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Fantastic Four: Unstable Molecules is a four-issue comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics. The series imagines that the creators of the Fantastic Four were inspired by people encountered in their own lives during the late s and provides a backstory for those analogues. Fantastic Four has ratings and 20 reviews. Erik said: I had no idea that the Fantastic Four was based on real people (and if I had I would've thought. 20 Jul The Eisner Award-winning collection is in print! In , the first issue of FANTASTIC FOUR was drawn and written by the brilliant team of Jack Kirby and Stan Lee, and set a new standard for heroic adventure comics. Few people realize that the.
Featured Characters: Susan Sturm, Reed Richards, Johnny Sturm, Ben Grimm Supporting Characters: Dorrie Evans. Back to title selection: Comics F: Fantastic Four: Unstable Molecules Vol 1 Back to title selection: Comics F: Fantastic Four: Unstable Molecules Vol 1. 21 Sep This week on Off the Cape, I have a book that pretty much perfectly fits what I'm looking to do with this column: provide recommendations of comics that aren't superhero comics to people who typically read superhero comics. Why is that? This week I have a Fantastic Four comic from Marvel that isn't at all.
FANTASTIC FOUR: UNSTABLE MOLECULES how in the world to describe this story? First off, it's great - maybe the best FF story written in the last 15 years. However, you won't see the FF in costume, or even exhibiting their super-powers. Why? Simple - they don't have any! Writer James Sturm conceived this series on . This series re-imagines the Fantastic Four as normal people in the early 's who merely inspire some young comic book writers to create their superheroic versions. This acclaimed series was written by acclaimed and award winning indie creator James Sturm (The Golem's Mighty Swing) and was illustrated by Guy. 25 Feb In 'Unstable Molecules', the group that started it all back in the early s, 'The Fantastic Four', is reinvented for a new century. The question is if that's necessarily a good thing.