sorry for another question... should I make chris Larken or Declan? ahh I can't decide @braidsandlace @ohmistymountain @actuallybatgirl @autumnfalls23

sorry for another question... should I make chris Larken or Declan? ahh I can't decide @braidsandlace @ohmistymountain @actuallybatgirl @autumnfalls23

David Tennant On Potential CBM Roles; Name Drops FANTASTIC FOURs Reed Richards

David Tennant On Potential CBM Roles; Name Drops FANTASTIC FOURs Reed Richards

Good luck, Franklin: Sue gives birth to a boy named after her father, but first Reed needs cosmic energy to ensure it's a safe birth, and that energy comes from the Neutral - er, Phantom - er, Negative Zone, especially Annihilus and his Cosmic Control Rod.

Good luck, Franklin: Sue gives birth to a boy named after her father, but first Reed needs cosmic energy to ensure it's a safe birth, and that energy comes from the Neutral - er, Phantom - er, Negative Zone, especially Annihilus and his Cosmic Control Rod.

‘Fantastic Four’ Video Explains Why the Thing Has No Pants -- Jamie Bell's The Thing gets his name in a new ‘Fantastic Four’ featurette, while a viral video answers an important question about the Marvel superhero. -- http://movieweb.com/fantastic-four-movie-2015-video-thing-no-pants/

‘Fantastic Four’ Video Explains Why the Thing Has No Pants -- Jamie Bell's The Thing gets his name in a new ‘Fantastic Four’ featurette, while a viral video answers an important question about the Marvel superhero. -- http://movieweb.com/fantastic-four-movie-2015-video-thing-no-pants/

The Mole Man is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by artist/co-writer Jack Kirby and writer Stan Lee, the character first appeared in The Fantastic Four No. 1 (Nov. 1961). The character's name was at the time spelled "Moleman" in one word.[1] The spelling "Mole Man" came in The Fantastic Four No. 22 (Jan. 1964)

The Mole Man is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by artist/co-writer Jack Kirby and writer Stan Lee, the character first appeared in The Fantastic Four No. 1 (Nov. 1961). The character's name was at the time spelled "Moleman" in one word.[1] The spelling "Mole Man" came in The Fantastic Four No. 22 (Jan. 1964)

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