FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) (#1-416) (MARVEL) #88 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Fantastic Four #88
"A House There Was!" is written by Stan Lee and drawn by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. The FF return from their latest epic battle with Dr. Doom to act on their decision to move Reed, Sue and the as-yet unnamed baby away from the Baxter Building and New York City. A house in the country might be just what the family needs to be safe from its many enemies. But the house Sue has picked out is like nothing you'll ever see in Home and Gardens magazine. It's the wildest, weirdest bungalow on the planet, but that doesn't stop the FF from moving right in.

The problem is everyone who comes near the house slowly begins to go blind and nothing can penetrate any of the house's high tech walls. It's all part of a plot launched by the Mole Man to rob the surface world of its sight. When the world goes dark for every living being, the Mole Man and his Subterraneans aim to conquer. And before the FF can catch on to what's going on, Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, the Human Torch and Crystal are all sightless. When the Mole Man makes his move, who will be able to stop him?

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Title: A House There Was

Featuring: Fantastic Four

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

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Publisher: MarvelTitle: FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) (#1-416) (MARVEL)
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88 (16.50) 33.00 65.00 91.00 152.00 (202.00)

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