Fantastic Four Vol. 1 (1961) Marvel
(Issues 0-291)


FANTASTIC FOUR #39 (1965) Written By Stan Lee. Pencils and Cover by Jack Kirby.
FANTASTIC FOUR #39 (1965) Written By Stan Lee. Pencils and Cover by Jack Kirby. Reed devises mechanical devices to enable the FF to duplicate their vanished super-powers; Matt Murdoch visits the FF and Dr. Doom attacks; Daredevil assists the FF in battling Doom. Cameos by Medusa, the Wizard, the Sandman, and the Trapster.

FANTASTIC FOUR #39 (1965) By Stan Lee and Jack Kirby Good/Very Good $100.00
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FANTASTIC FOUR #97 April, 1970 Written By Stan Lee. Pencils and Cover by Jack Kirby. While on vacation, Reed takes the opportunity to search for the so-called Lost Lagoon. Hiring a guide to help them, it soon turns out that the guide is really the 'Monster' from the Lost Lagoon.
FANTASTIC FOUR #97 April, 1970 Written By Stan Lee. Pencils and Cover by Jack Kirby. While on vacation, Reed takes the opportunity to search for the so-called Lost Lagoon. Hiring a guide to help them, it soon turns out that the guide is really the 'Monster' from the Lost Lagoon.

FANTASTIC FOUR #97 Fine+ $60.00
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FANTASTIC FOUR #104 November, 1970 Written By Stan Lee. Pencils and Cover by John Romita. With Magneto holding Lady Dorma and Sue hostage, the Fantastic Four and Namor are forced to retreat while Magneto leads the Atlantean army to prepare to strike the surface world. While the Fantastic Four return to base where Reed starts building a device to battle Magneto with, Sue escapes momentarily before she is captured by Magneto once more.
FANTASTIC FOUR #104 November, 1970 Written By Stan Lee. Pencils and Cover by John Romita. With Magneto holding Lady Dorma and Sue hostage, the Fantastic Four and Namor are forced to retreat while Magneto leads the Atlantean army to prepare to strike the surface world. While the Fantastic Four return to base where Reed starts building a device to battle Magneto with, Sue escapes momentarily before she is captured by Magneto once more.

FANTASTIC FOUR #104 Very Fine- $50.00
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FANTASTIC FOUR #116 November, 1971 Written By Archie Goodwin. Pencils and Cover by John Buscema.With the Over-Mind trying to probe Reed's mind for all it's scientific secrets, he is stopped when Johnny and Ben attack. Meanwhile Sue searches for allies to help them fight the Overmind but finds that there are no heroes around, and that the Avengers are on a mission elsewhere.
FANTASTIC FOUR #116 November, 1971 Written By Archie Goodwin. Pencils and Cover by John Buscema. With the Over-Mind trying to probe Reed's mind for all it's scientific secrets, he is stopped when Johnny and Ben attack. Meanwhile Sue searches for allies to help them fight the Overmind but finds that there are no heroes around, and that the Avengers are on a mission elsewhere.

FANTASTIC FOUR #116 Fine+ $50.00 SOLD OUT

FANTASTIC FOUR #142 (1974) Rich Buckler Sr. Cover & Pencils, Gerry Conway Story, 1st Appearance of Darkoth (Desmond Pitt)
FANTASTIC FOUR #142 (1974) Rich Buckler Sr. Cover & Pencils, Gerry Conway Story, 1st Appearance of Darkoth (Desmond Pitt)The fact that Mr. Fantastic just turned his son into a vegetable is just too much to bear. Reed stands as a shattered leader, husband and father as the rest of the team walks out. Only Medusa remains with Mr. Fantastic. But before Ben leaves the Baxter Building, he comes across an unopened letter from Alicia. In no time, he is aboard a transatlantic flight to catch up with his gal.

FANTASTIC FOUR #142 (1974) Fine $14.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR #148 (1974) Rich Buckler Sr. Cover & Pencils, Gerry Conway Story
FANTASTIC FOUR #148 (1974) Rich Buckler Sr. Cover & Pencils, Gerry Conway StoryReturning to the Baxter Building following the revelation that Sue is willingly staying with Namor, the downtrodden Fantastic Four soon find that they are not alone in the Baxter Building. Reed is attacked first by the Sandman who is hiding out in Reed's lab. Freeing the rest of the FF who were trapped in an elevator, they begin searching out the rest of their headquarters for the other members of the Frightful Four.

FANTASTIC FOUR #148 (1974) Good/Very Good $7.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR #172 (1976) George Perez Pencils, Jack Kirby Cover Art, Bill Mantlo Story
FANTASTIC FOUR #172 (1976) George Perez Pencils, Jack Kirby Cover Art, Bill Mantlo Story Following their battle against a golden gorilla that grew to gigantic size, the Fantastic Four are surprised that once restored to its original height and taken into their custody it can talk.

FANTASTIC FOUR #172 (1976) Fine/Very Fine $7.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR #172 (1976) George Perez Pencils, Jack Kirby Cover Art, Bill Mantlo Story
FANTASTIC FOUR #206 (1979) Keith Pollard Cover & Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story "The Death of... the Fantastic Four!" Aboard the Skrull flagship, Emperor Dorrek gloats in victory at the three captive members of the Fantastic Four, and promises them they will face the full brunt of Skrull justice for their continued defiance of the race’s plans for universal conquest. Transported to the Skrull homeworld the Fantastic Four stand trial before Judge Hagar. Reed pleads for leniency towards the people of Xandar but Hagar is unmoved, and any thoughts of a fair trial are quickly dispelled as he orders the Fantastic Four's death at the hands of Jaketch, a junior executioner.

FANTASTIC FOUR #206 (1979) Fine/Very Fine $7.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #208 /
FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #208 Fine $3.00 SOLD OUT


FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #209 1st Appearance of H.E.R.B.I.E. 'Trapped in the Sargasso of Space!' John Byrne Pencils - Cover Art Marv Wolfman Story
FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #209
1st H.E.R.B.I.E. Fine $4.00
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FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #210
FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #210
Fine $4.00
Not For Sale




FANTASTIC FOUR #211 (1979) John Byrne Cover & Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story, 1st Appearance of Terrax. Tyros becomes Galactus' new herald Terrax.
FANTASTIC FOUR #211 (1979) John Byrne Cover & Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story, 1st Appearance of Terrax. Tyros becomes Galactus' new herald Terrax. With his new herald in hand, Galactus tells the Fantastic Four that he is now ready to face the Sphinx, and boards his space faring ship, taking Terrax and the Fantastic Four on board with him. While on the moon, the Watcher observes the Earth, knowing that Galactus will soon come bringing the planet's eventual destruction.

FANTASTIC FOUR #211 (1979) Fine/Very Fine $24.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR #212 (1979) Walter Simonson  Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story, 1st Appearance William Shakespeare in flashback
FANTASTIC FOUR #212 (1979) Walter Simonson Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story, 1st Appearance William Shakespeare in flashback "The Battle of the Titans!" – Terrax wreaks havoc on Manhattan, terrorizing the populace by destroying the very ground they walk on. The Fantastic Four do their best to protect the citizenry before turning their attention to Terrax; but before the battle can get started, Galactus intervenes, chiding his herald for abusing his powers.

FANTASTIC FOUR #212 (1979) Very Fine $19.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR #213 (1979) John Byrne Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story
FANTASTIC FOUR #213 (1979) John Byrne Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story "In Final Battle!" – Aboard Galactus' ship, Terrax confronts the Fantastic Four, intent on stopping them before they can prevent their master from consuming the Earth after he defeats the Sphinx.

FANTASTIC FOUR #213 (1979) Very Fine+ $19.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR #214 (1980) John Byrne Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story
FANTASTIC FOUR #214 (1980) John Byrne Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story "...And Then There Was -- One!" – Inside one of the Baxter Building's labs, Johnny looks over the stricken bodies of his teammates and blames himself for their imminent death.

FANTASTIC FOUR #214 (1980) Very Fine+ $19.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR #215 (1980) Ron Wilson Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story
FANTASTIC FOUR #215 (1980) Ron Wilson Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story "Blastaar!" The Fantastic Four help one of Reed's colleagues, Professor Randolph James, tackle a life-threatening emergency in the scientist's home laboratory, unaware that back at the Baxter Building a being of tremendous power has blasted his way through the portal to the Negative Zone. Reed having received a Priority One signal on his belt buckle, the FF are soon heading back to their headquarters in the Fantasticar, leaving James to deal with the unwelcome arrival of some street punks intent on robbing him of his money.

FANTASTIC FOUR #215 (1980) Very Fine+ $14.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR #216 (1980) Rich Buckler Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story
FANTASTIC FOUR #216 (1980) Rich Buckler Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story "Where There Be Gods!" The super-evolved being that was Randolph James hovers over Times Square, causing panic among New York's citizens while he himself remains oblivious to their concerns. Franklin's powers manifest for the first time since they went dormant in Fantastic Four #150.

FANTASTIC FOUR #216 (1980) Very Fine+ $14.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR #217 (1980) Joe Sinnot Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story, Death of HERBIE (Destruction)
FANTASTIC FOUR #217 (1980) Joe Sinnot Cover & John Byrne Pencils, Marv Wolfman Story, Death of HERBIE (Destruction) "Masquerade!" As Reed immerses himself in the task of repairing the Baxter Building's systems from last issue, Sue berates her husband for sending Franklin to Whisper Hill to be looked after by Agatha Harkness, and for ignoring her protestations before walking out on her husband. Reed however is oblivious to his wife's complaint and sends HERBIE to the central computer core to run a systems check. Inside the core HERBIE interacts with the main computer and, with access to all the secrets of the Fantastic Four's systems laughs ominously to himself.

FANTASTIC FOUR #217 (1980) Very Fine/Near Mint $19.99
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FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #218
FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #218 Spider-man
Appearance Very Fine+ $7.00
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FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #219 Very Fine $7.00
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FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #220
FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #220
Very Fine $7.00
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FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #221 / John Byrne Scripts - Pencils - Cover Art
FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #221
Very Fine $7.00
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FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #223
FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #223
Very Fine $5.00
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FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #241 1st Appearance Flavius Scollio
FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #241
1st Appearance Flavius Scollio Very Fine- $4.50
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FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #291 / The cover of this issue is obviously an homage to Action Comics #1 and its iconic hero Superman.
FANTASTIC FOUR (1961-2011) #291
Homage Cover to Action Comics #1
1st Appearance Joseph "Licorice" Calhoun
Very Fine+ $3.00
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