Fantastic Four (2014) #1 cover by Leonard Kirk

Fantastic Four (2014) #1

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"THE FALL OF THE FANTASTIC FOUR" PART 1 The world's greatest comics magazine begins anew with Marvel's First Family, the Fantastic Four! But as the brilliant MR. FANTASTIC, the compassionate INVISIBLE WOMAN, the ever lovin' THING & the hot-headed HUMAN TORCH embark on a strange mission, they aren't met with new beginnings, but an untimely end! As the family of cosmic explorers head towards their darkest hour, who could possibly be behind their downfall? And how is one of their oldest enemies, the sadistic dragon known as Fing-Fang-Foom involved? Prepare for the fantastic!
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  • Imprint: Marvel Universe
  • Rating: Rated T
  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 75960608044100111
  • FOC Date: Feb 12, 2014
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5 comments
Kowalachuck
Kowalachuck member

When do they normally release the digital comics for purchase?  I was hoping to have this bought and downloaded for my ride into work.

texpan19
texpan19

Didn't Johnny die and resurrect just like last year?  Having someone die again seems like a tired plot device...

HOTROD1988
HOTROD1988

How come they are re-starting from #1 again? Didn't they just do it from Marvel NOW! ?

Alice2D
Alice2D

Who might be trying to frame them U-Foes and take their place?! Love F4 to bits best superhero family ever!

nourez
nourez member

@texpan19  It's a comic.  Characters die and come back to life like it's a minor inconvenience at best.  To be honest, it's a lazy plot device used to lure in as much readership as possible, but in order to maintain interest in the series going forward, it's best to not kill the character that the comic is focused on.


For a comic death to mean something, it really should end the series.