Exclusive Preview: Fantastic Four #33

Exclusive Preview: Fantastic Four #33

Doctor Doom is getting married, and the Fantastic Four is invited to attend Latveria’s wedding of the year. However, the first family of superheroes should watch their backs. Johnny Storm, the Human Torch, has already slept with Doom’s bride-to-be, Victorious/Zora. Additionally, Johnny has alienated his alien soul mate, Sky, because she immediately sensed that he was unfaithful to her.

Doom has also personally insisted that Mr. Fantastic/Reed Richards serve as his best man. So there’s no getting out of this social obligation. Doom also made an offer that Reed couldn’t refuse.

In Superhero Hype’s exclusive preview for Fantastic Four #33, Dan Slott and artists R.B. Silva and Luca Maresca catch up with Zora and Doom during an intimate dinner. Back at the Baxter Building, Reed explains why the FF can’t afford to turn down Doom’s invite. Regardless, it may be too late for Johnny to save his relationship with Sky. It’s also very likely that Doom has an ulterior motive for inviting the Fantastic Four.

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Here’s the official description from Marvel.

“THE BRIDE OF DOOM! PART 2: ROYAL WEDDING

You are cordially commanded to Latveria for the greatest wedding ceremony in the history of the Marvel Universe…far greater than that lowly, uninspired and commonplace wedding of Reed Richards and whoever that woman was. These are the nuptials of our beloved leader, Victor Von Doom, and his most devoted and noble subject, Victorious. Attendance is also mandatory. Special guest stars: PRINCE NAMOR and the BLACK PANTHER.”

You can read the full preview in our gallery below. Fantastic Four #33 will hit comic book stores on Wednesday, June 16.

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