Fantastic Four: Full Circle OGN
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Fantastic Four: Full Circle OGN

Writer: Alex Ross Artist: Alex Ross Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: September 7, 2022 Cover Price: $24.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 19
9.8Critic Rating
7.4User Rating

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It's a rainy night in Manhattan and not a creature is stirring except for... Ben Grimm. When an intruder suddenly appears inside the Baxter Building, the Fantastic Four-Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards), the Invisible Woman (Susan Storm Richards), the Human Torch (Johnny Storm), and the Thing (Ben Grimm)-find themselves surrounded by a swarm of invading parasites. These carrion creatures composed of Negative Energy come to Earth using a human host as a delivery system. But for what purpose? And who is behind this untimely invasion? The Fantastic Four have no choice but to journey into the Negative Zone, an alien universe composed entirely of a more

  • 10
    AIPT - Rory Wilding Sep 6, 2022

    Alex Ross uses today's tools to tell his own version of a classic Fantastic Four story. Full Circle is an essential read for those who are fans of the artist, as well as Marvel's First Family. Read Full Review

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    But Why Tho? - Collier "CJ" Jennings Sep 6, 2022

    Fantastic Four: Full Circledelivers a visually stunning story of Marvel's First Family, as Alex Ross flexes a new set of storytelling muscles...this is a comic crafted with love for the characters it involves and a platform for the creators to push the boundaries of a superhero universe. Read Full Review

  • 10
    COMICON - Olly MacNamee Sep 12, 2022

    'Fantastic Four: Full Circle' sees the team journey into the Negative Zone and enter a realm of cosmic proportions. Storyteller and artist Alex Ross stuns with a story that evokes classic FF, as told by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, as well as integrates elements of old school comic colouring and Pop Art too. A cosmic odyssey through some of the Fantastic Four's greatest moments, this one is not to miss! Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    Comic Watch - J.A. Fludd Sep 7, 2022

    It took forty years to happen, but there is at last a graphic novel based on The Worlds Greatest Comic Magazine! And more, it is a breathtaking work of one of the greatest artists working in comics. Alex Ross channels the style of Jack Kirby as he did in the Marvels Miniseries, while working in a style unlike any other comic book project, and it is the visual treat of 2022. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Hailey Sep 9, 2022

    This is a classic comic made with modern tools and the heart of Alex Ross. Just a masterpiece.

  • 10
    Kalaoui Sep 9, 2022

    This is absolutely FANTASTIC! I feel like Stan Lee and Jack Kirby did it. Absolutely the best looking graphic novel this year so far. Alex Ross changes his style and especially his coloring style yet again and he deserves all the praises he's getting. If you enjoy the original FF from the 60s (and who doesn't), this is a no brainer.

  • 8.5
    daspidaboy Sep 7, 2022

    fantastic graphic novel. probably one of the best graphic novels in Marvel. definitely read this if you have time

  • 8.0
    Megobari Sep 14, 2022

    Alex Ross is insane with his art once again, there were a lot of beatiful pages. Yeah, this story wasn't new and was very basic and simple, but I still think that this novel managed to give us a very beautiful story.

  • 7.5
    Amazing Psycamorean Sep 18, 2022

    I managed to snag the slipcase edition to support everyone's favorite monopolistic distributor, Diamond!

    I think when it comes to this original graphic novel, the draw here is the art. There's no reason to be coy about it: It is fantastic. Alex Ross' typical style is great and all, but it can sometimes become rote as his cover work becomes more and more prolific. I never want to be the guy that looks at a piece by Alex Ross and doesn't react, but that has become a reality. Thankfully, Ross is entering an experimental phase. The art in this book maintains his realistic edge, while upping the coloring, the pulp and the pop. I fucking love it. It makes even the most standard pages look exciting, dramatic and dynamic. It just works. more

  • 7.5
    superstan52 Sep 7, 2022

    Great art, mediocre writing, unoriginal story

  • 7.0
    Simon DelMonte Sep 18, 2022

    Read it for free on Hoopla, and I would say that it might be work getting from the library to see the art full sized, but that it's not worth $25. The art is amazing. The story is...well, is there anything here we haven't seen before? To be fair, since Waid's run ended, that is kind of where the FF has been. Oh, lots of character development with the kids being older and Ben and Alicia, but the stories hit the same beats over and over. And Ross just hits those beats too. At least he's improved as a writer and gets three of the Four's voices right. (His Sue leaves a lot to be desired). But overall, it's just a nice little story, fun and entertaining but not special.

  • 6.5
    Ultimate Goblin Sep 12, 2022

    Actually, I really love Alex Ross. I thought this can't be anything except a perfect 10. But... I'm dissapointed in a way. First of all, Alex's writing isn't that interesting, as well as this story itself. It's not a necessary sequel to the Fantastic Four #51. After so many years it feels like the Amazing Fantasy #1000 where we saw that Egypt story. Yeah, why not, but it wasn't really required.

    To be honest, this comic is much longer, than it should be. The middle part is astounding and spectacular in terms of art, but it feels pointless for the story. And the price is OMFG 25 bucks. It really doesn't worth it, just an opinion of mine, you can think like you want to, but I really think it's too much for this. It doesn't feel like more

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    RMD Sep 13, 2022

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    Lock Sep 7, 2022

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    Prodigalson16 Sep 6, 2022

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    Bruno Mael Sep 7, 2022

  • 6.5
    batman_forever Sep 22, 2022

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    BSantos Sep 10, 2022

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    Pachecarlos Sep 7, 2022

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    JJJohnC Sep 9, 2022

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