I really enjoyed this one, picking up right where last week’s Fantastic Four #600 left off, we follow the FF kids as they regroup. The real star of this book is Valeria, she’s become a really interesting character, and one who’s motives are very mysterious and difficult to read. I’m not quite sure what’s going on with all the different machinations and evil plans going on in this book, there’s Evil Reed to consider, as well as Nathaniel Richards and Doctor Doom and Kristoff Bernhard. Too many geniuses! But of course this book is now about the kids, so Hickman wisely brings in some humour, which he’s getting better at, I loved the scene with Val making a Lightsaber, and Bentley 23 continues to be awesome. Juan Bobillo’s cartoonish art really helps with this tone, I loved his work on She-Hulk, and he really brings it here, the kids look like kids, and the weird stuff like Dragon Man and the fish people are depicted as suitably weird. I’m sure his style will be controversial and cause arguments, as any stylistic art does, but I like it. Whilst I’m still not sure whether we need tow Fantastic Four books, this one did go some way towards convincing me.