Space Adventures! (Fantastic Four #15 Comic Review)

Credits:

Writer- Dan Slott

Artists- Paco Medina with Bob Quinn

Color Artist- Jesus Aburtov

Letterer- VC’s Joe Caramagna

Cover Artists- Nick Bradshaw and John Rauch

Variant Cover Artist- Valerio Schiti and Richard Isanove; J. Scott Campbell and Sabine Rich

Into:

In the last issue Reed and Johnny rebuilt the rocket the team used when they got their powers.  They convinced everyone that it was finally time to complete that first mission.

Thoughts:

The thing I have been waiting for is finally here.  We finally get to see the Fantastic Four on a space adventure.  Most of this issue focuses on the world building of the planet the team is going to visit.  A planet that has some similarities with earth.  In which it has a team of super powered people who protect everyone else.  We spend some time watching them do their thing before the Fantastic Four arrive.

The biggest problem are going to start with is the fact that they’ve been separated.  Which I think will help us as the audience.  We’re going to be seeing different parts of this new world by following each of the characters.  Which mean that we’ll hopefully figure out all of the secrets.

Other than meeting the heroes of this new world, the Unparalleled, there isn’t much going on in this issue.  Since the world building is going so slowly I hope that means we’re going to spend a few issues working out the story.  My biggest complaint with this series so far is that we haven’t spent much time on the stories.  So, they start really strong, but don’t end nearly as well.  I’m hoping that this story will be nice and developed.

 

 

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Sarah Bieniek

Sarah Bieniek

I live in the desert and spend a lot of time reading comics and any science fiction I can get my hands on.
Summary
This issue is alright. It’s mostly world building, which isn’t always exciting. Hopefully though the next issue will be more exciting now that the ground work is all laid out. The art is still really great though.
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I live in the desert and spend a lot of time reading comics and any science fiction I can get my hands on.

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