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Jonathan Hickman and Dale Eaglesham's critically acclaimed run continues in the Prime Elements, a story that kicks off the new world-spanning adventures of the Fantastic Four. Featuring the return of the Mole Man, the architecture of the underworld, and the smartest Moloid you'll ever meet. Watch as the First Family journeys to the moon where they learn that the history of the Inhumans runs much deeper, and richer, than previously believed. Collecting FANTASTIC FOUR #575-578.

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A lttle boring, but necessary. 0

Good things.  In this volume, you get to read of alot of characters. Moloids, Moleman, Inhumans, A.I.M. agents...Ther are also fun parts, story development and guite great art.    Bad things.  This book has 4 stories, and they all are introductions of four cities. Plainly that. We get to know basic things about them.  That`s the plot of all those stories. Also, like in the last volume, we see that Johny Storm doesn`t care if something incredibly violent or gory and bloody happends right in front...

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Prime Elements 0

The Story: The Fantastic Four's adventures take them to four different cities. My Thoughts:Jonathan Hickman continues his run on Fantastic Four and while reading this story arc, you can get the feeling that seeds are being planted by Hickman. This book was only four issues, each of which feel like a one-shot because they all take the members of the Fantastic Four on different adventures. Four cities are revealed and explored and you're left with the feeling that somehow this all ties together. H...

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