Supporting cast's pics
This is where pictures of the rest of Ben's cast and allies can be
On the left, Sue in her encounter with prince Namor of Atlantis in
the Silver Age, when he was in love with her. Of course, he's long
since moved on, and married another woman of Atlantean heritage
instead. On the right, Sue with shoulder cleavage.
Sue, when caught by Sub-Mariner back then, thought at first to
agree to become his bride to spare the surface world at the time
he'd been nuts and became a crook, which leads the prince to
become annoyed and argue, which enabled the rest of the Four to
stop him. Some time later, he was cured and reformed, and has also
since become good friends and allies with the FF.
These two pictures are from the Silver/Bronze Age period, and the
The Fantastic Wedding ceremony of Reed and Sue, which originally
took place in 1965, and was attended by just about all the
superheroes in the MCU! Next to that, there's Reed and Sue flying
past what might very well be a pink colored tree trunk in a most
peculiar type of forest.
Four Fantastic Ladies who served in the team led by Marvel's first
family are all present in this picture here! They include, from
left to right, Crystal of Attilan, Sue Storm with a tank top
outfit, the once teenaged Valeria, now simply a simple child, and
She-Hulk, at her best.
Alicia Masters flies with the Silver Surfer, whom she'd romanced
at one point too. And yes, that is a special airtight force field
that he's generating around both of them.
This is a picture of Tarianna, the humanoid woman who was really
just an illusion caused by Ben himself, or should I say, part of
his imagination, when he was on the Secret Wars planet.
Eventually, she passed away, sadly, and it was then that he
decided to return to earth, regardless of whether he could change
back to his human form or not.
This pic above comes from toward the end of the Thing solo book,
with Sharon Ventura meeting a shady fight sponsor named Auntie
Freeze. And here's Sharon in the Ms. Marvel costume she came up
with, inspired by Carol Danvers' costume.
Man, are those Doombots ever so deceiving! Or is it the real deal?
We may never know, 'cause as evidenced by what's said above, the
Doomster himself would rather we not know!
Back in the mid-1980s, Doctor Doom did something very sinister: he
took a young boy in his custody whose name was Kristoff and
replaced just about his entire
mind with that of - Victor
Von Doom's! Of all the evil deeds the demonic doctor and monarch
of Latveria could pull, this was one of the lowest yet. Since I
don't have the exact issues available, I have no idea if Mr.
Fantastic was ever able to cure Kristoff of the madness that Doom
inflicted upon him.
This pic is from a 1972 issue of the FF edited by Roy Thomas, and
it's a recap of their origin. How they took off for space, and how
they ended up becoming superbeings. My, has it been such a long
time since then. How time flies.
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