Karragan the Unforgiving comes across with anger and bitterness because he lost his world and when he faced down Johnny, I thought all hell was going to break loose, but Johnny now has the power cosmic and is able to defeat him with ease. Johnny is scared of that power and what else can he do with this kind of power? I enjoyed the flashback to the Thing's first date with Alicia and how Johnny coaxed the Thing on, to get him to kiss Alicia. If Quasar hadn't joined the FF on their quest for Johnny, I don't see how they could have went after Johnny in deep space. They are fortunate to have Quasar temporarilly on their team! Read Full Review
First off I have to say that it's great to see this title looks to have gotten back into the habit of offering up cover visuals that reflect the story one should expect to find inside, as the shot of Johnny standing side-by-side with Galactus is far more engaging than any generic action shot ever could've been. As for the interior art, the book opens with a great little sequence where we see the team dealing with a tumble off the roof, and Sue's new powers make this rather mundane bit of action far more entertaining than it normally would've been, with the final shot of bungee Ben being a very cute visual. The art also does some lovely work when it comes to the delivery of the Kirby-tech that litters the interior of Galactus' ship, and the big action scene where Johnny uses the power cosmic on the attacking warrior was a wonderfully unsettling image. I also rather enjoyed the flashback scene, as Ben's physical form has the softer appearance that many artist forget to deliver when they Read Full Review
Waid and Wieringo delivered an excellent Dr. Doom story awhile back. With the FFs second-most iconic foe in their sights, theyre set to repeat. Too bad this is their last go-round with Marvels First Family. Hopefully itll be their best. Read Full Review
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