Fantastic Four #29

    Fantastic Four » Fantastic Four #29 - It Started On Yancy Street released by Marvel on August 1, 1964.

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    Responding to a rise in crime in the area of Yancy Street, the Fantastic Four patrol the street - only to find that superheroes are ill equipped to deal with social unrest. But Reed suspects there's more to the antics of the Yancy Street Gang than mere hooliganism!


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    It Should Have Stayed On Yancy Street 0

    This issue is chock full of the kind of things that drive me nuts about Silver Age Marvel comics.  Things like:The Thing making lame wisecracks at wildly inappropriate times, for example when the think they're stuck on the moon forever, "And me without a pinochle deck!!" etc. OR Bad and inconsistent science, for example, when Human Torch is thrown in an asbestos bag with air vents there's enough air for him to breathe, but not to use his powers... but later, he's able to use them just fine on th...

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