This issue offers up a couple head-slapping moments where I must confess I was a little surprised by how willingly I allowed myself to the lead around by the nose by Mark Waid, as much like his teammates I just assumed that Reed's super-villain style behavior was going to be explained by the obvious premise that it was some sort of latent mind-control by Dr. Doom. However this issue makes it clear that Reed was in full control of his actions, and the real answer is far more rewarding, as it not only completely exonerates Reed, but when one looks back on some of Reed's actions, and more importantly a couple of the statements he made, this new information puts an interesting new spin on these moments where it had looked like Reed had gone completely around the bend. I also have to say that I rather enjoyed the return of a character who I hadn't expect to see for quite some time, and his actions in the final pages shake this book to it's very core, and act to create a problem that is sure Read Full Review
Let me explain why this is wrong. SUE SLEEPS AND HAS SEX WITH REED. Don't you get it? EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWW! Doom is riding in Sue Richards' body. Doom is in a body that has been gleefully pounded by elongated body parts. I ask you now would Doom allow such a sully to his person? Never! Not in a million years. Doom hates Reed Richards. Why would he choose the body that has been the most intimate with his most hated enemy when two other bodies who did not have rubbery contact with Reed were available--not that it would make any sense since nobody can actually see Doom in the Doctor Who conundrum. Again, I say EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWW! Read Full Review
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