History WesternAnimation / TheFantasticFour1967

13th Feb '16 9:00:20 AM tropower
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** CreditsMontage: The end credits reel basically superimposes text over the above intro.

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** CreditsMontage: The end credits reel basically superimposes text over the above intro.intro [[note]]Which was a regular occurrence in many (but not all) of Hanna-Barbera's shows until at least the mid-1970s.[[/note]].
29th Dec '15 4:47:06 AM Anddrix
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* BlackBeadEyes: SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom appears to have these most of the time. In close-ups, his eyes look blue with black pupils.

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* BlackBeadEyes: SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Doctor Doom appears to have these most of the time. In close-ups, his eyes look blue with black pupils.
26th Dec '15 9:23:03 PM nombretomado
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* NarratingTheObvious: Par for the course in TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks.

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* NarratingTheObvious: Par for the course in TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks.UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks.
13th Aug '15 3:21:04 PM dsneybuf
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* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace:
** No one needs helmets when visiting an abandoned moon city in "The Red Ghost", and Johnny also successfully flames on in space.
** Johnny manages to flame on again when flying to steal the Ultimate Nullifier from Galactus' ship.
** Averted when the Four visit an undeveloped area of the moon in "It Started on Yancy Street". Sue has to provide an air supply by encasing the team in her force field, while Ben attempts to create an underground tunnel back to the city. The gang really does lose consciousness as an exhausted Sue strains to hold the shield, until air from the Watcher's laboratory flows into the tunnel, and revives them.
7th Aug '15 12:51:19 AM dsneybuf
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* AdaptationalBadass: Oftentimes Hanna-Barbera adapted a comic set when Sue [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway could only turn herself invisible]], and had her use the powers she originally developed later to make a relatively more significant contribution to the plot. Also, at least one episode reveals that Sue's been taking Judo lessons from Reed, who had a black belt in the comics.

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* AdaptationalBadass: Oftentimes Hanna-Barbera adapted a comic set when Sue [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway could only turn herself invisible]], and had her use the powers she originally developed later to make a relatively more significant contribution to the plot. Also, at least one episode reveals that Sue's been taking Judo lessons from Reed, who had a black belt in the comics.
6th Aug '15 12:21:45 PM dsneybuf
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** No one needs helmets when visiting the moon in "The Red Ghost", and Johnny also successfully flames on. Averted when the Four visit a different area of the moon in "It Started on Yancy Street", as they actually almost run out of air, until they reach the Watcher's laboratory.

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** No one needs helmets when visiting the an abandoned moon city in "The Red Ghost", and Johnny also successfully flames on. Averted when the Four visit a different area of the moon on in "It Started on Yancy Street", as they actually almost run out of air, until they reach the Watcher's laboratory.space.


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** Averted when the Four visit an undeveloped area of the moon in "It Started on Yancy Street". Sue has to provide an air supply by encasing the team in her force field, while Ben attempts to create an underground tunnel back to the city. The gang really does lose consciousness as an exhausted Sue strains to hold the shield, until air from the Watcher's laboratory flows into the tunnel, and revives them.
6th Aug '15 12:04:31 PM dsneybuf
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** No one needs helmets when visiting the moon in "The Red Ghost", and Johnny also successfully flames on. Averted when the Four visit a different area of the moon in "It Started on Yancy Street", as the Four almost run out of air, until they reach the Watcher's laboratory.

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** No one needs helmets when visiting the moon in "The Red Ghost", and Johnny also successfully flames on. Averted when the Four visit a different area of the moon in "It Started on Yancy Street", as the Four they actually almost run out of air, until they reach the Watcher's laboratory.
6th Aug '15 12:03:31 PM dsneybuf
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** No one needs helmets when visiting the moon in "The Red Ghost", and Johnny also successfully flames on. Averted when the Four visit the moon again in "It Started on Yancy Street", as the Four almost run out of air, until they reach the Watcher's laboratory.

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** No one needs helmets when visiting the moon in "The Red Ghost", and Johnny also successfully flames on. Averted when the Four visit a different area of the moon again in "It Started on Yancy Street", as the Four almost run out of air, until they reach the Watcher's laboratory.
6th Aug '15 12:03:10 PM dsneybuf
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** No one needs helmets when visiting the moon in "The Red Ghost", and Johnny also successfully flames on. The original comic explained that the ancient moon village that everyone lands in has its own air supply.

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** No one needs helmets when visiting the moon in "The Red Ghost", and Johnny also successfully flames on. The original comic explained that Averted when the ancient Four visit the moon village that everyone lands again in has its own air supply."It Started on Yancy Street", as the Four almost run out of air, until they reach the Watcher's laboratory.
4th Aug '15 10:55:46 AM dsneybuf
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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: [[spoiler: After the Fantastic Four stop the Super Skrull from taking over the world, he proclaims that he can not return to his home planet, lest the king of the Skrulls punish him for his failure. Reed allows him to stay on Earth under the condition that he turns himself into a cow, then lets Reed erase his memories of being a Skrull.]] Note that this differs greatly from the aftermath of the Four's first encounter in the comics with the Super Skrull (but ''not'' from their first encounter with Skrulls in general).

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: "Invasion of the Super Skrulls" has an example. [[spoiler: After the Fantastic Four stop the Super Skrull from taking over the world, he proclaims that he can not return to his home planet, lest the king of the Skrulls punish him for his failure. Reed allows him to stay on Earth under the condition that he turns himself into a cow, then lets Reed erase his memories of being a Skrull.]] Note that this differs greatly from the aftermath of the Four's first encounter in the comics with the Super Skrull (but ''not'' from their first encounter with Skrulls in general).



* NeverSayDie

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* NeverSayDieNeverSayDie: The characters refer to demises with such terms as "finished" and "done for".
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