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  • Author: John Byrne
  • ISBN: 0785116796
  • ISBN13: 978-0785116790
  • ePub: 1859 kb | FB2: 1522 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics (January 12, 2005)
  • Pages: 248
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 685
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Fantastic Four Visionaries - John Byrne, Vol. 3 ePub download

This book collections some of Byrne’s earliest efforts in both writing Fantastic Four stories and serving as a penciler. Don’t expect anything resembling proper narrative or sequence

This book collections some of Byrne’s earliest efforts in both writing Fantastic Four stories and serving as a penciler. Don’t expect anything resembling proper narrative or sequence. What this book presents is a collection of comics from the late 70s and early 80s which Byrne penciled and, in three cases, wrote. Byrne’s love of the team is all over these comics and he does present some interesting stories.

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Writer/artist John Byrne launched the Fantastic Four into realms where few creators before had dared to go. Now, the collection of his classic run continues! Featuring a four-part epic deep within the Negative Zone - and the death o. .Reed Richards?! Plus: Galactus devours the Skrull homeworld, and the Fantastic Four say goodbye to the Baxter Building! Guest-starring the Avengers! Collects FANTASTIC FOUR and ANNUAL AVENGERS and THING More Details.

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MISTER JOHN BYRNE is almost pushing his talents to thier very limits by presenting these wonderous epics topped with such splended art!!. VISIONARIES vol three collects FANTASTIC FOUR volume one to annual AVENGERS and the THING

MISTER JOHN BYRNE is almost pushing his talents to thier very limits by presenting these wonderous epics topped with such splended art!!. VISIONARIES vol three collects FANTASTIC FOUR volume one to annual AVENGERS and the THING

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Tales from three titles, featuring the FF vs. the Frightful Four, the Human Torch vs. the Super-Skrull and the Thing vs. himself! Time travel, evolution and the fate of HERBIE! Update : December 6th, 2018 – Better quality files/digital on Volume 4 – 8. Free Marvel Comic Download.

Book's title: Fantastic Four visionaries, John Byrne. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0785116796 :, . 9. This third volume continues the collection of John Byrne's monumental and legendary run - with Fantastic Four and Annual Avengers and Things Cover. Genre/Form: Graphic book. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

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Not since the days of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the trailblazers of the Marvel Universe, had someone so perfectly captured the intense mood, cosmic style and classic sense of adventure of Marvel's first family of super-heroes. Writer/artist John Byrne launched the Fantastic Four into realms where few creators before had dared to go. Now, the collection of his classic run continues! Featuring a four-part epic deep within the Negative Zone - and the death of... Reed Richards?! Plus: Galactus devours the Skrull homeworld, and the Fantastic Four say goodbye to the Baxter Building! Guest-starring the Avengers! Collects Fantastic Four #251-257 and Annual #17, Avengers #233, and Thing #2.
Original
The last story was the best! It related to a decision that Reed Richards made regarding some villains in there first year as heroes. The decision had ramifications to a small town years later. Byrne uses a lot of intelligent dialogue to further the storyline and characters. Love all the stories in this collection,
RuTGamer
The Fantastic Four used to proclaim themselves "The World's Greatest Comic Mag(azine)" Well under Byrne's helm it could rightfully be said so.

The trick of revitatalizing a franchise is to know what to take, what to emulate, what to improve upon and what to leave behind. Byrne is going full steam ahead.

Byrne builds on the characters without forgetting their roots. He touches on the great FF epics while telling new stories. It looks like a combo of Stan and Jack with a litle Larry Niven style science fiction thrown in.

The book starts out with a trip into the Negative Zone. Along the way they encounter many a science fiction twist while all the time trouble is brewing in the Baxter Building that brings in no less than the Avengers (another series Byrne worked on).

This book includes the famous "widescreen" version that had to be read sideways (but alas the free tattoo inserts are not reprinted).

With Annihilus and Galactus as villians and a case that leads right back to the second fantastic four adventure way back in F.F. #2 how could you go wrong??
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MISTER JOHN BYRNE is almost pushing his talents to thier very limits by presenting these wonderous epics topped with such splended art!!. VISIONARIES vol three collects FANTASTIC FOUR volume one #251 to#257, annual#17, AVENGERS #233 and the THING #2,respectivly.
The exploration of the NEGATIVE ZONE dominates this set generally, ANNIHILUS tries to capitalise on the FF absense but suffers a nasty defeat with the assistance of the AVENGERS.
ONE highlight is issue #252 in which you have to hold this set at a different angle to read it!!.
In issue #257 NOVA led the ALL POWERFUL GALACTUS to and he consumed the SKRULL THRONEWORLD, sending an interplanetary empire into total anarcy and a downward spiral!!, a major event.
Overall it's another good set, recomended to diehard FF fans, general satisfaction is assured!!.
Prince Persie
3-1/2 stars. I consider volumes 3, 6 & 7 in this series to be about average to slightly above average in quality. If the 2nd paperback was a solid step forward in figure drawing, this 3rd edition almost seems like 2 steps back? What happened?...

The end of the 2nd edition gives us Byrne's famous issue #249, to this day some of the best artwork he's ever produced. You'd think he would continue on to bigger & better things. Instead, Byrne gets highly experimental in both story and art here, perhaps as a reaction to seemingly reaching his artistic zenith. This isn't a bad collection of experiments; it's just that my expectations for this volume were for something so much better.

Included in this 3rd volume: about 5 issues dealing with the Negative Zone, Franklin & Annihilus, one having a sideways layout for the art; Daredevil & Avengers as brief guest stars dealing with Annihilus; a Thing solo story; a Galactus, Nova & Skrulls conflict; and a FF Annual with pencils & colors only (no inks).

The experimental nature of this edition is obvious. That sideways issue and the annual with no inks are both out of the ordinary. Byrne's inks too take on a new direction: being now a little more loose & unrefined, a bit like Frank Miller's eighties Marvel work. The Negative Zone story arc has an early Sci-Fi/ Star Trek feel to it. It's not that any of this stuff is really all that bad. It's just that I consider the other volumes in Byrne's run to be that much better.

Included in this volume:
*Issue #251- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Issue #252- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Issue #253- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Issue #254- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Issue #255- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Avengers #233- John Byrne breakdowns & co-plots; Joe Sinnott finishes
*Issue #256- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Thing #2- John Byrne writes & inks; Ron Wilson pencils
*Issue #257- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Annual #17- John Byrne writes & pencils; no inks
Mr.Death
John Byrne really hit his stride in volume 2 of his collection of Fantastic Four. Not one to rest on his laurels, he continues the momentum here in volume 3! So, let's take a look at what's included here:

Issues #251-255: The Negative Zone saga! While Reed and the gang explore the negative zone, Annihilus escapes, and seeks to destroy Earth!
Avengers #233: The Avengers try to break through the barrier that Annihilus has put up around the Baxter building, while he attempts to destroy Earth!
Fantastic Four # 256: Taking place at the same time as Avengers issue 233: the Fantastic Four attempt to escape the Negative Zone in order to stop Annihilus!
The Thing issue #2: While cleaning up the Baxter building, Ben Grimm is visited by his college sweetheart.
Issue #257: Galactus devours the Skrull throneworld, and Reed Richards goes missing!
Annual #17: The Fantastic Four travel to upstate New York to help a friend of Johnny Storm's who is trapped in a small town with a big secret!

This collection continues to carry the momentum from volume 2, and it doesn't disappoint! A must have!
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