Fantastic Four, Vol. 1: New Departure, New Arrivals
We have seen the future and it will be fantastic! When Reed and Sue decide that the family needs to relax, they take Ben, Johnny and the kids on a little vacation ... through all of infinite time and space! And in the real absence of Marvel's First Family, a substitute FF, hand-picked by the real... show more
We have seen the future and it will be fantastic! When Reed and Sue decide that the family needs to relax, they take Ben, Johnny and the kids on a little vacation ... through all of infinite time and space! And in the real absence of Marvel's First Family, a substitute FF, hand-picked by the real deal - Ant-Man, Medusa, She-Hulk and the all-new Miss Thing - stand ready to guard the Earth and the nascent Future Foundation ... for the four minutes that the Fantastic Four will be gone. What could possibly go wrong? Find out NOW!COLLECTING: Fantastic Four 1-3, FF 1-3, Marvel Now! Point One (Ant-Man story)
Publish date: April 16th 2013
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
Series: Fantastic Four (Marvel NOW!
Reed Richards is dying and plans an expedition through all of space-time to find a cure with the rest of the Fantastic Four and the two Richards kids. Before they leave, the FF recruit their substitutes; Ant-Man, She-Hulk, Medusa, and some chick the Torch was boning. The FF is only planning on bei...
Reed gets cancer, can't find out how to fight it, and goes off into space with his family. Unwilling to leave Earth undefended - because there are no Avengers, or X-Men, or any other superhero teams, I guess - he and the other Fantastic Four members pick out other people to keep on trucking as the...
I just have to say that this was such a great surprise after having read the first volume of the Marvel NOW! Iron Man because that was hugely disappointing. This however, was pretty awesome. I really loved the storyline that's in this volume with the Fantastic Four leaving regular Earth into a diffe...
I look forward to the second volumes when FF is by itself. The Moloids are my favorite.
Between Fraction's new Fantastic Four and FF (looks like both are included here) I think I look forward to the latter a little more each month. Something about a group of misfits (and She-Hulk) trying to be the Fantastic Four while something ominous is going on is just such a simple, perfect concept...