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Fantastic Four’s 60th anniversary issue sports John Romita Jr. art and plenty of Kang(s)

Well we know what else John Romita Jr. has been working on back at Marvel. Issue 35 of Fantastic Four celebrates the team’s 60th anniversary.

I voted for Kodos

Not too long ago, Marvel Comics revealed that legendary artist John Romita Jr. would be returning to the company. They kept what he was working on a secret at the time, though we’re seeing what it was revealed now.

Just last week we told you about the Trial of Magneto over in the X-books, and now we have Fantastic Four #35. A super-sized comic, this new issue will land in August, following up on the events from Doctor Doom’s wedding. So the fallout from that is going to be paramount. Though, there’s another little issue for the FF to deal with as well.

Kang is back… well, Kangs.

The entire Kang bloodline is out to destroy every era of the Fantastic Four! How can Reed, Sue, Ben and Johnny hope to survive simultaneous attacks across their lifetimes by Rama Tut, the Scarlet Centurion, Kang the Conqueror and Kang’s final descendant, the sinister Scion?! Still dealing with the repercussions of Doctor Doom’s climactic wedding, the groundbreaking changes to the Fantastic Four’s status quo are just beginning. Plus: Mark Waid and Paul Renaud deliver dramatic new insights into the origin of the fabulous foursome in an all-new anniversary tale and a third story written and drawn by Jason Loo in his Marvel Comics debut!

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Along with writer Dan Slott, look for John Romita Jr’s FF debut this August the 25th.

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