Fantastic Four #68

Fantastic Four #68

Writer: Mark Waid Artist: Mike Wieringo Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 1, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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UNTHINKABLE PART 1 Reed searches for the cause behind a mysterious attack on his children.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 4, 2003

    Mark Waids work on this title is easily the best this book has seen in a very long time, as his understanding of the group dynamic that exists within the Fantastic Four is near perfect, and when he throws this world into chaos one can't help but delight in the overwhelming sense of excitement he's managed to create. I mean this book has two very clear cut moods, as before Dr. Doom makes his attack this is very much a lighthearted romp where Mark Waid & us readers get to delight in the weird, wonderful world of the Fantastic Four. However, after Dr. Doom makes his move the book very abruptly takes on a decidedly darker, almost nightmarish quality, and while the art isn't quite up to this new mood, the writing makes up for it. I also have to say I'm rather impressed by how utterly evil this latest attack by Dr. Doom truly is. This is exactly the shot in the arm Dr. Doom needed, and here's hoping he's got even more cards to play, hidden up his sleeve. Read Full Review

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