Civil War: Fantastic Four

Civil War: Fantastic Four

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Collects Fantastic Four (1963) #538-543. One member of the Fantastic Four lies hospitalized, a casualty of the Civil War that has fragmented the superhuman community! Another member of the team is secretly helping the opposition. It had to happen: Amid the tumult and tensions, the Fantastic Four break up! Who will toe the line, who will join the resistance, and who will leave the battlefield altogether? Is this the end for Marvel's First Family?

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ISBN-13: 9781302428501
Publisher: Marvel
Publication date: 05/28/2015
Series: Civil War: Fantastic Four , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,018,636
File size: 83 MB
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Civil War: Fantastic Four 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
schatzi on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This trade was a little uneven, mainly because the Fantastic Four splits during the Civil War and mostly go their separate ways. There are some things that could, and probably should, have been addressed here but weren't, most importantly Johnny's recuperation from his stint in the hospital (he spent the first issue in a coma in the hospital, and the next time he shows up he's walking around fine as can be). Obviously, this is a crossover with the Marvel Civil War event, but this actually does add a little bit to the story. In the main event, while the pro-registration forces are transporting "criminals," missiles appear out of nowhere and are obviously not from the anti-registration superheroes. Those missiles are explained here. Also, it's made clear here that Tony overhears Peter's conversation with Reed about Reed's uncle, which does explain why Tony is suspicious of Peter's motives after that point. So, while the information isn't essential, it does add a little depth to the overall Civil War arc, which really can't be said for many of the other tie-in books.Unfortunately, the 45th anniversary of the Fantastic Four fell in during the Civil War event, so it was largely glossed over, with a mediocre recap of their origins (which nearly everyone reading this book already knows) marking it. There's a story penned by Stan Lee, however, that is pretty funny. And the art is good; I particularly liked Ben's facial expressions. It's not easy getting a "pile of rocks" to emote.
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