Stan Lee Meets Dr. Doom #1

Writer: Stan Lee Artist: Salvador Larroca Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Dec 1, 2006

    I can't help but feel that $3.99 is a lot to ask for this uneven mix of stories, none of which are particularly awful, but none of which will make you really cherish the issue either. The finest testament to Lee's importance as a creator, though, can probably be found in the reprint of Fantastic Four #87 which nestles at the back of the book. Chock-full of the kind of rampant imagination and crazy antics that made Fantastic Four such a success (even if it was never quite my cup of tea), the issue shows off the undiminished energy of Lee and Kirby's collaboration, even seven or eight years into their run on the book. In keeping with the Doctor Doom theme, this issue sees the FF go up against their arch-villain yet again, with Victor playing his traditionally regal and intelligent yet also slightly deranged villain role to a tee. In fact, Doom appears to be off his trolley throughout, playing a grim concerto on a hyper-sound keyboard, and welcoming Sue Storm and Crystal of the Inhuma Read Full Review

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