Posted - January 7, 2018
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Fantastic Four No. 237
The Eyes Have It
How much time did the FF spend in that miniatiurized fake town from last issue? Two weeks.
Having "inherited" a comatose Doctor Doom, the Four decide to put him in storage.
What a strange thought from Ben.
But the Thing and Ben Grimm are the same person dummy!
The Thing's weight training gear not only looks massive it looks massively expensive.
Way to go Ben, your out with your GF and this is what you do? Hit the weights while she, what, twiddles her thumbs? Not good.
Mr. Fantastic's equipment looks equally impressive.
It's the time for boyfriend gaffs as one of Johnny's first words to Frankie is 'you look awful'.
Even if it's true you should just keep those kind of opinions to yourself Mr. Storm
Did this comicbook just turn naughty?
Nope. But more on that later, as in: next issue - oh the suspense!
Sometimes Reed's stretching abilities almost seems like flying.
Uh-oh this is not a simple street robbery, 'somebody' has arrived.
An alien somebody that causes vertigo.
As Frankie looks on, his parents are rendered senseless. The stricken heir to powers cosmic activates his own latent abilities.
This time it is the alien Spinnerette's turn to fall. Just how big she is can be seen in the panel below.
Going into the store that was just robbed, Reed Richards begins to remind me of Sherlock Holmes.
The robbers strike again and so does Spinnerette but this time Reed manages to capture one of the thugs.
More detective work.
The captured thief talks about Spinnerette's strange fascination with silver.
Coming upon Spinnerette, Reed manages to use one of his clever gadgets - a universal translator.
Spinnerette reveals her ship.
Stranger and stranger.
And now all is explained.
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