A fun bonus is Stan Lee's original treatment for the story, complete with notes from editor Tom Breevort. It's interesting to see how much of Breevort's input made it to the page, and how much freedom Romita is given to play about with the story to suit his artistic desires. It's the epitome of "Marvel style" scripting, and it gives readers some insight into just how fluid the distinction between writer, artist and editor can be in such a collaborative process, with all of them contributing to the story to some extent. Read Full Review
That line comes from a particular florid-minded SWAT team member. However, the story, the plot, the behavior of the characters and the application of their powers all make sense. That's why The Last Fantastic Four Story is worth reading. Add these strengths to gorgeous, action-fueled artwork in a vein reminiscent to that of Jack Kirby's masterpieces, and you have a book that's well worth adding to your collection, especially if that collection revolves around the FF. Read Full Review
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