IGN is reporting that James Robinson and Leonard Kirk will be the new creative team on Marvel's Fantastic Four, which is getting relaunched with a new number one issue in February after Matt Fraction lost interest in the book and its companion, FF. The story reportedly takes a unique approach, starting at the end with the Fantastic Four's death, with the rest of the run explaining how it all happened. Reportedly, USA Today has filed a lawsuit against Marvel for breaking their longstanding agreement to spoil all important character deaths in the newspaper before the issue sees print.
UPDATE: IGN pulled their story, indicating that the news might have been embargoed, and they shouldn't have released it yet. It's out there now though, and we'll just have to wait for official confirmation.
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