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With James Robinson taking over Fantastic Four, we thought it’d be interesting to see which of the past ongoing Fantastic Four writers was your favorite.
Read on for the choices!
NOTE: I screwed up and omitted Dwayne McDuffie. My apologies. For whatever reason, I thought Millar directly followed JMS. My bad. Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is also not an option, but that’s only because I’m only counting writers who wrote the “main” Fantastic Four title. Archie Goodwin was omitted because he wrote less fill-in issues than Karl Kesel and we only had room for one of the two (although in retrospect, obviously Kesel should have been eliminated in favor of McDuffie).