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Marvel Is Poised to Resurrect One of Its Most Powerful Characters

Next month's upcoming relaunch of fan-favorite series Future Foundation by Jeremy Whitley and Will Robson has the young, sci-fi team search the cosmos for Molecule Man. It looks like they may have found their target earlier than expected.

Marvel Comics has released its advance solicitation information for titles scheduled to go on sale in October 2019, including the third issue of Future Foundation. The solicits reveals that the Maker, the evil incarnation of Reed Richards originally from the Ultimate Universe, has seemingly tracked down Molecule Man while ensnaring the eponymous team in a deadly trap. The advance solicit information and cover illustrated by Carlos Pacheco are below.

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FUTURE FOUNDATION #3

  • JEREMY WHITLEY (W)
  • WILL ROBSON & PACO DIAZ (A)
  • Cover by CARLOS PACHECO
  • Mary Jane Variant Cover by LEE GARBETT
  • RAINBOWS AND REECE’S PIECES!
  • Owen Reece — a.k.a. Molecule Man — once helped reshape the entire multiverse. Now his body is scattered across the cosmos — and the Future Foundation is out to put him back together. But they’re not the only ones. It’s a race across space as the Maker sets his sights on pieces of Reece! And with a prison security system out to murder them all, the Future Foundation is already behind the mark. But the Foundation has a secret weapon. Find out at last who Julie Power set out to rescue from that intergalactic prison — and why the Maker should be very, very afraid.
  • 32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99

Future Foundation will appear in a special backup story written by Whitley and illustrated by Robson in Fantastic Four #12, out on July 31. The new series, also by Whitley and Robson, then launches on August 7.

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Future Foundation #3 is written by Jeremy Whitley and illustrated by Will Robson and Paco Diaz. It is scheduled to go on sale this October from Marvel Comics.

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