Fantastic Four: Unstable Molecules #4

Writer: James Sturm Artist: Guy Davis, R. Sikoryak Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 6, 2003

    This issue centers around Ben's "real life" counterpart, and while Sue's chapter was far and away the most impressive character study, this final issue stands up as the most entertaining issue of this miniseries, as not only do all four characters finally gather together in a single location, but the tinderbox situation that results from a momentary indiscretion results in a delightfully charged atmosphere. Now part of me is a bit disappointed that this miniseries ended the way it did, as right when we get to a truly interesting point in the relationships between these four characters, the book ends. However, in the span of these four issues James Sturm has managed to create a highly engaging cast that are cleverly linked to the Fantastic Four, and with the help of Guy Davis & his ideally suited art style, I have to say this miniseries holds up as my favorite miniseries of the year (though if the "Avengers/JLA" event arrives before the year's end, I doubt it'll be able to hold on to th Read Full Review

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