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Fantastic Four - Hereafter

Fantastic Four - Hereafter

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Having embarked on the ultimate journey, Reed, Sue and Johnny must contend with the defenses of the afterlife and storm the gates of Heaven itself to rescue their fallen teammate. They've faced the destroyer of everything, Galactus. Now they face the Creator of everything, as the Fantastic Four are reunited in the hereafter.
Another interesting recent aspect of The Thing's character is that he literally died and was subsequently resurrected by God Himself. Many major comic book characters have died or apparently died only to be brought back to life later by various means (technological, magical, mystical, alien, etc., or simply by revealing that the character had not *actually* died after all). But as far as we know, this is the first time that God (*the* God, the Supreme Being – not some powerful demigod or mythological pantheon member) has personally intervened in the lives of mainstream Marvel Comics characters in such an explicit way. In the history of the Fantastic Four, which began as and has always remained a series rooted in science-fiction (with emphasis on *science*), this is apparently the first time that God has been explicitly depicted in any way.

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http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/324903.Fantastic_Four_Vol_4
http://www.adherents.com/lit/comics/Thing.html
Having embarked on the ultimate journey, Reed, Sue and Johnny must contend with the defenses of the afterlife and storm the gates of Heaven itself to rescue their fallen teammate. They've faced the destroyer of everything, Galactus. Now they face the Creator of everything, as the Fantastic Four are reunited in the hereafter.
Another interesting recent aspect of The Thing's character is that he literally died and was subsequently resurrected by God Himself. Many major comic book characters have died or apparently died only to be brought back to life later by various means (technological, magical, mystical, alien, etc., or simply by revealing that the character had not *actually* died after all). But as far as we know, this is the first time that God (*the* God, the Supreme Being – not some powerful demigod or mythological pantheon member) has personally intervened in the lives of mainstream Marvel Comics characters in such an explicit way. In the history of the Fantastic Four, which began as and has always remained a series rooted in science-fiction (with emphasis on *science*), this is apparently the first time that God has been explicitly depicted in any way.

Reviews from:
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/324903.Fantastic_Four_Vol_4
http://www.adherents.com/lit/comics/Thing.html

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Published by: LucasPestana on Nov 03, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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