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  1. FF, Volume 2: Family Freakout
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This was thick for a regular trade, it had eight issues, and the last one was oversized. Most current trades only have five or six, so this was a bargain. Feb 02, Sesana rated it liked it Shelves: comics , superhumans. Hey, we all knew this would end sooner or later. The Fantastic Four wouldn't stay lost in time and space forever, and once they returned, FF would obviously get folded back into the main title. Still kind of sad to see it go so soon. That said, I didn't quite like this volume as much as the first.

It feels more random, somehow, before the focus turns to defeating Doctor Doom. That plot felt really talky in strange places. I don't know, I just wasn't feeling that storyline, so it was kind of a rel Hey, we all knew this would end sooner or later. I don't know, I just wasn't feeling that storyline, so it was kind of a relief to see it over and done with. Of course, that also meant that the book was over. But it was still weird and funny, and I didn't dislike it.

Plus, Allred's art was every bit as good as before. He's great on these quirky books. Jun 10, Gavin rated it really liked it Shelves: comics. OK, now that I've slept on it However, it might not be a 4-star either Is nearly a polar opposite to Reed Richards as leader of the FF Where Reed and Doom have a sort of uneasy truce and the family is wrapped up with him, Scott hates Doom more than nearly anyone in the Marvel U. D OK, now that I've slept on it Doom killed his daughter, and that fuels Scott, but not in the usual bloody vengeance way you might think.

It's smarter than that, and Fraction writes it so well, you totally believe it. Scott is also present, where Reed is not, and his attention and care for the kids is touching, especially since he lost his child, he takes their care seriously. More or less, Scott unlocks a secret that even Hank Pym either didn't or didn't ever share with anyone. It's brilliant in some ways, and I think it shows even more why Scott is one of the most able FF leaders ever.

He's no Reed, brain wise, but this was something that even Reed never discovered. Bentley is the golden star, working ever so hard to be a super-villain, and what does the FF do? Turn him towards good? In a shockingly genius move, they just encourage him to be himself, and even harness his "evil" nature to help the rest of the kids assist in the final fight against Doom. The mole-kids are also hilarious, with unwavering devotion to " The Ben" and "The Jen" and keeping suitors away from her at all costs.

FF, Volume 2: Family Freakout

Impossible Man shows up with a kid of his own, and wants the FF to take him in. Scott speaks to the kid with kindness, caring, no condescension, and honesty. Medusa speaks of her unwavering protection for all the kids, and when his kid does join, there's the sweetest moment between him and Medusa's niece. I think this was part of the lead up to Original Sin?

It's not the most awe inspiring, or technically impressive, but it's colourful, tells the story, and fits like your favourite t shirt and jeans. Honestly, there's so much here, I could write twice as much,but I will say it's an improvement over the first volume, and even if this was the end I hope this results in Scott Lang getting a raised profile in Marvel going forward, and Matt Fraction should get to write it.

Enjoy this flawed yet wonderful book, if you don't smile at least once? You have no soul.

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View all 7 comments. Oct 28, 'kris Pung rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. I think I've got a giant soft spot for this zany series and I can't believe that is't been canceled WTF smashes fist through drywall repeatedly!! Okay I'm back; Fraction has been killing it on all his titles lately and this still remains my favorite of his. The ending oh my the ending was just perfect silent tear streaming down my cheek why do the comics gods always I think I've got a giant soft spot for this zany series and I can't believe that is't been canceled WTF smashes fist through drywall repeatedly!!

The ending oh my the ending was just perfect silent tear streaming down my cheek why do the comics gods always cancel the fun books? View 2 comments. Mar 15, Chris Lemmerman rated it it was amazing Shelves: comics-and-manga-read. This series has been continually enjoyable and impressive, stretching the idea of comics in general whilst still being hugely innovative and very different from everything else that's on the stands, and this final volume tops that and then some. Despite losing writer Matt Fraction halfway through, the volume continues and ends strong with Lee Allred at the helm, with some truly laugh out loud moments and a satisfying final battle with Doctor Doom that involves the entire team.

I love th Amazing. I love that the children are the focus for these stories, despite the fact that Ant-Man, Darla Deering, She-Hulk, and Medusa could easily steal the spotlight. Even if you don't read Fantastic Four, you owe it to yourself to read FF - it's not a companion book, it far outstrips the parent title and shows it how to do comics properly. Also, an entire book of Mike Allred with a little help from Joe Quinones artwork is worth almost any price. Mar 09, Michael Church rated it really liked it Shelves: marvel-comics.

What's unfortunate is that the things making this title so delightful are also some of it's drawbacks, due to it's short run. It's the type of book that will have some minute thing happen in the background of one panel and turn it into a running joke for 6 issues and bring it up again after 5 more. Sadly, the book ends here with issue 16 so it doesn't get the chance to really dig into that personality. It's also a book that very much stands on it's own two feet. Many issues can be enjoyed almost What's unfortunate is that the things making this title so delightful are also some of it's drawbacks, due to it's short run.


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Many issues can be enjoyed almost independently of each other. This works for and against the book. While it's nice to see, it also gives it a slightly disjointed feeling. That said, there is still a clearly overarching story that reaches a clear climax. It may not be a perfect ending, but it is certainly an ending that represents this title well. My main complaint is the obscurity of so much of the final issue. Scott Lang is making references constantly to things that many people won't know at all.

There's also some science stuff that they try to explain and end up making no sense until pages later when they finally sum it up in layman's terms in one sentence. Nothing that would deter me from reading, but still something that gave me pause. There were also some uncomfortable scene changes that were just too abrupt and in the middle of intense action. I know this happens in other titles, but the action was still so dialogue and story laden that it was interrupting that progression as well. As for the art, it's what you should have come to expect now. Allred has an incredible style and I'm pretty sure I'll try any series that he draws.

The lines are distinct and the whole book has a wonderfully surreal and unique look. Even better, there are no substitute artists in this series. I wish so strongly that more books would follow this lead and just wait for the series' main artist to take care of every issue. Anyway, this whole thing is a fun ride. With the ties to Cassie and the Young Avengers and Children's Crusade, I enjoyed it even more and feel a stronger sense of closure.

FF is definitely worth your time and a closer look. Aug 15, Artemy rated it really liked it Shelves: marvel , comics. It was still pretty great, although when Fraction stepped down and Allred started writing the series, the quality and the feel dulled down a bit. The ending was epic though! Loved this series as a whole. Jan 19, Robert rated it really liked it Shelves: marvel.

This compilation was good fun, clearly the writers weren't taking themselves at all seriously here which made for some good tongue-in-cheek hi-jinks. I guess it was always meant to be a limited run event series, but that's too bad- I would've enjoyed following the adventures of the Future Foundation for at least 4 minutes more! Jul 18, Bill rated it it was amazing. First off, the two previous volumes in this story arc noted below are required for any of this to make sense.

I found the two previous volumes to be a little uneven, but everything comes together here, and it really is fantastic. Doctor Doom is one of those character who has always needed to be taken down and taken apart -- not just defeated and left to escape, but truly called to judgement for the genuinely horrible things he's done throughout the history of the Marvel Universe.

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And here, fin First off, the two previous volumes in this story arc noted below are required for any of this to make sense. And here, finally, he gets that breakdown he deserves. Another good subtitle for this volume could have been "Doctor Doom Disassembled. The Watcher! May 15, Joe Young rated it it was amazing. Matt Fraction - writer Mike Allred - illustrator I straight up loved this series. Long story short, Scott Lang finally gets his act together and decides to kick Dr. Doom's ass.

And that's exactly how that shit goes down. Spectacular artwork from the amazing Allred make Matt Fraction - writer Mike Allred - illustrator I straight up loved this series. Spectacular artwork from the amazing Allred make this a collection not to be missed. Dec 25, Sam Poole rated it liked it Shelves: read-in , comics-in , 3-stars Okay so I really liked a lot of this- darla deering, all the kids in the FF school, the great combinations of self-referential and meta commentary with the cosmic and sense of humor and grandiosity found in the best fantastic four books.

The ending, however, is very weak. Ant Man brutally beating doctor doom was so excessive and hard to read that I was basically hoping he would fail. It's a bummer Fraction couldn't write this like Mar 25, Shannon Appelcline rated it really liked it Shelves: comics , comics-marvel. Not nearly as great as the first volume. It feels like there's less humor and wackiness. Still, there's a lot to love in this, particularly in the earlier issues written exclusively by Fraction. We also get a nice conclusion to the run, clearing the deck for the All-Newest version of the Fantastic Four which sadly doesn't include an FF comic.

Dec 10, Jason Scott rated it did not like it Shelves: comics-bad. I hated that in Howard the Duck, I hate it here. This was such a chore to get through, UGH! The entire storyline here felt like filler and only the last three issues and especially the final issue had something worthwhile. Also, I was expecting some revelation with John Storm, but he suddenly disappeared from the story; Where did he go?!

What happened to him?

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Artwork was alright as always, at least it was consistent throughout its issue run. Overall, apart from the artwork, this series was a total dud for me; no wonder it got cancelled! Jun 03, Christopher Munroe rated it it was amazing. Weird, quirky and charming as hell, two of my favourite creators right now, working together on a singular book that couldn't have been made by any other combination of people. It's more fun than a super-hero book has any business being, and I'm glad I finally got around to reading it.

Better late than never! Jun 27, Todd Glaeser rated it it was amazing. There's a bunch of things in this series that should remind you of the first issues of the Fantastic Four. Dragon Man, Inhumans, Dr. Doom, the creators showing up as characters in the book, laughs Feb 18, Angela rated it liked it Shelves: graphic-novels , marvel. The end of the FF. A great fun story, that ties up everything. Such a shame the story had to end. Oct 01, Josh rated it liked it. I adored the Impossible Man issue It had so many fun and touching moments.

The issue where the creators wrote themselves into the story was a bit too meta to me. Mike and Laura continued to do great work with the lines and colors throughout but especially in the super spiffy green Otherwise, the series lost steam in these final issues.

When Lee Allred took over writing duties from Fraction, I found the jokes less funny,the writing less sharp and too verbose overall leading up to a I adored the Impossible Man issue When Lee Allred took over writing duties from Fraction, I found the jokes less funny,the writing less sharp and too verbose overall leading up to a climax that just wasn't very engaging.

As a caveat, this book is a love letter to the history of the Fantastic Four, of which I am not a compendium. Reading this has me interested in checking out the Hickman FF run. A couple of fun moments to highlight. Aug 01, Jacob rated it liked it. Public library copy. While I'm a fan of the writer and artist, I didn't really think this series was as great as it should have been.

I purchased volume one of FF when it came out, but I stopped supporting the book out of my pocket by later relying on reading public library editions. The art, as is always the case with Mike Allred, was spectacular to behold, but the story to me was al Public library copy. The art, as is always the case with Mike Allred, was spectacular to behold, but the story to me was all over the place.

As I'll repeat in another FF review, the problem is the FF continuity, world, and big cast is not too new reader friendly and even though this book has a cast different from the Marvel Family FF, it all ties in to that world with "those" regular characters often appearing. Apr 01, Drown Hollum rated it really liked it Shelves: superhero. Mike Allred's art is wonderful, and Lee Allred's take over for Fraction's script writing is near seamless.

FF finishes the colorful, cute, exciting high sci-fi comic it began as. It's a shame though, that for all of Matt Fraction's complicated cross plotting between this and his Fantastic Four book, it makes reading FF without Fantastic Four a less fulfilling experience. It's easy to feel like you're missing something, especially in the book's conclusion, because you are.

That glaring flaw aside Mike Allred's art is wonderful, and Lee Allred's take over for Fraction's script writing is near seamless. That glaring flaw aside, the kids are perfectly written, the scenarios are absurd and beautiful, and Scott Lang's personal story arc ties up nicely with a satisfying end.

Shame it's over, I would love to read a Lee Allred original story with these characters, but all good things, etc. Jul 22, Matt rated it it was ok Shelves: graphic-novels , marvel , marvel-now. Collects FF issues This volume is better than Volume 1, but that isn't saying much. Doom had been established as a person that could work alongside the FF in Jonathan Hickman's run on the Fantastic Four, but Matt Fraction has now went out of his way to undo this and make Doom a super villain whose evil motivation is unclear.

Also, it is worth mentioning that Fraction wrote himself, Mike Allred artist , and Tom Brevoort editor into this book. They appear and go on a mini-advent Collects FF issues This volume is better than Volume 1, but that isn't saying much. They appear and go on a mini-adventure with the FF. I'm liking Scott Lang more, and appreciated his understanding of Pym Particles. Issue 9 about Bentley's documentary was actually pretty good, but that's where the goodness stops. View all 4 comments. May 01, James rated it really liked it Shelves: comics.

They included two members of the original Marvel Family and three more new family members. Here is a look at the most powerful members of the Marvel Family, both from the past and the present day iterations.


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The least powerful member of the Marvel Family is easily Dudley H. Dudley, who went by the name Uncle Marvel. This is because he has no powers. Uncle Marvel was an old man who learned about the Marvel Family and then showed up pretending to be their long lost uncle. He then took on the role of their manager and pretended to have powers. When asked why he couldn't fly, he claimed he had a case of "shazambago" and that caused his powers to malfunction. When Mary learns he has no powers and isn't their uncle, she keeps his secret because she feels bad for the man. A new version returned in as a janitor at Billy's school where he joins them on their adventures.


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  6. While not part of the official Marvel Family, they had the powers of Captain Marvel and assisted when held was needed. Darla Dudley showed up first in the Flashpoint series when she was one of five kids and their cat who ended up transformed into a hero when the wizard Shazam granted her powers. Darla received the powers of Mercury, which was superhuman speed. She could hit Mach 10 when running and could also fly through sheer will.

    On Prime Earth, she was a young girl -- the youngest member of the new Shazam Family. Along with Darla and the other kids, he went into the Rock of Eternity and was granted powers by the wizard Shazam. The powers granted to Eugene was the wisdom of Solomon. He not only had the superhuman intelligence but he also had clairvoyance, the power of hypnosis and could speak and understand any language.

    As with the other kids , this changed on New Earth. In the Shazam! He was played by Ian Chen as a child and Ross Butler as a superhero. He was a young, overweight Latino boy who went with the other kids to the Rock of Eternity and gained his powers. He was granted the power of Hercules, meaning super strength, making him one of the most powerful of the new Marvel Family kids. Pedro could effortlessly lift more than tons, could punch through walls and bend steel, and lift very heavy objects. On Prime Earth, he was older but still an overweight young man who was granted super strength.

    Cotrona as a superhero. He has great powers, but is over 9, years old and has grown weaker as he ages. Knowing that he was not as strong as he used to be, Shazam set out to find a successor. His first attempt was a failure , as Teth-Adam became Black Adam and was a merciless villain after receiving his powers.

    Finally, he found someone worthy of the powers and granted the gift to Billy Batson, who became the hero to represent what the Wizard could no longer accomplish -- at which point the Wizard died. Mary Marvel was one of the early members of the Marvel Family. Her powers were similar to those of her brother Billy. In this world, she had the stamina of Atlas. As one of the longest lasting members of the Marvel Family, and the oldest of them all, she remains very powerful, known as Lady Shazam. Freddy Freeman was the best friend and fellow foster child with Billy Batson.

    In the Fawcett days, he was known as Captain Marvel Jr.

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    He remained a powerful hero in New Earth, a handicapped orphan who became a champion like his foster brother. When Billy was made the controller of the Rock of Eternity after the death of The Wizard, it was Freddy that took his place as the champion left to defend the Earth. Black Adam is a very interesting character -- one that always straddles the line between hero and villain.

    He is one of the most powerful villains in DC but at the same time, he is also someone who will use his powers to protect those he loves and rules over -- albeit in a deadly manner. He was also a member -- reluctantly -- of the Marvel Family at times. Teth-Adam was the first person that the Wizard granted the powers of the gods, but he rebelled and turned evil -- banished far away. He made his way back and became the most hated villain of Billy Batson over time. He also started his own Black Marvel Family with his wife Isis and brother Osiris during a period where he tried to do the right thing but was pushed into a corner by other heroes and world governments who distrusted him.

    Shazam, formerly known as Captain Marvel, was the man who started it all and is the most powerful member of the Marvel Family without question. He was given the wisdom of Solomon, the strength of Hercules, the stamina of Atlas, the lightning of Zeus, the courage of Achilles, and speed of Mercury. To understand his powers , from the earliest days to the most recent examples, Shazam is as powerful as Superman -- possibly more so in some ways as Superman has a weakness to magic, which is what fuels Shazam's powers.

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