2021 marks the 60th anniversary of Marvel’s first family of superheroes, the Fantastic Four! However, the FF is in for some rough times in next week’s anniversary issue. After “The Bride of Doom” story, the team has to deal with Human Torch’s new condition. Johnny Storm made the monumental mistake of sleeping with Doom’s bride-to-be. As punishment, Doom ruined Johnny’s powers and trapped him in his Human Torch form.
Regardless, that may soon be the least of the FF’s worries. The entire Kang dynasty is coming for them, including a new incarnation called Scion.
In Superhero Hype’s exclusive preview for Fantastic Four #35, writer Dan Slott and artist John Romita Jr. unveil the new Baxter Building. They also reunite the variants of Kang, all of whom hate each other.
Here’s the official description from Marvel.
“A TITANIC 60TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE!
The entire Kang bloodline is out to destroy every era of the Fantastic Four! How can Reed, Sue, Ben and Johnny hope to survive simultaneous attacks across their lifetimes by Rama Tut, the Scarlet Centurion, Kang the Conqueror and Kang’s final descendant, the sinister Scion?! Join the FF and some special surprise guest stars as John Romita Jr. returns to Marvel and joins forces with writer Dan Slott for this celebratory adventure! Marvel’s First Family will literally never be the same again!
Plus: Mark Waid and Paul Renaud deliver dramatic new insights into the origin of the fabulous foursome in an all-new anniversary tale!”
You can read the full preview in our gallery below. Fantastic Four #35 will hit comic book stores on Wednesday, September 15.
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To see the full text of the following double page, just click on it and open the pic in another tab. These pages feature the various incarnation of Kangs, and also tease his future self, Scion.
Additionally, we have a page from Mark Waid and artist Paul Renaud’s backup story.
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