New Fantastic Four last edited by fesak on 09/12/20 03:05AM View full history

Origin

The New Fantastic Four were assembled by Sue Storm (in actuality a Skrull named De'Lila) to avenge the supposed deaths of the original Fantastic Four (whom the Skrull had captured).

Creation

The New Fantastic Four were created by Walt Simonson and Arthur Adams and first appeared in Fantastic Four #347.

Team Evolution

Although, never remaining together too long, the New Fantastic Four have reunited on occasion. The original team was intended to be entirely tongue-in-cheek by the fact that it was just a team of Marvel's then hottest characters (exemplified by one cover which also promises an appearance of the Punisher). Despite that, subsequent writers brought the New Fantastic Four back with little to no irony in their existence.

During one reunion, Sleepwalker was substituted for Wolverine and Dan Ketch has been replaced with Johnny Blaze since the latter re-assumed his Ghost Rider persona.

The original team's most recent reunion was during Fear Itself, although a new iteration of the team formed in the pages of Venom featuring analogues to the original team whom similarly didn't remain together for long. In this case, the team consisted of: Venom (Flash Thompson) Red Hulk (Thunderbolt Ross) Alejandra Jones as Ghost Rider and X-23 as Wolverine.

In Ghost Rider vol. 8, another version of the team occurs, bringing back X-23 as Wolverine, and using Robbie Reyes as the Ghost Rider, Amadeus Cho as the Hulk, and Silk as the analogue to Spider-Man.

The next lineup includes Spider-Man, Wolverine and Franklin and Valeria Richards.

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