Fantastic Four #522

Writer: Mark Waid Artist: Mike Wieringo Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 4
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8.4User Rating

RISING STORM PART 3 The re-introduction of a fan-favorite Marvel Universe hero into the battle may have caused more problems than it solved, because not even he can save the Fantastic Three from the cosmic might of Galactus's new herald -- Johnny Storm, the Invisible Man!

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Lucinski Jan 31, 2005

    The The penultimate issue of Rising Storm is a solid one. Constant action, sprinkled with character moments and a chuckle or two and a cliffhanger give readers of parts one and two ample reason to pick up issue three. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 7, 2005

    I'm a big fan of Mike Wieringo's work and I still believe that he's a near perfect fit for this title, but if there is one weakness with his art, it's the ability of capture the more serious elements of the story, such as the scene where Galactus' crew is destroyed, or the sense of impending danger when Sue and Ben are about to come under attack. I mean his art is a lot of fun to look at, and it's hard not to have a good time when one looks at the page, but there are moments where I can't help but feel the work would be more effective if it was able to convey the darker moments as well as it does the lighter. Still, how can one not love the establishing visual of Galactus' home-world, and the one-page spread that is used to signal the end of Johnny's look back at the big guy's back-story. There's also a lovely series of images as Johnny gets a look at his team-mates with his new cosmic sight, and the art perfectly captures the inner personalities of these characters. Plus, how can one Read Full Review

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