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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Fri Jun 29, 2012 12:08 pm

The Fantastic Four’s trip to Wakanda continues over in the sister title, with a very enjoyable story focussing on the kids of the Future Foundation. It really seems like ever since Hickman finished up his epic mega-arc, he’s been able to relax, and all of the subsequent stories have been a lot more fun. This issue was mainly about seeing the kids have fun in the jungle, but the way they defeated the evil Hyena Tribe was pretty cool, especially when Bentley kicked their chief right in the balls. I love Bentley, he’s like Stewie Griffin before that character jumped the shark. I also liked the introduction of Onome, a Wakandan kid who’s going to join the team, at last Val won’t be the only girl! Gabriel Hernandez Walta’s artwork was very good, and especially fitting for a book about children, it had the look of a storybook. Let’s hope the next issue of Fantastic Four is as good as this, and then the Wakanda arc will have been a success.
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