Fantastic Four #554 (1998) sudam store exclusive variant

Fantastic Four #554 (1998) sudam store exclusive variant

$6.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written By Mark Millar Pencils By Bryan Hitch
EXCLUSIVE COVER from MEGACON 2008!
MARK MILLAR! BRYAN HITCH! Need we say more? All right, we will! Who is Mrs. Fantastic? And how will her return into Reed's life rock comicdom's First Family? Also, get ready to meet the Invisible Woman's brand NEW super-team! This issue kicks off a year-long storyline that will make FANTASTIC FOUR âThe World's ULTIMATEST Comic Magazine!? Promise!

"So, Fantastic Four #554. The first issue by the much-anticipated team of Mark Millar (SUPERMAN ADVENTURES) and Bryan Hitch (MYSTECH WARS). It’s the book everyone’s been waiting for that doesn’t star Captain America or a Skrull (probably). How’d it turn out? It turned out AWESOME. Packed fat with story and concepts, this thing feels like the anti-Ultimates. As much as Ultimates plotted for the trade and spun a five year story, this comic seems committed to reminding everyone that the Fantastic Four was a comic book long before it was a series of trade paperbacks. Well-drawn, well-written and brimming with fun, this is a title for old and new fans alike. Highly recommended."

THIS BOOK GETS 10 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written By Mark Millar Pencils By Bryan Hitch
EXCLUSIVE COVER from MEGACON 2008!
MARK MILLAR! BRYAN HITCH! Need we say more? All right, we will! Who is Mrs. Fantastic? And how will her return into Reed's life rock comicdom's First Family? Also, get ready to meet the Invisible Woman's brand NEW super-team! This issue kicks off a year-long storyline that will make FANTASTIC FOUR âThe World's ULTIMATEST Comic Magazine!? Promise!

"So, Fantastic Four #554. The first issue by the much-anticipated team of Mark Millar (SUPERMAN ADVENTURES) and Bryan Hitch (MYSTECH WARS). It’s the book everyone’s been waiting for that doesn’t star Captain America or a Skrull (probably). How’d it turn out? It turned out AWESOME. Packed fat with story and concepts, this thing feels like the anti-Ultimates. As much as Ultimates plotted for the trade and spun a five year story, this comic seems committed to reminding everyone that the Fantastic Four was a comic book long before it was a series of trade paperbacks. Well-drawn, well-written and brimming with fun, this is a title for old and new fans alike. Highly recommended."

THIS BOOK GETS 10 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

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