Fantastic Four: Unstable Molecules #3

Writer: James Sturm Artist: Guy Davis Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 12, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 3
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Revisit the Fantastic Four's beginnings with a historian's eye!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 12, 2003

    This miniseries might not be grabbing much attention, and the suggestion that this book would be following the real life inspirations for the Fantastic Four, earned it the ire of readers who are still bearing a grudge when it came to the Sentry hoax. However, I have to say that this is far and away the most enjoyable miniseries I've come across in a good long while, as it has the largest hurdle to overcome when it comes to grabbing & holding my interest. I won't deny that I'm a sucker for the pointless slugfests, shocking revelations, battles to the death & I fall for the "things will never be the same" hook almost every time it's offered up. However, this is a miniseries that manages to hold my interest doing little more than introducing us to four characters whose lives are almost completely devoid of any real sense of excitement, and it speaks volumes about James Sturm's work that I find this material so riveting. This book deserves to be read, as it's high quality work that's offer Read Full Review

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