Fantastic Four #7

    Fantastic Four » Fantastic Four #7 - Prisoners of Kuurgo, Master of Planet X! released by Marvel on October 1962.

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    Prisoners of Kuurgo, Master of Planet X! last edited by GhostGrifter on 02/17/22 04:43AM View full history

    When the entire population of Earth suddenly turns violently on the Fantastic Four, the team has nowhere to run until a strange robotic visitor offers them asylum on another planet. Though they suspect a trick, the team agrees, traveling to the mysterious Planet X, where things take an even worse turn for our heroes.

    Kuurgo, leader of the people of Planet X, has lured the Fantastic Four to the planet for one purpose: to force them to save Planet X from an impending collision with a rogue planet.

    It's up to Mr. Fantastic to devise a way to rescue an entire world, or else he, his team, and the inhabitants of Planet X will perish forever.

    In the end, they manage to make the inhabitants of Planet X shrink down to a tiny size, so that they will all fit into one ship. The Fantastic Four then get permission to leave, and do so.


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    An Inkling of What's To Come 0

    This is sort of the opposite of the trend so far in Fantastic Four normally the first half of the story is good, and the second seems less good. In this issue, it's the first half that's weaker, and the second half which is better - which makes for a better overall story.  Kurrgo (what is it with Stan Lee and characters with two 'R's in their name?) leader of an alien race, sends a giant robot to Earth to compel the FF to do his bidding. The robot uses a hostility beam to make the members of the...

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    It Came From The Skies! 0

    Now I like invasion stories just as much as the next guy, but seriously, I’m beginning to loose count of how many visits Earth has had from strange aliens over the past few months. It’s a bit of a relief then that much of this issue, although not quite as strong as #4 and 6, serves as a neat little stand-alone story that blends some cool sci-fi concepts with some genuinely interesting “antagonists.”Sure, the whole plot boils down to one big Deus Ex Machina yet again, but it’s not without its cha...

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