Fantastic Four #27

    Fantastic Four » Fantastic Four #27 - The Search for the Sub Mariner! released by Marvel on June 1, 1964.

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    The Search for the Sub Mariner! last edited by diax78 on 01/02/22 10:47AM View full history

    Reed Richards testing his 'thought projector' inadvertently reveals his feelings for Sue to the whole team. However, he isn't the only one with the lovely Sue Storm on his mind; Sub-Mariner uses his 'undersea scanner' to also view an image of her. While Reed makes up his mind to propose to Sue, Sub-Mariner simultaneously decides to kidnap her for 24 hours in order to woo her. While Reed is out buying a ring, Sub-Mariner attacks, disabling The Thing and The Human Torch and spiriting off Sue. When Reed learns what has happened he takes off after the Sub-Mariner. But Johnny realizes that he and The Thing need help, so he seeks the aid of the one and only Dr. Strange!


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    Namor Kidnaps Invisible Girl For the 100th Time 0

    Reed decides to finally propose to Sue but Namor decides yet again to kidnap her. Reed goes after Namor in a rage, and Johnny and Ben turn to Dr. Strange for help.  Really this is nothing new - Sub-Mariner (a guy who obviously doesn't have the first clue how to woo a girl) abducts Sue Storm with astounding regularity in these early Fantastic Four issues. But, as storylines go, this isn't a bad one - there's more good than bad, making it a cut above most of the first 2 dozen issues.  The deepenin...

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