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Fantastic 4 ends with a packed issue this month

The final issue featuring Marvel’s first family is almost here, but will it signal a hiatus, or a permanent end for the team?

This April, four will stand together…one last time! Today, Marvel proudly presents your first look at FANTASTIC FOUR #645 – the oversized, senses shattering final issue! James Robinson and Leonard Kirk are joined by a murderers row of fantastic talent to give the First Family the grandest sendoff of them all!

Will the Fantastic Four defeat the Quiet Man and the corrupted forces of the Heroes Reborn universe? Will Johnny Storm get his powers back? Will Reed and Sue be a family again or will it all be torn asunder? Questions will be answered in this main feature story!

Then, special guests bring you four brand new stories featuring Marvel’s quintessential quartet! With heartfelt tales from Karl Kesel, Louise Simonson, Tom DeFalco and Jeff Parker and art by David Marquez, Joe Bennett, Tom Grummet and Pascal Campion – you can’t afford to miss this one!

Plus, iconic creators from across the Fantastic Four’s history share their all-time favorite covers! Hear from Stan Lee, John Byrne, Roger Stern, Mark Millar, Roy Thomas, Chris Claremont, John Romita Sr., Walt Simonson and more!

This is the end of the Fantastic Four – 4ever! Be there when the most controversial Fantastic Four story concludes in the extra-sized FANTASTIC FOUR #645!

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The end of an era right here. With the last issue of FF, Marvel puts on hiatus one of the oldest and best-loved of its properties. Sure the sales might not have been there for the last few years, but these are legendary characters.

I’m sure too, that at some point after Secret Wars (and after the FF movie comes out *ahem*), we’ll see another Fantastic Four comic. That’ll be a ways off though, as we already know that Johnny Storm will be coming to the Inhumans book as a regular character, and I’ve heard that Reed Richards will be figuring into a new book post-Summer as well.

So for now, this is it for the first family of Marvel Comics. I can’t say I’ve read an FF book in the last decade, but it still makes me a little sad to see the team go… even if it is just for the time being.

Fantastic Four #645 hist the racks from an all-star team of writers and artists (James Robinson, Karl Kesel, Louise Simonson, Tom Defalco, Jeff Parker, Leonard Kirk, Joe Bennett, David Marquez, Tom Grummet & Pascal Campion), on April 29th.

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