Comic Review: Fantastic Four (1961) #3

20441741._SX318_Fantastic Four (1961) #3

The Fantastic Four has now become world heroes! See the super family get their costumes for the first time. (Synopsis from Marvel.com)

Writer: Stan Lee

Illustrator: Jack Kirby

Published: March 1, 1962

Fantastic Four (1961) #3 was the first appearance of the Fantastic Four suits, Fantasti-car, and the Fantastic Four Skyscraper.

I really enjoyed this one. There was a lot of character depth in this comic. I got to know more about the characters and their relationships. There was a lot of tension between the four main characters. I was surprised by the amount of anger and fighting there was between them, but I loved it.

There was a lot more action in this one too. It was fast-paced from the first page.

The Miracle Man is my favorite villain so far. I wasn’t sure how it was going to come together in the end, but I liked the way they wrapped it up. He was ambitious, determined, and clever. He was the first one that really had me guessing.

 

 


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