While New York freezes in the icy grip of winter, an old foe resurfaces with a grudge: Namor! And the crown prince is demanding Sue make good on a old promise - even if it's over Reed's dead body. Meanwhile, closer to home, Johnny may be the only person who can help a Washington Heights woman find her missing son. Plus: Something very, very strange is happening to New YorkWhile New York freezes in the icy grip of winter, an old foe resurfaces with a grudge: Namor! And the crown prince is demanding Sue make good on a old promise - even if it's over Reed's dead body. Meanwhile, closer to home, Johnny may be the only person who can help a Washington Heights woman find her missing son. Plus: Something very, very strange is happening to New York's First Family of Super-Heroes. Their deepest fears and doubts are spreading from their dreams - their unconscious minds - to the waking world. What's real and what's not? The FF's old villain Psycho-Man may hold the key, but he's... dying?Collecting: Marvel Knights 4 8-12...
|Title||:||Marvel Knights 4, Volume 2: The Stuff of Nightmares|
|Number of Pages||:||120 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Marvel Knights 4, Volume 2: The Stuff of Nightmares Reviews
I loves me some FF in any incarnation. Marvel is doing a disservice by not publishing any new FF stuff.
I can't say I completely understand why this series even existed. The first two issues here are a completely out of character and nonsensical fight and the final three are a battle with the Psycho Man. The battle against a super villain issues are fine, but isn't that what this series was supposed to NOT be? Those are just typical superhero comics, and there already was a FF book for those stories. I don't think I'll be reading anymore of this series.
Another very good Marvel Knights book. Not a huge Fantastic Four fan, but if they were always this good I would be. Great setup of a story, FF living a relatively normal life. Even the bit was Namor was well done and well earned and believable. Just a pretty good use of the FF universe and power set. Better than typical writing and quite good enough art. 4.5 of 5.
More great stuff ... 'nuff said.
A nicely characterized look at the Fantastic Four.
Marvel Knights was supposed to be a bit more for mature readers. So why do this still feel like your basic superhero fun?
meglio delle storie precedenti, si vede che Aguirre-Sacasa inizia a prendere confidenza col quartetto.In generale però siamo ancora insufficienti.
Largely eschewing the traditional good guys vs bad guys model, the stories were generally well written. Readers who know the traditional Fantastic Four character will get the most out of the volume.