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Quote1 I wus robbed! Virus X wus only supposed ta kill me! That's All! Quote2
-- Ben Grimm (Thing)

Appearing in "The Thing had continued to Mutate"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Thing had continued to Mutate"Edit

Diverging from Marvel Two-In-One #82, a frustrated Thing runs off on his own before Captain America can let him know they've found MODOK's base and so he continues to mutate from Virus X, becoming a hideous radioactive form. Giant-Man and Cap raid MODOK's base on their own and are able to secure enough of the antidote that Bill can use the first dose on himself, curing his own cancer. However the dose for Ben isn't needed, as his irradiated form reaches a tipping point where it released all his cosmic energy in an event that not only permanently cures himself of Virus X and his form as the Thing, but cures Alicia's blindness when she faces towards it. With the human Ben Grimm happily reunited with his family, a better-than-ever Giant-Man takes his place on the Fantastic Four.

Appearing in "The Beast Had Truly become a Beast"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Beast Had Truly become a Beast"Edit

Diverging from Amazing Adventures #11, in a world where Hank McCoy's mutation formula was slightly more potent, his new form as the blue and furry Beast is as savage in mind as appearance. Sensing his former pupil's peril, Professor X sends Cyclops, Marvel Girl, and the Angel in an attempt to save him. They find him in Central Park where the Beast attacks, partly out of bestial hunger and partly to warn his old friends away from what he's become. When Professor X arrives to confront the Beast, Hank is able to muster up his last shreds of human intelligence to surrender. Unable to cure him, the X-Men instead find him a new home in the Savage Land alongside Ka-Zar and Zabu where he can be free.

Appearing in "Galactus had turned the Silver Surfer back into Norrin Radd"Edit

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Synopsis for "Galactus had turned the Silver Surfer back into Norrin Radd"Edit

Diverging from Fantastic Four #50, Galactus decides to strip the Silver Surfer of the Power Cosmic for his betrayal on Earth and abandons him there. The powerless Norrin Radd still wants to return to his homeworld and Shalla Bal, and with help from the Fantastic Four and "non-interference" from the Watcher, they're able to use technology in the Watcher's home to find a way back there. Meanwhile, Galactus returns to Zenn-La to feed and when Shalla-Bal approaches him to learn what happened to the Silver Surfer, she offers to become his new Herald in hopes that she might see him again. Reading her mind, Galactus makes Shalla-Bal his herald, "Starglow", but removes the memory and sentimentality that tied her to Norrin Radd. When Norrin arrives and finds out what happened, he begs Galactus for an alternative, but Galactus refuses to give up his new, more loyal herald. Instead, he takes pity enough on Norrin to restore his powers but confine him to Zenn-La as he did to Earth in another reality, allowing him to become his homeworld's superhero.

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