Hot, Maskless Doctor Doom Action in Fantastic Four #11 (Preview)

Fantastic Four #11 teases something special. Yes, the world saw Doctor Doom’s face when the Invisible Woman made his clothes invisible on a humiliating intergalactic broadcast… but in this preview of Fantastic Four #11, it seems Doom may be willing to take of the mask… voluntarily. And perhaps for good?

But first, Johnny Storm attempts to talk to Franklin Richards about puberty.

Hot, Maskless Doctor Doom Action in Fantastic Four #11 (Preview)

Unfortunately, Franklin doesn’t seem to be interested, despite the fact that Johnny has perpetually been going through puberty since the 1960s.

Hot, Maskless Doctor Doom Action in Fantastic Four #11 (Preview)

Meanwhile, in Latveria, Doctor Doom is willing to get down on the ground and help his people in reconstructing the country…

Hot, Maskless Doctor Doom Action in Fantastic Four #11 (Preview)

And when his subjects reveal they still find him sexy even if he’s horribly disfigured, it seems like Doom might be about to do the unthinkable…

Hot, Maskless Doctor Doom Action in Fantastic Four #11 (Preview)

Clearly they don’t respect Lucha Libre traditions in Latveria.

Fantastic Four #11 hits stores on Wednesday.

FANTASTIC FOUR #11
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(W) Dan Slott (A) Paco Medina (CA) Esad Ribic
LICENSE TO QUANTUM DRIVE!
• Franklin and Valeria are growing up fast…but not fast enough to legally operate Fantasti-Cars in NYC!
• But wouldn’t you know it, the day of their big driving test is at the exact moment the entire Microverse might implode and take our reality with it!
• Get ready for a cosmic adventure with Marvel’s first family…and two members of New York’s Department of Motor Vehicles.
• Going to parallel worlds? Easy. Parallel parking? Kinda hard!
Rated T
In Shops: Jun 26, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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