Fantastic Four #46

    Fantastic Four » Fantastic Four #46 - Those Who Would Destroy Us released by Marvel on January 1, 1966.

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    Those Who Would Destroy Us last edited by YoinkyBoyo on 08/10/20 01:33AM View full history

    While the Fantastic Four are fighting the Inhumans, someone called "The Seeker" arrives. They learn that The Seeker is trying to bring back those who have escaped from the Great Refuge! The Fantastic Four soon recognize another captive of The Seeker... Triton!

    The Fantastic Four and the Inhumans duke it out amongst each other, until the Inhumans learn that someone called "The Seeker" has arrived. Upon hearing the news, the Inhumans make a hasty departure.

    Later, the FF find that their captive, DRAGON MAN, has been stolen by the very same Seeker that the Inhumans were running from!

    It turns out that The Seeker is an Inhuman charged with bringing back those who have escaped the Great Refuge. He had taken Dragon Man because he suspected the beast was one of theirs. However, upon learning the monster is no more than a sophisticated robot, he permits the FF to take Dragon Man away, but not before the FF recognize another captive - TRITON!



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    Inhumanity! 0

    The one comic that every Inhumans fan has readIn only the second multi-issue story arc to appear in Fantastic Four (the first was a confrontation with the Frightful Four), Stan Lee and Jack Kirby really hit their stride.The issue opens with a battle between the Fantastic Four and Black Bolt (first seen in the final panel of the previous issue). We see that Black Bolt is indeed formidable. As far as sheer power goes, he may be one of the most powerful beings they've yet encountered - able to go t...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Superb Seeker Saga! 0

    Marvel ditched the proposed marketing as Marvel Pop Art Productions and returned as Marvel Comics (phew!) for this milestone comic for the Fantastic Four. So much seems to happen in it, aside from the introduction of the Inhumans and so many new characters, we have the blossoming love-story of Johnny Storm and Crystal. We have a slug-fest issue and the origins of the Inhumans explained - it`s a hunk of a mag, I really can`t figure how they managed to cram so much in...but they did - and it`s gre...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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