Is it any wonder that yet again an all-ages book is superior to the books geared more toward adults. Here we have a cohesive Fantastic Four split by a prank that hurts the feelings of another member. Nobody acts out of character to get the story moving, and the plot carries a sophisticated political angle that's far more mature than the artifice of secret identity outing. Read Full Review
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