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Writer Matt Fraction established his reputation as an emerging talent with his work on Last of the Independents, which earned an "A" grade from Entertainment Weekly. After contributing to the X-Men Unlimited anthology, Fraction launched Punisher War Journal with artist Ariel Olivetti and Immortal Iron Fist with co-writer Ed Brubaker and artist David Aja - both of which met with critical and fan acclaim. Next came Invincible Iron Man with artist Salvador Larroca, premiering the same month as the blockbuster film; and Uncanny X-Men, written in tandem with Brubaker. Also a talented filmmaker and graphic designer, Fraction remains one of Marvel's most popular writers. His credits include a solo turn on Uncanny X-Men, the post-Siege epic Thor and its successor The Mighty Thor, the 2011 blockbuster Fear Itself, and the relaunched Defenders. In addition to his Marvel work, Fraction writes Casanova, illustrated by Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon, and Five Fists of Science, pitting Mark Twain and Nikola Tesla against Thomas Edison and J.P. Morgan.

Artist Michael Allred debuted in late 1989 with Slave Labor Graphics' Dead Air, but the Tundra Publishing debut of Madman immediately established him as a leading creative force in the industry and earned him three Eisner Award nominations and a Harvey Award win for Best New Series. Allred followed the series with Dark Horse's sci-fi/rock'n'roll multi-media project (a film, an album, a comic) Red Rocket 7 and AAA Pop's The Atomics. He came to Marvel in 2001, helping relaunch the pop-inspired and acclaimed X-Force (later X-Statix). He later illustrated The Golden Plates, an adaptation of the book of Mormon, and began on a new Madman series, Madman Atomic Comics, for Image Comics. He and Neil Gaiman created the Metamorpho story in DC Comics' Eisner- and Harvey Award-winning Wednesday Comics. Allred is also an accomplished filmmaker, actor and singer/guitarist for The Gear who will release their third album, The Sane Insane, in 2012. Color blind, he's more than lucky to have the Eisner Award-winning colorist Laura Allred to light up his work and life.

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Correct contents for this TPB collection! 7. April 2014
Von Eduardo E. - Veröffentlicht auf
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Hello! I haven't read this collection. I'm writing here to say that amazon wrongly states the content for FF-Volume 2 as being FF #9-13, when the correct one is FF #9-16, which means that this is the final collection for the series.
UPDATE: Mike Allred is the main attraction here, and starting with issue #13, I guess, he's responsible for the writing too, together with his brother Lee. The stories are very quirky and the thing is,IMO, you need to have a deep knowledge of FF to fully appreciate this book.
Two F's in the title and neither one stands for "fun" 11. Juni 2015
Von S. Robert Katz - Veröffentlicht auf
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This was a clear step up from the first volume (which was actually the second chapter; issues 1-3 of this series are confusingly collected in Fraction's first volume of this book's sister title, Fantastic Four). It might not seem so clear by my rating, since I also gave the previous volume two stars, but that's because I couldn't quite bring myself to knock volume one down to one star, and I sure as heck couldn't justify giving this one three stars. Neither book is good, but this one is quite a bit better.

This series' strength is the fun, pop art of Mike Allred (colored, as always, by his wife Laura; one fill-in issue per volume by Joe Quinones). It looks fun, it sounds like fun, it just isn't fun. It's not fun at all. I found it to be bland and frivolous, but not so silly and off-the-wall to justify its existence. The contrast between how fun it should have been-- and thinks it is-- and how not fun it is in reality was very jarring. The first volume actually worsened my mood as I read it. It made me question my love of comics. I'd already purchased this volume, so I figured I might as well get it over with. Fortunately it's much better, but it still represents so much that I'm discovering I hate about comics.

I didn't care about the characters. It's all very self-indulgent (though, again, not self-indulgent enough to be enjoyable). It's predictable. At least this volume has the series attempting a wrap-up, but the plotlines and mysteries don't pay off. There are all these elements that seem like they should be cool and/or interesting, but the result is just kind of flat and depressing. It's just impossible to figure out what the point of all this is, except that Matt Fraction and Mike Allred wanted to make a comic that was more fun to create than it is to read.
what comics should be 3. Januar 2015
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Genius. More comics should be this fun. Not silly just and out fun. I hate seeing it end and get a kick out of every re-reading. The art is just frosting on the sugar bread yet it never gets sickeningly sweet.
Five Stars 27. Mai 2015
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Good stuff.
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This volume is better than Volume 1, but that isn't saying much. 23. Juli 2014
Von Matt Anderson - Veröffentlicht auf
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Collects FF (2012) issues #9-16

This volume is better than Volume 1, but that isn't saying much. Dr. Doom had been established as a person that could work alongside the FF in Jonathan Hickman's run on the Fantastic Four, but Matt Fraction has now went out of his way to undo this and make Doom a super villain whose evil motivation is unclear.

Also, it is worth mentioning that Fraction wrote himself, Mike Allred (artist), and Tom Brevoort (editor) into this book. They appear and go on a mini-adventure with the FF.

I'm liking Scott Lang more, and appreciated his understanding of Pym Particles.

Issue #9 (about Bentley's documentary) was actually pretty good, but that's where the goodness stops.
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