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Fantastic Four: The New Fantastic Four (Fantastic Four)

3.26 of 5 stars 3.26  ·  rating details  ·  110 ratings  ·  9 reviews
In the aftermath of the civil war comes 'Reconstruction', the beginning of a new era of fantastic adventure. The team has been rocked to its foundations by the controversial events of the past few months, and now Reed and Sue have announced that they plan to take a few months off in order to work out their marital problems.
Hardcover, 168 pages
Published November 28th 2007 by Marvel
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This book captures all of what makes a great FF story: wild science, epic scale, family relationships, and guest stars galore. But part of what makes modern comics so maddening is that stories are no longer self-contained; that is, I have to follow three or four titles to get a complete story. In this case, this story follows on the heels of McDuffie's BEYOND! miniseries, yet nowhere is that indicated on the book. And that is not a slight to what McDuffie has written here, but just a business an ...more
Arno Callens
Dwayne McDuffie goes Jim Starlin with his half of the Fantastic Four/Black Panther-crossover. While I was severely disappointed in the team-up on Reginal Hudlin's end, I very much enjoyed McDuffie's irreverent cosmic adventure.

Take the team. While Hudlin had them running around like chickens with their heads cut off amidst bugs, Skrulls, and zombies, McDuffie uses all of them to their strengths, both superpower- and personality-wise. Whenever one of the team's out, another one steps in and does
Dmitry Yakovenko
Fantastic Four: The New Fantastic Four, Fantastic Four: The Beginning Of The End.

МакДаффи попал в самое пекло – ему нужно было не только завершить историю ФЧ во время Гражданской Войны, но и писать комикс про знаменитую команду героев, без самих героев. Рид и Сью решили покинуть команду на время, поэтому новыми членами ФЧ стали Чёрная Пантера и Шторм, которым довелось геройствовать на страницах серии всего один сюжетный арк, во время которого комикс носил гордое название "Новая Фантастическая Че
Dwayne McDuffie makes a noble effort to salvage the FF after the train wreck of marvel's big Civil War crossover story line. He does it mostly by ignoring as much of Civil War as he can, bringing back lots of old FF villains and reminding us that the FF are not about politics but about family, super powers and big, cool cosmic adventure.

I was not thrilled with the idea of the Black Panther and Storm joining the team, but having Reed and Sue needing a break to get their marriage back on track was

Was hoping that with Storm, and Black Panther being featured in this FF book that it would have been more exciting. For some reason the FF travels in space are so boring for me. Even the appearance of Galactus, and the Silver Surfer did not help.
Jerry Daniels
Aug 09, 2010 Jerry Daniels rated it 2 of 5 stars
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The Black Panther and wife Storm sub for Reed Richards and wife Sue who decide to take a break from the Fantastic Four and stress and strife created within the group from tension over the U.S.'s super hero registration act. The only thing the story serves, it seems, is to expand awareness of characters who readers might not know, depending on who you know best -- the Fantastic Four, Storm, the Black Panther, and even the Silver Surfer and Dr. Strange who show up in the story as well. Otherwise, ...more
Joseph Szabo
So close to, so close.
Reed and Sue take some time off, so Storm and tchalla join the Fantastic Four. They battle Galactus and the Frightful Four. A lot of fun with T'challa settling into his new role. A good read.
Shannon Appelcline
Generally a fun and nicely cosmic volume, though there's not a lot of depth to the stories, and the fighting gets a bit much on occasion.
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Dwayne McDuffie was an American writer of comic books and television. His notable works included creating the animated series Static Shock, writing and producing the animated series Justice League Unlimited, and co-founding the comic book company Milestone Media.

He co-hosted a radio comedy program, and also wrote under a pseudonym for stand-up comedians and late-night television comedy programs. W
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