Ô Essential Fantastic Four Volume 1 TPB by Stan Lee (December 08,1998) î Download by Î Stan Lee

Ô Essential Fantastic Four Volume 1 TPB by Stan Lee (December 08,1998) î Download by Î Stan Lee this volume reprints issues 1 to 20 and annual 1

1 the fantastic fours origin plus their first encounter with the mole man
2 the skrulls
3 the miracle man (never heard of him)
4 the submariner
5 a trip to the past featuring doctor doom
6 doctor doom and the submariner join forces
7 kurrgo, the master of planet x
8 the puppet master
9 the ff go to hollywood to make a movie, featuring the submariner
10 the return of doctor doom, where doom swaps bodys with reed
11 the impossible man
12 the ff are recruited by the army to track down the hulk
13 the red ghost and his super apes, plus the watcher
14 the puppet master takes control of submariner, and uses him to destroy the ff
15 the mad thinker and his awesome android
16 the ff enter a micro world to face doctor doom, guest starring ant man
17 doctor doom again
18 the super skrull
19 a trip to ancient egypt, where the ff battle rama tut
20 the molecule man, and an apperance by the watcher
annual 1 the submariner and his kingdom invade the surface world

there is also a bonus story showing spiderman trying to join the ff

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Years ago I had a collection of thousands of American comics but was made to sell them to create space.
Knowing now how much they would be worth I can keep reminding my family how much money I could now have if I had kept them.
Not only that, how much I missed reading them.


Then along came Spiderman the Movie and all of a sudden its Marvel all over and the nostalgia bug started to bite me.
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and now the ultimate treat, reprints of the Silver age comics I loved so much.


Stan Lee and Jack Kirby were the driving force behind the surge of Marvel in the 60's and 70's without Stan Lee's imagination we would have no Fantastic Four, XMen, Spiderman, Daredevil, Iron Man and many others not counting hundreds of supervillains.
The comic world owes them a great deal.


This book covers the first 20 issues of the Fantastic Fours' own magazine and the first annual.
The stories are superb and flow well, the characters are great, the Human Torch as an annoying kid infuriating Ben Grimm, The Thing, who despite his looks is the most down to earth character of the four.
There is a great amount of continuity through the stories, which is one of the reasons that drew me to buy so many of them both when they originally came out and now again as part of the Essentials series.


Don't quibble about the fact they are in black&white at this cost or that the paper quality is not quite Basildon Bond.
Take these books for what they are a pure nostalgic rollercoaster ride.
Sure there are a few lightweight tales but the overwhelming majority are page turners.


Every newsagent when I grew up used to sell Marvel & DC comics, now their availability is very limited.
Do yourself a favour and buy some of these books.
You will keep dipping in and out of them as characters go from comic book to comic book and as some of the most evil villains of all put appearances in.
Doctor Doom, the Moleman and the Puppet Master first appear in this book.
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the original comic's posters are included, the only thing not included are the adverts, remember seamonkeys, models of famous battle scenes and glow in the dark movie monster masks and the letters pages.
You can't have everything but this is as close as possible.


As Stan Lee used to say Make Mine Marvel.
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Excelsior! Stan Lee and Jack Kirby were the creative driving force behind the surge of Marvel in the 60's and 70's without Stan Lee's imagination we would have no Fantastic Four, XMen, Spiderman, Daredevil, Iron Man and many others not counting hundreds of supervillains.
The comic world owes them both a great deal.

This volume covers the first 20 issues of the Fantastic Four's own magazine as well as the first annual.
The stories are superb and flow well, the characters are great, the Human Torch as an annoying kid infuriating Ben Grimm, The Thing, who despite his looks is the most down to earth character of the four.
The continuity throughout the stories is first rate which is one of the reasons that drew me to buy so many of them both when they originally came out and now again as part of the Essentials series.

Don't quibble about the fact they are in black&white at this cost or that the paper quality is not quite Basildon Bond.
Take these books for what they are, a pure nostalgic rollercoaster ride.
Sure there are a couple of lightweight tales but the overwhelming majority are true page turners.

Every newsagent when I grew up used to sell Marvel & DC comics, now their availability is more limited.
Do yourself a favour and buy some of these books.
You will keep dipping in and out of them as characters cross over from comic book to comic book and as some of the most evil villains of all put appearances in.
Doctor Doom, the Moleman and the Puppet Master first appear in this book and Prince Namor, The SubMariner, returns to the Marvel fold after an absence of several decades.
It also includes the original comic's posters, the only thing not included are the adverts, remember seamonkeys and glow in the dark movie monster masks and the letters pages.

You can't have everything but if you are on a budget this is as close as possible.
As Stan Lee said Make Mine Marvel.
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Excelsior! Great Ein weiterer großer Wurf aus der fast schon unheimlich produktiven Lee/KirbyMaschinerie.
Wahrscheinlich nach Superman, Batman und SpiderMan die bekanntesten und erfolgreichsten Superhelden werden hier geboren.


Was den enormen Charme und die Zeitlosigkeit dieser Comics ausmacht, ist die liebevolle Darstellung einer Familie, die so gar nicht recht miteinander auskommen will: Der Heißsporn (im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes) Johnny Storm alias Human Torch glüht regelrecht darauf, dem so unverwechselbar grantelnden Thing immer wieder eins auszuwischen.
Reed Richards ist so besessen von seiner Technik und Forschung, dass er seine Freundin Sue Storm schlimm vernachlässigt, die aber auch alle Hände voll zu tun hat, die beiden Streithähne auseinanderzuhalten.
In den seltenen Zeiten, in denen nicht gestritten wird, machen sie zusammen die schlimmsten Bösewichter der Marvelgeschichte fertig.


Thing ist einer der Charaktere mit dem höchsten Wiedererkennungswert aller Superhelden, und es ist einfach göttlich zu sehen, wie er immer wieder von Johnny, der Yancy Street Gang oder sonst wem in Bedrängnis gebracht wird.
Das alles ist aber nicht schlimm, denn im Grunde haben sie sich doch alle lieb; die Zeit, in denen Superhelden düster und von Komplexen zerfressen sein müssen, ist noch weit entfernt.


Nicht abschrecken lassen von den etwas unrunden Zeichnungen in den ersten Ausgaben; Kirby entwickelt sich rasch weiter.
Deshalb nur 4 Sterne, in den nächsten Essential Fantastic FourTiteln werden diese immer ausgereifter, und bekommen dann auch meine 5 Sterne.


Perfekte Unterhaltung für alle Altersgruppen, nur die SpiderManTitel aus der EssentialsReihe sind noch besser.


Oui !
Enfin la génèse des FF en un gros bouquin bien épais comme on les aime .

Seulement 2 points pouvant rebuter certains : tout d'abord, le texte est en anglais (normal pour une version originale) et deuxièmement l'impression reste en noir et blanc .
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dommage, je garde un souvenir ému de l'encrage des premiers albums français.
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quoi qu'il en soit, n'hésitez pas , replongez dans les toutes premières aventures des FF ! la serie des essential marvel est extra
meme si elle est en noir et blanc.
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c'est une anthologie de taille
et pour les fans de l'univers marvel.
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indispensable
et la VO n'est pas trop rebutante