Marvel Comics sent Major Spoilers an early sneak peek of FF #1 that hits stores on March.

FF #1 (JAN110748)
Pencils and Cover by STEVE EPTING
Variant Cover by DANIEL ACUNA
Variant Cover by STAN GOLDBERG
Character Variant Cover by MARKO DJURDJEVIC
Fantastic Four 50th Anniversary Variant by PAOLO RIVERA
Blank Cover Also Available

The fight for tomorrow begins today! In the wake of the Human Torch’s heroic sacrifice, Marvels’ first family has re-emerged as the Future Foundation. Spider-Man may their newest teammate, but who else has signed up to protect the future from itself? And what does their presence portend for the world at large? Readers new and old alike – you’ve never seen the FF like this before! Prepare to witness the mind-blowing birth of the super-team that will change everything this March, only in FF #1!

The $3.99 issue arrives March 23, 2011.

via Marvel


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  1. Rocket Rooster on

    I felt the same way about the line too but then – for me – Sue is just so damn sexy without even trying one gets mixed messages.

  2. Why do comic book companies always claim that “this is the issue that will change everything”? The main reason I now read lots more manga than American comic books is that comics never change. Okay, Peter Parker may somehow sprout four extra arms, or Superman might get killed by Doomsday, or Doc Oc may fall in love with May Parker – ew, just about the creepiest even EVER in comic book history – and Bane may snap Batman’s spine, but you know that within a few issues everything will go back to the way it was before. Even if the temporary change made for much better storytelling. Manga, on the other hand, usually features a finite storyline, with the characters changing over time. When a character dies, it’s usually permanent, when a character gets married or goes through some other life-changing event, it’s permanent. None of this, oh, we have to get the character back exactly the way he’s been for 70 years by the end of the issue crap.

    That said, I like the above suggestion of bringing the Human Torch back with a blue flame. They could rename him Methane Man, and the side effects of the blue flame – a distinct “methane” odor, opens up endless possibilities for humor.

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