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FF #3

• The new FF take to the streets to celebrate 2013! How does the world respond?

• How do the kids of the Future Foundation feel about these new grown-ups running the show?

• And what does Scott Lang have in store for Doom? The war begins…

Story by Matt Fraction
Art by Michael Allred
Colors by Laura Allred
Letters by Clayton Cowles
Cover by Michael Allred & Laura Allred

Price: $2.99
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Avg Rating: 4.3
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  1. early favorite for cover of the week!

  2. After the ending of last issue, I’m excited to see where this is going. Also, Allred’s version of Doom is bound to be amazing.

  3. Loved the first issue, liked the second.

    Congrats to the one Marvel book I buy, despite my immense dislike for the company.

    If they had more good stuff for $2.99 I might buy more from them (may check out Daredevil and Hawkeye someday.)

    • Since you’re thinking about checking out Hawkeye, may I recommend you check out issue #7 this coming Wednesday? Matt Fraction is donating his royalty check for this issue to Hurricane Sandy relief.

    • I can’t recommend Hawkeye enough! After I said I’d never buy a Hawkeye issue, I heard the reviews on the podcast and picked up the first 2 issues, and it’s been the book I’ve looked forward to reading each month. It’s the only Marvel book I read now. Although I am thinking of picking up the first 3 FF and Fantastic 4 issues since they’re $2.99 and Fraction is writing them too.

    • Sounds cool! I will probably pick it up. Thanks for the info, guys!

  4. So I really want to know why he is wearing that outfit? also will we see more of the Doom/Kang/Annihilus hybrid? So far I’ve been happy to continue with this title (which was my very favorite monthly under Hickman)

  5. Honestly as long as I’m looking at Allred’s art this is a 5 star series all day. Another totally fun issue.

  6. This looks really fun.

    Hoping it is.

  7. This title is really growing on me. I wasn’t too crazy about the first two issues, but this one was really great. Pick of the week.

  8. It’s good… good…! good!!!

  9. Laura Allred killed it on that splash page of Times Square. Amazing. Iv read UAvengers, Avengers, Minutemen so far and Iv enjoyed FF #3 the most.

  10. Ant-man major copping a feel to “protect” Darla… haha nice going Scott. F4 has been a little iffy, but the Future Foundation has been great! Just wish thy Four has left the kids behind so they could be interacting more with the rest of the Foundation. I demand more Valeria and Bentley.

  11. Sweet christmas this book is great.

  12. As a whole, another solid, beautiful, funny issue. On first read though these past two FF books have read “strangely”. I’m not sure if its the pacing or the cartoony art or what, but theres just something that’s keeping me from commiting. I felt this way last issue too, and it was better on a reread, so maybe I just need to get used to the book. Another note: There’s something shady about Old Man Storm, and Allred captures it perfectly in that last panel!

  13. Scott waiting on the sunflower, anticipating and watching Darla’s reactions, was priceless. This book really has me hooked, now. Glad the solicits aren’t giving away too much, I know I won’t be able to keep myself from spoilers with this one.

  14. DUMMY!

  15. Mention of this book in Wolverine And The X-Men has me a little curious. I’m considering checking it out.

  16. FF#3 was such a hoot! Loved the whole Darla & Ant-Man vs. the Yancy Street Gang part. I can’t wait to see more of Medusa and Shulkie. And that story John Storm came up with? Doesn’t sound plausible… this guy is hiding something.

    Please check my mini-review here:

    Comments and feedback are always welcome!

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