Future Foundation #5 Refuses to Let the Series Die Without a Rikki Barnes/Julie Powers Kiss

The final issue of Future Foundation is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, canceled before its time because it didn’t enough Rob Liefeld variant covers. But Jeremy Whitley, Alti Firmansyah, and Triona Farrell aren’t going to leave their readers hanging on the book’s biggest romance, the connection between Julie Power and Rikki Barnes. At least, not if this preview is any indication.

Future Foundation #5 [Preview]

It’s not too late to get caught up, thanks to the recap page.

Future Foundation #5 [Preview]

And in case that wasn’t enough, another recap.

Future Foundation #5 [Preview]

And finally we find our Future Foundation, just chilling in Bentley’s room.

Future Foundation #5 [Preview]

Alex Power says what’s on all of our minds: what’s up with Julie and Rikki?

Future Foundation #5 [Preview]

And the comic obliges, with another flashback…

Future Foundation #5 [Preview]

…and a heroic rescue. And then…

Future Foundation #5 [Preview]

Well, you didn’t think they were gonna give it away in the preview, did you? Future Foundation #5 hits stores on Wednesday.

FUTURE FOUNDATION #5
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(W) Jeremy Whitley (A) Alti Firmansyah (CA) Carlos Pacheco
THE FINAL FRONTIER!
The Future Foundation once banded together to help the Fantastic Four rebuild the entire Multiverse. Now they may have brought about its collapse. As the team reels from last issue’s death, the Maker is getting further out of reach. The team that promised to solve all the Multiverse’s problems is inches away from watching everything die – again.
Rated T
In Shops: Dec 18, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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