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Marvel Knights 4, Volume 5: The Resurrection of Nicholas Scratch (Marvel Knights 4 #5)

3.44 of 5 stars 3.44  ·  rating details  ·  32 ratings  ·  5 reviews
There is an order to everything. A balance to the world and the nether-realms beneath the world. And now that balance is being tipped, as dark forces gather like a storm. The occult mutants known as Salem's Seven are once more banding together. But this time, it's to bring their father, the nefarious Nicholas Scratch, back to life. If they should somehow succeed... pray fo ...more
Paperback, Marvel Knights, 144 pages
Published September 6th 2006 by Marvel Comics
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I thought Roberto Aguire-Sacasa did a lot of interesting things on this title and this trade wraps up the series. Here, he has the Fantastic Four battle a host of magical villains and I really enjoyed the tale but is was wrapped up much too quickly. Maybe that was due to the book ending but the outcome was too easy to come by. The other one shots in the book cleaned up other storylines for Civil War and other stories. The most fulfilling part of this collection was one in which Reed and Sue had ...more
Nov 01, 2014 Timo rated it 5 of 5 stars
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Aguirre-Sacasa really put his heart in these last stories in the Marvel Knights 4-series. Best ones there were in the series too short run.
Good stuff.
I was somewhat underwhelmed by this collection of Fantastic Four stories.
Three issues included here deal with the "Nicholas Scratch" story line, while the rest are stand-alone tales. The Scratch arc was okay, but never really grabbed me. I am usually not a fan of Aguirre-Sacasa's writing, as I think he tries too hard to emphasize drama and weighty themes, at the expense of humor and action. But the exception to that rule is the excellent story here showing Reed and Sue dealing with personal, hu
Shannon Appelcline
A great volume, with non-linear plotting and interesting character studies. Definitely more than your average four-color book.
Namor was the best part. But this was a really interesting story. I quite enjoyed it.
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