Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four

Vol. 2, Road Trip

Graphic Novel - 2013
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"Reed Richards hunts for a cure to his molecular degeneration before it kills him and everyone he loves! Racing against time, he leads his family into the past on an adventure into the timestream as he searches for answers. They encounter an alien world where a thousand-year-old prophecy declares the Invisible Woman the world's long-awaited intergalactic messiah. Then, the F4 travel back to ancient Rome and dine with Caesar on the Ides of March before venturing to the literal dawn of time to witness the Big Bang. Once they've seen how everything begins, they see how it ends at the Big Crunch! Beyond even the limits of infinite time and space can Reed find the cure?" -- page 4 of cover.


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Mark_Daly Mar 21, 2016

A disappointment after the first Fraction volume. The writing and art just didn't appeal to me. My favorite chapter was a spooky bonus issue that tied in to the Age of Ultron crossover event.

Sep 01, 2014

Second volume of the Fraction run on the Fantastic Four, this has the team jaunting through time and space, while Mr. Fantastic is busy keeping secrets and trying to find a cure for growing degradation for himself. The Julius Caesar story is particularly off beat. The art by Bagley is outstanding.

Mar 11, 2014

Not as good as the first volume, but given that the story was interrupted in the middle by the lackluster Age of Ultron event I can't place the blame on the writers. The Caesar plot was fun, and explicitly leaves the door open for future involvement of this mysterious character; the Blastaar one wasn't great and it was very reminiscent of DC's The return of Bruce Wayne, complete with the end of the universe observers.

Dec 16, 2013

Not as good as the first volume. I find Matt Fraction works well with some characters and not so well with others. This volume of his Fantastic Four run shows, in my opinion, why a new creative team will be coming soon. Sad to say, but that's the truth according to me!


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