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Fantastic Four Marvels Snapshot #1

Fantastic Four Marvels Snapshot #1

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Evan Dorkin, More
(A) Benjamin Dewey
(CA) Alex Ross
Our tour through Marvel history continues, showcasing Marvel's greatest characters from the Golden Age to today, all through the eyes of ordinary people! This time, writers Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer (Beasts of Burden, Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, Superman: The Animated Series) and artist Benjamin Dewey (The Autumnlands, Beasts of Burden) tell the tale of the ten-year high-school reunion of the Fantastic Four's own Human Torch. His hometown of Glenville, Long Island is going wild, and we see it all through the eyes of the Torch's ex-girlfriend Dorrie Evans and reporter Marcia Hardesty - the preparations, the Torch's long history in town, the festivities and more. But there's a strange distance between Johnny Storm and his old schoolmates, one Dorrie knows all too well and Marcia is determined to get to the bottom of. Featuring ex-villains, strange souvenirs, a weenie roast on the beach and, of course, the hulking Inhuman hound known as Lockjaw! Don't miss the festivities! Rated T
Date Available: 03/25/2020
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


Another snippet vision of the Marvel Universe, this time focusing in on the life and times of Johnny Storm. And Evan Dorkin's story has an amazing amount of potential. It High School reunion time and Johnny's ex-girl friend from back in his Strange Tales comic days is being followed around by a camera crew doing a puff piece. Old friends and backup players show up in droves, even a couple of old villians! And throughout the interviews, the truth being told makes perfect sense. In fact, the interview with former villian, the Asbestos Man is stunningly on point. Where it loses out is the cliche ending. Plus there is a sort of bad vibe as Johnny Storm is brought back to his overbearing self-centered beginnings. After watching the character grow up before my eyes, it was a bit uneasy watching him playing up to the cameras and party masters. Dorkin's story proves that not everything is as hunky-dorey as the ending wants you to believe.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Evan Dorkin, More
(A) Benjamin Dewey
(CA) Alex Ross
Our tour through Marvel history continues, showcasing Marvel's greatest characters from the Golden Age to today, all through the eyes of ordinary people! This time, writers Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer (Beasts of Burden, Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, Superman: The Animated Series) and artist Benjamin Dewey (The Autumnlands, Beasts of Burden) tell the tale of the ten-year high-school reunion of the Fantastic Four's own Human Torch. His hometown of Glenville, Long Island is going wild, and we see it all through the eyes of the Torch's ex-girlfriend Dorrie Evans and reporter Marcia Hardesty - the preparations, the Torch's long history in town, the festivities and more. But there's a strange distance between Johnny Storm and his old schoolmates, one Dorrie knows all too well and Marcia is determined to get to the bottom of. Featuring ex-villains, strange souvenirs, a weenie roast on the beach and, of course, the hulking Inhuman hound known as Lockjaw! Don't miss the festivities! Rated T
Date Available: 03/25/2020
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


Another snippet vision of the Marvel Universe, this time focusing in on the life and times of Johnny Storm. And Evan Dorkin's story has an amazing amount of potential. It High School reunion time and Johnny's ex-girl friend from back in his Strange Tales comic days is being followed around by a camera crew doing a puff piece. Old friends and backup players show up in droves, even a couple of old villians! And throughout the interviews, the truth being told makes perfect sense. In fact, the interview with former villian, the Asbestos Man is stunningly on point. Where it loses out is the cliche ending. Plus there is a sort of bad vibe as Johnny Storm is brought back to his overbearing self-centered beginnings. After watching the character grow up before my eyes, it was a bit uneasy watching him playing up to the cameras and party masters. Dorkin's story proves that not everything is as hunky-dorey as the ending wants you to believe.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams


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