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Sue Richards
It must be horrible to be feared -- to be attacked -- just because you are different -- Just because you're a stranger in a strange world!
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Benjamin Grimm (Earth-616)
The Thing
I should'a thought of that! I'm one guy who outta know how it all feels to be different
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Synopsis for "The Monster's Secret!"Edit

As Sue tries to prevent herself from drowning in the underwater cavern the monster had brought her. Reed continues to recover in the hospital, and at the Baxter building Johnny, and Ben recall their last encounter with the Monster from the Lost Lagoon.

As the Monster saves Sue and brings her aboard the ship, Reed revives and manages to escape from the hospital. Running into Johnny and Ben at the most probable location of the Monsters underwater hideout, the three heroes clash when Ben and Johnny believe that Reed is delirious and a danger to their rescue mission.

However it all turns out for naught, as the alien ship rises out of the water and the Monster exits with Sue and it's mate. Reed explains that the creature once again came to Earth because his mate was ill and was stealing medical supplied to heal her. However, not knowing how to administer the medicine, it kidnapped Sue to help him. With everything explained, and Sue returned to them safe and sound, the Monster and it's mate leave for the stars once more.

NotesEdit

  • This issue contains a letters page, Fantastic Four Fan Page. Letters are published from Paul Harman and Tom Cook.

    Solicit Synopsis:
  • The Secret of the Monster! More mind-staggering action than mortal mind can conceive!


TriviaEdit

  • Reference the 1954 science fiction film "The Creature from the Black Lagoon" for Stan Lee's likely inspiration for this story, along with companion Fantastic Four issues #97 and #124.


See AlsoEdit


  • None.


  • The Grand Comics Database: Fantastic Four Vol 1 [1]



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