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Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
« Risposta #135 il: 21 Giugno 2019, 09:01:43 »


  • FANTASTIC FOUR #14
    DAN SLOTT (W) • PACO MEDINA (A) • Cover by MIKE DEODATO JR.
    IMMORTAL WRAPAROUND VARIANT COVER A BY MIKE MCKONE
    IMMORTAL WRAPAROUND VARIANT COVER B BY INHYUK LEE
    IMMORTAL WRAPAROUND VARIANT COVER C BY TBA
    IMMORTAL WRAPAROUND VARIANT COVER D BY TBA
    IMMORTAL WRAPAROUND VARIANT COVER E BY TBA
    POINT OF ORIGIN begins!
    One of Reed Richards’ biggest regrets leads to a voyage to the one place in the universe the Fantastic Four have never been.
    A bold new chapter into the heart (and the start) of the Marvel Universe... and it all begins here! Don’t you dare miss this one!
    32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #136 il: 25 Luglio 2019, 03:53:39 »


  • FANTASTIC FOUR #15
    DAN SLOTT (W) • PACO MEDINA (A) • COVER BY NICK BRADSHAW
    Mary Jane Variant Cover by J. SCOTT CAMPBELL
    “Point of Origin” Part 2
    Everyone knows the story of the brave souls who were bombarded by cosmic rays and transformed into superhuman beings, how they became their world’s first line of defense against all alien threats. They are The Unparalleled! Seven super heroes who now must fulfill their destiny by defeating the fearsome, foretold forces of The Fantastic Four! Wait. What?!
    32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #137 il: 02 Agosto 2019, 08:18:06 »
  • Fantastic Four #12 (Published by Marvel Comics; Review by Kat Calamia; ‘Rama Rating: 9 out of 10):

    During Alicia and Thing’s wedding the team went up against their biggest powerhouse villain, Galactus. What dangers await the couple as they finally go on their honeymoon? It’s Immortal Hulk versus the Thing, as the Puppet Master takes control of the damaged hero. Fantastic Four #12 is sprinkled with some great Alicia and Ben moments as Alicia even goes on one knee to proclaim her love for him, but it’s also a great action-packed issue as Ben delivers some fun snarky remarks to Marvel’s famous heavy hitter. Sean Izaakse aces both the action and emotional moments perfectly. If you thought this issue was already jammed packed, it also has time to squeeze in a back-up story with the creative team of next week’s Future Foundation , which is a must read for any Power Pack fan. Jeremy Whitely deals with the consequences of Julie and Karolina’s breakup from Rainbow Rowell’s Runaways . Overall, Fantastic Four #12 shows that the franchise has a very promising future.
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #138 il: 02 Agosto 2019, 11:29:59 »
  • Fantastic Four #12 (Published by Marvel Comics; Review by Kat Calamia; ‘Rama Rating: 9 out of 10):

    During Alicia and Thing’s wedding the team went up against their biggest powerhouse villain, Galactus. What dangers await the couple as they finally go on their honeymoon? It’s Immortal Hulk versus the Thing, as the Puppet Master takes control of the damaged hero. Fantastic Four #12 is sprinkled with some great Alicia and Ben moments as Alicia even goes on one knee to proclaim her love for him, but it’s also a great action-packed issue as Ben delivers some fun snarky remarks to Marvel’s famous heavy hitter. Sean Izaakse aces both the action and emotional moments perfectly. If you thought this issue was already jammed packed, it also has time to squeeze in a back-up story with the creative team of next week’s Future Foundation , which is a must read for any Power Pack fan. Jeremy Whitely deals with the consequences of Julie and Karolina’s breakup from Rainbow Rowell’s Runaways . Overall, Fantastic Four #12 shows that the franchise has a very promising future.

    L'ho letto, e la storia è gradevole.
    Onestamente non darei come voto 9 su 10, quanto 7 su 10. E questo anche se sono, da sempre, un fan della coppia Ben-Alicia (quanto fastidio ho avuto quando Byrne sciolse la coppia e fece fare ad Alicia le corna a Ben con Johnny. Meno male che poi De Falco rimise tutto a posto inventando la Skrull Lyja).
    Ed a proposito di Lyja...mi ha divertito lo scambio di battute tra Johnny e Ben di questo numero, quando salutano gli sposini che partono per il viaggio di nozze (
    Spoiler  :
    Johnny:"Non fare niente che io non farei!" Ben: "Tipo? Sposare una Skrull"?   :lol: 
    )   

    Buoni anche i disegni di Sean Izaakse.
    Una boccata di ossigeno dopo Medina e Kuder.

    Quanto vorrei per questa serie Cinar o Pasarin.
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #139 il: 17 Agosto 2019, 15:55:40 »
  • SHALVEY Gives 'Big Fight Feel' for Sold-Out THING v HULK Match with New FANTASTIC FOUR #12 Cover

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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #140 il: 17 Agosto 2019, 15:59:42 »
  • Fantastic Four #13 (Published by Marvel Comics; Review by Kat Calamia; ‘Rama Rating: 9 out of 10):

    In this issue of Fantastic Four, artist Sean Izaakse ramps up the series’ visuals with wall-to-wall action as the Thing goes up against the Immortal Hulk. But what makes this issue one of the series’ strongest installments are not the punches thrown but the words traded between Puppet Master and Ben. While Puppet Master’s bottled-up feelings about his daughter Alicia marrying Ben come to a head, this isn’t a story where Alicia plays damsel in distress. As her father and husband trade blows, she uses her own strengths to save her fellow tourists at their honeymoon resort. Her strength as a sculptor becomes her own unique superpower. Overall, Fantastic Four #13 is a must-read action-packed issue with a lot of heart.
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #141 il: 24 Agosto 2019, 14:03:05 »


  • FANTASTIC FOUR #16
    DAN SLOTT (W) • SEAN IZAAKSE (A) • COVER BY NICK BRADSHAW
    2099 VARIANT COVER BY GREG LAND
    “Point of Origin” Part 3
    • Who is the winged warrior named Sky? What’s her shocking connection to the origin of the Human Torch? And how will she change his life FOREVER?
    • Meanwhile, separated from the rest of the Fantastic Four, the Thing stands alone as he faces off against the Five Hundred Horde of Freak Alley!
    32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #142 il: 29 Agosto 2019, 15:45:08 »
  • Fantastic Four #13 (Published by Marvel Comics; Review by Kat Calamia; ‘Rama Rating: 9 out of 10):
    Storia carina.
    Ed è stato bello vedere per una volta
    Spoiler  :
    Ben che le suona niente pò pò di meno che a Hulk. Interessante anche il fatto che Ben sia riuscito a rimanere nella forma della Cosa oltre il tempo massimo previsto
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    Comunque sono anche passati quasi 60 anni. Sarebbe ora che Ben potesse trasformarsi nella Cosa ed in Ben Grimm quando vuole. Non so se Slott avrà il fegato di farlo, ma ne dubito. 
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #143 il: 31 Agosto 2019, 04:09:05 »
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #144 il: 07 Settembre 2019, 01:27:20 »
  • Fantastic Four #14 (Published by Marvel Comics; Review by Kat Calamia; ‘Rama Rating: 8 out of 10):

    The Fantastic Four sees value in their mistakes as they celebrate the crash that gave them their powers all those years ago. Dan Slott and Paco Medina deliver a great adventure where Marvel’s first family get to reminisce about the old days and show just how far they’ve come. That said, I would have liked some more explanation for the motives behind revisiting this mission other than nostalgic reasons – it’s a problem I can easily overlook for the story’s emotional payoff. On artwork, Medina’s pencils are sleek and is a nice fit with Slott’s energetic script. Fantastic Four #14 is a fun, nostalgic issue that adds a new, exciting layer to the team’s origin story.
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #145 il: 07 Settembre 2019, 12:30:33 »
  • Beh, oddio...8 su 10.
    Lo trovo esagerato.
    Io questo numero lo voterei tra il 6 ed il 7 stiracchiato...al massimo.

    Ed anche lo stile di disegno di Medina non è che sia proprio adattissimo ai Fantastici Quattro.
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #146 il: 07 Settembre 2019, 18:43:48 »
  • Sì, ma Rama spara 9 volte su 10 numeri a cazzo.


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    « Risposta #147 il: 08 Settembre 2019, 00:58:47 »
  • Sì, ma Rama spara 9 volte su 10 numeri a cazzo.


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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #148 il: 10 Settembre 2019, 01:50:32 »
  • Fantastic Four: 4 Yancy Street #1
    Written by Gerry Duggan
    Art by Greg Smallwood, Mark Bagley, Luciano Vecchio, Pere Perez, and Erick Arciniega
    Lettering by Joe Caramagna
    Published by Marvel Comics
    Review by Justin Partridge
    ‘Rama Rating: 9 out of 10

    The Ever-Lovin’ Blue-Eyed Thing takes on gentrification in Fantastic Four: 4 Yancy Street #1. Standing as a charming side tale to the main Dan Slott-headed title, writer Gerry Duggan delves deeply into the Thing’s connection with his home turf. Which, fans will remember, has now become the new home base of the Fantastic Four.

    Someone is tagging buildings on Yancy Street, and it’s got Ben Grimm hoppin’ mad. Worse still, they are pretty vehemently anti-FF, suggesting that the neighborhood he so loves doesn’t want his family around due to rent hikes because of their presence. It's a remarkably simplistic turn for an FF book, but Duggan sells it very well, easing into a old-school, charming cadence for the Thing and aiming him at a problem he can’t simply punch away.

    But this being a comic about Aunt Petunia’s favorite nephew, of course he throws some punches, and this one-shot is graced with a fantastic roster of artists who detail them beautifully. Anchored by the stony, classically-infused pencils of Greg Smallwood and the kinetic fun of Mark Bagley’s vaulting action, this one-shot’s art team really make the smaller scale and streetbound story work for them. Though it certainly doesn’t have any world-ending stakes, Fantastic Four: 4 Yancy Street #1 does tap deeply into the charm and pathos of Marvel’s First Family.

    Opening with a heart wrenching recap of Ben’s lost younger brother, given a warmth by Duggan’s narration and Greg Smallwood and Erick Arciniega sepia-toned panel layouts, this one-shot establishes pretty early just how low-key of an affair it is going to be. But small doesn’t necessarily mean bad. Quite the opposite as Gerry Duggan doubles down on the heartfelt nature of the script, making this flashback the bedrock of Ben’s reaction to someone tagging the building that bares his brother’s name.

    Naturally, this sends him spiraling, allowing Duggan to display his keen sense of humor with stuff like Ben’s original plan of attack; go back in time one day and clobber the person who tagged the building. But once he calms down and starts to look into the problem, he finds a much bigger one. Predatory landlords are taking advantage of the wave of gentrification happening in the wake of the FF’s arrival on Yancy Street and forcing longtime residents into the street. And they are using the Terrible Trio as muscle to do so!

    Admittedly, a clear-eyed look at superhero gentrification was not something I expected to read about going into this issue, but it is a really fun problem to see a character like the Thing tackle. Not only does Duggan make amazing use of his connection to the setting, giving him a real sort of skin in the game, but it makes it a more intangible, society-centered problem for the usual bruiser to have to face. The FF might have the market corner on galactic gods and alternate realities, but 4 Yancy Street #1 shows that that are still just as comfortable down here with the rest of us.

    And while the scale of this one-shot is decidedly smaller than the main title, you would never think it thanks to the energy detailed onto the page from the stocked art team. Held together by the rich, vibrant colors of Erick Arciniega, this one-shot comes stocked with, aptly, four fantastic separate artists. We open with Greg Smallwood, who kicks off the issue with a vintage inspired newsprint look only to shift upward into striking Kirby-esque backgrounds and a very, very handsome Reed Richards at his work.

    Mark Bagley then picks up the pace of the issue, giving the showdown between the Thing and the Terrible Trio a wonderful velocity and broad humor as his expressive lines barrel through the sequence. Luciano Vecchio and Pere Perez bring us home, downshifting from the kinetics of Bagley into smooth, very polished pencils that highlight the emotional final moments of the one-shot and send the issue out on a high visual note. All together each artist totally nails their sections of the issue, providing a rich, but tonally sound visual tapestry that represents the best and brightest of what Fantastic Four stories have to offer.

    Calling to mind more smaller scale runs like Roberto Aquirre-Sacasa’s Marvel Knights run, Fantastic Four: 4 Yancy Street #1 is a satisfying side tale for the Thing and his super-family. Blessed with the wit and heart of Gerry Duggan and a wonderful roster of artists, this one-shot holds the standard of the Richards’ family and Yancy Street well, giving us a fun window into their new street and HQ. Proving you don’t have to head to the starts to have fun 4 Yancy Street #1 is a block party waiting to happen.
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    Re:Fantastic 4 (USA) di Slott & Pichelli
    « Risposta #149 il: 10 Settembre 2019, 11:40:14 »
  • Fantastic Four: 4 Yancy Street #1
    Storia carina, il 6 lo merita tranquillamente.
    Il focalizzare nella serie quanto accade a livello più umano, rispetto a quello "Cosmico", era già riuscito ad Aguirre Sacasa, nelle diverse miniserie "Marvel Nights:Fantastic Four" (2004-2006).
    Se riusciranno a replicare quanto di buono fatto allora, diverrà una graziosa serie da affiancare alla principale.
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