Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four, Vol. 8

Pony up, True Believer, the amazing eighth manic Masterworks featuring the First Family of Funnybooks is coming your way Collecting an ironclad cadre of consecrated classics, this ones packed with drama than you can shake a Skrull at Lets break it down the Silver Surfer pursued by none other than the world devouring Galactus the FF vs Spidey, DD and Thor in a barPony up, True Believer, the amazing eighth manic Masterworks featuring the First Family of Funnybooks is coming your way Collecting an ironclad cadre of consecrated classics, this ones packed with drama than you can shake a Skrull at Lets break it down the Silver Surfer pursued by none other than the world devouring Galactus the FF vs Spidey, DD and Thor in a barnstorming brouhaha a fantastic voyage into the Microverse to battle the Psycho Man the Thingcured the first appearance of Annihilus Crystal, the Inhuman, joins the FF, and one of comics most historic moments, the birth of Franklin Richards, it just doesn t stop This ones a humdinger so chock full of excitement its ready to burst And its all brought to you by no less than the minds that made Marvel magnificent, Stan and Jack Nuff Said Collects The Fantastic Four 72 81, Annual 6
Marvel Masterworks The Fantastic Four Vol Pony up True Believer the amazing eighth manic Masterworks featuring the First Family of Funnybooks is coming your way Collecting an ironclad cadre of consecrated classics this ones packed with dra

  • Title: Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four, Vol. 8
  • Author: Stan Lee Jack Kirby
  • ISBN: 9780785116943
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four, Vol. 8”

    1. **Buddy Read with the Shallow Comic Readers Group -- theme for the 4th week: The Fantastic Four!!***Over the past year, I've been reading Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four (and a few Avengers). I'm up to volume 8, which collect The Fantastic Four #s 72-81 plus Annual #6. We're still with the Stan Lee/Jack Kirby powerhouse on the creative team here.Compared to the volume before, this was a bit, well, meh. It's not as though Lee/Kirby ran out of steam, but some of the ideas just weren't that [...]

    2. When I was a kid, I would read reprints of the original X-Men comics when I could get my hands on them. I enjoyed them a great deal, but I always felt that I was getting a look into just a small window of the early Marvel Universe. I wondered what I was missing, but didn’t have any way of getting my grubby little hands on anything other than the odd comic here and there.In recent years, thanks to the glories of the internet (and Marvel Unlimited), all of the Silver Age Marvel titles are just a [...]

    3. Overall, this is the weakest set of Fantastic Four issues yet. Annual #6 is the only stand out issue. Annual #6 has the debut of Annihilus (who starts off kinda generic but has amazing design), some amazing space artwork, and some great monster design. But it also strands all the women in the maternity ward while the Fantastic Three go to the Negative Zone. The rest of the issues are mostly misses. 72 is a pointless Silver Surfer story, 73 is an even more pointless crossover with Thor, Spiderman [...]

    4. Fun times, man, even if a few of the plots are a bit hinky. Great Kirby artwork, melodramatically glib Lee scripts. With Sue pregnant and sidelined, this book features more a Fantastic Three, but there is a silver lining in her diminished role: far less misogynist treatment of the Invisible Woman.

    5. The Marvel Masterworks volumes are fantastic reprints of the early years of Marvel comics. A fantastic resource to allow these hard to find issues to be read by everyone. Very recommended to everyone and Highly recommended to any comic fan.

    6. This volume contains reprints of issues 72 to 82 and the sixth annual, which features the birth of Franklin Richards! The Silver Surfer guest stars as Galactus returns, amongst some other superheroes, in this pretty standard collection of FF fun.

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