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• The Fantastic Four travel to the homeward of the Kree Empire.

• Witness the fallout of the Kree-Inhuman war.

• What does that mean for Crystal and Ronan who were left abandoned on Earth?

Story by Jonathan Hickman
Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli & Klaus Janson
Colors by Paul Mounts
Letters by Clayton Cowles
Cover by Mike Choi & Guru-eFX

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TheNextChampion06/13/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. Correct solicit:

    • The Fantastic Four travel to Wakanda

    • The Return of Black Panther to the pages of the F4.

    • What happens when the world completely runs out of Vibranium?

    • Marvel have proper balls-up FF/Fantastic Four content on shipping release, it’s so all over the place as to what is happening which month/issue I’ve decided that until I know that Hickman has left I’ll take nothing I read for granted & just enjoy what comes out!

  2. Looking forward to more Hickman FF….not so much on Ron Garney on FF.

    How long till Stegman?

  3. This is my only Marvel book this week… I don’t think that’s happened for at least 5 years.

  4. Black Panther was a key player in this month’s Defenders, so I’m interested in seeing him here, too.

  5. I got on board after the recent .1 issue. I kinda dig Hickmans other stuff and he seems to be quite capable of writing the fantastic four. Looking forward to this issue.

  6. I am completely unfamiliar with Black Panther so this should be interesting.

  7. Looking forward to this.

    I’m really enjoying Hickman’s work on this title (and its sister book).

  8. Really enjoyed this, Hickman writes a good Black Panther.

    interesting to note that this is now as least a two part story. Marvel solicitations are sooo screwed up now:)

  9. Great issue and loved the Thundercats reference.

  10. I did really enjoy this issue story-wise, but I just didn’t like the art not one bit. Shame!

  11. I really thought Giuseppe Camuncoli stepped it up in this issue. I normally find him to be a bit looser and not quite as refined. He brought his A game to the Hickman book for sure though. I wish he’d keep this level of work up.

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