Rom continues to search out Dire Wraiths on Earth – and uncovers a plot to free his mortal enemies from Limbo! Despite a new character who is a bit hard to believe, this third issue from the team of Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema is another solid offering.
L.R. “Skip” Collins — an average Joe who might be “the most powerful man who ever lived” — causes havoc for the Fantastic Four. John Byrne continues his run as FF writer/artist with his first two-part tale.
Rom continues to find Dire Wraiths embedded throughout West Virginia – including those working on a lethal laser project! Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema deliver a solid second issue, but one that lacks the punch of this series’ excellent debut.
The Human Torch goes on a mission to clear the name of a deceased lowlife — and runs into Hammerhead instead! This fine solo outing for the Torch marks John Byrne’s second issue as writer/artist of the Fantastic Four.
Rom, greatest spaceknight of Galador, brings his centuries-old battle against the Dire Wraiths to Earth. Writer Bill Mantlo and artist Sal Buscema team on the debut of this chronically underrated series.
Superstar artist John Byrne tries his hand at writing and inking, too, as he takes over the Fantastic Four and quickly restores Marvel’s struggling flagship to past glory.