Marvel Knights 4, Volume 1: Wolf at the Door

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  • Title: Marvel Knights 4, Volume 1: Wolf at the Door
  • Author: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Steve McNiven Mark Morales Morry Hollowell Randy Gentile
  • ISBN: 9780785114710
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Fantastic Four are four closed Collecting Marvel Knights 4 1 7

    One thought on “Marvel Knights 4, Volume 1: Wolf at the Door”

    1. OK so issues 1-4 = 5 Stars. 5-7 = 3 starsgo, 4 stars. (3.5 really, but I enjoyed the first half a fair bit)This premise could have fallen on it's face and been played for laughs, but instead it focuses on the family, the bonds, the connection, and the reality of what can happen to anyone.The FF goes broke, in the wake of the US gov't stopping all science funding to the Baxter Building, and on top of that, one of their accountants stole their savings (also Tony Stark, Hammerhead, and some others) [...]

    2. It's been enjoyable reading this volume and meeting my old friends the Fantastic Four again.I've been following their exploits since I was a child, and this Marvel Knights run was somehow that I missed until now.And boy, did it hit the spot! With no new FF stuff in the foreseeable future (don't get me started on THAT debacle!!!!) this was a fun' satisfying romp of a read!

    3. This is an odd beast. The basic premise of the book is both old hat (the FF have gone broke in the past) and unbelievable (since it's already happened, Reed would never let it happen again. For someone to have run away with their money suggests that Reed is a horrible judge of people and that no one on the team pays much attention to the business side). Moreover, to keep the premise going, that the FF are broke, requires too many contortions of the plote FF not even trying to get their money bac [...]

    4. Sue doesn't really get badass until the end, but when she does, it's freaking awesome. This also has one of my favorite Reed Richards, but he (as in, my favorite Reed) also doesn't make his appearance until nearer to the end. Sue, Reed, and Ben work so well together, and I wish that Johnny was a bit more involved in the team, but it was fun to see him figuring things out on his own too. Really liked the art, although some of Sue's proportions kind of bothered me. A fun read over all!

    5. I really liked the Fantastic Four, but I was not collecting when the Marvel Knights series came out. I'm not really even sure what the purpose was behind the title - no knights, no significant differences from the main series - but what matters is the story. And I liked this very much! Fantastic Four having to move to the suburbs and get real jobs, but still being who they are.I'm reading all thirty on Marvel Unlimited (love it!). Bring back the Fantastic Four!

    6. The Fantastic Four face their greatest challenge ever--bankruptcy. Their accountant has taken their money and run while the city has decided to charge them for damage they caused during fights with bad guys. With no income, they are forced to abandon the Baxter Building and find regular jobs. The Thing works in construction while the Invisible Woman takes a job as substitute teacher. Reed Richards is trying to figure out a way to make quick money on the market, but he too is eventually forced in [...]

    7. Sehr nett anzuschauen, aber inhaltlich?Die Fantastischen Vier kämpfen in dieser Reihe gegen etwas, vor dem sie keiner gewarnt hat: Das echte Leben. Der superheldengewohnte Leser wird überrascht mit Wendungen, die das eingespielte Quartett vor komplett neue Herausforderungen stellt.Leider hört sich das besser an, als es gemacht ist. Natürlich ist es nett, solche Helden mal gegen Inkassobüros und abgeneigte Vermieter kämpfen zu sehen, aber letztlich ist das nichts neues: Spider-Man hatte die [...]

    8. I have to say that I actually enjoyed this. The premise is pretty simple: the FF go bankrupt and lose all of their money and home. Just what does the premiere Marvel super team do?The answer is rather mundane and ordinary: find jobs and rent a room somewhere. There's no maniacal super-villain behind it either. The story is just how do these characters deal with it. It's definitely a character driven story, which is why I'm drawn to it. Aguirre-Sacasa really has their personalities nailed down an [...]

    9. A lot better than The End is Fourever that's for sure. This is kind of a fun book, to see the FF back together and tackling family issues as well as both smaller and larger issues. There's an added element of realism in this book too-with the FF dealing with bankruptcy, eviction, etc.The art in this is great and was a big draw for me. You can see perspiration on some of the characters and man does Susan Storm look hothahaha!The whole book does have kind of a sad vibe though as it just starts on [...]

    10. Really quality superhero stuff. I've never been into the FF before so i don't know how this stacks up against the usual Fantastic Fare, but I appreciated this book a lot for the interactions between the characters, for their clarity and humanity, for the humor shot throughout, and because it was a superhero comic with almost zero superheroism -- just a unique and gifted family struggling to keep it all together. A fun read.

    11. Avevo buone aspettative da questa serie.Il primo ciclo di storie fu però una vera delusione. Le ho rilette di recente, dopo anni dalla prima lettura, ma la delusione resta.Penso che l'autore non abbia ben chiaro ne quello che voleva fare ne come farlo all'inizio. I disegni discreti, nulla di che.

    12. The Series That Got Me Into ComicsAnd it was a story that always stuck. My own family would face (surprisingly similar) difficulties a few years later, and this FF run would come to mind often in the midst of it all. Huge thanks to Marvel Unlimited, for giving me the opportunity to revisit the volume.

    13. Very, very good. Like with just about every superhero comic, the important parts here aren't any big fights with villains - what matters are the characters and their relationships, and I've really come to love this particular family.

    14. Reality caught up with Fantastic Four with financial troubles? A bit of a stupid sounding idea, but it seems to be working. Not forgetting scary space monsters either.Not too bad, looking forward the next arc.

    15. Off the beaten path from the usual slugfest with a villain stuff. They go bankrupt, find other jobs and while on vacation investigate the New Jersey Devil. Most of the time these sidetrack stories are lame but this was fun.

    16. More like 3.5 stars as the art wasn't quite to my taste, but the story is solid. I love reading about a family of superheroes dealing with stuff like bankruptcy together.

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