Story by Matt Fraction
Art by Mark Bagley & Mark Farmer
Colors by Paul Mounts
Letters by Clayton Cowles
Cover by Mark Bagley, Mark Farmer, & Paul Mounts

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.1%
Avg Rating: 3.5
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  1. Getting this until issue #12.

    Gotta cut way back again.

    Might have to wait for the half-off sale to pick up a bunch of these back issues for non-vital titles.

  2. I was going to drop this after the last issue but after I saw the cover to this a few weeks back I decided to stay on for this issue because I like it when they interact with Historical time periods. Though I will probably drop this book after this issue unless this issue really wows me.

  3. I can understand why some would drop this, but for me, the one-shot adventures and overall throwback style stories of this book have been a joy to read. There’s still a more serious overarching tale going on too, and I’m excited to see where Fraction goes with it.

  4. Early contender for one of the weeks best covera.

  5. I’ve been loving the one-shot feel of the series but it’s for that same reason that I’m close to dropping it to pick it up later when it’s not in competition with 8 other books.

    A man has to save some money for burritos.

  6. JML ( says:

    This was bizarre. This isn’t a great comic, but it does remind me of the Fantastic Four I liked as a kid, so I’m sticking with it.

  7. consafo80 consafo80 (@consafo80) says:

    Gonna keep getting it till #13 which brings us to the opening page of #1 and from then not sure. I’m liking it but not loving it .

  8. Little more Val in this issue, so that was nice – and the manifestation of Sue’s illness was a neat visual – but Fraction’s take on the F4 family isn’t really clicking with me. But my love for the characters – especially Reed and Sue, and Franklin and Val – compel me to keep buying. Marvel has Hickman to thank for that (for me, anyhow).

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