X-Men: FF

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Marvel, Aug 15, 2012 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 112 pages
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The X-Men and the FF team up when strange happenings in the Bermuda Triangle threaten the Marvel Universe. Yes, you've seen the X-Men and the FF interact before, but never with Magneto and Dr. Doom on the side of the angels. Don't miss this landmark team-up with an adventure you have to see to believe. Plus: When a medicine woman is at death's door, the demons she's been containing for decades are looking forward to their freedom. Good news: The X-Men are on the scene. Bad news: These demons are out of our mutant super heroes' league. It would be nice to have help from Ghost Rider, but is the new Spirit of Vengeance friend or foe?

COLLECTING: X-MEN 15.1, 16-19

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Review: X-Men: FF (X-Men Vol. III #4)

User Review  - Arturo - Goodreads

Cyclops, Storm, Gambit, Pixie, Dani Moonstar and a new Ghost Rider deal with demons in the first issue. The rest is a team-up with Magneto and the X-Men and Dr.Doom and the Future Foundation (FF). Read full review

Review: X-Men: FF (X-Men Vol. III #4)

User Review  - Silas - Goodreads

This was a strange set of stories. The .1 story really didn't have anything to do with the remainder of the story, which involved the X-Men and FF teaming up to rescue someone I have never heard of in ... Read full review

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Victor Gischler was born in Sanford, Florida. He is a world traveler and earned his Ph.D. in English from the University of Southern Mississippi. He received The Black Corsair Award for adventure literature and was nominated for both an Anthony Award and an Edgar Award for his mystery writing. He currently lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and would grill every meal if his wife would let him.

Will Conrad has worked as an avionics engineer before turning his hand to being a Private investigator specialising in covert surveillance. He builds and tests the technology and techniques used in each novel himself for maximum realism and authenticity. He spends his spare time writing and researching on matters of privacy and computer security. He is currently working on several TV scripts with co-writer Jack Coltrane.

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