Marvel's King in Black crossover event will grow - like any good symbiote would - to take over one of the Fantastic Four family.
Dan Slott's ongoing Fantastic Four series will crossover with the King in Black event in February. This tie-in issue, Fantastic Four #29, will be drawn by guest artist Ze Carlos.
"In the middle of the chaos that is King in Black...a symbiote bonds with a member of Marvel’s First Family!" reads Marvel's solicitation for the issue.
The solicitation doesn't disclose which member of the extended Richards family it is, but it makes a bit of sense that it could be Franklin Richards given changes he's had as he's grown into a teenager (such as dying his hair) while also dealing with new questions about him being a mutant or not as revealed recently in Fantastic Four #25.
February's Fantastic Four #29 will also pick up on the recent team-up of the revived Uatu the Watcher and Nick Fury, who was transformed into the Unseen back in the 2014 event Original Sin.
"Also in this issue, the Unseen is putting together a squadron for a secret mission in deep space," Fantastic Four #29's solicitation concludes.
Fantastic Four #29 will be Ze Carlos' first issue of Fantastic Four, after being a guest artist on Spider-Verse #6, and portions of Amazing Mary Jane #6, Amazing Spider-Man #40, Miles Morales: Spider-Man #11 and #14, and Venom #20.
Stay tuned to Newsarama for Marvel Comics' full February 2021 solicitations later this month.
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