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Dark Reign: Fantastic Four (Fantastic Four (Marvel Paperback)) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 21. Oktober 2009

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Marvels aktuelles Event ist Dark Reign. Nach der Secret Invasion ist Norman Osborn zum Helden hochstilisiert worden, und ist höchster Chef der Sicherheit der USA. Nachdem er SHIELD abschaffte, gründete er mit ihm ergebenen Personal seine eigene Organisation namens HAMMER und auch seine eigenen Rächer, die Dark Avengers.
Dark Reign zieht sich durch die meisten Marvel-Serien, so auch das Tie-In hier bei den FV.

Das Heim der First Familiy wurde erneut zerstört, und die Uhren stehen auf Wiederaufbau.
Reed Richard hat Schuldgefühle wegen der seiner Meinung nach von ihm mitverschuldeten negativen Folgen des Civil War. Also konstruiert er eine Maschine, mit der er in andere Realitäten mit anderen Zeitlinien schauen kann, und beginnt diese auszuwerten.

Als nun Truppen von Hammer die Stromversorgung des Gebäudes lahmlegen, kommt es zu einer Fehlversorgung, und Sue, Ben und Johnny werden durch diverse Realitäten geschleudert. Die Truppen von Hammer und Norman Osborne mit Dark-Spider-Man abzuwehren, bleibt also die Aufgabe der Kinder Val und Franklin...

Jonathan Hickman hat hier eine nette kleine Geschichte mit Logikfehlern geschaffen, die wenig Auswirkungen auf das Gesamtkonzept Dark Reign hat. Diverse Fragen bleiben unbeantwortet, z.B. warum Osborne so ein Interesse hat, die FV durch Gesetze lahm zu legen, oder warum die FV der gemessen an Galaktus kleinen Bande von Eindringlingen so nahezu hilflos entgegenstehen. Oder warum Osborne, der Stratege, offenbar komplett unvorbereitet bei den FV auftaucht.

Wem das nichts ausmacht, kann hier ein Popcorncomic mit den Fantastischen 4 auf der Reise durch diverse Welten erleben. Gezeichnet hat das ganze Sean Chen.
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HASH(0x9c7ccdd4) von 5 Sternen Ignore the product description. 14. März 2010
Von D. Ness - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Ignore the product description for Dark Reign Fantastic Four. HAMMER does not invade the Baxter Building. Norman and a few agents drop by to issue Reed a summons stating they either have to work for him or be charged as criminals. Franklin and Val run interference with Osborn while Reed tests his newest device called "The Bridge". I'll leave it to you to read and find out what this device does. So don't be prepared to be blown away, just prepare to be amused as Osborn and Reed exchange threats. I have know idea what horrible loss Human Torch suffers and it's mentioned that Franklin and Val went shopping. As to the time travel and alternate realities, yes there is that, but it's as fun as reading a What if? or Exiles.

For a Dark Reign title this is definitely more related to Fantastic Four than Norman Osborn. I generally don't read a lot of Fantastic Four so I don't know how important this story is in regards to the regular Fantastic Four timeline. It is interesting enough for those who are familiar with Reed Richards involvement with Civil War and Secret Invasion, as the main point of the story is "Is Reed Richards responsible for the current state of the Marvel Universe".

Takes place just as the Fantastic Four have finished fixing the Baxter Building and in the process of moving back in.
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HASH(0x9c4c9abc) von 5 Sternen The New Guy Takes Over 2. März 2012
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This volume reprints Dark Reign: Fantastic Four #1-5 and Dark Reign: The Cabal. I haven't read much of the Dark Reign series, but it appears that the villains are falling out amongst themselves. Meanwhile, Mr Fantastic decides to Solve Everything, and builds a machine to let him look at all the parallel/possible earths to see which ones worked out. Not many, it appears, and his teaming up with Tony Stark and Hank Pym in previous conspiracies has been the basis for most of the world's problems. Meanwhile, Norman Osborne breaks in to the Baxter Building, causing a power fluctuation which sends the rest of the FF into a trip through some of the possible/parallel worlds, leaving Franklin and Valeria to face Norman Osborne. He didn't stand a chance. A few seeds for the writer's run on the Fantastic Four comic are planted here, such as Franklin and Valeria's abilities and the League of Parallel Reed Richardses. Although a good story in itself, it is just the springboard for the current series which takes the Fantastic Four back to being The World's Greatest Comic Magazine.
HASH(0x9c8bf690) von 5 Sternen Fantastic 4 is light on the dark reign stuff. 20. Juli 2015
Von THowerton - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Marvel's first family barely suffers much under Norman Osborn's time of "dark reign". This interconnection is slight at best and for fans of Osborn's dark Avengers and the great villain himself they will be left much wanting. The best part of the book does concern Osborn as he comes calling to serve Reed Richards papers but Osborn has to instead contend with the Richards' kids, Franklin and Val. While fun it was shocking to see how Osborn ultimately tried to deal with them. As for the real storyline of the book: it involves braniac Reed Richards developing an interdimensional "bridge" that allows him to see how events on other earth's played out and he comes to the conclusion that he is the only one (as in solo) who can righteously and truly act to protect the earth from all of the dire events and catastrophes that have befallen it. Ego much? While he's figuring this out Sue, Ben, and Johnny get flung around is some weird side-time bubble and we get to see them in different roles. It was yawn inducing. Writer Hickman likes big events, pseudo-scientific techno-babble. Interpersonal interrational aspects of characters are either not his strength or not his interest and he shows that here.

But there is one fascinating bit for readers, like myself, who have come to this so late but have already read the events of Infinity and the problem of the multiversal earth incursions from the past three years and that is you can see Hickman laying the seeds, the groundwork to that storyline in these "dark reign" pages. This made it slightly more interesting for me but had I not been familiar with those storylines and could see how this tied in it would have dropped this book to close to 2.75 stars.
HASH(0x9c8acb64) von 5 Sternen This book is the true begging to Hickman's legendary run on the Fantastic Four 7. April 2014
Von Matt Anderson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Collects Dark Reign: Fantastic Four issues #1-5

When I set out to read Jonathan Hickman's run on Fantastic Four, I assumed that the best place to start would be Volume 1 of Fantastic Four by Hickman. Surprisingly, this was not the correct place to start. I was actually supposed to start with this book, Dark Reign.

I heard that a reading order was available online for reading between both Hickman's Fantastic Four and his Future Foundation. It was on this reading order list that I discovered Dark Reign was the beginning of his run. Dark Reign was a great read, and definitely set the stage for the "Solve Everything" storyline that Volume 1 presented.

This book has a lot of the fun with the Multiverse that we have seen Hickman play with in the past. The jist of the story is that Reed wants to see where things went wrong. How did we get to this bad place? Was there any way to avoid it? To do this, he creates a device, called the Bridge, to observe other realities in the Multiverse. He wants to observe similar universes to see how they dealt with their similar events. Hopefully, by doing this, he could figure out how to solve all of the world's current problems.

The Dark Reign tie-in was minimal, but still there. Besides the few issues that H.A.M.M.E.R. appeared in, there is also a brief Dr. Doom/Namor story at the end of the book that connects with Norman Osborn's Cabal.

Spoilers:

-Somehow, while Reed was only able to observe the Multiverse, the Bridge inadvertently sent the other three members of the Fantastic Four through different adventures in the Multiverse (where they seemingly didn't remember who they really were). The adventures were so diverse, that I didn't care if they didn't make any sense.

-I loved seeing Reed go over the events of Civil War, the Illuminati, and Secret Invasion. Seeing the alternate realities was a lot of fun for me, and the conclusions that Reed came to are staggering. The only way to have perfect peace in a universe was for Reed to act unilaterally in the hard decisions. This revelation leads directly into Volume 1 of Hickman's Fantastic Four. I do wish that I had read this first, but at the same time, knowing what is coming up next gave this volume's importance more weight.

-Franklin starts to get his powers back in this volume, as displayed when he shoots Norman with a toy gun.

-The Bridge was able to find 12,435,018 other parallel universes, but I don't believe this is the exhaustive list. They are just the ones that the Bridge was able to scan.
HASH(0x9c59f8e8) von 5 Sternen Good jumping on point for FF 8. Juli 2015
Von Ben Martin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This really set the tone for Hickman's Fantastic Four run very well. We are introduced to the overall themes of the run, with Reed out to solve all the world's problems by checking in on other universes to see how things turned out.

This gets 4 stars simply because I really enjoyed Hickman's run and this is an essential point to start it off in the wake of Civil War and Secret Invasion. It's a great look at Reed as a character and his motivations.

I left off the last star because it's really NOT a good look at any other characters on the team itself. Human Torch, Thing and Invisible Woman are off on some nonsensical, reality-hopping adventure that makes less and less sense as they go along. That was pretty disappointing. It is a nice introduction to Sue and Reed's children, Franklin and Valeria, for someone who hadn't read much FF stuff over the 15 years or so preceding this story, and since they would play an essential role going forward, that was good to have as well.
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