Fantastic Four #579 (1998)

Fantastic Four #579 (1998)

$9.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN
Penciled by NEIL EDWARDS
Cover by ALAN DAVIS
Heroic Age Variant by GEOF DARROW
THE HEROIC AGE IS HERE! Faced with the death of imagination and growing pandemic of tomorrow fear, Reed Richards takes the future of discovery into his own hands. Think the world is a bad place, everything is going to hell, and the end times are surely around the corner? Try reading the World's Greatest Comic Magazine.
Date Available: 05/26/2010
BONUS REVIEW by John Robinson


Everyone I talked to raves about how great Jonathan Hickman is on the FF, even people with good taste are telling me this. Man, I just don't get it. I consider Byrnes run on the FF a great run, I even dug Simonsons brief stint, loved it when Perez drew it in the 70's, and enjoyed Carlos Pacheco's run when they restarted the FF. Loved Mark Waids run up to #500, those were fun FF comics. But this, his is just tiresome. Every story seems to focus on Reed (zzzz) and each story tries to be more epic than the previous, usually with some grand idea trying to be wrapped up quickly in the last 2 pages. It's just tiresome, clearly I'm in the minority here - I just don't see what everyone is so excited about.
Yawn, you can easily skip this issue.


I give it 4 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN
Penciled by NEIL EDWARDS
Cover by ALAN DAVIS
Heroic Age Variant by GEOF DARROW
THE HEROIC AGE IS HERE! Faced with the death of imagination and growing pandemic of tomorrow fear, Reed Richards takes the future of discovery into his own hands. Think the world is a bad place, everything is going to hell, and the end times are surely around the corner? Try reading the World's Greatest Comic Magazine.
Date Available: 05/26/2010
BONUS REVIEW by John Robinson


Everyone I talked to raves about how great Jonathan Hickman is on the FF, even people with good taste are telling me this. Man, I just don't get it. I consider Byrnes run on the FF a great run, I even dug Simonsons brief stint, loved it when Perez drew it in the 70's, and enjoyed Carlos Pacheco's run when they restarted the FF. Loved Mark Waids run up to #500, those were fun FF comics. But this, his is just tiresome. Every story seems to focus on Reed (zzzz) and each story tries to be more epic than the previous, usually with some grand idea trying to be wrapped up quickly in the last 2 pages. It's just tiresome, clearly I'm in the minority here - I just don't see what everyone is so excited about.
Yawn, you can easily skip this issue.


I give it 4 out of 10 Grahams


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