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Fantastic Four Volume 1

The Fantastic Four were created in response to DC's Justice League and soon became the Silver Age's premier superhero team. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby collaborated on the opening 102 issues of the magazine, and told the adventures of Mr. Fantastic, the Thing, Invisible Woman and the Human Torch. This first volume ran through issue #416 and resumed at issue #500. Fantastic Four , the numbering restarted for Volume 3 and then reverted back to the original numbering. Volume 2 (13 issues) and Volume 3 (70 issues) happened between the gap.consisted of the short lived Heroes Reborn Fantastic Four series.

Collected Editions

Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four

  • Vol. 1 (Issues 1-10)
  • Vol. 2 (#11-20, Annual #1)
  • Vol. 3 (#21-30)
  • Vol. 4 (#31-40, Annual #2)
  • Vol. 5 (#41-50, Annual #3)
  • Vol. 6 (#51-60, Annual #4)
  • Vol. 7 (#61-71, Annual #5)
  • Vol. 8 (#72-81, Annual #6)
  • Vol. 9 (#82-93, Annual #7)
  • Vol. 10 (#94-104)
  • Vol. 11 (#105-116)
  • Vol. 12 (#117-128)
  • Vol. 13 (#129-141)
  • Vol. 14 (#142-150, Giant-Size #2)

Essential Fantastic Four - Seven volumes printing #1-159

  • Fantastic Four Omnibus Vol. 1 (#1-30, Annual #1) Vol. 2 (#31-60, Annuals #2-4)
  • Fantastic Four Visionaries: George Perez Vol. 1 (#164-167, #170, #176-178, #184-186) Vol. 2 (#187-188, #191-192)
  • Fantastic Four: Reunited They Stand (#201-203)
  • In Search of Galactus (#204-214)
  • Fantastic Four Visionaries: John Byrne Vol. 0 (#215-218, #220-221) Vol. 1 (#232-240) Vol. 2 (#241-250) Vol. 3 (#251-257, Annual #17) Vol. 4 (#258-267) Vol. 5 (#268-275, Annual #18)
  • Vol. 6 (#276-284) Vol. 7 (#285-286, Annual #19) Vol. 8 (#287-295)
  • Fantastic Four Visionaries: Walter Simonson Vol. 1 (#334-341) Vol. 2 (#342-346) Vol. 3 (#347-350, #352-354))