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Fantastic Four, Tome 1 : Vive les Fantastiques !

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91 pages
Published 1999 by Marvel France
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Aug 18, 2015 Anthony rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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In my FF: Heroes Reborn review, I criticised the book for being boring. This is what came directly after it, the relaunch/return to the classic 616 universe but for new stories. And once again, it's kinda boring.

Because relaunches happen so often now, nearly yearly for some titles, I'm more conditioned to the hype behind the new number 1 and the slow burn of modern stories. So when Lobdell and Davis give me 48 pages for their first issue and PACK IT, it seems like a bit much.

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The Fantastic Four finally return to their reality to find that they can no longer use the Baxter building. Along the way they fight Terminus, and some monkeys. This volume contains 4 quick stories, obviously designed to bring new readers in. A decent start to this new era.
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Scott Lobdell (born 1963) is an American comic book writer.

He is mostly known for his work throughout the 1990s on Marvel Comics' X-Men-related titles specifically Uncanny X-Men, the main title itself, and the spin-off series that he conceived with artist Chris Bachalo, Generation X. Generation X focused on a number of young mutant students who attempted to become superheroes in their own right at
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