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With the Marvel First Family set to reunite in Fantastic Four #551, Marvel has commissioned Art Adams to create a unique variant cover for the issue.

Take the jump for the full cover and more info on the issue.

FANTASTIC FOUR #551
Written by DWAYNE MCDUFFIE
Penciled by PAUL PELLETIER
Cover by MICHAEL TURNER

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FANTASTIC FOUR #551 ART ADAMS VARIANT
Written by DWAYNE MCDUFFIE
Penciled by PAUL PELLETIER
Variant Cover by ART ADAMS

Why is Dr. Doom the Earth’s last hope? And could he be right about Mr. Fantastic? The shocking answers to these questions and much, much more in Fantastic Four #551, now featuring a standard cover by Michael Turner and a variant by Art Adams.

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Both issues arrive October 31st for $2.99.

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7 Comments

  1. Sorry to be the nay sayer but how do Johnny, Reed, and Sue look any better in the Adams version? I’m not saying Turner did a good job but Art Adams IMO has only successfully captured the Thing and he doesn’t have a cool Doctor Doom figure in his. I’d call this a draw.

  2. that’s a real artist at work, because ya know?
    you don’t see the style that Adams created LONGSHOT
    with at all. No mullet, no weirdo cheekbones, just Marvel.
    that’s ART, baby, yeah.

  3. Its sad about Turners Death. Meet him at a show once. Didn’t even really know him, talked to him about 2-3 mins came back around to the arena and there was aline across the show for his authograph. Wow that was humbling, especially since im a fellow artist.

    The comment I want to make about this paticular issue is that his stamp does not appear anywhere on the cover. I have this issue I wonder since his passing and since most of his covers have the stamp if it will be worth more over time. Has anyone else noticed this?

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