This volume reprints Fantastic Four #570-574, and is the start of a run by a new creative team, who manage to capture the spirit of the Lee & Kirby original while setting it in the ultra-modern world, and they do so with great skill and style. We can be looking at a group of parallel-dimensional Reed Richardses carrying out surgery on a star one minute, while we are sitting at the breakfast table in the Baxter Building the next. The team manage to mix family life with interdimensional adventuring, giving us a look into the childhood of Reed Richards, and seeing how it enables him to remain human, and empathise with his children and the many `orphans' they have come across in their adventures. We also see a number of seeds being planted for the future, as the kids go adventuring at the end of time, and Franklin has a birthday party.
This is why the Fantastic Four was once called The World's Greatest Comic Magazine, and will be again.