Fantastic Four (1998) #588

Fantastic Four (1998) #588

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THREE PART 6 Following the death of Johnny Storm, see how the remaining members of the Fantastic Four, the extended family, other heroes, and prominent villains react to the loss of this legendary hero.
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  • Imprint: Marvel Universe
  • Rating: T
  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 5960604456-58811
  • FOC Date: Feb 12, 2011
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pete
pete moderator

@cyclonedc The first section of the story is "silent".

cyclonedc
cyclonedc member

It appears that the comment bubbles are missing.  Is this how the comic was supposed to be?  I noticed at the end of the comic between Spider man and Franklin there wasn't an issue.

gazsam0
gazsam0

What a let down 588 was the most stupid decision of all time killing one of the ff exasperated by the fact that your month of mourning issue did not involve one word from any superhero whatsoever and a few drawings of sad faces was meant to show how much one of the founding members of the marvel universe was being missed.I have every issue from number 1 to 588 including every variant cover and every mini series but you can count me out as a reader of ff1 jonathan hickman thanks but no thanks

hjr8581
hjr8581

Never thought I would see The Human Torch killed off. I didn't read any previous issues, but when I heard that one of them would be killed I automatically thought it would be Reed. Would be interesting to see how the team goes on without his leadership and brilliant mind. You will be missed dude.

RavinRay
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Quite simply, the most emotional comic book I have ever read. I didn't have a dry eye reading through it, and the sadness was palpable. Johnny had a very worthy send-off, and Spider-Man enkindles a spirit of hope in the future in Franklin. Goodbye Johnny, and goodbye Fantastic Four.