• You’ve seen how everything begins — now see how everything ends! Marvel’s first family travels to THE BIG CRUNCH!

• What if the end of everything wasn’t really the end of everything? What happens beyond the end of infinite time and space?

• Speaking of ends, how’s everybody feeling out there in time and space, Dr. Richards? Hmmmmm?

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

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  1. Liked the last issue a lot and I am looking forward to this one.

    This book is on a short leash though and has been since issue #3.

  2. That’s a pretty great cover.

  3. I’m loving the one-shot nature of the stories while still carrying a larger arc under the surface. In a way it feels like Reed is trying his best to distract his terribly clever children from the fact their father is sick. All the while we get to see the Four tackle some of the more interesting facets of the way the universe is made up.

    For all the plaudits Hickman received for his run on Fantastic Four it should be said Fraction is doing a pretty bang-up job himself.

  4. Fun times with space, time travel, and Blastaar. Very classic feel!

  5. Missed the issue before this, oops! But read this issue this week – just as I was complaining that there wasn’t enough of the kids, they both did something this week, so that was nice. I’m guessing them dropping Blastaar off in the Negative Zone impacts the Future Foundation story coming up, what with Blastaar on the cover with the Wizard and Medusa.

  6. My wish came true! Finally some substance in the story, and this was kinda the 2nd of a two part started last ish. Probably my favorite issue so far. I especially liked how it tied in to FF. I’ve been waiting for that between these titles. I also think I liked Hennessy on inks better than Farmer, or maybe Bagley stepped it up. Solid issue.

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