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Fantastic Four (1961) - #570
"Solve Everything, Part One"

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Jonathan Hickman

Dale Eaglesham

Paul Mounts

Rus Wooton

Tom Brevoort
Joe Quesada
Lauren Sankovitch

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Cover Date: October 2009
Cover Price: US $ 2.99

Issue Tagline: "What is the true cost of a man's mistakes?"

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 23 pages

There are other versions of this issue in the database:
Fantastic Four (1961) #570 70th Frame Variant
Fantastic Four (1961) #570 Cassaday Sketch Variant
Fantastic Four (1961) #570 Cassaday Variant
Fantastic Four (1961) #570 Eaglesham Mr. Fantastic Variant
Fantastic Four (1961) #570 Marvel's Greatest Comics Edition

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Solve Everything

Awhile back, Reed built a device capable of peering into other dimensions in order to see the consequences of making different choices throughout his life. At Sue's insistence, he promised he'd dismantle it. However, he secretly rebuilt it in his private laboratory.

Now, following another encounter with the Wizard, he returns to it... where he is contacted by a surprising group of individuals who want to see Mr. Fantastic reach his full potential.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Fantastic Four (1961) HC
Fantastic Four (1961) TPB
Fantastic Four Adventures (2010) #16
Fantastic Four By Jonathan Hickman Omnibus (2013) Omnibus HC vol. 01
Fantastic Four: Season One (2012) OGN HC

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