The Power and the Glory of Comics: A Review of Fantastic Four: Antithesis #1

A Comics Column

by Patrick R. Burger

Neal Adams is back!

After waiting what seems to be a lifetime to see legendary comic artist Neal Adams do a regular series and be able to keep up with the deadlines, we have the closest thing to that in Fantastic Four: Antithesis. The notoriously slow Adams has found a way, in his 70s, to speed up his style without sacrificing too much of the perfection — perfect and dramatic perspectives, perfect jaw-dropping anatomy — that made him famous in the late 60s and early 70s and made him, despite a relatively light output

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