I wondered why Fantastic Four
shipped on the same week this month, when usually FF comes out the week following. Upon reading them, there was a specific story reason for this to be the case, although it was not really specifically spelled out in either book (Hint: You should read FF
As for the story itself-- Johnathon Hickman is firing on all thrusters on both books. I'm really surprised at how much I still like FF
post-Fantastic Four 600, as it is now essentially the Fantastic Four
's sub-plot book. But with the sub-plots being as good as they have been, who can complain about them?
I can't wait until next month's issues, which are supposed to wrap the majority of Hickman's running plot-lines, and I'm glad that Hickman has decided to stay with both books moving forward.