Fantastic Four #36 continues the cosmic evolution of Johnny Storm, who Doctor Doom calls the “true human torch” when he shoots Johnny with a Regan, causing his fiery powers to return completely. FF #34.
Unable to lock down his powers, Johnny quickly goes from being FF’s happy-go-lucky adventurer to emotional wreck as he faces a fate not unlike Ben Grimm, who is traditionally (but not always) the Forever Thing. as it gets stuck. – but with far more dangerous implications for anyone or anything in the vicinity that is not fireproof.
In this four-page preview from writer Dan Slott, artists Nico Leone and Dono Sanchez-Almara, and letterer Joe Carmagna, Johnny is a flamed-on freak in Reed Richards’ lab as self-proclaimed Mr. Fantastic tries to figure out How to stop Johnny from getting hotter and hotter because cosmic energy builds up uncontrollably in his body.
At the same time, Reed’s teenage son, Franklin Richards, has a solution that might work for everyone: dismantle Johnny’s extra-cosmic power, and use it to re-empower his reality-altering abilities. On the other hand, Sue Richards, Johnny’s sister and Franklin’s mother, finds it a bit selfish.
Here’s the preview, which also includes Mark Brooks’ cover:
The family drama surrounding Johnny comes hot (we laugh at ourselves at least) about the secrets of the Richards family, which were revealed in September 15’s Fantastic Four #35, which could have far-reaching implications for Reed and the bunch. could.
Fantastic Four #36 (which also doubles as Legacy Number #681 – note we’re moving to FF #700) is set to end on September 22.
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