Telling smaller, self-contained stories whilst still making each issue part of a larger whole seems to have come easier to Millar here than it did on his similar 12-issue runs on Spider-Man or Wolverine, as it seems as though his entire years worth of UFF issues has been planned far more intricately: for example, the Zombie FF from Millars first arc show up again this issue, foreshadowing their escape in future issues without dominating the main story that is being told in this mini-arc. Reeds time-travel device was also introduced in a previous story and so doesnt require a hefty chunk of exposition for the reader to accept it at face value. Im very keen to see how this tale progresses next issue, as even though the "President Thor" concept is less gripping to me than the parts of the story that deal with Ben and the FFs opportunity to reverse his condition theres so much potential displayed by this first issue that I cant imagine Millar losing the plot on this one. This Read Full Review
I'm really looking forward to the next two parts of this story. Millar is hitting his stride with this title. And as far as I'm concerned, this is the best Fantastic Four Marvel is producing today. Read Full Review
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