Fantastic Four #63

Writer: Mark Waid Artist: Mike Wieringo Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 7
9.0Critic Rating
8.1User Rating

SENTIENT, Part two!
The Fantastic Four contend with the new menace of Modulus!

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Dec 7, 2002

    Mike Wieringo is known more for his fantasy, light-hearted work, and while Mr. Waid does give him plenty of opportunity to ply his typical trade during the subplot, Wieringo surprisingly gives his all for the scientific horror aspect of the beast, continues to have Sue pour out believable expressions of pain and fear. Ben gets a rare scene of caring instead of clobbering, and Reed has one of the most odd Sergio Leone moments I've seen. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 30, 2002

    Mark Waid & Mike Wieringo continue to offer up the most engaging run on this title since John Byrne's classic stint, and this most recent arc offers up a wonderful new villain for the Fantastic Four, as the entity is allowed to come across as a highly dangerous threat, and there's a couple big league moments in this issue. From Johnny's explosive encounter with the entity, to the highly charged situation where we see Reed reduces Franklin to tears in his bid to get more information, this issue made for a great reading experience. This issue also continues to present the various personalities of the cast perfectly, as there's not a single moment in this issue where a character's reaction didn't feel absolutely dead on. From Reed's obsessive pursuit of answers, to Ben's rather simplistic approach, that has him charging into battle against a villain that nearly killed him during their last meeting, this issue is sure to delight fans of the team, and here's hoping it's also developing a ne Read Full Review

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