  2. Punch Bag says:

    Put off by the idea of a bigger issue

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