Fantastic Four #576 (1998)

Fantastic Four #576 (1998)

$4.50
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN
Pencilled by DALE EAGLESHAM
Cover by ALAN DAVIS

At the bottom of the world, there's a mystery buried deep beneath Vostok station. It's part two of the Prime Elements arc: The Old Kings of Atlantis.
Date Available: 02/24/2010
BONUS REVIEW by SHANE WALLACE

This has been my favorite Marvel title (ongoing, I do love Marvels Project) and every issue convinces me again and again. In this issue, writer Jonathon Hickman has delivered another great idea to add to the mythos of the Fantastic Four. By bringing actual science into this book, Hickman builds upon real ideas. For instance, in this issue, the first family explores Lake Vostok, a hidden lake buried beneath the thick ices of Antarctica. This lake is real, and real scientist have speculated for decades what they might find down there. A whole eco-system of unexplored life. It's like looking into a whole new world. Jonathon Hickman uses these real questions as a great starting point in this new story arch, "The Old Kings of Atlantis." And as always, Dale Eaglesham's art work is brilliant. Sue Storm has never looked hotter!
I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN
Pencilled by DALE EAGLESHAM
Cover by ALAN DAVIS

At the bottom of the world, there's a mystery buried deep beneath Vostok station. It's part two of the Prime Elements arc: The Old Kings of Atlantis.
Date Available: 02/24/2010
BONUS REVIEW by SHANE WALLACE

This has been my favorite Marvel title (ongoing, I do love Marvels Project) and every issue convinces me again and again. In this issue, writer Jonathon Hickman has delivered another great idea to add to the mythos of the Fantastic Four. By bringing actual science into this book, Hickman builds upon real ideas. For instance, in this issue, the first family explores Lake Vostok, a hidden lake buried beneath the thick ices of Antarctica. This lake is real, and real scientist have speculated for decades what they might find down there. A whole eco-system of unexplored life. It's like looking into a whole new world. Jonathon Hickman uses these real questions as a great starting point in this new story arch, "The Old Kings of Atlantis." And as always, Dale Eaglesham's art work is brilliant. Sue Storm has never looked hotter!
I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams
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