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20: Fantastic Four #7 (v1)

" Prisoners of Kurrgo, Master of Planet X "
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Fantastic Four #7 (v1)
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Editor-in-Chief: Stan Lee
Cover Artists: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Writers: Stan Lee
Pencilers: Jack Kirby
Inkers: Dick Ayers
Colourists: Stan Goldberg
Letterers: Artie Simek
Editors: Stan Lee
Cover Date: October 1962
Release Date: July 1962
Story Arc: -
Pages: 24
Cover Price: $0.12
Times Read: 1,619                 Times Rated: 823
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Universes:   Earth-616  
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Tales to Astonish #35 (v1)
Journey into Mystery #85 (v1)
Fantastic Four #7 (v1)
Strange Tales #101 (v1)
Tales to Astonish #36 (v1)
18: Tales to Asto...
#35 (v1)
19: Journey into ...
#85 (v1)
 
21: Strange Tales
#101 (v1)
22: Tales to Asto...
#36 (v1)
 
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A asteroid is heading towards Planet X, marking the destruction of the planet and its inhabitants. Their only hope is to bring someone with the power to save their dying world. Are the Fantastic Four up to it?
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Character Appearances
 
Main Characters
  Mr. Fantastic
Mr. Fantastic last appeared in Fantastic Four #6 (v1). Mr. Fantastic next appears in Fantastic Four #8 (v1).
     
  The Human Torch
The Human Torch last appeared in Fantastic Four #6 (v1). The Human Torch next appears in Strange Tales #101 (v1).
     
  The Invisible Girl
The Invisible Girl last appeared in Fantastic Four #6 (v1). The Invisible Girl next appears in Strange Tales #102 (v1).
     
  The Thing
The Thing last appeared in Fantastic Four #6 (v1). The Thing next appears in Strange Tales #101 (v1).
     
Villains
  Kurrgo
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Kurrgo in the mainstream continuity. Kurrgo next appears in Marvel Feature #11 (v1).
     
  Kurrgo's Robot
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Kurrgo's Robot in the mainstream continuity. Kurrgo's Robot next appears in Marvel Feature #11 (v1).
     
 
Group Appearances
The Fantastic Four (Roster I)
The Fantastic Four last appeared in Fantastic Four #6 (v1). The Fantastic Four next appears in Strange Tales #101 (v1).
   
     
United States Military
United States Military last appeared in Incredible Hulk #3 (v1). United States Military next appears in Strange Tales #101 (v1).
   
     
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Issue Notes
 
  • The story is split into 5 chapters:
    • It came from the Skies!
    • Outlawed!
    • Bound for Planet X!
    • Twenty Four Hours Till Zero!
    • The End of Planet X!
 
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Issue Review
 
Webslinger
   October 25, 2012
Despite some plotholes pointed in other comments this by far the best issue so far.

This is the first time Reed Richards is working on his 'Fantastilab' up to something. I imagine if I was high when reading it when the bad mood ray acts, making the women throw the tea all over her husband!!!! Best joke ever (so far)!! And the plot is convincing as well.

A bad mood ray, this idea is really awesome!!

I figure the shrinking ray acted only on living things, so the comming planet could not be affectet. And about the enlarging ray- if only Reed knew about Ant Man! but no one did so far.

Hard to believe is that a developed civ didn't care for space exploring.

I think this is a great issue, this is the way I like the Fantastic Four to be!!!

-Except from the fact that Sue Storm has for a long run a second role play....

Everything here is in a throw away beat, sorry for that, but it's too late now:)
 
 
 
 
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The story opens on Kurrgo, an inhabitant of Planet-X. In order to keep his home planet from crashing into an asteroid, he sends a robot to Earth to capture The Fantastic Four, whom he believes are the only beings in the galaxy capable of saving Planet X from imminent destruction.

Meanwhile, The FF are preparing to travel to Washington, D.C. for a banquet in their honor. The group boards The Fantasticar and Ben notices Kurrgo’s spacecraft entering the atmosphere. Reed explains they have no time to investigate, as they are due in the Capital immediately. As the team make their way, Kurrgo’s robot lands in an isolated valley and uses an “Atomic” scanner to try and locate them.

After arriving in Washington, the group receive accolades and a trophy from members of Congress. At that moment, the robot finds the team and activates a “Hostility Ray” which affects the entire city. Falling under the effects of the ray, the mood of the banquet quickly changes as the FF are declared menaces to society and the crowd turns on the heroes. The group are forced to use their powers and hurriedly escape via The Fantasticar.

The robot notices the getaway and engages them immediately, forcing Reed to attempt several acrobatic maneuvers to evade the pursuing spacecraft. Unable to shake the assailant, the group land atop The Baxter Building and the robot announces that team must accompany him back to Planet X.

Outside, throngs of people affected by the hostility ray are gathering and preparing to storm the building. The robot informs them that they will no longer find quarter on Earth, and the only chance for refuge is by accompanying him to his home world. Reed reluctantly agrees, and the team travels to Planet X.

After arrival, Kurrgo regales the team with the scientific triumphs of his people, save the impending collision with the runaway asteroid, and pleads with Reed for assistance. Ben and Johnny are hostile at first, with The Torch attempting to utilize his “Super Nova” power, until a cool-headed Reed and Sue convince them to stop.

Working under the tremendous pressure of a 24 hour deadline and a planet that is beginning to shake apart, Reed works frantically to produce a reducing gas that will allow the planet’s populace to escape aboard the only available spacecraft. Having solved the problem, Reed and team narrowly escape aboard Kurrgo’s craft as the planet succumbs to gravitational forces caused by the imminent collision. Meanwhile, still on the planet, Kurrgo hastily hatches a plan to control his people on the new planet, but is left behind to perish, a victim of his own power-hungry desires.
 
 
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Comments
   
 
  Vic Says:    
  2011-10-22 13:09:36  
  Reducing Gas?
Worst. Plan. Ever.
 
 
 

  thomassp74 Says:    
  2011-11-17 11:21:33  
  What I learned:

There can't be a fire inside HQ because the building is fire proof. Human Torch is a figment of their imaginations.

The heat of a supernova can get within inches of people and not hurt them as long as it doesn't touch them.

It's possible to move 5 billion tiny people around a planet and get them on a ship in a matter of minutes.

Also:
Kuurgo's robot's face on page 6 looks just like Snake Eyes from G.I. Joe. Wonder if Larry Hama read this issue.
 
 
 

  aowens22 Says:    
  2011-12-27 00:56:16  
  One Question:

Why couldn't they shoot the reducing gas at the incoming planet and reduce it to a pebble???
 
 
 

  Safis Says:    
  2012-01-15 11:14:36  
  That's exactly what I expected them to do, too! The whole rounding up 5 billion people in a disaster-stricken world in a matter of minutes is just too much to buy. Just loading 5 billion tiny people onto the ship would take hours, if not days! Oh well, I guess you can't exactly approach comics with an expectation of realism -- otherwise there would BE no Fantastic Four to begin with!  
 
 

  UTDestroyer Says:    
  2012-05-09 12:27:56  
  I also thought the reducing gas was for the incoming planet. And when I first read the reducing gas part I immediately thought of Ant-Man.

I also noticed a "typo" on the last page where Reed says that there was no "reducing" gas instead of enlarging gas.
 
 
 

  Dark_Knight93 Says:    
  2012-06-24 12:56:33  
  Decent issue despite the plot holes, but hey, it could have been far worse. Suspension of disbelief is needed for this issue.  
 
 

  Agrippina Says:    
  2012-07-03 10:04:32  
  You know you've been reading too many silver age comics when you just take this plot in your stride. (Hey, at least there were no communists.)  
 
 

  JobberMP Says:    
  2012-07-24 21:52:43  
  Now when alien space communists attack is when I'll say enough is enough.  
 
 

  gonzo Says:    
  2012-09-27 12:11:56  
  Love how the one military guy was shocked that the ship could have been from outer space. Sure, it's only the FOURTH alien invasion in the past year in the Marvel Universe. What are the odds?!?  
 
 

  Phantasmagoria Says:    
  2012-10-06 18:17:41  
  A decent issue, though it is definitely flawed. I liked it mainly for the interactions between the members of the FF(particularly Ben and Johnny, who appear to have reached the point where their bickering is mingled with camaraderie).

I actually quite liked the design of the inhabitants of Planet X, even if I LOATHE the generic name of their(former) planet.
 
 
 

  Spider-Borg Says:    
  2012-11-08 19:47:11  
  Feels like an episode of The Twilight Zone at the end there  
 
 

  Borealis Says:    
  2012-11-21 16:20:40  
  I forgot to comment on this one. The Fantastic Four is still a big hit with my son, and he was fascinated by the sci-fi story. He is a fan of the whole team, and can readily identify each individual member. Kurrgo was 'mean', and the robot was 'cool!' He didn't really understand the end, but we went over the high points of the story, and he did remember chunks of it. So while it isn't Ant-Man level awesome, it's still awesome.  
 
 

  Trebek Says:    
  2013-02-24 21:37:49  
  Plot holes aside I feel this was one of the better alien issues so far.  
 
 

  minicheddaz Says:    
  2013-03-03 06:29:43  
  this is one of my least favourite of the order so far. i really didn't like it at all.  
 
 

  Anonymous Says:    
  2013-04-25 06:55:46  
  @UTDdestroyer - no, it's not a typo. There was no ENLARGING gas, meaning they can't return to their former sizes. There WAS reducing gas, as we can see it worked, making everyone tiny.  
 
 

  skabeaters Says:    
  2013-05-05 13:49:35  
  “A portable, self contained TV receiver! Amazing!!” Oh, you mean an iPod.
“A radioactive arm-band fastened to the Invisible Girl will make her presence always known.” Oh, you mean a G.P.S.!
 
 
 

  leisch Says:    
  2013-07-16 19:05:53  
  the ending is like Stan pulled out one of his anthology fantasy story endings. I remember this story was dramatized on the old FF cartoon show.  
 
 

  Garfieldicus Says:    
  2013-07-25 09:25:45  
  So here's my question, if they have "anti-gravity" (among other things), why did they not just use that to repel or deflect the rogue planet? Or at least mention that they tried the obvious solution and it didn't work.  
 
 

  marvelcomicslover Says:    
  2013-09-01 14:05:40  
  Decent art, decent story, nice ending. I wonder if they will ever show what happened to the inhabitants of Planet X. Also I see that Kurrgo next appears in Marvel Feature #11 (v1), I'm curious to see how he survived the destruction of his planet. Overall I found it a pretty good read.  
 
 

  Tarquinnff3 Says:    
  2013-09-24 13:18:04  
  So how did all those little dudes operate the space ship if it was made to be controlled by a normal sized Planet X-ian? Otherwise, a pretty entertaining issue.  
 
 

  Locust75 Says:    
  2013-12-06 15:45:56  
  2 stars only for the FF's usual antics, and Kurrgo's Robot.

Cover Me Bad - All this cover needs are some pitchforks!

Duck Dodgers - To get to Planet X. You must pass Planet's A through W. If you see Planet Y or Z you have gone to far and must do a u-turn.

I Robot - That robot behind Kurrgo on the part 1 splash page, I think is a Sassbot Model. It just seems to give off that vibe.

King Kirby - Is it me, or does Kurrgo's appearance change by part 4?

Lenny Bruce - When Johnny is worried about giving a speech. Check out his scathing remark on todays younger generation.

Shaft - Just how big is the ventilation system at the Baxter? Maybe Reed souped it up awhile back. I also liked Reed's 2D face poking out of the vent.

The Day The Earth Stood Somewhat Still - I don't care much for Kurrgo, but his robot is cool. Unfortunately Kurrgo comes back years later. I wish it was his robot instead. I mean he is made out of the strongest substance in the universe, and controls gravity. So, a planet exploding should be nothing to it.

Shindig - At the dinner for the FF, is that all they are served? A big bowl of broccoli on the table?

GI Joe - I think that the soldier knew that Ben was really behind the wall. Even being under the Hostility Rays influence he knew better than to mess with Ben alone.

Mob Rules - It didn't take long for the angry crowd to find clubs, but then being in DC.....

Infringement - After Pym stole Reed's unstable molecules. Did Reed get him back by stealing Pym's reducing formula?

'Nuff Said - "So that's Kurrgo, The master of Planet X, eh? Puny lookin' shrimp, ain't he?"-Thing
 
 
 

  Bramwell Says:    
  2013-12-27 01:29:42  
  1. Weird looking villain, and there seems to a whole bunch of alien races monitoring Earth. I wonder if these guys all know each other.
2. Planet X - okay so they use the same alphabet on a planet many light years away.
3. Page 2 panel 3 - awesome looking robot. Well done.
4. On the other hand, page 3 panel 8 looks like it came out of an Archie comic.
5. Alright, I'll go with the reducing gas plan....BUT....communicating the plan to 5 billion, dosing them, and getting them on the ship? The logistics are more far-fetched then the gas. :-)
6. Page 24 - really bad editing. There definitely was a reducing had.
Over all, not bad and typical for the era... 3 stars.
 
 
 

  Schabenc Says:    
  2014-05-10 13:30:22  
  Snore...  
 
 

  skerit Says:    
  2014-05-28 18:50:59  
  In the digital version (of 2009) Reed clearly says "There *was no reducing gas*..." instead of "enlarging" gas.  
 
 

  rook420 Says:    
  2014-07-16 17:45:31  
  "Now when alien space communists attack is when I'll say enough is enough." - Jobber MP

I wonder if JobberMP stuck around after The Incredible Hulk, #4...
 
 
 

  dburleson33 Says:    
  2014-08-04 15:43:07  
  I honestly read the word "FLICK" wrong to my dismay.  
 
 

  rodyoungerblood Says:    
  2015-05-23 12:28:41  
  Mr. Fantastic totally blindsided an entire race of beings. What a dickhead.  
 
 

  rodyoungerblood Says:    
  2015-05-23 12:29:11  
  Ant-Man should have been brought in for this job.  
 
 

  jfw1980 Says:    
  2015-06-17 01:21:55  
  solid issue . I was also hoping for hank Pym named drop but it's still early days  
 
 

  hendrica Says:    
  2015-10-17 21:03:46  
  I'm surprised no one else has commented on my biggest problem with this issue, if Planet X was in danger and Kurrgo had been watching the Fantastic Four, why not just come to Earth and ask them for help instead of capturing them?  
 
 

  jbb10499 Says:    
  2015-11-23 10:18:31  
  This is stuipid  
 
 

  yack Says:    
  2015-12-22 12:02:53  
  Very boring storyline and really pointless to the series.  
 
 

  yert1981 Says:    
  2016-02-07 13:44:15  
  Just not loving the FF and the plots aren't really building on each other yet. Not a terrible plot here but the usual holes are present. I'm one of many that thought the gas was going to a different use.  
 
 

  RobinHoodMtl Says:    
  2016-03-02 11:16:24  
 
  • That… is some weird looking alien! But at least it’s not a cow or a toad.

  • The Thing is finally beginning to take shape, particularly on the cover.

  • Last panel page 3, hilarious! And Reed flattening his head out an air-vent, priceless!

  • That is a cool flat-screen monitor, that robot got.

  • We learn here of all the clever ways to neutralize the Fantastic Four, including tagging the Invisible Girl with a 60’s albeit primitive version of a GPS.

  • For a world that did not invest in space travel, they sure know how to make a hi-speed ship. The voyage took… hours?!

  • Part 4 splash panel is magnificent.

  • 5 billion people must have seemed enormous at the time, where Earth population had just reached 3 billion.

  • This is the first mention of the Torch’s eventual ability to go supernova. Scary!

  • I wonder by what sort of miracle feats of logistics were they able to manage the reduction and the evacuation of 5 billion inhabitants within 24 hours!

  • Good story again though. Gotta love the irony of that ending. Very mid-century sci-fi short-story. 4 stars for me.
 
 
 

  Billstar2 Says:    
  2016-03-22 14:49:37  
  Many plot holes. I liked it as something different the the usual stories. The end was the one thing I kinda liked.  
 
 

  J-hat Says:    
  2016-03-25 09:34:17  
  I'm pretty sure that they should have waited to reduce their size until they were right next to the ship... would have made it a shorter hike..  
 
 

  Schabenc Says:    
  2016-05-13 23:06:25  
  Their size doesn't matter in the end? What if they land on a planet full of predators that are bigger than them?  
 
 

  Calion Says:    
  2016-05-19 23:20:59  
  So the Letters page in Issue 9 says that Reed mistakenly says "reducing gas" on the last page instead of "expanding gas." But the Marvel Unlimited version is corrected. I wonder when that happened?  
 
 

  Xtremetko Says:    
  2016-08-16 20:08:36  
  I voted 5 stars and i know that is a little high. Its one of the better ones in the order so far other than Doom and Namar duo. I know a lot of people at this point are getting sick of aliens trying to invade earth... it must be on some galactic space real estate for sale.

I know the logistics are overblown but it really starts to expand on the group dynamic and working together while still bickering. I will agree above... Reed was such a***to 5 billion inhabitants... what did all of them do to you!
 
 
 

  ScottG12 Says:    
  2016-10-03 16:10:10  
  Major logic problems here.
- What was the point in making all the towns people go mad and hate the Fantastic Four, couldn't they just go and ask them to help save their planet?
- Why didn't the Fantastic Four go mad?
- A shrinking gas... really?
- Wont the civilians of earth still be messed up and want to kill the Fantastic Four when they come back? (I imagine they wont address this in the next issue..)

It wasn't all bad though, I did enjoy the set up, and it was nice having some more insight to what the FF get up to in their daily lives. Fantastic Four ishonestly my favourite series at this time (which isnt saying much considering the other comics are pretty weak)

3/5
 
 
 

  Murphynator42 Says:    
  2016-10-19 18:38:39  
  There. Are. So. Many. Holes. In. This. Plot.
Yet that's about par with these Silver Age-rs, and it was a decently fun issue, though I'm not fond of the villain
 
 
 

  Zaktks32 Says:    
  2017-02-12 11:49:52  
 
Probably Stan and Jack (for what he could contribute at that time) got inspiring-empty after the great Doom-Namor-Doom previous issues. Boring reading and silly villain that would better make a comedian. Other than a few pieces of Kirby's art, there is not much to recommend.


 
 
 

  noahsell Says:    
  2017-06-01 19:08:30  
  I like this story despite its many flaws. The ending shows that Stan hasn't fully left behind all of the Atlas tropes ie the ironic demise of Kurrgo  
 
 

  SamScrolls Says:    
  2017-06-13 00:31:25  
  3/5. Planet X thought of hovercars but not spaceships...  
 
 

  God2600 Says:    
  2017-07-04 21:53:15  
  "I lied to them to get their consent". Reed..that's not how consent works  
 
 

  marvej Says:    
  2017-09-16 03:59:21  
  Like already commented, this is filled with plotholes. But nevertheless a good issue. Fantastic four comics are the best ones so far.  
 
 

  beerzerked Says:    
  2017-10-09 20:44:11  
  Reed scienced the hell out of that problem.  
 
 

 
 
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DEAR EDITOR:

      I’m a great fan of the FANTASTIC FOUR and think it is tops! One thing puzzles me, though – Was THE THING just as bad-tempered BEFORE the accident, or did the radiation which made him a monster also affect his brain?

Warren Jacobs
Yonkers, N.Y.

Good question, Warren. Actually, before Ben Grimm became THE THING, he was a rough and ready jet pilot, hot-tempered but good-natured, always ready for a laugh or a challenge. In fact, before telling you more about him, an idea hit us. Perhaps we ill, in a future issue, devote part of story to the lives of the Fantastic Four BEFORE they got their strange powers. How about it, fans?

 
DEAR EDITOR:

      My favorite FF character is THE HUMAN TORCH, but that’s because I’m fourteen and happen to like teenage boys. I also like MR. FANTASTIC, and I sometimes feel sorry for THE THING. Is REED RICHARDS (MR. FANTASTIC) any relation to THE INVISIBLE GIRL – or THE HUMAN TORCH?

Barbara Stock
Pontiac 18, Mich.

Many readers have written to ask what the FANTASTIC FOUR’s relationship with each other is. Apparently many of you missed our first issue, so to briefly explain: THE HUMAN TORCH and THE INVISIBLE GIRL (Johnny and Sue) are brother and sister. MR. FANTASTIC (Reed) had been a good friend of Sue’s, and THE THING (Ben) was the pilot they hired to fly them on their ill-fated space voyage.

 
DEAR EDITOR:

      I like your mag, but let’s watch it, huh! In chapter three of FF #5, you show MR. FANTASTIC stretching up to kayo a pirate. They didn’t make rubberized clothes in those days, you know!

Alan Carlson
Cadillac, Mich.

Oops!

 
DEAR EDITOR:

      Good show! I am of course referring to FF #5! Jack Kirby’s illustrating shows definite improvement. The cover was especially excellent, as were the battle scenes on the pirate ship. HUMAN TORCH is unmistakably your best character; he is certainly deserving of his own mag, as a reader recently suggested. As for THE THING conflict, I feel he (or “it”?) should remain basically the same as he is because this unique character adds color to the group, which makes it comparable to no other. The name MR. FANTASTIC is too egotistical, yet “Mr. Elastic” would be even more ridiculous.

Melvin Herbers
Elyria, Ohio

Regarding the TORCH, Mel, and all you other readers who have clamored for Johnny to appear in another magazine, don’t miss STRANGE TALES #101, on sale now. You’ve got a pleasant surprise in store for you!

 
DEAR EDITOR:

      Much as I like even numbers, I think adding one more member to the FANTASTIC FOUR wouldn’t hurt. Besides, “Fantastic Five” sounds just as good – even better. He could be a scientific genius and assist MR. FANTASTIC, or a wizard who uses magic to fight crime – or perhaps an alien from space. What do you think?

Sal Anzaldi
Pompton Plains, N.J.

Why stop with just five, Sal? Why not the “Fantastic Six, or “Ten” or “Eighty-Three”?? Well, as usual, we’ll leave it up to the fans. We’re sure our other readers have some very definite opinions on this earth-shaking subject!

 
DEAR EDITOR:

      As an English schoolboy reading THE FANTASTIC FOUR for the first time, may I say how intrigued I am with it! I have been thrilled with the story about SUB- MARINER, and hope I will miss none of the future copies so that I may keep up to date with this smashing magazine.

John Davidson
Newcastle-on-Tyne 3,
England

How ABOUT that?!! We may ask for a State Department subsidy for building up good will! Many thinks, John – we hope you’ll continue to enjoy the adventures of your American cousins!

 
DEAR EDITOR:

      Congratulations to “The World’s Greatest Comic”! It is the most original, most exciting, most realistic, most surprising comic in the universe! WE like the way the FF are always reading comics! (Showing their high mentality!) The costumes are great! One bad thing though – The FANTASTICAR looks like a bathtub! Why not call it the “Fantastitub”? Having the THING able to change back to human at will would be ridiculous! Some readers think it’s a good idea, but we think it’s ECHH! We’ll keep buying FF till you stop printing them!

P.S. Your wisecracks are also ECHH!

Rusty and Larry Bush
Forest Hills 75, N.Y.

We had a dandy crack to answer your letter with, Bushes, but we won’t! Satisfied?

 
THAT WRAPS IT UP FOR THIS ISH, FANS! BY THE WAY, WE THOUGHT OF A GREAT WAY TO GET REVENGE ON ANYONE WHO MIGHT WRITE US A TOO- CRITICAL LETTER! WE’LL SPELL HIS NAME WRONG WHEN WE PRINT IT! OH, THE POWER WE EDITORS HAVE!

 
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