It's this attitude that sees Vincent Destine wig out - there's so much sadness in the world and while his massively powered family could help, they instead devote themselves to private pleasures. Vincent's breakdown, which spans several historic periods and versions of himself, puts the Torch, Thing and Dr Strange in massive danger as they try to work out if he's hero or villain.
This is quite the romp. The time travelling gives writer/artist Alan Davis and inking partner Mark Farmer the chance to dazzle us with dinosaurs, roll out the Romans and welcome us to Woodstock in page after page of dead-on storytelling. Other members of the Clan Destine also put in appearances, among them Dom, Walter, Gracie, Albert, Jasmine and the man who started it all by falling in love with a genie, Adam. Little known they may be to the Marvel readership at large, but Davis's creations are a compelling, charismatic crew (click on image to enlarge).
While this story is self-contained, you could view it as part of a bigger tale by checking out August's Daredevil and Wolverine annuals, also by Davis (and hopefully Farmer), and also featuring the Clan Destine. I certainly shall.