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Included in the volume are "THIS MAN, THIS MONSTER," the story of an anguished Thing; the debut of the Black Panther and Klaw; an all-out battle between the Thing and the Silver Surfer; the original Human Torch vs. Johnny Storm; and the four-part saga in which the dreaded Dr. Doom steals the Surfer's cosmic power.

Reprints FANTASTIC FOUR #51 - 60 and ANNUAL #4


  • The marbled variant cover edition is #28 in the chronological numbering.
  • Regular Edition ISBN: 0-7851-1266-9
  • Variant Edition ISBN: 0-7851-1296-0
  • ComicCraft cover printed 10/25/00

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Doom + Cosmic Power = Doomsday. 0

Thing wanders the streets of NYC in a state of depression because of his grotesque appearance. Either due to instinct or some unseen force, he’s drawn to a mystery man whom wants to kill Reed Richards for personal reasons. He tricks the Thing then proceeds to carry out his plan. -summaryAfter the Coming of Galactus story line that took place in Fantastic Four issues 48 – 50 which featured the first appearances and conflict with The Silver Surfer and Galactus. The Fantastic Four title...

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