FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) (#1-416) (MARVEL) #66 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Fantastic Four #66
Begin the origin of Him, later known as Adam Warlock. The Thing is beside himself with anger and worry as his blind sculptress girlfriend, Alicia Masters, has been kidnaped. Vanishing into thin air, the young girl wasn't seen by anyone as leaving her apartment. Not ones to give up in the face of an impossible challenge, the FF come up with a way of recreating Alicia's last few moments in her home. But how could they guess the incredible truth behind her disappearance.

Alicia, meantime, has been taken to the Beehive, an isolated techno-dome run by four scientists, each geniuses in their own special area of expertise. This Citadel of science is devoted to the creation of the perfect human. And what the Citadel has created is a fearsome creature referred to only as Him. The creation has escaped deep into the Beehive and the scientists need Alicia to approach Him, study Him and render a clay likeness for the scientists so they can begin to understand what they've brought into the world. "What Lurks Behind the Beehive" is written by Stan Lee and drawn by Jack Kirby with inks by Joe Sinnott.

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Title: What Lurks Behind the Beehive

Featuring: Fantastic Four

Credits: Stan Lee (Script), Jack Kirby (Pencils), Joe Sinnott (Inks), Artie Simek (Letters).

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Publisher: MarvelTitle: FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) (#1-416) (MARVEL)
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