I have to say I'm of two minds when it comes to this story. On one hand I have to say that this is a decidedly creepy adventure, that has done a wonderful job of creating a situation where the Fantastic Four look to have their backs to the wall. On the other hand speaking as a fan who was rather fond of the old Dr. Doom who had spent his life time trying to prove he was Reed's intellectual superior, it does feel like he's cheating by bringing this new element to the party. It's a bit like asking us to enjoy a chess match in that takes place in a pitch black room, and only one of the players is allowed to wear the night vision goggles. Then again all the best stories tend to come from scenarios where it looks like our heroes have no chance at victory, and I can't deny the material has my utmost interest. Read Full Review
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