A normal-looking FF, and a nice realistic art style by Adi Granov, but with the exception of a strange-looking Thing/Ben Grimm. Laughing maniacally, this picture was taken only seconds before he bit Johnny's head off for the years of practical jokes and verbal abuse.
Don't get me wrong, I'm a fan of Phil Winslade's art. But, his amazons on this cover don't exactly look formidable. Instead of possessing any sort of a graceful air, Hippolyta looks like she's lumbering toward the enemy. And, is it just me, or does she look like she put her boots on the wrong feet?
Besides looking like a Chip-N-Dale calender model, Namor's excessively-ornate, impractical trident (How would he possibly go into battle with that thing?) and that crown that looks like it's growing out of his eyebrows, does little to make the on-again-off-again King of Atlantis appear a threat. Art by Scott Kolins
This cover, featuring some type of spaghetti monster, is odd in a good way, as it is both outlandish and a bit creepy. Yet, I can't help wondering if it was influenced...
Nothing like being birthed from what the janitor never cleaned up. Ick.
I'm sure this strange rendition of a particular wall-crawler has something to do with the story (with which I'm not familiar), but it's still a strange one to behold. By artist Tomm Coker.