A definite necessity for the hardcore fan and curious novice.
This is firmly within the strong writing of Stan Lee and art of Jack Kirby and others that made Fantastic four the greatest comic book of the time.
His artwork is at his peak, and the inking throughout most of the book by Joe Sinnot is impeccable.
This book collects Issue 84-110 of the Fantastic Four and Issue 102 marks the end of Jack Kirby and Stan Lee's partnership on the strip with Kirby's sudden departure at the start... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Adam
This book contains the Fantastic Four issues #84-110 where they battle most of their toughest and most relentless foes. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Charles Ashbacher
well true believers this is the last of jack and stan and they go out with a bang...the FF takes on the mole man and Dr Doom then the skrulls kidnap the thing and sell him off the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by what
You can't go wrong with Kirby & Sinnott. The only possible drawback would be it's in b&w, but there is the Marvel Masterworks series if you just HAVE to HAVE your comics in color. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Matthew & Rhonda McDaniel
This is firmly within the strong writing of Stan Lee and art of Jack Kirby and others that made Fantastic four the greatest comic book of the time.Published 17 months ago by David Soltys
Absolutely my very favorite of all the Essentials. Kirby simply hits his stride through this period and just leaves the reading wanting more. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Billie Killingsworth
classic fantastic four tales by jack kirby and stan lee - wish I still had the original comic books, but this is almsot as good. great book at great price, delivered on timePublished on November 23, 2012 by Richard Rogers
Look, enough with the hand-wringing and false speculation. Lee and Kirby's split involved several factors I'll touch on - BRIEFLY - in a sec, but FF Vol 5 is the end of their... Read morePublished on October 25, 2008 by dibby
Not unlike professional sports, it is pretty rare to see talent in comics stick with a title for more than a couple years. Read morePublished on March 30, 2008 by mrliteral