Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of FF#15 by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta.

FF #15 (DEC110653)
FF #15 BRIGMAN VARIANT (DEC110654)
Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN
Penciled by NICK DRAGOTTA
Variant Cover by JUNE BRIGMAN
Cover by MIKE CHOI
Doctor Doom’s self-sacrifice has bought the Universe a second chance! Now, it is up to the Future Foundation and special guest stars, Power Pack, to battle the mad Celestials as the standoff for the future begins! Can the Future Foundation ensure the Marvel Universe’s safety? Will Doctor Doom’s sacrifice be in vain?

FF#15 arrives in stores on February 29, 2012, and features a $2.99 cover price.

via Marvel

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3 Comments

  1. Mike
    February 2, 2012 at 4:14 pm — Reply

    sigh….

    When’re they finally gonna let the Power kids grow up? They’ve been stuck at that age for…what? 25 years or so?

    Yeah…guess I should say the same thing about the Richards kids too.

    • ~wyntermute~
      February 3, 2012 at 11:06 pm — Reply

      If it can be found in the archives, you should read the article explaining that Franklin actually keeps de-aging himself, and as a consequence”resetting the Marvel Universe”, becausel… Well, growing up sucks. I forget if it’s written by Matthew or by Stephen, but it’s #(&$ing BRILLIANT. ^_^

      • Mike
        February 4, 2012 at 11:35 am — Reply

        I actually did read that when it was posted , and I totally agree, it IS brilliant, but it would be nice for at least the Powers to be able to grow up and join the regular Marvel continuity (such as it is). I’ve got some hope at least, with Lightspeed joining the Avengers Academy and Alex (is he still going by G-Force?) being with the FF, but it would be nice for them to do something with Jack and Katie long-term, and the only way to do it properly, in my opinion, is to give them a few more years under their belts. Still, if they MUST stay eternally young, I suppose the explanation in the article is good enough to make my rage over Marvel’s lack of continuity settle down a bit. lol

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