• The First Family leaves time and space!

• How long can Reed hide his motivations from his family?

• What undiscovered places, what amazing things, and what incredible people are out there waiting to meet the FANTASTIC FOUR?

Story by Matt Fraction
Art by Mark Bagley
Cover by Mark Bagley & Andy Kubert

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.2%


CaseyJustice12/13/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. First issue was ok, FF was brilliant and probably made me more excited for this joint venture. I’m really excited for this inter-galactic adventure Fraction has planned.

  2. I thought issue one was cool, this is my first try at reading F4 in floppies, so I’m giving it a few issues before I decide whether or not to keep pulling it. I’m excited to see where Fraction takes this.

  3. I enjoyed the first comic and loved FF. I’m definitely pulling this comic this week.

  4. Subscribed for a year of this and FF.

    Hoping for greatness.

  5. The first issue was a surprise. Didn’t think I would have liked it as much as I did. Guess I’ll be sticking with this and FF for a while.

  6. I totally trust Fraction…….

    This is gonna pan out I am sure of it…….still gonna stick with it…..

    FF was a surprise hit for me……..weren’t to sure about it upon sight and concept; but after two reads I thought it was extremely well put together book…….I loved the interview sections……

  7. Another good issue of fun character work, but I’m definitely ready for the story to kick in now. Luckily, it looks like I won’t be waiting long…

  8. Well this was a charming issue. I loved the last few pages. Really looking forward to more of this.

  9. That was a good issue. I liked the character moments but I’m kind of looking forward to stuff happening. For a guy that’s never really liked the Fantastic Four, this has been a pleasant surprise for me. Looking forward to FF now.

  10. So far it’s been ok for me but I really need something to happen next issue or it won’t make the cut.

  11. I’m giving it one more issue.

  12. Like where this is headed…

  13. I was disappointed by this and the previous issue. The actions of these characters don’t make any sense in the context of the growth they have had in the past. It’s as if Fraction is doing a short hand caricature of the Fantastic Four that feels dated. Hopefully once he gets past the schtick and the clunky set-up he’ll move onto some grander stuff.

  14. I’m gonna stick with this another issue or two, but Val just didn’t read right to me. She really isn’t a little kid anymore despite her age. Hickman has put these characters through some serious situations and that just isn’t reflected in Fractions characterizations. I’m hoping that changes.

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