While the power of the Human Torch raged out of control, Reed Richards ’biggest failure was to come back to break the Fantastic Four.
Warning: there is a preview for Amazing Four #39!
In a preview for Fantastic Four #39, Reed Richards shows that, even though he is the wisest man in the universe, he still cannot focus on solving the problems of the people closest to him. His inability to find a cure for Ben Grimm, aka the Thing, has plagued the group since its inception, but now Reed has also failed his brother -in -law, Johnny Storm, aka the Human Torch.
After a space voyage exposed by scientist Reed Richards, his wife Sue Storm, his brother Johnny, and pilot Ben Grimm to a dangerous dose of cosmic rays, the quartet got a remarkable powers that made them Marvel Comics’ first superhero group, the Fantastic Four. However, for Ben Grimm those powers came with a curse: his appearance was transformed into a terrible creature with stone -like skin, a “thing.” Ben’s position on Marvel’s trademark “superheroes with super-problems” approach to characters. Giving them the issues that readers can relate to humanized these amazing people, which makes them more likable (and very successful.) It’s no coincidence that Thing is still one of the most beloved characters in the Marvel, and this is one of the reasons why his condition will never be completely cured, which creates a huge paradox. If Reed is the smartest man in the universe, able to do almost anything thanks to his wisdom, why can’t he? find a cure for the Thing after all these years?
Fantastic Four That question is answered by focusing on Reed’s priorities. The Human Torch, Johnny Storm, recently lost control of his powers after he was bombed by Dr. Doom and concentrated cosmic rays (because of his fiancee cheating on him with Johnny.) Now, the Human Torch can’t extinguish his flame, and is forced to live in a containment suit that barely restrains his power, in essence transferring the roles of the Thing as rejected by the group. on Fantastic Four #39, the other group went to court for a hearing where their right to be the legal guardian of their children was questioned by the Wizard, who wanted to recover his young Bentley-23 clone. When Johnny confronts Reed, reminding him that he has not kept his promise to find a cure for his condition, Reed responds that he is very busy right now: “Right now, my kids need me. ”Enjoy the preview, below:
Johnny’s moaning was understandable. He points out that there is always something to hinder, even a crisis threatening the world that needs Reed’s attention or others related to his family. This is a strong point, one that hurts the Fantastic Four to their core. Johnny explains that he’s not, really, part of Reed’s family, or at least not considered so, because he’s always focused on Sue and their children. Same day can be applied to the Object, however. How many times has Ben watched Reed play with Franklin or Valeria, and thought he could use that time to find a cure so he could also live normally. Johnny was impatient with Ben, and he yelled at that, “Nothing is more important than that!“before being slapped by his sister Sue in an embarrassing moment.
Murag Fantastic Four finally forced Reed to actually face his failure to help those closest to him by replacing Ben Grimm’s stoic suffering with Johnny Storm’s anger. Readers will have to wait to see if Johnny’s crisis will damage the family unity that has always been the strongest in the Fantastic Four. What is certain is that the Human Torch calling Reed Richard’s lack of dedication means just that Mr. FantasticThe biggest failure was to harass the group once again as such Fantastic Four #39 hit retailers on Jan. 12.
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