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Dr. Shallot




The next chapter of Gravity's story begins in the latest issue of the Fantasic Four. Deathlock/Michael Collins' too. Good stuff.





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> The next chapter of Gravity's story begins in the latest issue of the Fantasic Four. Deathlock/Michael Collins' too. Good stuff.
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and since they are related, should I also try the Blak Panther serie?
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Dr. Shallot




> > The next chapter of Gravity's story begins in the latest issue of the Fantasic Four. Deathlock/Michael Collins' too. Good stuff.
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> and since they are related, should I also try the Blak Panther serie?
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Looks like the idea of having the 42 prison in the Negative zone might bite some people in the a**. Didn't see that coming...


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....after they've read the issue themselves, since my copy arrived a day early.


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...thanks to BEYOND! But I, too, am confused about its relation to the new issue of BP.


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> The next chapter of Gravity's story begins in the latest issue of the Fantasic Four. Deathlock/Michael Collins' too. Good stuff.
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> > > The next chapter of Gravity's story begins in the latest issue of the Fantasic Four. Deathlock/Michael Collins' too. Good stuff.
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> > The next chapter of Gravity's story begins in the latest issue of the Fantasic Four. Deathlock/Michael Collins' too. Good stuff.
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> ...thanks to BEYOND! But I, too, am confused about its relation to the new issue of BP.

Basically the FF and BP are going to be independant but while they're staying at the BB Johnny and Ben will be in the Panther book and vice versa. The stories won't be intricately tied together though.

Feel the Power of Gravity!


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> > ...thanks to BEYOND! But I, too, am confused about its relation to the new issue of BP.
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> Basically the FF and BP are going to be independant but while they're staying at the BB Johnny and Ben will be in the Panther book and vice versa. The stories won't be intricately tied together though.
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> Feel the Power of Gravity!


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> > > The next chapter of Gravity's story begins in the latest issue of the Fantasic Four. Deathlock/Michael Collins' too. Good stuff.
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> Looks like the idea of having the 42 prison in the Negative zone might bite some people in the a**. Didn't see that coming...

guess that happen on the BP book, rigth?


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Dr. Shallot





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> guess that happen on the BP book, rigth?


Yeah. A horde of Negative Zone creatures smash through the 42 prison and into one of the portals leading to Earth. Based on the FF "4" symbol, it looks like they chose the one leading to the Baxter Building.

I guess Pym, Reed or Stark never considered that the Negative zone residents wouldn't take too kindly to having humans in the Negative zone.

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> Yeah. A horde of Negative Zone creatures smash through the 42 prison and into one of the portals leading to Earth. Based on the FF "4" symbol, it looks like they chose the one leading to the Baxter Building.
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> I guess Pym, Reed or Stark never considered that the Negative zone residents wouldn't take too kindly to having humans in the Negative zone.
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Hey Doc, wasn't it annual 6 where Reed actually did figure that out and state directly that the Zone was too dangerous for mankind to control and inhabit? Or was it FF 51? I forget the exact number.
ITS PONDERRIN' TIME


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> Hey Doc, wasn't it annual 6 where Reed actually did figure that out and state directly that the Zone was too dangerous for mankind to control and inhabit? Or was it FF 51? I forget the exact number.
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I forget as well, my handy dandy dvd is at home. I'm sure he has mentioned it though, but past explanations are often disregarded if they don't suit the current stories.

At the end of Civil War Cloak teleported all the heroes from the Zone(and they should have been negatively charged) into our Universe. Shouldn't they all have blown up? >:-D






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> At the end of Civil War Cloak teleported all the heroes from the Zone(and they should have been negatively charged) into our Universe. Shouldn't they all have blown up? >:-D

Yup. Crazy how many mistakes that mini had. Any one ever count em all up? Sad sad sad
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