- After all these years... All our adventures... We're still together... We're still a team! The Greatest Team Ever!
Appearing in "The Long Journey Home!"Edit
- Fantastic Four
Android doubles of:
- Kang the Conqueror
- Doctor Doom
- Sentry 459
- Dragon Man
- Antlantean soldiers
- Red Ghost
- Frightful Four
- Undisclosed Arab Country
- New Jersey
- Pine Barrens
- Inhumans Flying Saucer (Destroyed)
Synopsis for "The Long Journey Home!"Edit
With their flying saucer destroyed, the Fantastic Four become the targets of the Mad Thinker and Puppet Master's latest scheme to get revenge on the Fantastic Four, this time using android duplicates of the FF's various foes. The FF (and Crystal) battle android versions of Kang, Dr. Doom, the Kree Sentry, Dragon Man, Namor, Hate Monger, Diablo, the Super-Skrull, Red Ghost and his Super-Apes, Wizard, and the Sandman.
With all the duplicates defeated, the two villains attempt to send their next one modeled after the Hulk to attack the heroes. However, it proves to be too good a facsimile, and it ends up destroying their base with them still inside. The Fantastic Four then hitch a ride back to the States with the Air Force.
- Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #1-12 occur immediately after this issue.
- Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #2 reveals that the Mad Thinker and Puppet Master's hideout was located in the state of New Jersey.
- This issue features a letters page, Fantastic Four Fan Page. Letters are published from Jay Sheldon, Billy James Jones, Eugene Cerruti, Bill Henley, Jr., and Richard Weiss.
- As seen on page one, this issue is Story#198-Z.
The sensational 100th-anniversary ish you've been waiting for—with more super-villains than any mag, at any time, anywhere!
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- The Grand Comics Database: Fantastic Four Vol 1 
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