The Fantastic Four are a team of superheroes in the Marvel Comics Universe.

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Avengers, Fantastic Four and Guardians of the Galaxy Timeline

Are 'Guardians of the Galaxy', 'Fantastic Four' and 'Avengers' movies set in the same timeline?
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How do the current Illuminati, Age of Ultron, and Avengers story lines connect?

I can never keep up with the different story lines. Its all a doozy. All of these stores are published in different titles which are published at the same time. So it seems to me that Iron Man is ...
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How did Spider-Man come to be working for the Future Foundation?

So I've been away from Spider-Man for best bit of a decade and am still trying to catch up after my other half brought me 'The Death of Spider-Man' the other month... although I believe that is ...
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Why isn't Mr. Fantastic known as Dr. Fantastic?

Why isn't Mr. Fantastic known as Dr. Fantastic? This just struck me as a little strange. I am sure he has a doctorate. Dr. Doom, and Dr. strange are happy to advertise theirs. Yet Mr Fantastic is ...
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Why does the Silver Surfer create holes on earth?

In the movie Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer Why does the Silver Surfer create holes on earth? I think he's preparing the earth for the arrival of the Galactus the Devourer, but I'm not sure ...
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How do regular people in the Marvel universe distinguish between mutants and mutates?

Some definitions: Mutants - Born with X-Gene and is hereditary. aka Homo Superior. Examples: X-Men, Magneto, Sabertooth, etc. Mutates - Superhumans who acquired their superpowers by exposure to ...
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Why are X-Men more realistic than Fantastic Four? [closed]

So, this is a question one of my biology teachers asked me back in High School, but I can't find the reasoning I'd need. I think it would be something like this: X-Men : they were born with a ...
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How much air does Johnny 'burn'?

In the amazing spider-man #682, Spider-man is constantly nagging the Human Torch not to flame on (leading to the amazing line "Flame nearly on!"), so as not to use up the oxygen. Normally when ...
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Fantastic Four: Meeting God — Where's the Challenge After That?

A friend was telling me about a storyline in the Fantastic Four where one of them died, so they confronted God and asked to have everything set right. When I search for this, I keep getting "God ...