June 22, 2012 - The conflict ends.
Your decline leads to the success of FF
Honor among thieves
The comic isn't a bad one - but I don't understand how the comic can take such a hard turn to the side on Torque. Last issue? Kinda a dork. This issue? Well, still a criminal, but now... Okay, maybe not a HUGE change in character.
But the comics are starting to run together again. Not certain if this issue or Rai comes first - but Rai will HAVE to come second - seeing as it gets caught inside of the mess. Just hope that the continuity stays tight. Don't know if it will.
Not a fan of the art's direction, either - and of Magnus becoming such a hammy dip. What was the flag ship of the line has become a waste - especially with the future anchored on it.
One last thing - two years left in the line before sell-off. Sad.
This has heralded a new beginning for the old Fantastic Four. While the story wasn't the best one I have ever read in comics, the company has taken this comic quite a distance. Remember the pain of the first few issues? Paste Pot Pete? Both in the past.
The comic has told a complex story, starting and ending over multitudes of panels, changing its direction a few times, and even delivering the spy surprise this issue. Well done.
Even Johnny lets the cute redhead get away at the end of the book. While the dialogue may be Star Wars bad, the comic did not disappoint.