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Fantastic Four by John Byrne Omnibus, Vol. 2
Title : Fantastic Four by John Byrne Omnibus, Vol. 2
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ISBN : 9780785185437
Language : English
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 1224

Superstar John Byrne's legendary run concludes! Relive one of the most innovative periods in FF history, as the sensational She-Hulk replaces the Thing, Sue Richards becomes the Invisible Woman, and Mr. Fantastic is tried for crimes against the universe! Plus: Doctor Doom returns! The fate of Reed and Sue's unborn child! The resurrection of Jean Grey! And much more, as theSuperstar John Byrne's legendary run concludes! Relive one of the most innovative periods in FF history, as the sensational She-Hulk replaces the Thing, Sue Richards becomes the Invisible Woman, and Mr. Fantastic is tried for crimes against the universe! Plus: Doctor Doom returns! The fate of Reed and Sue's unborn child! The resurrection of Jean Grey! And much more, as the FF confront deadly foes including the Mole Man, Doctor Octopus, Terminus, and Annihilus! Plus: the unfinished Last Galactus Story, collected for the very first time! COLLECTING: Fantastic Four (1961) 261-295 and Annual 18-19, Alpha Flight (1983) 4,


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Fantastic Four by John Byrne Omnibus, Vol. 2 Reviews

  • Scott

    Collecting the second half of John Byrne's five-year run on the world's greatest comic magazine. Some say it's the inferior half, and I suppose that's somewhat true. By this point, Byrne was writing and drawing two monthly books for Marvel, and writing another. The workload does seem to have taken its toll to some degree. After the first several issues in this volume, the art begins to look looser and less finished. Inking duties eventually get handed over to others. The art is still quite good, [...]

  • Will Cooper

    Oh yeeeeeeeeah.

  • Retriitikko

    John Byrne's Fantastic Four run took a whole new turn when the Thing decided to stay on the planet where the Secret Wars took place, and he was replaced by an avenger, She-Hulk. This second volume features very little Thing and quite a lot of She-Hulk, which in my opinion is good. She-Hulk is a nice change of pace to the Thing and his reckless bashing, and I think it was a good choice from Byrne.Speaking of events like Secret Wars, there's a lot of 'em in this book. Both Secret Wars happened in [...]

  • Tankboy

    Byrne pushed the group in new directions, but the second half of his run was marred by Secret Wars I and II, and uneven storytelling that spiraled out of stunt events. Still, forward thinking stuff for its time when not beset by outside forces.