FF #14

FF #14

Writer: Matt Fraction Artist: Michael Allred Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 27, 2013 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 7 User Reviews: 2
8.2Critic Rating
8.8User Rating

• It's the eve of the Future Foundation's war with Latveria and the FF are readying for battle!
•  But so is Doom the Immortal Conqueror -- and the Council of Dooms!
•  What's happening in Old John Storm's head? I mean, what's UP with that guy, anyway?•  Into the Doomed Universe! Imagine a place where the only five things left alive are the Fantastic Four... and Dr. Doom!
•  How can they save an entire galaxy used to fuel a power-mad Doom's cosmic empire?
•  And after the shocking end of last month's issue, can the first family hold it togethe more

  • 10
    Following The Nerd - Jake Tanner Nov 28, 2013

    Even though there are only a couple of issues left, READ FF! Go pick up back issues, pick up a trade, or download them on Comixology. However you decide to catch up, you'll be happy you did. While I wish it wasn't going away, I'm happy to have jumped on before the end because this book has absolutely everything that I love about comics in it. It's fun, heroic, action-packed, is filled to the brim with character development in every issue, has SPECTACULAR storytelling, and teaches values that I hope to pass on to my daughter as she grows up. To put it frankly, FF has it all! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Nov 27, 2013

    And one again, the visuals are the prime selling point of the series. Mike Allred doesn't necessarily break the usual mold of superhero page construction as much as he did in the previous couple chapters, but there's still a pervasive sense of energy and whimsy on every page. Sly visual gags like putting Fraction's face on a milk carton ad for missing children only serve to heighten the fun and enjoyment this book provides. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Geeked Out Nation - Ian Yoxon Nov 29, 2013

    Besides to few downsides to the comic it was a really good read. I recommend picking this along with every other issue of FF that came out this past year. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Nov 30, 2013

    We're building up to the epic conclusion of Matt Fraction's run on the Fantastic Four franchise. It feels especially short, but I've loved nearly every minute of Fraction's FF, and I'm definitely going to miss this adorable title. I'm not sure what's going to happen in the end, but this issue tightens up some of its loose ends and gives us a nicely straight forward build-up to the finale. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Tony 'G-Man' Guerrero Nov 27, 2013

    This issue has almost everything you could want. There's robots, cloning, moral lessons, nude bathing, humor and Doctor Doom. The only thing it's missing is high octane action but everything else makes up for it. Reading this issue is a crazy level of fun and sadness as we face the few remaining issues in the series. This is and will remain one of my favorite all time series. There's so much to enjoy and the story is heating up bigger than a disco inferno. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Population Go - Sam Hawkins Dec 16, 2013

    After a few issues in the wilderness, FF is firmly back on track. With a clearly defined direction once more, it's time for the team to take the fight to Doctor Doom, attempting to do what Reed Richards and the original Fantastic Four couldn't " take Doom down a notch or two. I have no idea how Scott Lang proposes to do this, but all I can say is that I'm terribly excited to see just what happens next. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Jim Johnson Nov 27, 2013

    A comic featuring an eclectic array of characters like Mrs. Watcher, She-Hulk, the Impossible Man's kid, and alternate versions of familiar heroes and villains can't help but be fun. The interplay between them is more than simple filler but can be enjoyed by anyone not familiar with the backstory, and its part in the overall story makes it work for those who are. "FF" #14 might not make sense to everybody, but it still manages to be amusing. Read Full Review

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