This book continues to dance around the edges of what’s been happening in Fantastic Four in an enjoyable way, but I’m still none-the-wiser about what’s really going on, and it was annoying that there was no forward momentum from Fantastic Four #603, they ended in exactly the same place. I did like the action scene with the team taking on the Evolved Moloids, especially seeing Power Pack in action. You have to love Power Pack, just so goofy and fun. Nick Dragotta’s art was very good, I seem to be the only person in the world who liked Bobillo’s work, but I still enjoyed Dragotta very much, especially how he drew the blank-outline-man, who later turns out to be Future-Franklin. Right? I appreciated how Hickman kind of poked fun at himself for his portentous dialogue by having Franklin refer to it as ‘Weirdo Stuff). Good to know he has a sense of humour about himself.