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ISBN: 0871353075
Author: Jack Kirby,Stan Lee
Language: English
Publisher: Marvel Enterprises (1987)
Pages: 256
Category: Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Comics
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 863
Size Fb2: 1984 kb
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This is a wonderful book containing the early issues of the fantastic four. It was nice to look back at the early issues of the Fantastic Four for two reasons. The first being how Stan and co. blended adventure stories with "Real people" who have superpowers that was unheard of at the time.

This is a wonderful book containing the early issues of the fantastic four. This is pure early sixties fun and we get the great art of jack Kirby and the great writing and such from Stan lee as well. These early issues are the foundation of the new marvel landscape as well.

Comicbook Ultimate Staff. Marvel Masterworks (1987). The Fantastic Four Nos. 1-10 by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby. Issue Number: 2 Publisher: Marvel Cover: 1987, 4. 5 Origin: United States, English Format: Color, Hardcover, N/A pages.

Written by Stan Lee, this TPB collects issues 1 - 10 of Marvel's First Family dating back to 1961 - 1963. Stan Lee's writing was good for that time period, and the stories can be quick and fun but they can also be a pain for those whom are more use to modern comic book storylines. The plots are short and simple with a new baddie appearing mainly to take over the world, and the FF needs to stop them.

Marvel Masterworks book. Because Stan Lee and Jack Kirby knew exactly what they were doing. This book collects issues 1-10 of The Fantastic Four. Charged with the task of writing a super team book to compete with the successful Justice League of America, they created a team that was not only super powered, they were super interesting. Written from 1961 to early 1963, these were the first comics to take place within the Marvel Universe as we know it and basically put Marvel Comics on the map.

1-10 – Hardcover Hardcover – 2003. by Stan Lee (Author), Jack Kirby (Artist). The production run is stated on the bottom rear of the dust jacket, 500 copies.

Marvel Masterworks: Fantastic Four Volume . And what of Jack Kirby? He didn't change his style to do this book, but in time the book would change him.

Marvel Masterworks: Fantastic Four Volume 1. Reprints: Fantastic Four Vol. 2 in the Marvel Masterworks Library). When Martin Goodman came to Stan Lee with the Justice League of America sales figures and told him to create a knock-off, it's pretty clear they didn't want to go too far off-brand from what was already working. So we get a giant monster taking up nearly the entire cover and four heroes in corners of the page.

Collecting The Fantastic Four, nos. 1-10 The first 10 issues reprinted in this volume are classics thanks to the imagination of Lee and his collaborator, the legendary Jack Kirby, to many the true creative force behind. 1-10. The first 10 issues reprinted in this volume are classics thanks to the imagination of Lee and his collaborator, the legendary Jack Kirby, to many the true creative force behind the rise of Marvel Comics.

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This is a compilation of issues 1-10 of THE FANTASTIC FOUR, bound in original textured purple hardcover binding with spine and front cover lettered in gold.

Comments:

Weernis
While “MM:TFF Vol. 10“ is not Stan and Jack at the top of their games, it’s still Stan and Jack, and that makes it worth reading.

Two of the stories that stand out to me are:

1) “The Return of the Frightful Four” (#94) with the dandy introduction of “child rearing specialist” and powerful witch, Agatha Harkness, is filled with action, humor, and high drama. Harkness proves herself more than a match for the evil forces that would threaten baby Franklin Richards.

2) “Bedlam in the Baxter Building” (#101) also gets high marks as an off-beat and entertaining story of the FF vs. the mob.
The artwork in all the stories that Kirby drew is high caliber (he didn’t draw the last two stories), but in some of the stories you can tell that Stan is not completely engaged. For example, in FF #99. Reed drives his flying saucer (with Ben and Sue) to rescue Johnny from the 'Inhumans.' Bafflingly, at the beginning of FF# 100, Stan mistakenly writes that the FF were in a flying craft borrowed from Black Bolt.

'Come on Stan, you used to edit every comic in the entire Marvel Universe with the expertise of the Puppet Master!'

Nevertheless, the important thing is we get to see Stan and Jack together for the (almost) last time. Even Stan and Jack past their glory days is better than almost any other comic in its prime.

In order to savor these last few opus’ by Stan and Jack, I restricted myself to read only one story each week. That way, I could relish each story, and feel the exhilaration that I felt as a youngster, when I absolutely could not wait for the next issue to come out.

Adding sizzle to this FF compilation is the outstanding bonus material in the Appendix. We get first hand insight into the making of the FF through the eyes of:

1) Dick Ayers (inker of FF issues 6-20), who provides insight into the early workings of Marvel and prints a congratulatory letter he received from Stan;

2) Joe Sinnott (inker for FF issues 5, and 44-103), who discusses his collaboration with Jack and identifies his favorite Kirby FF drawings;

3) Roy Thomas (Stan’s successor as editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics), who reprints a review of FF#1 he wrote for his comic fanzine Alter Ego in 1961;

4) Mark Evanier (author of “Kirby: King of Comics”), relates two anecdotes about his old pal Jack Kirby, and;

5) Greg Theakston (comic historian), who puts a historical perspective on the rise and the fall of the “World’s Greatest Comic Book.”

These Appendix contributions were all enlightening and scintillating.

Make Mine Marvel!

Excelsior!
Iell
Here is a hint if you buy the Fantastic Four Omnibus volumes 1 to 3 they end on issue 93. If you buy this volume it picks up issue 94 and completes the Kirby run in the FF book.

I bought it for that reason and also because these comics are not reprinted a lot and you probably don't know these stories.

I was really surprised with the extra where they show the original pages of the lost story and then the final product. It is fantastic to see both in this book.

Worth the cheap price here and a good read.
Vijora
This is a wonderful book containing the early issues of the fantastic four. This is pure early sixties fun and we get the great art of jack Kirby and the great writing and such from Stan lee as well. These early issues are the foundation of the new marvel landscape as well. They are of their time and look even better here than they did on the cheap paper comic books used back in the day. They are restored and look marvelous. They re-introduce the submariner here and many early villains here. Most of the space monster stories are a hold over from the previous few years before this but they are very fun to read. However the skrulls are not minor villains in the marvel universe and they start in the early days too.. The thing is more lumpy here and he will change over the next year and a half to look like we know him today. which is a good thing actually. he was still mutating. I actually have one of these that came out way back in the 80's. But it still looks great! they were 29.99 back then!
Arcanefist
It's Jack Kirby and John Romita. That's ten stars right there but unfortunately were limited to only five. Stories that move, aren't bogged down by naval gazing and over writing (because superhero comics have to be "deep" nowadays). For any aspiring comic book creatives out there, In Fantastic Four 102, there is a sequence where Namor finds Magneto. Everything one needs to know about basic comics storytelling is in those nine panels. It doesn't get better than that.
Tygolar
Probably the most pivotal of all the Marvel Comics series of the Silver Age, this volume really showcases the great style of Jack Kirby, having grown and refined since his Golden Age days of kid gangs and manhunters. Dick Ayers, Artie Simek and Joe Sinnott provide the inks on these pioneering ten issues, which introduce the Skrulls, Doctor Doom, the Puppet Master, the Miracle Man and re-introduces the Sub-Mariner to a new generation of readers. Definitely worth reading for the comic fan and historian alike!
the monster
Great find in the early marvel comics. Where you can relive the start of Marvel universe. IF anyone has these actual comics in their attic or storage rooms. You have a gold on your hands for its a very high return on them
Swiang
Another Fantastic Four volume you cannot go wrong with. Exceptional entertainment with great stories and art. On to volume 11....
Thanks to Marvel I can ejoy the old comics like new

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