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Collecting FANTASTIC FOUR volume one to FOUR VISIONARIES volume one is simply very awesome!!, with solid stories and spectacular art all by JOHN BYRNE, I think he's supertalented.

Collecting FANTASTIC FOUR volume one to FOUR VISIONARIES volume one is simply very awesome!!, with solid stories and spectacular art all by JOHN BYRNE, I think he's supertalented. the uncanny INHUMANS and thier entire city of ATTILAN was transported from the EARTH to the MOON, while maintaining a normal family life at the same time!!.

Fantastic Four Visionaries book. John Byrne writes and draws every issue. In this volume, The Fantastic Four battle Diablo, Ego the Living PLanet, Doctor Doom, Spinnerette(?), and some demons. It was the world's greatest comic magazine. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Fantastic Four Visionaries: John Byrne, Vol. 1 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Short summary describing this volume. Fantastic Four Visionaries: John Byrne. Series of trade paperbacks.

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Writer/artist John Byrne laun. Fantastic Four Visionaries: John Byrne, Vol. 3. by John Byrne. Collects Fantastic Four (1961) and Annual Avengers and Thing (1983) since the days of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the trailblazers of the Marvel Universe, had someone so perfectly captured the intense mood, cosmic style and classic. Captain America: War & Remembrance. by Roger Stern · John Byrne · Josef Rubinstein.

Tales from three titles, featuring the FF vs. the Frightful Four, the Human Torch vs. the Super-Skrull and the Thing vs. himself! . Update : December 6th, 2018 – Better quality files/digital on Volume 4 – 8. Free Marvel Comic Download.

Fantastic four visionaries vol. 7 john byrne roger stern bob layton NM 1ST print. Original Book) MARVEL COMICS FANTASTIC FOUR John Byrne VISIONARIES (PB). FANTASTIC FOUR VISIONARIES: JOHN BYRNE TPB (2001 Series) Near Mint.

John Byrne’s run on the FF is perhaps one of the most iconic. Recommend this to any fan of John Byrne's work, or the Fantastic Four! Love the nostalgic feel of these older comics! Byrnes story is great, and the art is perfect for the book!

John Byrne’s run on the FF is perhaps one of the most iconic. landmark runs of an artist paired with a title ever! Volume 1 and 2 are both great, but 1 is the far superior with regard to the art as Byrne was inking his own pencils. Worth the price! And best held in your hand flipping the pages. Recommend this to any fan of John Byrne's work, or the Fantastic Four! Love the nostalgic feel of these older comics! Byrnes story is great, and the art is perfect for the book! The omnibus quality is up to par as usual. Marvel seems to do a superb job on these books.

Few have made an impression on the comic book industry quite like John Byrne, from his legendary run on the X-Men to his ground-breaking Superman: The Man of Steel. When he took over Fantastic Four in 1981, the First Family was never the same. With riveting stories and cinematic storytelling, Byrne's run on the Fantastic Four redefined the characters themselves.
Arashilkis
Byrne's famous run begins in '81 with great stories yet slightly-on-the-unrefined-side artwork (by today's standards), in part because he inks himself consistently for the very 1st time. If you can get past this initial element, the characters & stories here are colorful, lively & fun.

If people need proof that Byrne *could* draw better than this, check out his Avengers 188, 189, 190 & 191, inked by Dan Green, circa 1979. It seems like it's inking that makes the difference as these issues are some of my favorites Byrne's ever done. In any case, my favorite issue in this 1st volume is the attractive looking #238, featuring the Human Torch, Frankie Raye, the Thing, and even Herbie(!). I consider this to be the 1st landmark visual improvement in Byrne's highly successful run.

It seems Byrne has a thing for the original, Invaders-era Human Torch, as he consistently deals with this character in his work all throughout the eighties. We see it in this 1st volume in his FF, as well as his runs on Avengers West Coast, Namor, and briefly in his She-Hulk series too. It's a common thread in his eighties/early nineties work, and I like this consistency in artistic vision.

-Printing Quality-: The first two volumes in this series had inferior reproduction in their 1st printings, creating a very dated, dot-matrix look in various flat areas of color throughout. Second printings of these volumes, like this item I'm reviewing here, corrected this with high-quality color reconstruction. Still, if you already have the dot-matrix volume 1, I'm not sure the improvement in color-reconstruction here is really worth purchasing this again, especially since this newer printing also includes lighter & cheaper paper stock. I like the cover images on both editions of volume 1.

Included in this volume:
*Issue #232- John Byrne writes & pencils; Bjorn Heyn inks (Byrne pseudonym)
*Issue #233- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Issue #234- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Issue #235- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Issue #236- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Issue #237- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Issue #238- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks... my favorite here
*Issue #239- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
*Issue #240- John Byrne writes, pencils & inks
salivan
This was a great throwback.

I've been reading/collecting comics for 28 years and reading this is a great reminder of what comics once were (in a good way).

One of the first things you'll notice, for you who recently got into comics, is how wordy it is. Not only dialogue wise but the caption boxes and reference to past issues. These have all but disappeared in today's books, for better and worse, all depending on the creative team. John Byrne wrote and inked these all by himself and never missed a deadline and, at the time, this was great art. (I still love it.)

On terms of story, we get to see Reed, Sue, Johnny and Ben very intimately. And as this series progresses in later books, we see them grow in a way characters are no longer allowed to. This is just damn good storytelling, period.
Uafrmaine
Love the writing that John Byrne brought to the FF. He builds so much depth to each character. I love his art as long as he uses someone else to do the inking. When he does the writing, art and inking, the art looks rushed. He’s always been my favorite writer and artist. Great stories!
Kizshura
The art is excellent as usual. The story and dialogue are a bit childish especially compared to the work I know Byrne is capable. However, it is appropriate for the title and time in which it was written. Very much worthy of a fan’s time.
Shadowredeemer
This trade paperback collects the most successful reboot of a comics franchise under the contstruction of writer-artist John Bryne. Bryne would later tackle such titles as Superman, the Hulk, Sub-Mariner, Green Lantern and the Amazing Spider-Man, but they all pale besides his work on the Fantastic Four. After Jack Kirby left the title in 1970, Marvel's one time flagship title went through a series of artistic and creative permutations. Many of these were the result of seventies comics "style". It is known that long-time Marvel artist, John Romita, had remarked to Stan Lee that without Jack Kirby, maybe they should not continue publishing the Fantastic Four.

John Bryne comes on the title and in the works collected in this first volume reconnects the FF to their roots. He combines family characterization with high adventure. Bryne also introduces more complex storytelling techniques to his narrative that build on the back to basics approach and have the effect of making the title by tne middle to the end of his run, better than it ever was and has been since his departure.

I thought that his stories might come off as dated or overly contrived but they are actually better than I remember them to be. This first volume only hints at the greatness that was soon to follow.

It is a shame that Bryne's more current work lacks the inspiration of these volumes.
Folsa
Collecting FANTASTIC FOUR volume one #232 to #240,FANTASTIC FOUR VISIONARIES volume one is simply very awesome!!, with solid stories and spectacular art all by JOHN BYRNE, I think he's supertalented.
Here we see the likes of DIABLO, HAMMERHEAD, EGO the living planet!!, the PUPPET MASTER, DOCTOR DOOM, the secret of FRANKIE RAYE comes to light, REED RICHARDS attempts to change the THING to human and failed!. the uncanny INHUMANS and thier entire city of ATTILAN was transported from the EARTH to the MOON, while maintaining a normal family life at the same time!!. I love this set and if you are a fan of the FANTASTIC FOUR, so will you!!. Recomended, a geniwine collectors item.
Fantastic Four Visionaries - John Byrne, Vol. 1 ebook
Author:
John Byrne
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Marvel Comics; Gph edition (November 1, 2001)
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224 pages
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