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Marvel Masterworks, Volume 021: The…

Marvel Masterworks, Volume 021: The Fantastic Four Volume 4 [#31-40 +…

by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby (Illustrator)

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"The World's Greatest Comic Magazine" becomes just that in this volume. For me issue 35 is the turning point as the FF return to Reed and Ben's old college where they encounter Peter Parker and Dragon Man.
At the end of the issue Reed finally proposes to Sue and in the following issue the 4 are attacked by their evil counterparts The Frightful Four: The Wizard, The Trapster, Sandman and the mysterious Medusa whose true nature would not be revealed until a bit later. Add to this the FF being stripped of their powers and led by Daredevil as Dr Doom attacks them again. Classic. ( )
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Featuring the origin of Doctor Doom, the return of Sue and Johnny's father, the FF side-by-side with Sub-Mariner, the birth of Dragon Man, the attack of the Frightful Four and the battle of the Baxter Building - wherein the FF and Daredevil must take on Doctor Doom without their powers. Collects Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #31-40, Annual #2… (more)

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