Fantastic Four #30: Flame On 70

Fantastic Four #30, page 5, panel 5
Fantastic Four #30, page 5, panel 5

Fantasticast Four #30: Flame On 70

Written by: Stan Lee (A rather nice writer)

Illustrated by: Jack Kirby (A quite noteworthy artist)

Inked by: Chic Stone (A somewhat nifty inker)

Lettered by: Art Simek (An occasionally neat letterer)

We're back. For a little bit, at least. The plan is to try and get ahead on these posts for the next few weeks and get the momentum going again. I suspect it might all go a little wrong, though, as I'm off for two weeks of holiday in mid-September, and it's slightly more pressing to ensure the podcast hits its release schedule than the blog. Let's see what happens...

Not that I'm avoiding writing about today's panel at all, oh no. Reed, Johnny and Sue are on the trail of Ben, who has gone missing in the middle of night, leaving only a trail of destruction leading to a mysterious abandoned castle. Johnny's 'Flame On' leads to his contribution to the tracking - melting through a thick stone wall to see what's behind it.

Check out our coverage of Fantastic Four #30 on our thirty-third episode: Bad Horse, Bad Horse, with special guest host David Walker