The Fantastic Four: Visionaries graphic novels by John Byrne are a great collection for Marvel fans. These classic comics have been around for a long time, but this volume focuses on the later half of the run, which features a new creative team. Unlike previous volumes, this collection skips over the first two issues and the storyline that ends with Galactus and the Sphinx battling each other.
The first collection contains the work of Marv Wolfman, Bill Mantlo, and John Byrne. The series was dreadfully dull at this time. The Frightful Four made an appearance, but it was only to promote Marvel’s promotional efforts. At the end of the run, Byrne wrote a two-part story, which anticipated themes in his main run.
In the following volume, Byrne combines the work of three other Marvel Visionaries, including Walter Simonson and John Byrne. These three men contributed to the best-selling stories of the Fantastic Four. The trade paperbacks listed here are organized in chronological order. Each story in this volume is written by Byrne, and includes a story that hints at themes to come.
The final volume features stories by Marv Wolfman, Bill Mantlo, and Chris Clare. Byrne’s stories are very different than his main run, as the Fantastic Four had become stale. In addition, the X-Men were thrown into the Negative Zone to promote Marvel’s heroes. The arcs in this collection of stories also predict themes from Byrne’s main run.
Fantastic Four #1251-257 contains a story about the Human Torch and the Super-Skrull, while the last issue is a fight between the Fantastic Four and Herbie. The Fantastic Four’s next issue contains a story about the X-Men’s new partner, Dazzler, who was originally a promotional tool for Marvel. Despite the lack of continuity in this volume, the final two parts of the volume feature a four-part epic that anticipates themes and ideas that will become prominent in Byrne’s main run.
In contrast to the Visionaries series, the Fantastic Four are a much more important part of Marvel’s comics than their predecessors. In these books, the work of Byrne and Walter Simonson shines in its quality and the stories are highly acclaimed. In addition, byrne’s visionaries will provide fans with a more complete collection of these classic comics.
In addition to the Visionaries series, the Fantastic Four were the creators of the first two editions of the series. This book focuses on the original stories written by John Byrne. It also collects the Marvel Two-In-One #50 and the first two issues of Fantastic Four #220-221. Aside from the Fantastic Four, this volume reveals the first incarnations of the Frightful Four and the first encounters of the team with the Frightful Four.
The second volume of the Fantastic Four Visionaries collects stories by Marv Wolfman and Bill Mantlo, bringing them to the end of their run with a four-part epic set deep inside the Negative Zone. Although this volume is not essential to the Fantastic Four, it is important for fans of the series to have this volume. Its stories are full of character-building and are a must-have for FF fans.
This volume features the works of Marv Wolfman, John Byrne, and George Perez. Among these writers, Byrne’s four-part epic deep inside the Negative Zone is a must-have for fans of the Fantastic Four. The two-part story is full of memorable moments and is recommended for those who enjoy the work of these comics. Byrne’s visionaries volumes are essential to the Marvel Universe.
The Fantastic Four: A compilation of John Byrne’s stories, this volume is a must-have for any fan of the Fantastic Four. Despite the title, this collection is not only full of memorable moments but also contains memorable scenes from the series’ first run. The Fantastic Four: The Visionaries Vol. 1 is a great introduction to the history of the Marvel universe and a fantastic collection of classic comics.