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Embrace the Future with Ultimate FF #1

Witness the world's greatest minds band together in these preview pages by Mario Guevara

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This week, witness the birth of a new team of super geniuses the likes of which the Ultimate Universe has never seen in ULTIMATE FF #1, a mind-bending new series from writer Joshua Hale Fialkov and artist Mario Guevara!

Though they survived the cataclysm, the Earth lay in ruins. And though Galactus and his Gah Lak Tus swarm was defeated, the Ultimate Universe is breaking apart, and fast. The world’s greatest minds, Sue Storm, Tony Stark, Sam Wilson and Machine Man, must band together to solve problems too big to tackle alone.

As the new and improved Future Foundation, they are all that stands between us and cosmic level threats that would see the entire universe extinguished.

But world ending threats are not their only problem! An old foe has returned…and he’s joining their team?! Doctor Doom has resurfaced, and he is their only hope to stop the oncoming destruction! But what is Doom’s true agenda? And will the FF uncover it before it’s too late?

Don’t miss the first outing of a new team for a new era. The stakes have never been higher this week in ULTIMATE FF #1!

      ULTIMATE FF #1 (FEB140778)
      Written by JOSHUA HALE FIALKOV
      Art by MARIO GUEVARA
      Cover by MIKE MCKONE
      Variant Cover by GIUSEPPE QUATTROCCHI (FEB140779)
      FOC –03/24/14 On-Sale - 04/16/14

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      3 comments
      PasinThrew
      PasinThrew

      I have to know... What is the Ultimate universe???

      AdwePL
      AdwePL

      Awesome! Ultimate Universe is the best!

      tempos
      tempos member

      an FF team without the thing or johnny storm, but you use machine man and freaking FALCON (ah falcon, ever the fluff character) instead? i don't know what marvel's on lately but it must be giving them some baaad trips, seriously just put bendis on this one, he could pull better stuff out of his @$$ than this