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Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #18

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Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #18

That big secret that we promised last issue, that really happened. This issue is the fallout. Punches will be thrown. Lives will be changed.

“POINT OF ORIGIN” PART 5! We weren’t kidding. That big secret that we promised last issue, that really happened. This issue is the fallout. Punches will be thrown. Lives will be changed. And Reed Richards is going to drop some scary science on the planet called Spyre. You know those sci-fi rules about “prime directives”? The Fantastic Four aren’t playing by those rules. Not this time.

Written by: Dan Slott
Art by: Paco Medina
Cover by: Nick Bradshaw
Page Count: 22 Pages
Release Date: January 22 2020
Age Rating: 9+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #18

Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #18

Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #18

Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #18

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