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Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #27

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Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #27

Say goodbye to the Earth, our galaxy and life as we know it, because this entire dimension is destined for destruction.

Everything is about to come to an end here on Yancy Street. Literally everything. Say goodbye to the Earth, our galaxy and life as we know it, because this entire dimension is destined for destruction. Whose fault is it? And why, with the stakes so high, would they choose this moment to abandon us? Guest-starring the Silver Surfer!

Written by: Dan Slott
Art by: R. B. Silva
Cover by: Mark Brooks
Page Count: 21 pages
Release Date: December 16 2021
Age Rating: 9+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #27

Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #27

Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #27

Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #27

Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #27

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