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'FOREVER' Part One THIS IS IT! The 50th anniversary issue of the Fantastic Four! This month we begin the 5-part conclusion to the story that began over 30 issues ago. Joins us for the epic celebration of Marvel's First Family with 96 pages of all-new content written by Jonathan Hickman with art by Steve Epting, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Leinil Yu and Farel Dalrymple.

Note: The series ended with issue 588 and was replaced with a new comic named " FF" (or Future Foundation) for 11 issues before returning to the Fantastic Four title with issue 600.

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It hurts 0

This book was simply amazing. Not only has it gone back to the science fiction roots of FF but it is so well written, so well done I can't even think of words to describe it. Johnny is back, which if thats a spoiler to you you have to start coming of the mole men's caves more often. The book takes us to his side of the story to tell us what happened during all thats been going on. It will rock your world/worlds. This thing is a hefty 7 bucks and honestly, if they had charged more and I knew what...

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A Universe Away 0

Highly Recommended!I have A LOT of Fantastic Four catching up to do, but I did not have time to do it (just yet), so I thought I would jump in with this issue 600 and take it from there. I do plan on going back and reading 500-588, probably within the coming month.That said, I really thought this issue was well suited fro long time Fantastic Four fans and new readers alike. A warning to new readers - you will want to get a foundation on the Fantastic Four, their relationship to the Marvel Univer...

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Huge, awesome, worth every penny (or cent) 0

I managed to avoid spoilers for this issue and didn't even look for preview pages, and the wait was definitely worth it. 28 pages of Hickman & Epting and a truly awesome 48 pages of Hickman & Giandomenico combine for a science heavy, emotional, action-packed, trippy, quality journey that is well worth the money, even before the additional 3 short stories at the end. And those are NOT just filler material. With a story and comic as long as this one there is a danger that a writer will los...

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