GHOSTS CONCLUSION With Reed, Sue, and Johnny either out of commission or fighting on the other side, there's only one man - the Thing - to wrest the all-powerful Cosmic Cube from the clutches of the mad god Thanos!
Which begs an important question: Is it really a crime if the victim is willing? Yes, yes in this case it is. For while I may be 31, my inner-fanboy is but a child hence the boy part of that appellation so at the very least this is a case of dork statutory rape. Read Full Review
Ultimate Fantastic Four" #53 reads less like a Fantastic Four story than like a late-period Chris Claremont X-Men tale. It's overburdened with insignificant detail and lacks the human moments that would make it worth reading. For all of Mike Carey's cleverness (and there are a couple of clever twists in the plot), there's just not much of a Fantastic Four story here. The essence of the main characters remains, but their struggle feels as artificial as it looks. Read Full Review
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