This book acts as a telling example of how big an impact a poorly conceived plot can make, as while Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa shows he's capable of some powerful character moments, my enjoyment of this issue is hampered by his inability to convince me of the idea that the fantastic Four could not only be stripped of their fortune, but that they would have no means of building it back up. Yes this issue is dependent on one accepting the idea that the Fantastic Four have burned all their bridges within the super-hero community. It asks us to believe that Reed and company have suddenly become complete undesirables whose remarkable achievements are meaningless. Yes if one can ignore the ever growing pile of reasons why having the Fantastic Four living in a flea-bag motel, with barely two cents to their name is an silly idea, than one is also faced with the idea that Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is perfectly willing to forget about the hurdles he's crafted when it suits the needs of his story, like Read Full Review
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