Fantastic Four #48 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1966 1st app Silver Surfer & Galactus

Fantastic Four #48 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1966 1st app Silver Surfer & Galactus
Fantastic Four #48 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1966 1st app Silver Surfer & Galactus
Fantastic Four #48 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1966 1st app Silver Surfer & Galactus
Fantastic Four #48 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1966 1st app Silver Surfer & Galactus

Fantastic Four #48 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1966 1st app Silver Surfer & Galactus
1st Silver Surfer (Normin Radd). 1st Galactus (in cameo on last page). Watcher, Inhumans & Skrulls Appearance.

Stan Lee (Story) Jack Kirby (Story, Cover & Art) Joe Sinnott (Cover & Art). While the vibrations produced by the weapon proves ineffective against Inhumans, it has the potential to wreak havoc against normal human beings.

The ground of the Great Refuge trembles from the power of the weapon and everyone is thrown about. Maximus cackles with glee as he envisions the deaths of millions of helpless humans. For all of his mad genius however, Maximus' plan fails. Aside from a few massive ground tremors, humanity is perfectly safe.

Gorgon and Karnak make a move to apprehend Maximus, but he darts past them and heads towards his Atmo-Gun. He reverses the polarity of the weapon, creating a null field of negative energy to slowly encapsulate the Great Refuge. Reed knows that there is nothing they can do to counter the effects of a complete negative zone. Reed, Sue and Ben race to escape from the city, but Johnny wants to stay behind. He doesn't want to leave Crystal.

Crystal wants to remain with Johnny as well, but the rest of her family draw her back. Ben scoops Johnny up, and manages to get outside of the null field barrier just as it completely seals the Great Refuge off from the rest of the world. Everyone feels Johnny's sorrow, and he is convinced that he will never see Crystal again. Meanwhile in the depths of outer space, a sleek, shining being known as the Silver Surfer streaks through the cosmos atop a metallic surfboard. While soaring through the Andromeda Galaxy, he draws the attention of the Skrulls.

The Skrulls know that wherever the Silver Surfer appears, his master, Galactus, cannot be far behind. Terrified, the Skrulls do everything they can to conceal their world from the Surfer's perceptions. In New York, the Fantastic Four arrive home to witness a most startling spectacle. The entire skyline appears as if it had caught on fire. The Human Torch flies through the city canyons to get a closer look, but panicking New Yorkers begin to suspect that the Torch may actually be responsible for the strange phenomena.

The FF return to the Baxter Building and Reed sequesters himself inside of his laboratory to analyze the situation. The flames in the sky dissipate giving way to an unending field of space debris. The powerful being known as the Watcher appears inside of Reed's laboratory. He explains that he is responsible for the atmospheric disturbances, for he has been attempting to conceal Earth's existence from the attention of the Silver Surfer. He further explains that the Surfer is the advance scout of Galactus, a powerful cosmic being that consumes the elemental energies of entire worlds, leaving them as little more than dried, lifeless husks. The Surfer meanwhile, investigates the debris field, and finds Earth hidden beneath it.

He flies to the roof of the Baxter Building and sends out a cosmic signal for Galactus. The FF race to the top of the building, and the Thing rams into the Surfer knocking him off the edge. The Surfer is no longer a major concern however.

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Fantastic Four #48 CGC 4.5 Marvel Comics 1966 1st app Silver Surfer & Galactus


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