The The Death of the Family Richards During the Bloody Age of Ultron! or, "Everything's Going To Be Okay." wiki last edited by catfightfan on 06/25/14 10:40AM View full history

An AGE OF ULTRON tie-in! Will the rise of the artificial intelligence Ultron cause the premature end of the Fantastic Four's sojourn across time and space?

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WARNING: THIS SECTION WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS!

Invisible Woman (Sue Storm) puts Franklin to bed saying that everything will be okay, before getting summoned by Mr. Fantastic (Reed Richards).

Franklin then wakes up to a screaming Val who's watching a message from the Fantastic Four which says that something has gone catastrophically wrong.

The Fantastic Four return to Earth hearing that it's been attacked by Ultron after hearing from Black Pantherthat it's the end of the World. They arrive on Earth to find Medusa dead, and Sue is frantic about finding the children, but when they go deeper into the rubble they're attacked by Ultron's.

Franklin and Val continue listening to the message, with Human Torch (Johnny Storm) telling them that death isn't the end.

Johnny goes head first into the Ultron's in what Sue classes as suicide, whilst Thing (Ben Grim) helps smash a way out, but before being able to escape Johnny dies.

Franklin and Val continue to listen to the message this time with Ben telling them that he feels responsible for why Doctor Doom is evil having been a jerk to him when younger.

After escaping Ben sees Doom's cape and assumes he's behind it, but when the figure turns and removes Doom's mask it is revealed to be an Ultron who states that Doom fell, and attack Ben, killing him.

Franklin and Val continue listening to the tape and Reed tells them that cause he's a man of science he doesn't believe in hell, and that how does a father say goodbye to his children (all written on cards).

Reed tells Sue to run whilst containing many Ultron's, but although Sue escapes the Ultron's self destruct killing Reed. Sue is then found in the rubble by She-Hulk tells her that they've lost everything, which Sue disagrees with (whilst looking into the sky).

After the message is finished Val wonders why there wasn't one from their mum, Sue, to which Franklin replies that there was, where she said they'd see her again, and not to worry. The holographic device that showed the message then reverts back to Reed giving them their lesson with Val asking Franklin about what they'll do now.

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No...Just...NO! 0

last issue i said that matt Fraction was making a amends to his previous work, But he decided that it was time to prove me wrong, considering that this issue was just as terrible as the other age of Ultron issues.Anyways, i'll start of as always with the art, which wasn't really that great. It was ok and some of the pages were actually pretty nice, but some of the action sequences and the faces seemed mediocre to me at best.As for the story, as usual , everything is rushed and nothing makes sens...

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