FANTASTIC FOUR: THE PRODIGAL SUN #1 – Peter David Goes SAVAGE In Exclusive Preview

Peter David puts the savage in SAVAGE LAND!

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Fantastic Four: The Prodigal Sun #1 hits your local comic books store on July 3, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview of the issue to share with you.

Fantastic Four: The Prodigal Sun #1 is written by Peter David, with art by Francesco Manna, colors by Espen Grundetjern, Cory Petit’s letters, and Mico Suayan & Rain Beredo worked on the cover.

About Fantastic Four: The Prodigal Sun #1:

CHAPTER 1 OF 3! The first of three interconnected special issues featuring the FANTASTIC FOUR, the SILVER SURFER and the GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY! Introducing PRODIGAL, a strange alien being who has crash-landed in the Savage Land. When he becomes worshipped by a race of swamp-dwelling barbarians, Ka-Zar and Shanna call upon the Fantastic Four to aid them in stopping the barbarians’ plans to conquer the entirety of their world. Join Prodigal on his lengthy journey to try to return home to settle old scores.

Take your first look Fantastic Four: The Prodigal Sun #1:

Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview • FANTASTIC FOUR: THE PRODIGAL SUN #1

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“As with other issues of Dan Slott’s run, this installment focuses on the Fantastic Four’s family dynamic first and foremost. As long as Slott continues to do so in an enjoyable way, fans can consider the writer’s take on the First Family as a solid series that explores common domestic issues.” – Colin Tessier

Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview • FANTASTIC FOUR: THE PRODIGAL SUN #1

Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview • FANTASTIC FOUR: THE PRODIGAL SUN #1

Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview • FANTASTIC FOUR: THE PRODIGAL SUN #1

Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview �� FANTASTIC FOUR: THE PRODIGAL SUN #1

Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview • FANTASTIC FOUR: THE PRODIGAL SUN #1

Are you excited to see what David does with Marvel’s First Family in the Savage Land? Comment below with your thoughts.


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Matthew Sardo
As the founder of Monkeys Fighting Robots, I'm currently training for my next job as an astronaut cowboy. Reformed hockey goon, comic book store owner, video store clerk, an extra in 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon,' 'Welcome Back Freshman,' and for one special day, I was a Ghostbuster.


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