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Fantastic Four (1961-1998) #1

Fantastic Four The Fantastic Four Meet Marvel s First Family Mr Fantastic the Invisible Girl the Human Torch and The Thing In this first issue the FF must confront the menace known as the Mole Man and his giant

  • Title: Fantastic Four (1961-1998) #1
  • Author: Stan Lee Jack Kirby
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Fantastic Four Meet Marvel s First Family Mr Fantastic, the Invisible Girl, the Human Torch, and The Thing In this first issue, the FF must confront the menace known as the Mole Man and his giant underground monsters, as they attack atomic plants all over the world.

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    1 thought on “Fantastic Four (1961-1998) #1

    1. Obviously written for children by a man who thinks all children are stupid.This isn't getting the 'from a simpler time' pass. It was published in 1961. Humanity had already rocketed some very expensive junk to the moon by this point. Humans had also proven time and again, over a course of centuries, their ability to craft sophisticated stories.Why does the Invisible Girl turn invisible to rush to the Fantastic Four's rendezvous point? You'd think she would do so in order to sneak past any obstac [...]

    2. I have finally read the first issue that "began" the Marvel universe!!! Fantastic Four #1 was a fast-paced comic that briefly gave you a look at the team's origins and their first encounter with the Mole-Man! It was interesting to see the team's dynamic and briefly how the team got along with each other. There was definitely a sense of more adventures to come for the FF and I am excited to read them!

    3. A classic, but poor story. Not enough time spent explaining the origins. Very quick conflict between the F4 and the villain in the story. Very rushed.

    4. I liked the first issue to the Fantastic Four it was not perfect Favorite character of the Fantastic four is Mr. Fantastic the leader of the group. this the first time i have a fantastic four comic. i have seen the movies when they first came out. i was wondering what were the differences between the comics and films adaption of these characters put on the big Screen. It was Good start to the Series.

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