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Fantastic Four Vol 1 88

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Fantastic Four Vol 1 88

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FF 88 p19 Crys
Crystal
More hot buns, Johnny?
Conversation Tail
FF 88 p20 Johnny
Human Torch
Say, Crys... I never knew you were so domestic!
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Appearing in "A House There Was!"Edit

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Synopsis for "A House There Was!"Edit

Returning home from Latveria, Sue takes the rest of the FF to see the house that she purchased for herself, Reed, and the baby. Unbeknownst to everyone, there is somebody in the house monitoring their every move. While moving items to the house, each member of the FF begins to notice their vision is starting to get strained. When the unseen watcher reveals himself as the Mole Man, he activates a machine which makes everyone in the house go blind.

Continuity Notes

  • The Mole Man last clashed with the Fantastic Four during the massive attack on Reed and Sue's wedding in Fantastic Four Annual #3. Chronologically prior to this story, the Mole Man was last seen in X-Men #34, this was during his ongoing conflict with Tyrannus for dominion of Subterranea. This most recent bout was ended by the X-Men. That story ended with the Mole Man and Tyrannus being stricken with amnesia thanks to mists native to Subterranea. While the return of his memory are not explained here, that plot hole was closed in X-Men: The Hidden Years #21, wherein the Mole Man explains that the effects of the mists he was exposed to were only temporary.


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