Meeting the Maker inFuture Foundation #1 [Preview]

Future Foundation #2 hits stores on Wednesday from Marvel Comics, continuing after last month's excellent debut, by the creative team of Jeremy Whitley and Will Robson. We've got a preview below.

Future Foundation #1 [Preview]

Last issue saw the team breaking into a space prison to retrieve parts of the Molecule Man (and their undercover agent, Julie Power)… but they ran into an unexpected old "friend."

Future Foundation #1 [Preview]

Future Foundation #1 [Preview]

And it looks like Alex hasn't been keeping up with his Jonathan Hickman comics, because he doesn't realize this isn't Reed Richards… or at least not *his* Reed Richards… as The Maker introduces his new foursome.

Future Foundation #1 [Preview]

Alex, it seems, is a little bit slow on the uptake.

Future Foundation #1 [Preview]

Meanwhile, Julie and her cellmate, Rikki Barnes (probably), make their escape…

Future Foundation #1 [Preview]

But it looks like we won't get Rikki's big costume reveal yet in this preview.

Future Foundation #1 [Preview]

For that, we'll need to pick up Future Foundation #2, in stores on Wednesday.

FUTURE FOUNDATION #2
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(W) Jeremy Whitley (A) Will Robson (CA) Carlos Pacheco
BREAK OUT: THE FUTURE FOUNDATION RESCUES…THE MAKER?!
The Future Foundation and Yondu planned the perfect prison break, but nobody counted on having to stage two! But when their security breach reveals that Mr. Fantastic is locked away in the galaxy's greatest prison, their perfect plan falls apart. Now Julie – and the person she came to break out – are on their own as Alex leads Yondu, Dragon Man, and Bentley into a high-security cellblock full of the most dangerous criminals in the galaxy to save a friend and mentor. But the real Reed Richards is back on Earth – and the Future Foundation is about to break out his greatest enemy.
Rated T
In Shops: Sep 04, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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