The Fantastic Four are about to enter an all-new era. The upcoming run by writer Ryan North and artist Iban Coello will be ripe with mystery and overflowing with suspense as it finds the team separated after a devastating incident back in New York. The first three issues will deliver exciting standalone adventures starring Ben Grimm and Alicia, Reed and Sue, and Johnny before the team’s heartbreaking and revelatory reunion in February’s Fantastic Four #4!
In addition to gracing the series with breathtaking main covers, legendary artist Alex Ross will mark this major milestone with a series of variant covers for the opening four issues. Presented in striking black and white and capturing the team’s timeless appeal, the iconic Fantastic Four artist has crafted classic portraits of all four members of the team in these solo variant covers.
Discover what happened to the Fantastic Four and find out what it will take to bring them back together when Ryan North and Iban Coello’s Fantastic Four begins on November 9. For more information, visit Marvel.com.
FANTASTIC FOUR #1: Written by RYAN NORTH; Art by IBAN COELLO; Solo Variant Cover by ALEX ROSS; On Sale 11/9
FANTASTIC FOUR #2: Written by RYAN NORTH; Art by IBAN COELLO; Solo Variant Cover by ALEX ROSS; On Sale 12/7
FANTASTIC FOUR #3: Written by RYAN NORTH; Art by IBAN COELLO; Solo Variant Cover by ALEX ROSS; On Sale 1/4
FANTASTIC FOUR #4: Written by RYAN NORTH; Art by IBAN COELLO; Solo Variant Cover by ALEX ROSS; On Sale 2/15
[Based on a press release.]
I love me some Alex Ross but on my phone it REALLY looks like Sue has three breasts, which is not traditionally part of her power set.
Their costumes look like they’re made of plastic. I’m surprised this came from Ross. He normally is much better than this.
It’s the costumes’ unstable molecules’ fault.
@Maytree: I suspect that the three breast effect is because he accurately copied what a pair of lights were doing on a shiny costume, without looking again and noticing how those lights could be misread. Because once you get past that, her breasts are much more in the right place than many’s the otherwise good comic artist will manage, but at first glance, or in small view… yeah.