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First Appearance of the Fantastic Four (Sue Storm, Reed Richards, Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm)

The Fantastic Four!
Stan Lee (signed)
Jack Kirby (signed)
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]] (introduction, origin); the Mayor of Central City
"The Fantastic Four!" Dr. Reed Richards takes his friends on a rocket trip that changes their lives forever.
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Published November 1961 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Fantastic Four (Sue Storm, Reed Richards, Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm)

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Story Title
The Fantastic Four!
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Jack Kirby (signed)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]] (introduction, origin); the Mayor of Central City
Storyline
"The Fantastic Four!" Dr. Reed Richards takes his friends on a rocket trip that changes their lives forever.

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Story Title
The Fantastic Four Meet the Mole Man!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
Atomic plants disappear all around the world. Reed Richards pinpoints a place which is at the same distance from them all: Monster Isle.

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Story Title
The Moleman's Secret!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
Having captured the Fantastic Four, Moleman recounts how he discovered his underground kingdom.
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Published January 1962 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Skrulls

The Fantastic Four Meet the Skrulls from Outer Space!
Stan Lee (signed)
Jack Kirby (signed)
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]]; Skrulls (introduction)
"The Fantastic Four Meet the Skrulls from Outer Space!" Four shape-changing Skrulls pose as the Fantastic Four and act as criminals while the true ones are in the country and recall their origin.
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Published January 1962 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Skrulls

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Story Title
The Fantastic Four Meet the Skrulls from Outer Space!
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Jack Kirby (signed)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]]; Skrulls (introduction)
Storyline
"The Fantastic Four Meet the Skrulls from Outer Space!" Four shape-changing Skrulls pose as the Fantastic Four and act as criminals while the true ones are in the country and recall their origin.

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Story Title
Part 2 Prisoner of the Skrulls
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
The real FF is inprisoned by the government for their criminal acts. They escape and decide to flush out the imitating Skrulls.

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Story Title
The Fantastic Four Fight Back!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
The FF infiltrate the Skrull mothership and pose as the Skrull spies. Mr. Fantastic uses clippings from Strange Tales and Journey Into Mystery to trick the Skrulls into thinking that the Earth forces are too strong to attack.

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Story Title
The Fantastic Four... Captured!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
The four Skrull spies are captured, forced to take on the form of cows and then hypnotized to forget all of their former lives.
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Published March 1962 by Marvel
Chapter 1 The Menace of the Miracle Man
Stan Lee (signed)
Jack Kirby (signed); Sol Brodsky (see notes)
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; Miracle Man (villain, introduction)
"Chapter 1 The Menace of the Miracle Man" The Miracle Man performs his supervillain debut at his magic show by humiliating the Thing.
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Published March 1962 by Marvel

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Story Title
Chapter 1 The Menace of the Miracle Man
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Jack Kirby (signed); Sol Brodsky (see notes)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; Miracle Man (villain, introduction)
Storyline
"Chapter 1 The Menace of the Miracle Man" The Miracle Man performs his supervillain debut at his magic show by humiliating the Thing.

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Story Title
Chapter II The Monster Lives!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed); Sol Brodsky (see notes)
Story Line
Miracle Man declares war on humanity and animates a movie monster statue.

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Story Title
Chapter III The Flame that Died!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed); Sol Brodsky (see notes)
Story Line
Human Torch torches the animated Monster from Mars-statue and Invisible Girl stowes away on the atomic tank that Miracle Man has stolen.

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Story Title
Chapter IV In the Shadow of Defeat!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed); Sol Brodsky (see notes)
Story Line
The Thing recalls the origin of the Fantastic Four while the Invisible Girl is taken prisoner by Miracle Man.

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Story Title
Chapter V The Final Challenge!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed); Sol Brodsky (see notes)
Story Line
Miracle Man is defeated, but at the cost of the Human Torch leaving the Fantastic Four.
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Published May 1962 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Silver Age Appearance of the Submariner

The Coming of... Sub-Mariner! Chapter 1 On the Trail of the Torch!
Stan Lee (signed)
Jack Kirby (signed)
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; Monster from Mars-statue (flashback); Miracle Man (flashback)
"The Coming of... Sub-Mariner! Chapter 1 On the Trail of the Torch!" The Fantastic Four is searching for the runaway Human Torch.
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Published May 1962 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Silver Age Appearance of the Submariner

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Story Title
The Coming of... Sub-Mariner! Chapter 1 On the Trail of the Torch!
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Jack Kirby (signed)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; Monster from Mars-statue (flashback); Miracle Man (flashback)
Storyline
"The Coming of... Sub-Mariner! Chapter 1 On the Trail of the Torch!" The Fantastic Four is searching for the runaway Human Torch.

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Story Title
Chapter 2 Enter the Sub-Mariner!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
Fleeing the Thing, the runaway Human Torch finds the amnesiac Sub-Mariner.

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Story Title
Chapter 3 Let the World Beware!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The Human Torch drops the Sub-Mariner into the sea and he regains his memory.

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Story Title
Chapter 4 Sub-Mariner's Revenge!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The Sub-Mariner sends Giganto to smash New York.

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Story Title
Chapter 5 Return to the Deep!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The Thing walks into Giganto with a bomb and blows him up. The Human Torch sweeps the Sub-Mariner and Giganto away into the sea. The Sub-Mariner says "I'll be back!"
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First Appearance of Doctor Doom

Prisoners of Doctor Doom! Part 1
Stan Lee (signed)
Jack Kirby (signed)
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]]; Doctor Doom [Victor Von Doom]
"Prisoners of Doctor Doom! Part 1" Doctor Doom takes the Invisible Girl hostage to insure her teammates' obedience.
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Published July 1962 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance Doctor Doom

First Appearance of Doctor Doom

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Story Title
Prisoners of Doctor Doom! Part 1
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Jack Kirby (signed)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]]; Doctor Doom [Victor Von Doom]
Storyline
"Prisoners of Doctor Doom! Part 1" Doctor Doom takes the Invisible Girl hostage to insure her teammates' obedience.

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Story Title
Part 2 Back to the Past!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
Doctor Doom brings the FF to his castle stronghold in the USA. There he sends the Torch, the Thing and Mr. Fantastic back in time to retrieve the pirate Blackbeard's treasure.

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Story Title
Part 3 On the Trail of Blackbeard
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The Thing takes command of a sailing ship in the era of the pirate Blackbeard.

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Story Title
Part 4 Battle!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The Thing takes on the role of Blackbeard the Pirate and wishes to remain in the past.

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Story Title
Part 5 The Vengeance of Doctor Doom!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
Doom tries to kill the FF when they return from the past, but Invisible Girl saves them. Doom escapes with his jetpack.
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Published September 1962 by Marvel
Captives of the Deadly Duo! Part 1
Stan Lee (signed)
Jack Kirby (signed)
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]]; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Doctor Doom
"Captives of the Deadly Duo! Part 1" Doctor Doom presents himself to Sub-Mariner and offers him an alliance against the Fantastic Four and all mankind.
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Published September 1962 by Marvel

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Story Title
Captives of the Deadly Duo! Part 1
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Jack Kirby (signed)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]]; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Doctor Doom
Storyline
"Captives of the Deadly Duo! Part 1" Doctor Doom presents himself to Sub-Mariner and offers him an alliance against the Fantastic Four and all mankind.

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Story Title
Part 2 When Super-Menaces Unite
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
Dr. Doom gives a "Grabber" to Sub-Mariner and Human Torch discovers that Invisible Girl hides a photo of the Sub-Mariner in a book.

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Story Title
Part 3 When Friends Fall Out!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The Sub-Mariner plants the "Grabber" in the Baxter Building and it is lifted into space by Doctor Doom.

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Story Title
Part 4 Trapped!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The Baxter Building is set on a collision course with the Sun and the Sub-Mariner discovers that Doctor Doom has betrayed him.

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Story Title
Part 5 The End... or the Beginning?
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
Doctor Doom is flung out into space and the Baxter Building is returned to its foundation.
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Published October 1962 by Marvel
Prisoners of Kurrgo, Master of Planet X Part 1 It Came From the Skies!
Stan Lee (signed)
Jack Kirby (signed)
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]]; Kurrgo (introduction); Kurrgo's robot (introduction)
"Prisoners of Kurrgo, Master of Planet X Part 1 It Came From the Skies!" Kurrgo sends a robot to take the Fantastic Four to Planet X.
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Published October 1962 by Marvel

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Story Title
Prisoners of Kurrgo, Master of Planet X Part 1 It Came From the Skies!
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Jack Kirby (signed)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]]; Kurrgo (introduction); Kurrgo's robot (introduction)
Storyline
"Prisoners of Kurrgo, Master of Planet X Part 1 It Came From the Skies!" Kurrgo sends a robot to take the Fantastic Four to Planet X.

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Story Title
Part 2 Outlawed
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The robot from Planet X puts on a "hostility ray" to make people riot against the Fantastic Four.

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Story Title
Part 3 Bound for Planet X!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The robot grants the Fantastic Four asylum on Planet X.

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Story Title
Part 4 Twenty Four Hours till Zero!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
Kurrgo orders the Fantastic Four to save his people from Planet X's destruction.

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Story Title
Part 5 The End of Planet X!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
Kurrgo perishes on Planet X, but his people gets away from its destruction.
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First Appearance of the Puppet Master

Prisoners of the Puppet Master!
Stan Lee (signed)
Jack Kirby (signed)
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; the Puppet Master (introduction)
"Prisoners of the Puppet Master!" The Puppet Master tests his radioactive clay that gives him the power to remotely control people that are modeled in the clay.
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Published November 1962 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Puppet Master

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Story Title
Prisoners of the Puppet Master!
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Jack Kirby (signed)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; the Puppet Master (introduction)
Storyline
"Prisoners of the Puppet Master!" The Puppet Master tests his radioactive clay that gives him the power to remotely control people that are modeled in the clay.

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Story Title
The Hands of the Puppet Maker Part 2
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The Puppet Master gets the Thing under his command and imprisons the Invisible Girl. He then send the Thing and Alicia Masters to infiltrate the Baxter Building.

Other Story

Story Title
The Lady and the Monster! Part 3
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
While acting under the Puppet Master's influence, the Thing is subjected to one of Mister Fantastic's potions that changes him back to Ben Grimm.

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Story Title
Face-to-face with the Puppet Master! Part 4
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The Puppet Master stages a jailbreak just to prove his might. Invisible Girl sends a distress signal to her teammates and the Puppet Master flees when meeting the combined forces of the Fantastic Four.

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Story Title
Death of a Puppet! Part 5
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Story Line
The jail break is stopped by the Fantastic Four and the Puppet Master falls to what seems to be his death.
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Published December 1962 by Marvel
The End of the Fantastic Four!
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Alicia Masters
"The End of the Fantastic Four!" The Fantastic Four are bankrupt and the Sub-Mariner is scheming to use this.
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Published December 1962 by Marvel

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Story Title
The End of the Fantastic Four!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Alicia Masters
Storyline
"The End of the Fantastic Four!" The Fantastic Four are bankrupt and the Sub-Mariner is scheming to use this.

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Story Title
Part 2 Sub-Mariner Gives the Orders!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
The Sub-Mariner offers the Fantastic Four one million dollars if they star in a film that he's producing.

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Story Title
Part 3 The Fury of Mr. Fantastic
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
Mr. Fantastic discovers that the film project is a setup.

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Story Title
Part 4 The Flame of Battle
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
Human Torch and Thing discover that the film project is a setup.

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Story Title
Vengeance Is Ours! Part 5
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
The film is produced and an unwilling Sub-Mariner pays the Fantastic Four their money.
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Published January 1963 by Marvel
The Return of Doctor Doom!
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; Alicia Masters; Doctor Doom (villain); Stan Lee; Jack Kirby
"The Return of Doctor Doom!" Doctor Doom returns from his unwanted journey in space and visits Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in order to make them set a trap for the Fantastic Four.
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Published January 1963 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Return of Doctor Doom!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; Alicia Masters; Doctor Doom (villain); Stan Lee; Jack Kirby
Storyline
"The Return of Doctor Doom!" Doctor Doom returns from his unwanted journey in space and visits Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in order to make them set a trap for the Fantastic Four.

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Story Title
Part 2 Back from the Dead!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
Doctor Doom tells how he managed to return to Earth with the help of the Ovoids and then he changes bodies with Mr Fantastic using Ovoid technology.

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Story Title
Part 3 The End of Mr. Fantastic?
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
Doctor Doom convinces the rest of the Fantastic Four that he is Mr Fantastic.

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Story Title
Part 4 No Place to Turn!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
Doctor Doom (as Mr. Fantastic) displays his new shrinking-ray and Mr. Fantastic (in Doom's body) escapes his captivity in Doom's castle.

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Story Title
Part 5 The Real Doctor Doom!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
Doctor Doom and Mr. Fantastic get their bodies back and Doom is put under his own shrinking-ray and shrinks down to sub-atomic size.
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First Appearance of the Impossible Man

A Visit with the Fantastic Four
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby; Al Hartley ? (alterations)
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]] (origin retelling); Willie Lumpkin (introduction]; the Skrulls (flashback)
"A Visit with the Fantastic Four" Willie Lumpkin brings to the Fantastic Four their huge mailbag. It makes them think about their youths and their origin.
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Published February 1963 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Impossible Man

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Story Title
A Visit with the Fantastic Four
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby; Al Hartley ? (alterations)
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]] (origin retelling); Willie Lumpkin (introduction]; the Skrulls (flashback)
Storyline
"A Visit with the Fantastic Four" Willie Lumpkin brings to the Fantastic Four their huge mailbag. It makes them think about their youths and their origin.

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Story Title
The Impossible Man
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
The police call the Fantastic four to help against a childish extra-terrestrial.
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Published March 1963 by Marvel Tags: Hulk
The Incredible Hulk [Part 1]
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]]; the Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Alicia Masters; General Thunderbolt Ross; Captain Nelson (introduction)
"The Incredible Hulk [Part 1]" General Ross asks the Fantastic Four "to find and destroy the Hulk". His base was victim of a saboteur and Hulk is the only suspect.
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Published March 1963 by Marvel Tags: Hulk

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Story Title
The Incredible Hulk [Part 1]
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]]; the Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Alicia Masters; General Thunderbolt Ross; Captain Nelson (introduction)
Storyline
"The Incredible Hulk [Part 1]" General Ross asks the Fantastic Four "to find and destroy the Hulk". His base was victim of a saboteur and Hulk is the only suspect.

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Story Title
Part 4 The Hulk at Last!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
Karl Kort brings Rick in caves where Hulk and the Fantastic Four are searching for him.

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Story Title
Part 3 Who Is the Wrecker?
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
Rick Jones identifies Karl Kort as the saboteur.

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Story Title
Part 2 Mission: Stop the Hulk!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
The Fantastic Four goes to a briefing at the base in New Mexico. There, they meet Bruce Banner and his assistant, Karl Kort, to discuss how to stop the Hulk.
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Published April 1963 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Watcher and the Red Ghost

The Fantastic Four Versus the Red Ghost and His Indescribable Super-Apes! [Part 1]
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby; Al Hartley ? (alterations)
The Fantastic Four [the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; The Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]]; the Red Ghost [Ivan Kragoff] (origin); the Red Ghost's super-apes (origin)
"The Fantastic Four Versus the Red Ghost and His Indescribable Super-Apes! [Part 1]" While Reed prapares a journey to the Blue Area of the Moon, Ivan Kragoff trains three apes to pilot a spaceship and take possession of the Moon "for the communist empire".
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Published April 1963 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Watcher and the Red Ghost

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Story Title
The Fantastic Four Versus the Red Ghost and His Indescribable Super-Apes! [Part 1]
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby; Al Hartley ? (alterations)
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; The Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]]; the Red Ghost [Ivan Kragoff] (origin); the Red Ghost's super-apes (origin)
Storyline
"The Fantastic Four Versus the Red Ghost and His Indescribable Super-Apes! [Part 1]" While Reed prapares a journey to the Blue Area of the Moon, Ivan Kragoff trains three apes to pilot a spaceship and take possession of the Moon "for the communist empire".

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Story Title
Part 4 Duel in the Dead City!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
The Fantastic Four battles the Red Ghost and his super-apes on the Moon.

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Story Title
Part 3 The Watcher Appears!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
The Watcher appears and explains where he comes from and why he cannot take sides in the battle between the Fantastic Four and the Red Ghost.

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Story Title
Part 2 Menace on the Moon!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
In space, the Fantastic Four's ship crosses that of Ivan Kragoff and they learn of the powers the apes have acquired before landing on the moon
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Published May 1963 by Marvel
The Merciless Puppet Master
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; the Puppet Master; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Alicia Masters; Mole Man [Moleman] (cameo); the Skrulls (cameo); Doctor Doom (cameo)
"The Merciless Puppet Master" The Puppet Master is declared healed and plans his revenge againt the Fantastic Four. This time, he'll use the Sub-Mariner.
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Published May 1963 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Merciless Puppet Master
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; the Puppet Master; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Alicia Masters; Mole Man [Moleman] (cameo); the Skrulls (cameo); Doctor Doom (cameo)
Storyline
"The Merciless Puppet Master" The Puppet Master is declared healed and plans his revenge againt the Fantastic Four. This time, he'll use the Sub-Mariner.
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Published June 1963 by Marvel
The Fantastic Four Battle the Mad Thinker and His Awesome Android
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; the Mad Thinker (introduction); the Thinker's Awesome Android (origin); Alicia Masters; Cousin Bones (introduction); Fatal Finnegan (introduction); Willie Lumpkin; Peggy; Shorty
"The Fantastic Four Battle the Mad Thinker and His Awesome Android" The Mad Thinker has summoned gang leaders to try to become the king of New-York. To achieve his goal, he must defeat the Fantastic Four. So he makes sure they are all offered interesting opportunities. While they disband, the Thinker uses the Baxter Building to build his Awesome Android.
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Published June 1963 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Fantastic Four Battle the Mad Thinker and His Awesome Android
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; the Mad Thinker (introduction); the Thinker's Awesome Android (origin); Alicia Masters; Cousin Bones (introduction); Fatal Finnegan (introduction); Willie Lumpkin; Peggy; Shorty
Storyline
"The Fantastic Four Battle the Mad Thinker and His Awesome Android" The Mad Thinker has summoned gang leaders to try to become the king of New-York. To achieve his goal, he must defeat the Fantastic Four. So he makes sure they are all offered interesting opportunities. While they disband, the Thinker uses the Baxter Building to build his Awesome Android.
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Published July 1963 by Marvel
The Micro-World of Doctor Doom!
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richard]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]]; Ant-Man [Hank Pym]; Doctor Doom [Victor Von Doom]; the Warriors of Tok (introduction); Alicia Masters; King Pearla (introduction); Princess Pearla (introduction); Molly Margaret McSnide (introduction) The Wasp [Janet Van Dyne] (cameo)
"The Micro-World of Doctor Doom!" The Fantastic Four answers a cry for help from someone too small to be seen. They arrive in a micro-world whose leader is Doctor Doom.
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Published July 1963 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Micro-World of Doctor Doom!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richard]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]]; Ant-Man [Hank Pym]; Doctor Doom [Victor Von Doom]; the Warriors of Tok (introduction); Alicia Masters; King Pearla (introduction); Princess Pearla (introduction); Molly Margaret McSnide (introduction) The Wasp [Janet Van Dyne] (cameo)
Storyline
"The Micro-World of Doctor Doom!" The Fantastic Four answers a cry for help from someone too small to be seen. They arrive in a micro-world whose leader is Doctor Doom.
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Published August 1963 by Marvel
Defeated by Doctor Doom!
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]]; Doctor Doom [Victor Von Doom] (villain); Alicia Masters; Ant-Man [Hank Pym] (cameo); Princess Pearla (cameo); President John F. Kennedy (cameo, partially hidden); Nikita Khrushchev (cameo)
"Defeated by Doctor Doom!" Back from the Micro-world, Doctor Doom attacks the Fantastic Four once more by kidnapping Alicia.
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Published August 1963 by Marvel

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Story Title
Defeated by Doctor Doom!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]]; Doctor Doom [Victor Von Doom] (villain); Alicia Masters; Ant-Man [Hank Pym] (cameo); Princess Pearla (cameo); President John F. Kennedy (cameo, partially hidden); Nikita Khrushchev (cameo)
Storyline
"Defeated by Doctor Doom!" Back from the Micro-world, Doctor Doom attacks the Fantastic Four once more by kidnapping Alicia.
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First Appearance of the Super Skrull

A Skrull Walks Among Us!
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; the Super-Skrull (introduction); Dr. Doom (cameo); the Skull Emperor (introduction); Skrulls
"A Skrull Walks Among Us!" The Skrull Emperor sends the Super-Skrull, a Skrull possessing all the powers of the Fantastic Four, to conquer Earth.
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Published September 1963 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Super Skrull

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Story Title
A Skrull Walks Among Us!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; the Super-Skrull (introduction); Dr. Doom (cameo); the Skull Emperor (introduction); Skrulls
Storyline
"A Skrull Walks Among Us!" The Skrull Emperor sends the Super-Skrull, a Skrull possessing all the powers of the Fantastic Four, to conquer Earth.
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Published October 1963 by Marvel
Prisoners of the Pharoah! [sic]
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]]; Pharaoh Rama-Tut (villain, introduction); Alicia Masters; Doctor Doom [Victor Von Doom] (cameo)
"Prisoners of the Pharoah! [sic]" The Fantastic Four return to Ancient Egypt to try to find a cure for Alicia's blindness and are met by Rama-Tut, a time traveler from the year 3000.
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Published October 1963 by Marvel

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Story Title
Prisoners of the Pharoah! [sic]
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]]; Pharaoh Rama-Tut (villain, introduction); Alicia Masters; Doctor Doom [Victor Von Doom] (cameo)
Storyline
"Prisoners of the Pharoah! [sic]" The Fantastic Four return to Ancient Egypt to try to find a cure for Alicia's blindness and are met by Rama-Tut, a time traveler from the year 3000.
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First Appearance of the Molecule Man

The Mysterious Molecule Man!
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby; Steve Ditko (see notes)
Jack Kirby
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; the Molecule Man (introduction, origin); the Watcher [Uatu]; The Yancy Street Gang; Alicia Masters
"The Mysterious Molecule Man!" The Watcher asks the Fantastic Four to stop a new menace who could destroy the whole universe: the Molecule Man.
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Published November 1963 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Molecule Man

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Story Title
The Mysterious Molecule Man!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby; Steve Ditko (see notes)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; the Invisible Girl [Sue Storm]; the Thing [Ben Grimm]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]]; the Molecule Man (introduction, origin); the Watcher [Uatu]; The Yancy Street Gang; Alicia Masters
Storyline
"The Mysterious Molecule Man!" The Watcher asks the Fantastic Four to stop a new menace who could destroy the whole universe: the Molecule Man.
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