..and his little cat, too
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Maybe it's happening in Inception time?
Only about half of it has shown up on Unlimited so far, but Mark Waid and Neal Adams’ Fantastic Four: Antithesis definitely... is a thing. It almost feels like a lost silver age FF story, except for all the content that couldn’t have worked in the 60s (Johnny references hashtags, Sue turns her clothes invisible to entice Reed away from an experiment, that kind of thing).
Really get the impression that Waid is just there to temper down Adams, since, while little of it is as blatantly buckwild as his Batman and Superman work, you can definitely see it trying to lean in that direction. Also, really not loving how Neal draws Ben; he looks like a really unhealthy chimp with twice as much gum as he has tooth.
Gonna hold off on judgement until I can see if it sticks the landing, but if you were going to read one bugnuts Fantastic Four comic that works as a Silver Age pastiche, published in 2020, make it Grand Design