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Fantastic Four #20: Reed's Stretchy Body 48

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inked by: Dick Ayers

Lettered by: Art Simek

Fantastic Four #20 is Dick Ayers’ final contribution as inker to the main Fantastic Four series. 197 more words

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Strange Tales #113: Flamin' 'Eck 34

Story plot: Stan Lee

Script: Jerry Siegel

Art: Dick Ayers

Lettering: S. Rosen

If you were a hero who could generate fire across his entire body, and you found yourself up against sentient plants and trees, how would you apply your powers to the situation? 103 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #113: Flame On 48

Story plot: Stan Lee

Script: Jerry Siegel

Art: Dick Ayers

Lettering: S. Rosen

The second of Jerry Siegel’s scripting contributions to Strange Tales takes the form of the completely barmy Plantman story, whereby a gardener, armed with a pair of techno-shears, believes that, contrary to all scientific evidence, plants have intelligence and his shears can increase their IQ. 107 more words

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Fantastic Four #19: Reed's Stretchy Body 48

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inking: Dick Ayers

Lettering: S. Rosen

Today’s panel throws up some interesting thoughts. Reed is threading himself through control circuits on Rama-Tut’s ship to locate the control, and Rama-Tut himself. 249 more words

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Fantastic Four #19: Reed's Stretchy Body 47

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inking: Dick Ayers

Lettering: S. Rosen

Way back in Fantastic Four #3, we saw Reed use himself to replace a burst tire on a car. 95 more words

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Fantastic Four #19: Reed's Stretchy Body 46

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inking: Dick Ayers

Lettering: S. Rosen

Ouch. This has got to hurt.

I think it’s a shame Johnny turned up at this point to free Reed. 69 more words

Stan Lee

Fantastic Four #19: (Ancient Egyptian) Property Damage 21

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inking: Dick Ayers

Lettering: S. Rosen

Look, just because the damage occurred 58 centuries doesn’t meant that it escapes our notice! 119 more words

Stan Lee