Doctor Doom Takes on Galactus in Esad Ribic's Fantastic Four #7 Cover

Marvel has revealed Esad Ribic's cover to February's Fantastic Four #7, in which Doctor Doom takes on Galactus, and in a rare twist for modern Marvel Comics, the cover actually reflects what's going on in the interior pages! A press release touts the epic battle to come:

One is an unstoppable cosmic force of nature. The other is a complicated villain. And both are iconic foes of the Fantastic Four, coming to the pages of FANTASTIC FOUR #7 this February!

It's a battle between Galactus and Doctor Doom, and Marvel is excited to reveal their epic clash with a brand new cover from series artist Esad Ribic! With the Devourer of Worlds versus Victor Von Doom, Mister Fantastic's got a choice to make as the Fantastic Four fight to keep the Marvel Universe safe – but one thing that the Fantastic Four haven't counted on? They return of a long forgotten threat from the team's past…

This winter, the "Herald of Doom" continues…and it's a story fans won't want to miss!

So who are you picking to win this fight?

Check out Ribic's cover below.

FANTASTIC FOUR #7
DAN SLOTT (W) • AARON KUDER (A) • Cover by ESAD RIBIC
VARIANT COVER by BILL SIENKIEWICZ
SKRULLS VARIANT COVER BY MIKE MCKONE
CAPTAIN MARVEL VARIANT COVER BY VALERIO SCHITI
MYSTERY VARIANT COVER ALSO AVAILABLE
"HERALD OF DOOM" PART TWO!
• In a battle between Doctor Doom and Galactus, who would you favor…
• A man who is trying to be a hero to his beloved nation or an unstoppable cosmic force of nature?
• It's a simple choice, unless you're Mister Fantastic.
• This dilemma, plus a strange new development in the life of the Human Torch.
• And a long-forgotten threat from the Fantastic Four's past resurfaces…
32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99
On Sale 2/13/19

Doctor Doom Takes on Galactus in Esad Ribic's Fantastic Four #7 Cover

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