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  • CONSENSUS: 92%
    Fantastic Four Annual #1
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 2nd, 1963  ·  $0.25

    Namor has finally found the lost people of Atlantis and is reunited with his lover Lady Dorma, much to the displeasure of Warlord Krang. While on the surface world, the Thing and Human Torch are on another childish rampage... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 96%
    Fantastic Four Annual #2
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 10th, 1964  ·  $0.25

    Doctor Doom is met by his minion Boris on the eve of his mother's death. Doom ventures out to the field where his life began and begins to reflect back... As a young boy, Victor von Doom's father --a gypsy healer--... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 97%
    Fantastic Four Annual #3
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 10th, 1965  ·  $0.25

    Reading the news of Reed Richards and Susan Storm's wedding day, Dr. Doom plots to ruin it by using his emotion changing device to make the super-villain community (whether or not they are a foe of the Fantastic Four)... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    Fantastic Four Annual #4
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1966  ·  $0.25

    While Reed, Sue, and Ben read over some fan mail, they are suddenly startled when Lockjaw transports Johnny and Wyatt into the Baxter Building. While elsewhere, the Mad Thinker (with the help of his computer Quasimodo which... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    Fantastic Four Annual #5
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1967  ·  $0.25

    Susan Richards suddenly faints, prompting the FF to look her over, however Thing leaves to go spent time with Alicia. Meanwhile, elsewhere the Psycho-Man punishes one of his subordinates for delivering a component of his... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 70%
    Fantastic Four Annual #6
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1968  ·  $0.25

    With Sue about to give birth at any moment, her life is at risk unless Reed can secure Element X, an element only found from a single source in the Negative Zone, that will save her and the baby's life from the risk... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 82%
    Fantastic Four #1
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1961  ·  $0.10

    A flare is seen in the sky above Central City; it reads, "The Fantastic Four!"  Susan Storm sees the signal and turns invisible, literally disappearing from a society party she was attending.  She hops... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 84%
    Fantastic Four #2
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1962  ·  $0.10

    At the beginning of this magazine the Fantastic Four are going round causing mayhem. Or are they? Four shapeshifting Skrulls masquarade as them and commit crimes so that they can get the Four out of the way and invade earth.... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 75%
    Fantastic Four #3
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1962  ·  $0.12

    Can even the Fantastic Four defeat a man who performs miracles???At a stage performance, a man who calls himself the Miracle Man demonstrates his amazing powers including invulnerability and strength greater than the Thing.... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 82%
    Fantastic Four #4
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1962  ·  $0.12

    This issue picks up where the last one left off. Johnny Storm (AKA The Human Torch), following an argument with the Thing, and generally feeling under-appreciated by the team, quits and flies off. The rest of the Fantastic... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 82%
    Fantastic Four #5
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1962  ·  $0.12

    The Fantastic Four come face to face with Doctor Doom for the first time, the evil genius who would become the group's greatest foe.Doom attacks the Baxter Building with the intention of recruiting the Fantastic Four... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 82%
    Fantastic Four #6
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1962  ·  $0.12

    Life seems to finally be taking on a semblance of normalcy for the Fantastic Four, although Sue and Johnny fight over her not-so-secret crush on Namor. Meanwhile, Dr. Doom swearing vengeance for his defeat at the hands of... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 69%
    Fantastic Four #7
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1962  ·  $0.12

    When the entire population of Earth suddenly turns violently on the Fantastic Four, the team has nowhere to run until a strange robotic visitor offers them asylum on another planet. Though they suspect a trick, the team... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    Fantastic Four #8
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1962  ·  $0.12

    The villainous Puppet-Master, using specially crafted dolls, manipulates people across the city -- including the Thing and the Invisible Girl. Only the scientific mind of Mr. Fantastic can hope to avert the rampage of a... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 71%
    Fantastic Four #9
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1962  ·  $0.12

    The Fantastic Four are unable to pay their bills, so they are kicked out of the Baxter Building. Reading a newspaper report which says that they are needed for a "Fantastic Four Movie", the foursome decide it's... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    Fantastic Four #10
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1963  ·  $0.12

    This issue opens on Mr. Fantastic using an electronic x-ray camera to take photos of the Invisible Girl in the hopes of finding out the way in which she turns invisible. As he's studying the photo, the Fantastic Four's... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 80%
    Fantastic Four #11
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1963  ·  $0.12

    Story One- "A Visit with the Fantastic Four"At the start of this issue, the Fantastic Four go to a newsstand to buy the latest issue of their magazine, only to find it crowded by people who want to buy it as well.... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 84%
    Fantastic Four #12
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1963  ·  $0.12

    The Incredible HulkThe military are marching through the streets of New York city, but it's not a parade, they are on a mission. When The Thing loses his temper with a member of the crowd, the soldiers mistake him for... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 85%
    Fantastic Four #13
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1963  ·  $0.12

    This issue starts at the Baxter Building, where Reed thinks he might have found a new source of rocket fuel: A Meteorite. He and the Fantastic Four try it out in a rocket which they are pretty sure might make it to the moon.... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 70%
    Fantastic Four #14
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1963

    Part 1: "The Merciless Puppet Master"The Fantastic Four are returning home after having defeated the Red Ghost on the Moon ( Fantastic Four #13). Upon landing at Idlewild Airport, they are greeted by a massive crowd. Each... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 66%
    Fantastic Four #15
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1963

    At the start of this issue, a red alert signal of the Fantastic Four's is sent out from the Baxter Building, causing the Human Torch, Thing, and Invisible Girl to go to the Baxter Building, even though it's inconvienient... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 83%
    Fantastic Four #16
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1963

    At the start of this issue, the Human Torch rushes to the Fantastic Four, as no one answered his signal, only to find the team shrunk down to a tiny size. The team soon grows to full size, although none of them have any... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 90%
    Fantastic Four #17
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1963

    This issue starts just after the end of the previous issue, with the Fantastic Four saying goodbye to Ant-Man, who helped them in the previous issue. The team then recall the adventure with Doctor Doom in the previous issue,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    Fantastic Four #18
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1963

    At the start of this issue, the Skrull Emperor wants someone who can defeat the Fantastic Four. Some Skrull scientists then augment a test subject, making him a Super Skrull, with all the powers of the Fantastic Four, only... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 83%
    Fantastic Four #19
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1963

    After a day in the museum, Reed reads about a rare herb used during ancient Egyptian times which returned eyesight. Realising that this could cure Alicia Masters's blindness, he gets together the rest of the Fantastic Four.... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 73%
    Fantastic Four #20
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1963

    The Fantastic Four's scientific study of a meteorite containing an alien life form is interrupted when a crackling blue globe appears on the streets outside their building. They attempt to dispel the thing, but when Sue... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 75%
    Fantastic Four #21
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 10th, 1963  ·  $0.12

    The Fantastic Four are in the Baxter Building doing their own things. Mr. Fantastic is doing a scientific experiment using his Tide scope to measure the tides in the planetarium room, The Invisible Girl is trying on different... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 85%
    Fantastic Four #22
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    The Fantastic Four, in testing the limits of Sue Storm's powers, discover that she cannot only turn herself invisible but other objects as well. They also learn that she can create invisible force fields. But, no sooner... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 81%
    Fantastic Four #23
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    At a court, a gangster's bail is paid by a strange bald man in a suit. He then takes the gangster to two other men, and introduces the three men to each other: There is Bull Brogin, who is strong but not very smart,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 47%
    Fantastic Four #24
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    The world has to face the power of a great being!A little child with cosmic powers. View »

  • CONSENSUS: 83%
    Fantastic Four #25
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    Reed has discovered the cure for the Thing /Ben Grimm to become human again. Destroying the vial containing the cure in Reeds hands The Thing ruins his chances of becoming normal. The Thing wants no part of it... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 83%
    Fantastic Four #26
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    After battling the Hulk alone, the Torch/Johnny Storm has been hospitalized. The Invisible Girl /Sue Storm Is exhausted and mentally fatigued by trying to save Johnny from the Hulk .Now Ben Grimm /the Thing after taking... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 90%
    Fantastic Four #27
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    Reed Richards testing his 'thought projector' inadvertently reveals his feelings for Sue to the whole team. However, he isn't the only one with the lovely Sue Storm on his mind; Sub-Mariner uses his 'undersea... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    Fantastic Four #28
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    At the start of this issue, the Fantastic Four are discussing the X-Men. Meanwhile, the Puppet Master and Mad Thinker are meeting up, as the Mad Thinker has a plan that will stop the Fantastic Four. He orders the Puppet... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    Fantastic Four #29
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    Responding to a rise in crime in the area of Yancy Street, the Fantastic Four patrol the street - only to find that superheroes are ill equipped to deal with social unrest. But Reed suspects there's more to the antics... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    Fantastic Four #30
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    On vacation in Transylvania, the Fantastic Four get lost in the woods and come across a castle. A local baron warns them off, but that night a mysterious voice calls to Ben Grimm - the voice of Diablo! View »

  • CONSENSUS: 72%
    Fantastic Four #31
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    Sue is abducted by the minions of the Mole Man, and taken hostage! Reed has 24 hours to rescue her before the Avengers take over! View »

  • CONSENSUS: 96%
    Fantastic Four #32
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    An Alien impersonating Sue and Johnny's father breaks out of prison and becomes the dreaded Invincible Man. View »

  • CONSENSUS: 85%
    Fantastic Four #33
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    Lady Dorma asks the Fantastic Four to assist Prince Namor in his battle against the hordes of the Barbaric Attuma. View »

  • CONSENSUS: 69%
    Fantastic Four #34
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    A man named Gideon, the "World's Richest Man" with the power of unlimited wealth, has devised a plan that will tear the Fantastic Four apart. View »

  • CONSENSUS: 82%
    Fantastic Four #35
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    While visiting State U to give a lecture, the Fantastic Four are attacked by Dragon Man, a creature brought to life by their old villain Diablo!1st appearance of Dragon Man. View »

  • CONSENSUS: 92%
    Fantastic Four #36
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    After a glorious (and guest-star filled) Engagement party following the announcement of Reed Richards' and Sue Storm's marriage, the Fantastic Four are attacked by a new super-villain team, the FRIGHTFUL FOUR! View »

  • CONSENSUS: 85%
    Fantastic Four #37
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    The Fantastic Four journey back to the Skrull Homeworld to bring the murderer of Sue and Johnny's father to justice.First appearance of the gorgeous Princess Anelle, the skrull who would eventually steal Captain Marvel's... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 95%
    Fantastic Four #38
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    The Frightful Four are back, with another plan to exterminate the FF ocne and for all!This time, the Wizard's plan is to kidnap the Invisible Girl and lure the rest of the team to an island where they will leave them... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #39
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    With their Powers seemingly vanished, Reed uses his genius to devise power-mimicking gadgets for the team to wear/use, so no one will suspect they no longer have their powers.Just at that moment, Doctor Doom returns to wage... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #40
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    Doctor Doom has seized control of the Baxter Building, the Fantastic Four headquarters! Daredevil teams up with the FF to stop Doom, no easy task, as he has all of Reed's weapons at his disposal! View »

  • CONSENSUS: 95%
    Fantastic Four #41
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1965

    The Frightful Four have returned once again to do battle with the Fantastic Four, but this time they have an ace up their sleeve: The WIngless Wizard has devised a deadly new weapon- the ID MACHINE, a brainwashing device,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 95%
    Fantastic Four #42
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1965

    The battle between the Fantastic Four and The Frightful Four-plus Ben- continue, with Human Torch pretending to be hypnotized, too, so he can infiltrate the Frightful Four camp and find out just what's going on! View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #43
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1965

    Reed must devise a way to bring Ben out of his evil, hypnotic trance, and has no choice but to attempt a dangerous operation of going into Ben's mind and clearing out the lies and distortions.He gasses Ben with Sleeping... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 93%
    Fantastic Four #44
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1965

    As Reed and Sue domesticate the Baxter Building, Johnny has had enough, and leaves to go for a drive. But hiding within his sports car is none other than Madam Medusa, and she demands he drive her out of the city so she... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 91%
    Fantastic Four #45
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1965

    While wandering aimlessly around town, Johnny spies a pretty young girl sitting near a gaping hole in a wall. He goes close to investigate, but the girl tries to escape. It is only when he uses his flames that she sees he... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #46
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 5th, 1966  ·  $0.12

    The Fantastic Four and the Inhumans duke it out amongst each other, until the Inhumans learn that someone called "The Seeker" has arrived. Upon hearing that bit of news, the Inhumans make a hasty departure!Later,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 95%
    Fantastic Four #47
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    Reed and Sue help Triton back on his feet while Ben and Johnny go after the Dragon Man. Meanwhile back at the Great Refuge, Black Bolt has returned to reclaim the crown taken from him by his brother, the troubled Maximus,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 95%
    Fantastic Four #48
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    The first appearance of the Sentinel of the Spaceways and his divinely empowered master, Galactus. The conversation between Reed Richards and Black Bolt of the Inhumans have come to a staggering halt as the palace suddenly... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 96%
    Fantastic Four #49
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 6th, 1966  ·  $0.12

    Galactus has arrived on Earth, and has claimed it as his own, to sustain him till he has drained it of its life-energies! As the Fantastic Four stirke at the great titan with no effect,the Watcher speaks to Galactus, making... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 96%
    Fantastic Four #50
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 4th, 1966  ·  $0.12

    The Silver Surfer tackles Galactus in a cosmic battle, pleading with Galactus to spare Earth , but, as the Watcher points out, how can Galactus be convinced, when what he is doing is not truly evil? Galactus simply “Does... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 90%
    Fantastic Four #51
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1966

    The story begins with The Thing wandering around town in the rain . He is depressed over his appearance and decides to take a walk. Passing by a house, a strange man calls to Thing and invites him inside for some coffee.... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 77%
    Fantastic Four #52
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 6th, 1966  ·  $0.12

    In the jungles of Africa the Fantastic Four are called by the king of the Wakandas, only to test the power of the Black Panther.   1st apperance of Black Panther View »

  • CONSENSUS: 94%
    Fantastic Four #53
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1966

    The Black Panther shows the Fantastic Four why he need to probe his power. They join forces against the powerfull threat of Klaw.   1st appearance and origin of Klaw 1st mention of Vibranium View »

  • CONSENSUS: 82%
    Fantastic Four #54
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    This issue starts off with the Fantastic Four still in Wakanda, where they've been for the past two issues, playing a game of baseball with the natives. Although they are enjoying themselves, Johnny is brooding because... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 70%
    Fantastic Four #55
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    At the start of this issue, the Fantastic Four (minus Johnny) are returning home after having been in Africa the past few issues. The Thing tries calling Alicia Masters, but gets no reply, and so decides to take the Fantastic... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 70%
    Fantastic Four #56
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    This issue opens on Reed and Ben examining sub-space (AKA the Negative Zone), with Sue worrying about what the dangers could be. As they continue studying it, their laboratory is sealed by an unbreakable wall of solidified... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #57
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1966

    This issue opens on Reed, Sue, and Ben entering a State Prison's visiting room, where they are surprised to find the guards unconscious. The Sandman attempts to attack them from behind, and is successful at holding the... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 91%
    Fantastic Four #58
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1967

    The Fantastic Four (minus Johnny) are shocked to see an image of Doctor Doom appear in a heavy rainstorm, but Reed tries to convince them that it's nothing, not wanting to frighten Sue too much. Back in Latveria, Doctor... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    Fantastic Four #59
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1967

    After being defeated by Doctor Doom at the end of last issue, Reed is giving a speech to the world to unite together. He then tells some generals that he plans to find a way to defeat Doom, as long as defences are kept up.... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #60
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1967

    This issue opens with the Fantastic Four (minus Johnny) watching a video of Doctor Doom using the Silver Surfer's powers, which he's stolen. As Ben starts saying that they should be going after him, Wyatt Wingfoot comes... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 91%
    Fantastic Four #61
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    After ridding Doctor Doom of the Silver Surfer's power last issue, the Fantastic Four return to the Baxter Building, only to find themselves attacked by their own weapons. None of them manage to stop the Fantastic Four,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 92%
    Fantastic Four #62
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1967

    At the end of the previous issue, Reed was sucked into the Negative Zone as a result of an attempt to stop Sandman, and is seemingly trapped there forever. The rest of the Fantastic Four are watching him drift away on a... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 90%
    Fantastic Four #63
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1967

    This issue opens up with the Fantastic Four, Crystal, and Triton all together in the Baxter Building after Triton saved Reed from the Negative Zone last issue. However, the ceiling starts collapsing, and Reed stretches up... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 90%
    Fantastic Four #64
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1967

    Whilst on holiday, the Fantastic Four encounter a Sentry for an ancient race known as the Kree that is trying to kill them! View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #65
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1967

    FROM THIS BEYOND PLANET EARTH View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #66
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1967

    Thing, Mr. Fantastic, and Invisible Woman are in Alicia Masters' sculpture room and wonder where she might be. Thing worries that she might be out with another man while Invisible Woman suggests she might be out shopping.... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 92%
    Fantastic Four #67
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1967

    While Reed Richards tries to duplicate the teleporting bracelet that was used abduct Alicia, the scientist have welcomed her to their laboratory.Alicia has been teleported to the Citadel of Science, where a team of men have... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #68
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1967

    Reed tryes once again to change Thing back to Ben Grimm, but needs help from another professor. But, is this Professor truly who he seems to be...   View »

  • CONSENSUS: 72%
    Fantastic Four #69
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1967
  • CONSENSUS: 72%
    Fantastic Four #70
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1968
  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    Fantastic Four #71
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1968
  • CONSENSUS: 72%
    Fantastic Four #72
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1968

    The Watcher arrives on the scene very early in this issue and announces to the Thing, the Human Torch and Crystal that the Silver Surfer is about to attack all of mankind. The Thing and the Torch try and stop the Silver,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #73
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1968

     As a result of the events in Daredevil #38, the Fantastic Four think Daredevil is really Doctor Doom! Spider-Man sees that Daredevil needs help so gets Thor to battle the Thing, whilst he battles the Human Torch and... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #74
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1968
  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    Fantastic Four #75
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1968
  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    Fantastic Four #76
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1968
  • CONSENSUS: 100%
    Fantastic Four #77
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1968
  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    Fantastic Four #78
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1968
  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    Fantastic Four #79
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1968

     In order to save Alicia Masters from an android created by the Mad Thinker, Ben Grimm turns into the Thing, even though it means he can never be Ben Grimm again. View »

  • CONSENSUS: 84%
    Fantastic Four #80
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1968
  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    Fantastic Four #81
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1968
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