Spider-Man/Fantastic Four by Christos GageThe creative team behind the sellout X-Men/Spider-Man miniseries returns for a brand new tour through classic Marvel moments! Contains four stories, each revealing a heretofore untold team-up between Spidey and the Fantastic Four at a different point in Marvel history, with a mysterious common thread binding them all together. Collecting: Spider-Man/Fantastic Four #1-4, Spectacular Spider-Man #42, Fantastic Four #218
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The Amazing Spider-Man #1: Spider-Man Meets The Fantastic Four - Box Canvas
The Fantastic Four have been called to Empire State University on behalf of their foe Doctor Doom to act as security for an important treaty signing between Latveria and its neighboring countries. The Human Torch and Thing are not happy about this in particular given that Doctor Doom tried to kill them in their own home not even a month previous. General Ross reminds the two where they have come here, much to their chagrin. Doom doesn't do much to smooth things over when he refers to his enemies as his lackeys. Doctor Doom then reminds them that this is important to maintain peace in Europe and demands that the Torch apologises for insulting him before they continue. With no other choice, Johnny grudgingly says that he is sorry.
In "Our Lives Together," I spotlight some of the more interesting examples of shared comic book universes. You know, crossovers that aren't exactly crossovers. Yes, while there were certainly some mentions of the existence of other Marvel Comics books in the pages of the Fantastic Four for instance, we see Johnny Storm reading a Hulk comic book as early as Fantastic Four 5 and heck, the victory over the Skrulls in Fantastic Four 2 was based on Reed Richards cutting out pages from Marvel's earlier monster comic book stories , the first time that there was an honest-to-goodness MEETING of characters from two different books occurred in the twelfth issue of the Fantastic Four's comic where they meet the Incredible Hulk and the first issue of Spider-Man's comic book, where he meets the Fantastic Four. Lee saw Spidey as the "everyman," the superhero who couldn't catch a break, who would need help getting by, etc. Therefore, it made perfect sense for Spider-Man to try to get a job from the Fantastic Four, who were presumably noteworthy at that point in time for having some money after all, there was already specifically a story about them very publicly losing their fortune and getting it back in an issue of Fantastic Four a few months before this story.
Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four is a four-issue comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics. It was published in May - August , written by Jeff Parker and illustrated by Mike Wieringo shortly before his death. On a routine night, Spider-Man comes across what appears to be the Silver Surfer , but in fact is the Impossible Man in disguise. The playful alien annoys Spider-Man with his antics until he remembers why he came to Earth; to warn the Fantastic Four of the incoming invasion from the alien race the H'Mojen. The warning comes too late, as the mothership has landed in Central Park and the Imperator is at work preparing for the invasion. The Imperator announces that Earth will be the 13, planet to be "H'Mojenized".
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Marvel Comics is teasing something to do with both Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four in an upcoming comic. MarvelComics pic. But it could be literally anything. Spider-Man joining the Fantastic Four. The Fantastic Four being killed off and Spider-Man forming a new team. Spider-Man cloning himself and forming a team of four Spider-Men.