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When I featured Jonathan Hickman on a Month of Writing Stars, I noted that he was likely to soon be too famous for such a feature, and unsurprisingly, a week or so later, it was announced that he is going to be following Mark Millar on the Fantastic Four!
This is great news, as the Fantastic Four is the exact type of series that plays to Hickman’s inventive nature.
Dale Eaglesham is a capable partner for him on the book.
I look forward to the run a good deal (and I await learning where Millar and Hitch will end up)!
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