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Preview: Future Foundation #5

Future Foundation #5

(W) Jeremy Whitley (A) Alti Firmansyah (CA) Carlos Pacheco
Rated T
In Shops: Dec 18, 2019
SRP: $3.99


The Future Foundation once banded together to help the Fantastic Four rebuild the entire Multiverse. Now they may have brought about its collapse. As the team reels from last issue’s death, the Maker is getting further out of reach. The team that promised to solve all the Multiverse’s problems is inches away from watching everything die – again.

Future Foundation #5

Preview: Future Foundation #4

Future Foundation #4

(W) Jeremy Whitley (A) Alti Firmansyah (CA) Carlos Pacheco
Rated T
In Shops: Nov 13, 2019
SRP: $3.99


The Future Foundation’s fight to save Molecule Man comes to a head! And there’ll be no rainbow after a storm like this. This issue, someone dies. Don’t miss Professor Power and his team meeting their Maker – and more!

Future Foundation #4

Preview: Future Foundation #3

Future Foundation #3

(W) Jeremy Whitley (A) Will Robson, Paco Diaz (CA) Carlos Pacheco
Rated T
In Shops: Oct 02, 2019
SRP: $3.99


Owen Reece – a.k.a. Molecule Man – once helped reshape the entire multiverse. Now his body is scattered across the cosmos – and the Future Foundation is out to put him back together. But they’re not the only ones. It’s a race across space as the Maker sets his sights on pieces of Reece! And with a prison security system out to murder them all, the Future Foundation is already behind the mark. But the Foundation has a secret weapon. Find out at last who Julie Power set out to rescue from that intergalactic prison – and why the Maker should be very, very afraid.

Future Foundation #3

Exclusive Preview: Future Foundation #2

Future Foundation #2

Writer: Jeremy Whitley
Art: Will Robson & Paco Diaz
Ink: Will Robson, Paco Diaz, & Daniele Orlandini
Color: Greg Menzie with Chris O’Halloran
Letters: Joe Caramagna
Cover Art: Carlos Pacheco
Rated T
In Shops: Sep 04, 2019
SRP: $3.99


The Future Foundation and Yondu planned the perfect prison break, but nobody counted on having to stage two! But when their security breach reveals that Mr. Fantastic is locked away in the galaxy’s greatest prison, their perfect plan falls apart. Now Julie – and the person she came to break out – are on their own as Alex leads Yondu, Dragon Man, and Bentley into a high-security cellblock full of the most dangerous criminals in the galaxy to save a friend and mentor. But the real Reed Richards is back on Earth – and the Future Foundation is about to break out his greatest enemy.

Future Foundation #2

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Future Foundation #1

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Review: Future Foundation #1

Future Foundation #1

The Future Foundation is back! While the Fantastic Four is back on Earth, these brilliant young men and women are traveling the multiverse attempting to find the pieces of Molecule Man. But first, a jailbreak. Future Foundation #1 is a lot of fun and solid return for a series and “team” that’s been missing for far too long.

Writer Jeremy Whitley delivers a first issue that’s a whole lot of fun. It also feels a bit over the top in that it’s kids doing a jailbreak. It feels inappropriate in a certain way that makes it all the more cheeky.

Future Foundation #1 is a solid start that should keep long-time fans happy. It’s also a comic that has more than enough that new readers can ease into it all. Whitley delivers both and with Yondu acting as a Professor, the comic feels a bit out there in possibilities and the crazy.

Will Robson‘s art is solid. Along with Daniele Orlandini on ink, Greg Menzie on color, and Joe Caramagna on lettering, the kids look like kids. That aspect makes it all a bit more comical too. To see a teenager (tween maybe) wield a massive gun is beyond humorous. To see kids plot a jailbreak and do what they do, it’s hard to not smile. Every kid just looks fantastic and there’s a youthful fun about it all.

Future Foundation #1 is a solid start to a series and definitely has a tone and direction I wasn’t expecting. To have a meta-story about Molecule Man and then adventures on the side, this should be a series that’s a solid mix of Fantastic Four, Doctor Who, and just solid sci-fi. Add in a good dose of humor and you have a series that’ll put a smile on your face.

Story: Jeremy Whitley Art: Will Robson
Ink: Will Robson, Daniele Orlandini Color: Greg Menzie
Letterer: Joe Caramagna
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 8.0 Recommendation:

Marvel provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Dead End Kids #1

Wednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

Each week our contributors choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.

Absolute Carnage #1 (Marvel) – Marvel’s big Spider-Man/Venom event officially kicks off and after such a long build-up, we’re excited to see where it goes.

Agents of Atlas #1 (Marvel) – We got a glimpse of this team during War of the Realms and we want to see more of these characters who definitely deserve more of the spotlight.

Coffin Bound #1 (Image Comics) – the first printing is already sold out. This one’s a hot commodity… if you can find it!

The Death-Defying Devil #1 (Dynamite Entertainment) – Gail Simone brings back this classic character.

Dead End Kids #1 (Source Point Press) – A coming of age tale during the 90s as friends need to deal with the murder of one of their own.

Future Foundation #1 (Marvel) – We’ve always been a fan of the Future Foundation so we’re beyond excited they’re back in their own series. Like the FF, they’ve been gone far too long.

House of X #2 (Marvel) – We want to see where Hickman takes this series.

Lois Lane #2 (DC Comics) – The first issue blew us away which has us more excited for the second.

No One Left to Fight #2 (Dark Horse) – For the die-hard manga fans out there. A great homage and love letter to the genre.

Preview: Future Foundation #1

Future Foundation #1

(W) Jeremy Whitley (A) Will Robson (CA) Carlos Pacheco
Rated T
In Shops: Aug 07, 2019
SRP: $3.99


When the Richards family is called back to Earth to be the Fantastic Four again, they left behind the Future Foundation – a think tank of the most brilliant young minds in the universe – with one mission: to find the pieces of and rebuild their friend Molecule Man. But that’s proved harder than imagined as this crew of young geniuses, Atlanteans, Mutants, Moloids and androids have run into every problem in the Multiverse. Now, with the leadership of Alex and Julie Power and a little extra firepower from guest professor Yondu Udonta, the team will undergo their most dangerous mission yet – a PRISON BREAK! Jeremy Whitley (UNSTOPPABLE WASP) and Will Robson (GREAT LAKES AVENGERS; Spawn) take the Future Foundation on a heart-pounding journey across time and space!

Future Foundation #1

Marvel’s Spider-Man Gets Two New Suits Today, Bombastic Bag Man and Future Foundation

Insomniac GamesMarvel’s Spider-Man for the Playstation 4 is getting even more outfits for you to swing around in.

In Amazing Spider-Man #258, Spider-Man was wearing the symbiote costume and the Fantastic Four helped him get it off leaving him in his underpants. To conceal his identity he borrowed a Fantastic Four costume and a grocery bag to hide his identity, hence Bombastic Bag Man!

Marvel's Spider-Man Bombastic Bag Man

But, that’s not the only history of Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four. Spider-Man joined the Fantastic Four when they were the Future Foundation donning a black and white costume.

Both costumes are available today by downloading patch 1.14.

Marvel's Spider-Man Future Foundation