Fantastic Four

The Fantastic Four was a superhero team made up of Mister Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, the Human Torch, and the Thing. They lived at the Four Freedoms Plaza in New York City. (COMIC: Clobberin' Time!) According to Hob's Death's Head archive, (COMIC: The Incomplete Death's Head) the Seventh Doctor left Death's Head on the roof of their building in 1989. His presence triggered the building's self-defenses, which mistakenly attacked the Fantastic Four. Death's Head saved their lives and they used their time machine to send him back to the year 8162. But when they learned Death's Head was a bounty hunter, they tried to abort the time-jump, sending Death's Head to the year 2020. (COMIC: Time Bomb!, Clobberin' Time!)

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Fantastic Four cosplayers. (COMIC: Selfie)

When Fitz Kreiner's arm elongated, it reminded him of the "bendy bloke" of the Fantastic Four. (PROSE: The Book of the Still)

The Fantastic Four was listed by Martha Jones as an exception to "[Four is] two too many". (PROSE: The Last Dodo)

Joe Hudson wondered if the Eleventh Doctor had a secret superpower and if he was like the Fantastic Four. (PROSE: The Forgotten Army)

A man, a woman, and a girl cosplayed as three members of the Fantastic Four at San Diego Comic-Con. (COMIC: Selfie)

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

  • In Fantastic Four Vol 3 9 (1998), Johnny Storm knows that Reed Richards got a second-hand phone booth that is bigger on the inside from his "weird 'doctor' friend". (While Johnny called it an "antique London police call box", it was drawn as a red telephone booth.)

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