The Coming of Galactus in Fantastic Four Grand Design #2 [Preview]

Fantastic Four Grand Design #2 by Tom Scioli is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, concluding the entire history of the Fantastic Four in just two issues.Fantastic Four Grand Design #2 [Preview]

Which just goes to show what a sucker you are if you've paid for 650+ issues of their comics individually. Man, did you get ripped off!

Fantastic Four Grand Design #2 [Preview]

This issue begins with the coming of Galactus, following his herald, the Silver Surfer. Does this issue contain any clues as to the nature of his penis?

Fantastic Four Grand Design #2 [Preview]

But before they can find out what the Surfer is packing down there, the Fantastic Four are going to have to catch him first.

Fantastic Four Grand Design #2 [Preview]

Is the Surfer "smooth" all over?

Fantastic Four Grand Design #2 [Preview]

Sadly, the Fantastic Four are more interested in stopping their planet from being devoured than solving this great mystery.

Fantastic Four Grand Design #2 [Preview]

Fantastic Four Grand Design #2 hits stores on Wednesday.

FANTASTIC FOUR GRAND DESIGN #2 (OF 2)
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(W) Tom Scioli (A/CA) Tom Scioli
AN ALL-NEW STORY TAKING YOU ON A TOUR OF THE FF'S HISTORY!
It's here! The world's greatest prestige miniseries concludes in titanic fashion! Writer/artist/colorist/letterer TOM SCIOLI distills the magic of Stan and Jack's legendary FF run into forty pages of nonstop fun! Featuring Galactus and the Silver Surfer!
Rated T
In Shops: Nov 27, 2019
SRP: $5.99

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