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The Fantastic Four Get New Adventures In All-New Special Series!


Last year, Marvel introduced the wildly popular Web of Venom series – a series of quarterly specials featuring new and exciting stories about the deadly symbiote that included some of the industry’s best talent. This August, Marvel invites you to once again explore new stories, exciting adventures, and thrilling surprises with a series of stories featuring Invisible Woman, The Thing, Human Torch, and Mr. Fantastic, all set within the continuity of the current Fantastic Four series!

The Fantastic Four have made their home on Yancy Street, but their arrival doesn’t exactly make their neighbors happy. To make matters worse, when our heroes start to investigate a nasty piece of vandalism, The Thing is forced to relive painful memories of his Yancy Street tormentors…and if that’s not enough, danger lurks in every corner with the arrival of The Terrible Trio!

“Last fall, Greg Smallwood and I got to take a big swing at Dr. Strange in ‘The Best Defense’ and now we're re-teaming to scratch our Fantastic Four itches,” teased Gerry Duggan. “We're exploring some of the ripples created by their move to Yancy Street, and some classic Jack & Stan villains are invited, too. It's an oversized love letter to Marvel's first family, just in time for Marvel's eightieth birthday.”

Don’t miss the first in a series of regular essential releases that will bring fans new stories of Marvel’s most iconic heroes – FANTASTIC FOUR: YANCY STREET #1 arrives in comic shops this August!

FANTASTIC FOUR: 4 YANCY STREET #1
Written by GERRY DUGGAN
Art and Cover by GREG SMALLWOOD
On Sale 8/21/19


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