Fantastic Four #560

Fantastic Four #560

Writer: Mark Millar Artist: Bryan Hitch Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: September 24, 2008 Critic Reviews: 5
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DEATH OF THE INVISIBLE WOMAN PART 3 Future Shock! Learn the startling story of how the world ends! Can the Fantastic Four avert the planet's demise?

  • 9.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Sep 29, 2008

    I'm not sure it's again the Greatest Comic Mag, but it's one of the best out there - and at this rate, it'll soon be wearing the crown again. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Sep 27, 2008

    Fantastic Four #560 was a great read. Millar keeps upping the ante with each issue. There is certainly plenty of substance in this story for readers who desire complex stories to chew on. And at the same time there is enough entertainment and action for fans who just want a fun and exciting read. You definitely do not need to be a fan of the Fantastic Four in order to enjoy this story. I have never had much interest in the Fantastic Four before and I have enjoyed Millar's run immensely. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    IGN - Bryan Joel Sep 24, 2008

    Fantastic Four is one of those books that I enjoy reading so much that I'm willing to let a minor slip-up or two slide. Fan reception and sales on Fantastic Four is decidedly muted, and that's a shame because it's easily the best Mark Millar product on the stands. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Weekly Comic Book Review - J. Montes Sep 26, 2008

    This is an issue of answers, explanations, and plot advancement. Don't expect surprises, because chances are you won't get any. If you've been having fun with the ride so far, chances are your experience won't be hampered. Just don't expect the shocking cliffhanger that Millar usually spoils us with. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Sep 27, 2008

    I'm starting to get the feeling that Millar and Hitch's Fantastic Four is eventually going to stand as more than the sum of its parts. The entire overarching storyline seems better-planned than I first gave it credit for, and I'm enjoying the manner in which all of the different characters and plot points established since the beginning of the team's run have weaved in and out of one another to create the larger tapestry of the book. If Millar makes good on his promise of tying his work on this book in with his "Old Man Logan" arc in Wolverine (and the mysterious "hooded man" of this arc is certainly starting to look like he could be the Best There Is At What He Does) then "The Death of the Invisible Woman" could prove to be quite a satisfying and multi-faceted story arc. Read Full Review

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