Fantastic Four #3 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1962 1st app Miracle Man

Fantastic Four #3 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1962 1st app Miracle Man
Fantastic Four #3 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1962 1st app Miracle Man
Fantastic Four #3 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1962 1st app Miracle Man
Fantastic Four #3 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1962 1st app Miracle Man

Fantastic Four #3 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1962 1st app Miracle Man
Fantastic Four don costumes and establish headquarters. Stan Lee (Story) Jack Kirby & Sol Brodsky (Cover & Art). "The Menace of the Miracle Man". The Miracle Man is performing at a theater. He points out the Fantastic Four and mocks them.

He claims his powers are far greater than theirs and demonstrates by growing into a giant, turning into a cloud, and controlling thunder and lightning. He even upstages the Thing in a test of strength. While they head home in the Fantasti-Car, Reed wonders whether they could defeat the Miracle Man if he were a criminal.

Meanwhile, the Miracle Man plots to bring a monster statue at the Bijou movie theater next door to life and use it to terrorize the people. At the team's new headquarters, the Baxter Building, Johnny is watching live coverage of the premiere of "The Monsters from Mars" at the Bijou on television. Sue Storm comes in with new costumes for the entire team, including a helmet for the Thing. Johnny spots the Miracle Man, who gestures and brings the monster to life. It attacks the crowd and then vanishes.

The Fantastic Four call the commissioner, who has received a note from the Miracle Man declaring his intention to conquer the world. The team is authorized to stop the Miracle Man. Mister Fantastic finds the Miracle Man and his monster robbing a jewelry store, but the Miracle Man hits him with a brick. The Human Torch finds them stealing the army's new atomic tank and confronts them. The Invisible Girl and Thing see the fight and join in.

The Thing removes his helmet and rips off his costume before joining the fight. The Human Torch burns the monster down; it was made of wood and plastic. The Thing and the Human Torch are defeated, and the Miracle man escapes in a truck with the tank in tow, although the Invisible Girl hides aboard unseen. Back at their headquarters, the remaining members of the Fantastic Four wait for Sue's signal. Johnny pokes fun at Ben, who loses his temper. A fight breaks out between the two, and Johnny storms off.

Meanwhile, the Miracle Man is hiding the atomic tank at a junkyard, when he discovers Sue and uses his powers to put her under his command. He has Sue signal the rest of the team with the Fantastic-Flare. Ben and Reed take off in the Fantastic-Copter. Johnny sees the signal from a corner soda fountain and flies toward it.

At the junkyard, the Miracle Man fights Ben and Reed, and escapes with Sue and the tank again. Johnny appears, and the three follow the Miracle Man in an antique racing car. Johnny flies ahead and uses his flames to create a flash that temporarily blinds the Miracle Man, who loses his powers. In fact, he never had powers at all; he merely a clever hypnotist.

Reed brings Sue out of trance, and the Miracle Man is apprehended. The Thing is annoyed when he perceives that Johnny is getting all the credit for stopping the Miracle Man. Johnny, having had enough of the Thing, quits the team and flies away. Reed wonders what would happen if he were to become their enemy. Why must we always fight among ourselves? What's wrong with us. The item "Fantastic Four #3 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1962 1st app Miracle Man" is in sale since Thursday, October 1, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Comics\Silver Age (1956-69)\Superhero\Fantastic Four". The seller is "madeofmiracles925" and is located in Dublin, California.

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Fantastic Four #3 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1962 1st app Miracle Man