FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) (#1-416) (MARVEL) #106 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Fantastic Four #106 Story by Stan Lee, Pencils by John Romita, Inks by Joe Sinnott
"The Monster's Secret" is written by Stan Lee with art by John Romita. Being a part of a family like the Fantastic Four means making hard choices. And once again, Reed Richards must choose between the life of his best friend, Ben Grimm and his wife, Susan, the Invisible Woman. With the Thing in the midst of a delicate operation to restore his humanity, a radioactive monster created in a quest for peace menaces Sue and the city. Whose aid with Reed rush to?

Enter Johnny Storm, the Human Torch, who, as he has so many times in his growth toward manhood, takes on a great responsibility -- the job of keeping Ben Grimm alive. Drawing off all the heat from the room where the Thing is being treated, he freezes the process and his friend until Reed can return to finish the cure. Meanwhile, the nameless monster strikes out in blind terror at the world around him endangering the lives of countless innocents including his father. It's up to Mr. Fantastic to save father and son if he can.

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Title: The Monster's Secret

Featuring: Fantastic Four

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

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: MarvelTitle: FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) (#1-416) (MARVEL)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
106 17.50 35.00 65.00 94.00 162.00 (216.00)


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