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By Stan Lee Jack Kirby | Comments: ( 327 ) | Date: ( Dec 08, 2019 )

Their achievements reflect the boundless energy of two creators at the top of their game with each issue, character and creation building upon and exceeding the scope of the last It s a list of accomplishments unparalleled in the history of comics the origin of Dr Doom the Frightful Four the Wedding of Reed Richards and Sue Storm the Inhumans the first appearance ofTheir achievements reflect the boundless energy of two creators at the top of their game with each issue, character and creation building upon and exceeding the scope of the last It s a list of accomplishments unparalleled in the history of comics the origin of Dr Doom the Frightful Four the Wedding of Reed Richards and Sue Storm the Inhumans the first appearance of the Silver Surfer the Galactus Saga the debut of the world s first black super hero, the Black Panther the cosmic clash between the FF, the Surfer and Dr Doom and, of course, This Man, This Monster the story widely regarded as the greatest FF tale of all Collecting the greatest stories from the World s Greatest Comics Magazine in one, massive collector s edition that has been painstakingly restored and recolored from the sharpest material in the Marvel Archives COLLECTING FANTASTIC FOUR 31 60, ANNUAL 2 4


  • Title: The Fantastic Four Omnibus Volume 2
  • Author: Stan Lee Jack Kirby
  • ISBN: 9780785185673
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Stan Lee Jack Kirby

Stan Lee born Stanley Martin Lieber is an American writer, editor, creator of comic book superheroes, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics.With several artist co creators, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co created Spider Man, the Fantastic Four, the X Men, Iron Man, the Hulk, Daredevil, the Silver Surfer, Dr Strange, and many other characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books He subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation.



Comments The Fantastic Four Omnibus Volume 2

  • Dan Schwent

    Fantastic Four Omnibus, Volume 2, contains Fantastic Four 31-60, plus annuals 2-4.Annual 2:Doctor Doom's origin is retold and he teams with Rama Tut against the Fantastic Four!Yeah, Doctor Doom again. While I already knew Doom and Reed went to college together, it was nice to read the story for the first time.31-34: The Fantastic Four take on the Mole Man, the Invincible Man, Attuma, and a billionaire named Gregory Gideon.Introducing Franklin Storm, Sue and Johnny's father, only to kill him off [...]


  • Kelly McCubbin

    There's a lot of revisionist history about Ol' Stan Lee and the Marvel Bullpen. Some of it's fair. Some not. But there is a moment about halfway through this volume where Johnny Storm is lying on the ground after having traveled through galaxies and dimensions beyond what he'd ever imagined where he lies quivering on the ground whimpering, "We're just ants. Ants!" where I defy you not to get swept up with the revolutionary fever fans must've felt in 1967 when Jack Kirby and Stan Lee simply chang [...]


  • Printable Tire

    Technically I returned the Omnibus to the library awhile ago, and just finished the Marvel Masterworks vol 6 today, but whatever. I and you don't have the patience for me to go over every issue here, but lemme tell ya, they're the best yet. The omnibus is worth getting just to read the original fan letters, the most interesting of which are from young American soldiers sent off to Viet Nam, or foreign dignitary's children, or Communists taking affront to always being portrayed as the bad guy, or [...]


  • Tyler Hayes

    Reading these Fantastic Four Omnibuses has given me a new appreciation for what Kirby and Lee did for superhero comics and for the storytelling fabric of the United States. Later writers and artists took the medium and the mythology to new heights, but those heights were achieved, as they say, by standing on the shoulders of these two giants. This volume contains the Galactus Trilogy, the cosmic, mythology-altering superhero epic by which all future "event comics" would eventually be measured, a [...]


  • De

    When I think of the Fantastic Four, it's mostly the stories from this volume that immediately spring to mind. A lot of the groundwork for the modern Marvel mythos is established here: the Inhumans, Silver Surfer, Galactus, and the Black Panther! The final story with Dr. Doom stealing the Silver Surfer's power cosmic and wreaking havoc on the planet is rife with great character moments, especially the "oh crap!" moment when Reed realizes what Doom has accomplished. If I were to criticize any of t [...]


  • Oliver Hodson

    This actually took me about two years to read and i got it in a big shipment from the states. I read it piece by piece getting through to galactus and the famous thing story. The writing was certainly wordy but really full of energy. I usually read everything in a book so the letter columns were at once a fabulous glimpse of the comics culture of the time and an occasional chore. I guess it just showed how the world building was going on off the pages as well as on them. I liked the style of enj [...]


  • The_Mad_Swede

    This is the second big hard cover volume collecting the early days of The Fantastic Four; more specifically, this one contains issues #31–60, Annuals #2–4, and Not Brand Echh #1. Like the preceding volume it is all written by Stan Lee in his prime, and pencilled by Jack Kirby (inked by Chic Stone, Frank Giacoia, Vince Colletta, and last but certainly not least, the inimitable Joe Sinnot). As with the previous volume, the original letter pages are included, which is a great boon in seeing how [...]


  • John Porcellino

    It was about three or four years back that I got into superhero comics-- by which I mean the classic superhero stuff of the 40s through 60s, and in particular the work of Mr. Jack Kirby. Superheroes get a bad rap, because they're awful. But these classic comics should not be dismissed. The Fantastic Four comics, the comics that begat the "Silver Age," stretched the boundaries of what superheroes were all about, but in this particular collection, which features the justifiably lauded "Galactus Tr [...]


  • guanaeps

    Issues 31-60 of Stan "The Man" Lee and Jack "King" Kirby's legendary run on Fantastic Four. It lives up to the hype. They start catching fire around issue 37 and never "flame off". Introducing such characters as The Inhumans, Black Panther, Silver Surfer and Galactus, this Omnibus is full of landmark Marvel moments that still have weight and relevance in Marvel comics today. Plus this stuff is just a lot of fun. Artie-Simek-lettering-jokes all day! This Omnibus is a beautiful Over-sized Hard Cov [...]


  • Nate

    Really great. I hadn't read these stories since I was a kid and I was really amazed at how enthralling they remain. Jack Kirby's imagination was a wondrous gift. Its pretty silly kids stuff but there's an element of unbridled creativity that really tickles my brain.


  • Rich Tommaso

    This is some of the greatest FF stuff (of course volume 1 is a lot of fun too--but I've read those too many times already). This volume contains some of the best Jack Kirby art on the FF--it's when his work really started to take shape and become bigger than life.


  • Brent

    Five stars for some great stories. The characters created in these early comics are still around today, and that's pretty amazing!


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