Why The Thing Can't Be Trusted with Modern Technology in Fantastic Four: Negative Zone #1 [Preview]

Fantastic Four: Negative Zone #1 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, by Mike Carey and Stefano Caselli, ensuring that readers can spend an extra five bucks on a Fantastic Four one-shot before the holidays.

Fantastic Four: Negative Zone #1 [Preview]

We've got a preview of the issue's main story below.

Fantastic Four: Negative Zone #1 [Preview]

In which we find Benjamin Grimm encountering a Hydra drone right in Fantastic Four headquarters.

Fantastic Four: Negative Zone #1 [Preview]

Thankfully, the Invisible Woman is around to save the day. But Ben admits he was just randomly pressing buttons in the storage room, and now another surely expensive piece of tech is displaying an error code. God damn it Ben!

Fantastic Four: Negative Zone #1 [Preview]

And then Reed Richards has to take the whole family to the Negative Zone to get repair parts! What a pain!

Fantastic Four: Negative Zone #1 [Preview]

Fantastic Four: Negative Zone #1 hits stores on Wednesday.

(W) Mike Carey, Ryan North (A) Stefano Caselli, Steve Uy (CA) Kim Jacinto
One of Reed Richards' greatest discoveries is the extradimensional Negative Zone that exists parallel to our own universe. But now, an experiment that Reed began many years ago has come back to roost-and the Fantastic Four will once more have to venture into this hostile expanse in order to put things right!
Plus! Ryan North and Steve Uy bring you the first adventure of those bizarre new heroes in the Baxter Building, the Fantastix!
Rated T
In Shops: Nov 27, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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