7 Jul The Trial of Reed Richards. By rescuing Galactus from death, the universe penalizes Mr. Fantastic for condemning other planets to death. What will be the final verdict? In what is surely one of the GREAT Galactus stories out there, Reed Richards is pit on trial for the death of the Skrull Home-World, or more. 17 Jul In the latest edition of Comics to Read Before You Die, Jessie Robertson looks at Fantastic Four “The Trial of Reed Richards” Found in Fantastic Four: Visionaries Vol. 4 (or Fantastic Four #) January Glynis Oliver Wein- Colorist Jim Shooter- Editor Michael Higgins- Editor Jim Novak- Letterer. Suddenly they appear in the middle of the Galactic Tribunal's trial for the live of Reed Richards. John is taken to Sue, Ben and Johnny who tell him that Reed is being put on trial for sparing the life of Galactus. Sue goes on to point out that the head of the trial is Empress Lilandra, the leader of the Shi'ar. She mentions how.
6 Apr Several readers have inquired about The Trial of Reed Richards (aka The Trial of Galactus), which is a great John Byrne-era Fantastic Four storyline. There are several legal issues to discuss here, but we'll start with a brief synopsis of the story line. Readers who are already familiar with the story can skip to. 28 Feb Today, we look at how Chris Claremont guest-starring the Fantastic Four in “ Uncanny X-Men” led to the trial of Reed Richards! It all began in “Fantastic Four” # (by John Byrne) when Galactus came to Earth seemingly to die, but Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four decided that the heroes had to SAVE. 11 Nov Click here for an archive of the previous three hundred and thirty-nine. Let's begin! COMIC LEGEND: “The Trial of Reed Richards” came about in response to a two-page bit in an issue of Uncanny X-Men. STATUS: True. John Byrne's classic “Trial of Reed Richards” story from Fantastic Four # is one of.
15 May John Byrne created some of the most memorable Fantastic Four epics during his run on Fantastic Four # and Annuals # We will share with you a few of our favorites. With five years of work to pick from, it wasn't easy choosing just a handful! Today's feature: The Trial of Reed Richards! In an. On the family front, Sue's second child was stillborn despite Reed's frantic efforts to save their unborn baby; Reed discovered that his own long-lost father Nathaniel was living a new life with a new family on Other Earth; and an embittered Thing quit the Fantastic Four, partly. 15 Feb I read somewhere—can't recall where—that Byrne created this storyline in response to Chris Claremont's treatment of Phoenix in the Uncanny X-Men. Byrne couldn't believe that Jean Grey and the X-Men would never be held accountable by a galactic tribunal for all the damage and destruction she caused, .