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Appearing in "The '60s"

Featured Characters:

  • Fantastic Four (First appearance)
    • Mister Fantastic (Dr. Reed Richards) (First appearance) (Joins and leaves NASA)
    • Invisible Woman (Dr. Sue Storm) (First appearance)
    • Human Torch (Johnny Storm) (First appearance)
    • The Thing (Ben Grimm) (First appearance)

Supporting Characters:

  • President John F. Kennedy (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • United States Army (First appearance)
  • President Richard Nixon (First appearance)
  • Franklin Richards (First appearance)


  • NASA (First appearance)
    • Dr. Ricardo Jones (Only appearance; dies)[1] (Impersonates The Thing)
    • Cliff
  • Galactus (Galan) (First appearance)
  • Mole Man (Harvey Elder) (First appearance)
  • Moloids (First appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Yuri Gagarin (First appearance)
  • Laika (Mentioned)
  • Nick Fury (First appearance)
  • Black Panther (King T'Challa) (First appearance)
  • Avengers (First appearance)
    • Captain America (Steve Rogers) (First appearance)
    • Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff) (First appearance)
  • Jacqueline Kennedy (First appearance)
  • John F. Kennedy Jr. (First appearance)
  • The Beatles (First appearance)
    • John Lennon (First appearance)
    • Paul McCartney (First appearance)
    • Ringo Starr (First appearance)
    • George Harrison (First appearance)
  • Sally (First appearance)
  • Johnny Carson (Mentioned)
  • Enrico Fermi (Mentioned)
  • God (Yahweh) (Mentioned)
  • Neil Armstrong (On-screen)
  • Tony (First appearance)

Races and Species:





Synopsis for "The '60s"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Solicit Synopsis

In the tradition of SPIDER-MAN: LIFE STORY, and in celebration of the FF’s 60th Anniversary, comes this series setting the lives of the fabulous foursome in real time across the years!

Amid the backdrop of the Cold War and the Space Race, a terrible accident gives the Fantastic Four great powers, a terrible secret, and entangles them in the history of their planet.


  • Although published under the Life Story banner, this does not take place on Earth-19529, the Earth of Spider-Man: Life Story.[2][3] However, both Earths are not affected by a Sliding Timeline and show how drastically their worlds change when superheroes exist in the time of their original debuts.

See Also


  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
  2. Russell, Mark (3 February 2021). Not the same continuity, no. But the same basic idea. That we are telling the story of characters focusing primarily on telling the story of their lives and how they changed the world they inhabit.. Twitter. Retrieved on 2 September 2021.
  3. Zdarsky, Chip (3 February 2021). It's a separate universe! which is excellent, as it gives the readers plenty of nice surprises. Twitter. Retrieved on 2 September 2021.

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