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Fantastic Four (1961) #26 Cover

Fantastic Four (1961) #26

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#26 - 5/10/1964: ****; read 10/11/2014; "The Avengers Take Over!"; The Thing and the Hulk continue their fight; Tony Stark's mansion is on New York's Upper East Side; Hulk wants his revenge on Rick Jones for joining up with Captain America; the first encounter between the Avengers and the F.F.

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Jan, you brought my ants! Good thinking! Now GET OUT OF MY WAY!

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what, no comments for this masterpiece? Part 2 is great, especially seeing how the the weakened Human Torch and Mr. Fantastic pull through the fight...even though the FF didn't really contribute much afterwards. Sue is completely wasted in this, choosing to stay with Reed at first, instead of trying to help the others with the Hulk (and achieviung nothing by staying there, since Reed doesn't listen to her, and she doesn't even use her forcefield to restrain him). Mr. Fantastics part in the fight consisted in being tackled by Iron Man and catching the Human Torch, after (again) Iron Man tackled the poor boy. The Thing was the only one who really fought the Hulk...next to the Avengers, who more or less literally blasted the FF out of the way to tackle the enemy themselves. And in the end, Rick Jones rescues the situation via Deus ex machina.

Meanwhile, Bruce Banner, powerless from the ordeal, drowns or freazes to death in the Hudson River, unbeknownst to all.

Even with all these points, a great actionpiece, though, and a nice change of breath to see the FF not achieving anything they hoped for.