Appearing in "A Blind Man Shall Lead Them!"Edit
- Doctor Doom (Victor Von Doom)
- Frightful Four (Only in flashback)
- Boris (Dr Doom's aide)
- a Latverian stage magician
- United States of America
- U.S. Nuclear Sub Sea Hawk
- Fantasti-Car MK II
Synopsis for "A Blind Man Shall Lead Them!"Edit
Rescued from sea by the crew of a naval submarine, the now powerless Fantastic Four return to New York to try and figure out what to do. Not wanting to give up their adventuring, Reed tries to come up with mechanical ways to duplicate the FF's abilities, however these facsimiles are far from perfect.
Arranging an appointment with their attorney Matt Murdock, Reed arranges that Murdock becomes their power of attorney should anything happen to them. Meanwhile, in Latveria, Dr. Doom is entertained by a hypnotist, when exposed to his powers he becomes aware of Reed's previous trick that made him think he had destroy Richards. Furious, Doom travels to New York and takes control of the Baxter building.
Attacking the FF with their own devices the group is aided by Matt in his guise of Daredevil (whom the FF are not aware is really their lawyer.) The group splits up with each member trying to gain entrance to the Baxter building in their own way, however most of their attempts are rebuffed when Doom uses a different one of the many devices Reed has created.
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