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In 2024 the Fantastic Four is to be the start of an All New MCU! Anonymous 22/03/17(Thu)17:36 No. 25949

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In 2008 the Invincible Iron Man became the corner stone of the CURRENT Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The current MCU is to come to an end after 15 years on November 3 2023.
Title of the movie is to be:
Deadpool Kills the Marvel Cinematic Universe

February 16 2024, is to be the start of the all new corner stone of the Marvel Cinematic Universe:
The Fantastic Four

Profile Fantastic Four Anonymous 22/03/17(Thu)18:09 No. 25950

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The Fantastic Four are a group of superheroes
who have experienced some of the wildest adventures
ever depicted in comic books, but perhaps the root
of their appeal is the extent to which they embody
the idea of a family, warts and all. Bound together
by the strange powers that each acquired while
manning an experimental rocket, they are also
joined by legal and blood relationships. Reed
Richards and Sue Storm were engaged when the series
began in 1961 and married a few years later; Johnny
Storm is Sue's younger brother. The odd man out is
Ben Grimm, ostensibly just a friend of the family,
but really the heart and soul of the team.

Anonymous 22/03/17(Thu)18:13 No. 25951

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Reed Richards developed a flexible, elastic body
and became Mr. Fantastic, but remained a brilliant
and aloof scientist, more at home with his work
than with people. Sue Storm, transformed into The Invisible Girl (later Woman), maintained the air of
a middle-class matron. These two rather restrained
character were the symbolic parents of the group,
while the adolescent Johnny, an updated version of The Human Torch (from 1939), functioned as their
spoiled son. Ben Grimm, who turned into the hideous
but powerful Thing, appeared to be the family's
gruff but lovable uncel, who came from a distinctly
less privileged background.

In the original synopsis that writer-editor Stan
Lee gave artist Jack Kirby, Lee proposed making
The Thing into "the heavy". Deformed, under-
privileged and argumentative, Ben actually became
the most lovable group member: honest, direct and
free of pretension.

61 years (1961-2022) Anonymous 22/03/17(Thu)18:17 No. 25952

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He brought humor and pathos to the stories,
while his emotional responses and frequent
tantrums suggested that he might really be
the baby of the household. The others sported spiffy uniforms, he sported a big blue diaper.
The perfect balance of this original family unit, with its staid parents, privileged older son and squalling, uninhibited infant, has made The
Fantastic Four auniquely appealing team.

Over the years, the balance of The Fantastic Four
has shifted on several occasions. More than one
member has walked out in a huff, and even been
apparently replaced, but with the passage of time,
the status quo has always reasserted itself. The
ties of blood and loyalty are as strong for misfits
as they are for mortals.

Are Those Quantum Bands In The Ms Marvel Trailer? Anonymous 22/03/18(Fri)22:28 No. 25954

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Of course they are. In the MCU the Kamala Khan character is the live action tribute of the 1950's Marvel Boy, 1970's Marvel Man and 1980's, 1990's and early 2000's Quasar!

Anonymous 22/03/18(Fri)22:31 No. 25955

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The MCU Kamala can hold her own against the likes of The Human Torch...

Anonymous 22/03/18(Fri)22:32 No. 25956

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...and The Thing and The Invisible Girl/Woman.

Anonymous 22/04/21(Thu)10:43 No. 25967

Fans urge Marvel to cast a black Reed Richards https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAtj0OpLE7s

Fantastic Four #4 May 1962 Anonymous 22/05/19(Thu)16:33 No. 25999

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First Silver Age appearance of the Sub-Mariner in "The Coming of... Sub-Mariner!"

The Human Torch has quit the team. Reed, Sue, and Ben use the Fantasti-Car to search the city for him. Johnny, though, has gone to Swanson's Garage to work on cars. Ben, on a hunch, goes to the garage.

Anonymous 22/05/19(Thu)16:35 No. 26000

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Unable to use his flame because of the gasoline around him, Johnny faces an angry Ben without his power. Ben backs him into a corner, but, before the Thing can hit Johnny, he changes back to his old, human form. Johnny uses the distraction to leave the garage, flame on, and fly away. Ben immediately changes back to the Thing.

Johnny goes to the Bowery to find accommodations. Once in his bunk, he reads a 1940s comic about the Sub-Mariner. Another guest of the establishment notices what he's reading and says, "We got a stumble-bum right here who's as strong as that joker was supposed to be!" He hands the bearded "stumble-bum" a phone book and tells him to tear it in half. The man refuses. The others attack him but get swatted away. The man complains that he can't remember anything: "Why have I spent the long years here, in a fog, with my mind a blank??" Johnny says, "Flame on!" ignites one finger, and burns off the man's beard. He looks just like the Sub-Mariner, pointy ears and all.

Anonymous 22/05/19(Thu)16:36 No. 26001

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Johnny carries the man out to sea and drops him into the water. Back in his native element, the Sub-Mariner remembers who he is. He goes to his home, Atlantis.

Anonymous 22/05/19(Thu)16:37 No. 26002

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It lies in radioactive ruins, a casualty of atomic testing. The Sub-Mariner returns to New York and tells Johnny that he will retaliate by destroying the human race.

The rest of the FF, back at the Baxter Building, see Johnny's flare rise from the waterfront. They take the Fantasti-Car to meet him and learn about the Sub-Mariner's revival.

Out at sea, the Sub-Mariner finds Giganto, "the largest living thing in all the world," and the Horn of Proteus that can rouse him. He leads the creature towards New York, which begins an evacuation. The army bombards Giganto without effect. The Thing comes up with a daring plan: strap a nuclear bomb to his back, get inside the monster, and leave it there to destroy it. While Giganto takes a nap, Ben carries the bomb down its gullet.

Anonymous 22/05/19(Thu)16:37 No. 26003

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With seconds to spare, Ben makes it out of the monster's maw. The Sub-Mariner threatens to use the horn to summon more creatures. An invisible Sue grabs the horn and runs away with it. The Sub-Mariner tackles her. She becomes visible. "If you will be my bride," says the Sub-Mariner, "I might show mercy to the rest of your pitiful race!" She responds, "How can I make such a choice?" He threatens again to use the horn. Sue says, "I—I'll do anything—I'll become your bride!" Johnny, though, forms a tornado that pulls the Sub-Mariner into the air and drops him in the ocean. The horn falls to the bottom. The Sub-Mariner swears, "I'll be back!"

Anonymous 22/05/21(Sat)16:03 No. 26012

>>25954 MCU Quasar
>>25955 aka
>>25956 Kamala Khan

MS MARVEL Trailer 3 (2022) Teaser https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFtvO9AFlLI

Anonymous 22/06/05(Sun)09:11 No. 26097


Anonymous 22/06/12(Sun)12:26 No. 26110

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Ms Marvel is Fantastic! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WWnevZGFNg Cool!

Anonymous 22/07/24(Sun)19:48 No. 26160

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>>26001 TENOCH HUERTA stands revealed as the legendary PRINCE of the sea...the invincible NAMOR, the Sub-Mariner!!

Anonymous 22/07/24(Sun)20:48 No. 26161

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'Another new addition to the cast, TENOCH HUERTA, who plays PRINCE NAMOR, was emotional too. He seemed ready to bounce off the stage, he was so happy to be there. Who could blame him? He’s been cast as one of the most iconic heroes in Marvel’s illustrious history in an almost-certain blockbuster. But the Mexican actor used his moment with the mic to point out why his casting matters beyond career (and MCU) repercussions. “I come from the hood. And because of inclusion I'm here,” the actor said, before adding in Spanish, “Gracias a todos los paisanos, ustedes cruzaron el río, dejaron todo lo que amaban atrás, gracias a eso yo estoy aquí.”

Which, in English, means: “Thanks to all the countrymen, you crossed the river, left everything you loved behind, thanks to that I am here.”

It was a statement of justifiable pride by someone who recognized how big a moment he found himself in.'


Fantastic Four #5 July 1962 Anonymous 22/08/01(Mon)13:29 No. 26190

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Origin and first appearance of Doctor Doom in "Prisoners of Doctor Doom!"

Part 1:
Johnny, while reading an issue of The Incredible Hulk, compares Ben to the monster. Ben grabs the comic, but Johnny sets it afire. Reed and Sue stop them before they come to blows. The lights go out, despite their emergency generator. Doctor Doom, in a helicopter, drops a net over the Baxter Building. When Doom calls out to them, Reed recognizes the voice: Victor von Doom, an old college classmate. After an experiment at university, during which Doom tried to communicate with the dead but instead caused an explosion, he was expelled. Doom demands Sue as a hostage, and she agrees, going to the roof.

Anonymous 22/08/01(Mon)13:29 No. 26191

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Part 2:
Doom takes the Invisible Girl aboard his ship, binding and gagging her. He then demands the rest of the FF must enter his ship and pledge not to attack him. The Thing agrees to this by sending off a flare. Doom lowers a cage over Reed, Ben, and Johnny and takes them to his castle. Once there, he tells them that he has invented a time machine and that they must retrieve Blackbeard's treasure chest from the past. With Sue as Doom's hostage, they must agree. Doom presses a button, activating the time platform they were unwittingly standing on. They appear in a port, where they come across two brigands arguing over a stolen bundle of clothes. Ben scares them off. With the clothes, they disguise themselves, including a heavy black beard for Ben. Looking for someone in Blackbeard's crew, they go to a tavern. Two pirates tell the barmaid to serve the strangers drugged grog.

Anonymous 22/08/01(Mon)13:30 No. 26192

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Part 3:
Reed, Ben, and Johnny wake up in the hold of a pirate ship. Ben bursts through the deck and subdues the entire crew with the help of Johnny and Reed. When another ship appears, Ben takes command and orders his crew to attack!
Part 4:
Johnny flames on, harasses the other ship, and raises a cloud of steam.

Anonymous 22/08/01(Mon)13:31 No. 26193

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Reed stretches to the other ship like a gangplank, over which their crew passes. A quick fight ensues. While Reed and Johnny haul a treasure chest out of the hold, the crew hails Ben as Blackbeard. Reed empties the chest, reminding Johnny that they only promised to bring back Blackbeard's chest, not the treasure itself, and he replaces the treasure with chains. On deck, they realize that Ben is the Blackbeard of legend. He refuses to return with them, ordering the crew to douse Johnny, wrap Reed in a sail, and set them adrift in a lifeboat. Before they can launch the boat, though, a huge waterspout strikes the ship and destroys it. Reed and Johnny make it to shore, where they find Ben and the chest.

Anonymous 22/08/01(Mon)13:32 No. 26194

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Part 5:
The time platform appears above them and returns them to the present. Doom says that the treasure includes gems enchanted by Merlin and that they will make him "invincible." He opens the chest and discovers that he's been cheated, which gives Ben the opportunity to attack. A single punch shatters the armor—and the machinery inside. It's a robot! The real Doom, in another part of the castle, activates a screen and tells them he will draw the air from their chamber. Sue, still his hostage, sees her chance. She turns invisible and short-circuits his control panel, which explodes. Doom is caught in the blast. She runs to the chamber and opens the door. Rather than confront Doom, who Reed assumes has traps everywhere, they decide to escape. Reed stretches through a window across the moat, Ben pushes that section of wall open while Reed pulls, and Johnny uses "atomic heat" to make a path across the crocodile-infested moat. Johnny then sets fire to the castle, and Doom escapes with his Rocket-Powered Flying Harness. Before he can catch Doom, Johnny's flame runs out.

Continuity Notes Anonymous 22/08/01(Mon)13:36 No. 26195

1. Johnny Storm is seen reading a copy of Incredible Hulk #1. The Hulk made his first guest appearance in Fantastic Four #12.

2. First appearance of Doctor Doom. His origins were expanded upon in Fantastic Four Annual #2 and Books of Doom #1–6. It was revealed in Astonishing Tales #8 that Victor was attempting to contact the netherworld in order to search for the lost soul of his mother Cynthia. Reed says that after Doom was expelled he was presumed to have died in Tibet, but a subsequent meeting between the two was shown in Before the Fantastic Four: Reed Richards #2–3.

3.The crew that Ben commanded as Blackbeard had previously served Red Lucy Keogh, a prior incarnation of the Scarlet Witch as shown in Marvel Comics Presents #60–63.

4. In our history, Blackbeard was a documented person (real name Edward Teach) rather than a legend. He practiced piracy for 27 months, beginning in 1716. If Teach existed in the Earth-616 universe is unspecified.

5. Thing's time as Blackbeard was interrupted by a time traveling Doctor Doom and Iron Man in Iron Man (Vol. 2) #11.

6. Doom is seeking the Stones of Merlin in this story, while they are lost at sea in this issue they were eventually resurfaced in Dazzler #3–4.

7. The Fantastic Four's battle with Doctor Doom upon their return to the present was revisited and expanded upon in Hulk & Thing: Hard Knocks #1–2.

Anonymous 22/08/08(Mon)21:05 No. 26245

i can never fully express the pain i feel over the fact that stan lee, for all his greatness, didn't understand the potential of bringing marvel to the screen in a unified way, and instead licensed the characters piecemeal.

a mistake we still pay for today.

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