Franklin Richards is an American Omega-level Mutate who was long believed to be a mutant,[11][12][13] with reality-warping abilities; even at a young age he is one of the most powerful beings in the Universe.[14] The Celestials have described him as being Beyond Omega Classification.[15] Franklin is the son of Dr. Reed Richards aka Mister Fantastic and Susan Richards aka the Invisible Woman of the Fantastic Four. His parents were exposed to Cosmic Radiation causing him to be born with an activated X-Gene.[16] In reality, his powerful cosmic powers changed his anatomy vastly on the cellular level, making him a mutant, and once he was depowered, his pseudo-mutant status disappeared.[13]


Quote1.png I was the Impossible Boy who could dream the future. I was a god. Quote2.png
-- Franklin Richards src

 

Early Years

First, the radiation somehow affected Susan Richards' body in such a way as to give her serious difficulties in giving birth. For unknown reasons, soon before she was to give birth to Franklin, Susan Richards' blood cells were observed to be carrying a strange form of energy that threatened the lives of both herself and the baby. Presumably, this energy effect is linked with Susan Richards' superhuman powers over energy that enable her to become invisible and to create force fields.[17]

Baby Franklin

With Franklin's birth imminent, Reed Richards and his teammates, the Human Torch and the Thing, journeyed into the anti-matter dimension called the Negative Zone to find the only means known to Mister Fantastic of saving his wife and unborn son: the Cosmic Control Rod wielded by Annihilus, one of its most dangerous inhabitants. Mister Fantastic succeeded in obtaining the Rod and drained energy from it into a special container, which he and his two colleagues then brought to their own dimension. Reed Richards succeeded in using the energy from the Rod in bringing the energy in his wife's blood under control, and she safely gave birth to a healthy son.[17] The infant was named Franklin Benjamin Richards in honor of his late grandfather, Franklin Storm, and the Richards' best friend, Benjamin J. Grimm.[18] In his early years the sorceress Agatha Harkness acted as Franklin's nanny and protector.[19]

The cosmic radiation that had given Reed and Susan Richards their superhuman powers also resulted in affecting the genetic structure of their son: Franklin was born a mutant. Unlike most superhuman mutants, whose unusual powers do not emerge until the mutant reaches puberty, Franklin began manifesting his superhuman powers at a very early age. The very first indication of his powers was shown when the Frightful Four had beaten the Fantastic Four, as a toddler Franklin Richards used this power to wake up the Thing and this allowed the Fantastic Four to achieve victory.[16] In the normal course of events, Franklin's psionic powers would presumably increasingly emerge as he grew older until they reach their full, vast potential when he achieved maturity. However, this normal process was ruined by Annihilus, who, during a later conflict with the Fantastic Four, placed Franklin within a machine that triggered the release of his full psionic potential. Franklin was too young and inexperienced to control the vast energies building up within him, and Reed Richards feared that his son would be unable to prevent himself from releasing enough psionic energy to destroy all life on Earth. Unable to find another means of dealing with the problem in the short space of time left before disaster would strike, Reed was forced to use a device that rendered Franklin comatose, and thus unable to project psionic energy.[20]

Months later, while the robot Ultron-7 was attacking the Fantastic Four and other superhuman beings, energy radiating from the robot affected Franklin's mind and caused him to unwittingly release great psionic energies which overpowered and defeated Ultron. Franklin was thus awakened from his coma, and his psionic powers were apparently now back at the level at which they were before Annihilus subjected him to his machine.[21][22]

Later, Franklin used his powers to age himself into adulthood within a very brief space of time. (In this form he became known as Avatar.) Although his psyche remained that of a child, Franklin could now make full use of his psionic potential. Realizing he still lacked the emotional maturity to control his vast powers, Franklin transformed himself back into a child, imposing psychic "dampers" in his mind so he could not use his full powers until he achieved the necessary psychological maturity.[2].

When the symbiote escaped from Baxter Building with the help of Kristoff Vernard, the symbiote tries to possess Franklin, but Franklin was able to reject the symbiote thanks to his father and Spider-Man's help.[23]

Power Pack

However, Franklin did thereafter manifest the power to foresee events from alternate futures in his dreams.[24] Unknown to his parents, Franklin became a member of Power Pack, a team of children possessing superhuman powers. He then took the "super hero" name Tattletale due to his ability to foresee the future. In one adventure involving Power Pack, Franklin even journeyed through outer space to the throne world of the alien Snarks and back to Earth. Franklin's "dream" power has also continued to evolve in other ways.[8]

Fantastic Force

Psi-Lord

Later, claiming that Franklin's presence in this timeline would lead to destruction, Reed Richards' father Nathaniel abducted the child into the future. (In fact, Nathaniel had learned about the Fantastic Four's forthcoming disappearance upon defeating Onslaught, although he did not know about Onslaught himself.) Nathaniel raised Franklin for years in the future, training him to be a warrior and to master his superhuman powers. The adolescent Franklin journeyed back in time, arriving in the Fantastic Four's headquarters mere moments after Nathaniel had abducted him as a child.[25] The teenage Franklin called himself Psi-Lord, and wielded vast psionic powers, although they remained far short of his full potential. For a long period Reed Richards was held captive by an enemy known as Hyperstorm. During this period, Franklin founded the Fantastic Force, a new superhero team to carry on his father's work of protecting humanity.[26] Finally, however, Psi-Lord somehow was removed from the Fantastic Four's time and was replaced by the child Franklin, as he had been at the time that Nathaniel had abducted him.[27] Nathaniel claimed that Hyperstorm must have arranged the substitution, and that the Psi-Lord version of Franklin no longer existed in the Fantastic Four's timeline. (Ironically, according to Nathaniel Richards, Hyperstorm is the son of the Franklin Richards and Rachel Summers of yet another alternate future.)[27]

Onslaught

The malevolent entity Onslaught captured Franklin in order to manipulate the child's latent ability to reshape reality. Ultimately, the Fantastic Four and many of the Avengers dove into Onslaught's energy form in order to disrupt it; when the X-Men then launched a full assault on Onslaught, he was seemingly destroyed. The general public believed that the Fantastic Four and many of the Avengers had perished as well.[28] However, Franklin, who remained safely on Earth, had unconsciously used his vast psionic powers to create a "pocket" universe in another reality, to which he transported the vanished heroes. There the Fantastic Four and the missing Avengers led radically different lives with no memories of their pasts in their native universe.[28]

Daydreamers

The Daydreamers

Franklin subsequently embarked on a journey through other alternate realities with the swamp creature called the Man-Thing, the other-dimensional talking waterfowl Howard the Duck, the alien Tana Nile, and the mutants Artie Maddicks and Leech. Franklin's companions finally realized that Franklin himself had created these worlds with his psionic powers.[29]

Counter-Earth

Franklin was soon approached by the Celestial Ashema, who showed Franklin that his parents (and Earth's other heroes) were alive. Franklin had subconsciously shunted them into a new reality, another Earth which resided in the blue globe Franklin had been carrying with him since Onslaught. Ashema forced Franklin to make a choice: one of the worlds had to die. Literally fleeing from this awful choice, Franklin plummeted over a cliff, nearly dying. To resurrect him, Ashema melded with Franklin's consciousness, acquiring his human perspective on life and death. Through Franklin, a compromise was struck: both worlds could live, but Earth's heroes had to leave Franklin’s creation and return to their own world.[30] Franklin's alternate Earth was later transported to our solar system by Dr. Doom and placed in orbit on the far side of the sun, where it was named Counter-Earth.[31]

Valeria

Reunited with his family, Franklin moved into Pier Four, the Fantastic Four’s new waterfront headquarters.[32] Franklin got a pet, a dog-like creature named Puppy who seemed a younger, smaller twin to the Inhumans' Lockjaw, and a new caretaker, the dimensionally displaced Caledonia. Franklin also acquired a sister when the time-dancing Valeria von Doom (claimed daughter of Susan Richards) joined the family. Franklin’s time at Pier Four proved brief; when catastrophe loomed, Reed and Sue sent Franklin, Puppy, and Caledonia to Haven, a school located on the far side of the universe, where they were soon joined by Valeria.[33] When Franklin dreamed of Valeria’s death at the hand of the cosmic force Abraxas, he and Valeria returned to Earth. When Abraxas did appear, Valeria and Franklin combined their powers to resurrect the only being capable of stopping Abraxas: Galactus. Franklin learned that Valeria was the sister he had sent elsewhere, and he exhausted his remaining powers to restore her to his mother’s womb as an infant.[34]

Ordinary Human

In the wake of Mr. Fantastic's activation of the Ultimate Nullifier to destroy Abraxas, Franklin lost all his powers in the process of reforming Galactus and thus became a normal child.[35] After Valeria’s birth, Franklin felt ignored and unloved, and his attempts to regain his parents attention inadvertently led to the creation of the mathematical menace Modulus.[36]

Shortly afterwards, Doctor Doom made a pact with the Haazareth Three, to gain vast magical power. During Doom's attacks upon the Fantastic Four, Franklin was sucked into Hell by the Haazareth. After the defeat of Doom, his parents rescued him. Franklin had a hard time coping with the traumatic experience of being tormented in Hell. With help from the Thing and Franklin's mother, he made a complete mental recovery.[37][38]

Because of the danger of their adventures, child Welfare questioned the safety of the Baxter Building, due to the numerous super-villain attacks on it.[39] After much reluctance, Reed and Sue agreed that if necessary, their children could be taken away.[40] However, an initial condition was that a "dummy" safe house was to be set up, and a press release to be announced that the children had already been moved. It is uncertain exactly which of the FF's enemies carried out the attack, or why (there is speculation that Reed carried out the attack himself to allow him and Sue to keep the kids), but it was enough to convince Child Welfare.[41]

Onslaught Reborn

When the Scarlet Witch used her powers to depower countless mutants, including Magneto and Prof. Xavier, the power lost by Magneto and Xavier combined and restored Onslaught (whose consciousness still remained lingering after his death), who was now determined to kill Franklin Richards and every hero in existence. Onslaught took control of both the Human Torch and Mister Fantastic in an attempt to get Franklin but was interrupted by the Thing and Invisible Woman.[42]

When Franklin fled to Counter-Earth, Onslaught followed him. While the Avengers assessed their new threat which did not exist until Franklin appeared, they took into account what the boy said about Onslaught. However, they were in disbelief that he was the son of Susan Storm and Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four as they were not married in their reality. After a brief skirmish, the heroes and villains decided to work together to defeat Onslaught, but it was Rikki "Bucky" Barnes who defeated him, using a Fantasticar to send them both through the Negative Zone barrier in the Fantastic Four's lab, trapping them. Franklin returned home, Bucky found herself on Earth 616, and Onslaught was last seen floating outside Prison 42 in the Negative Zone.[43]

Secret Invasion

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In the beginning of the Skrull strike on Earth, the Skrull Lyja, impersonating Sue Richards, sent the entire Baxter Building into the Negative Zone with Franklin, Valeria, and Johnny Storm inside. Franklin and Valeria teamed up with Johnny and the Thing to fight the Skrulls. Benjamin Grimm asked the help of the Tinkerer, who was an inmate in Prison 42 within the Negative Zone. The Tinkerer refused, seeing no reason to help the people who arrested him as he was taking his grandchildren out for ice cream, and sent him to prison without due process. Franklin and Valeria pleaded with the Tinkerer and strongly reminded the old man of his own grandchildren. He was moved to tears, repented and agreed to help, in exchange for his freedom and reunion with his grandkids.[44][45]

Facing the news of mutant and anti-mutant riots in San Francisco, Franklin asked his mother and father why people hate mutants and if that meant they hate him.[46]

Dark Reign

Defending the Baxter Building

Franklin found himself along with his sister under siege by Norman Osborn, Venom and a high number of H.A.M.M.E.R. agents. The siblings were on their own due to their father's experiment which left him unreachable and the other members of the Fantastic Four stranded in alternate realities.[47]

Valeria managed to separate Osborn from the rest of the H.A.M.M.E.R. agents by using a bureaucratic technicality and by having them underestimate her. Osborn was led into a room where he faced Franklin wearing a Spider-Man mask and called him a villain, making him chase them in the building and intending to shot them down.[48]

The Fantastic Four have resurfaced by this point with an angry Invisible Woman telling Osborn "Step away from the children". Angry, he snapped that she should try to make him. Sue obliged by smashing him against a wall using one of her invisible force fields. Osborn retaliated by summoning H.A.M.M.E.R. agents and Venom. None however managed to pass through Sue's barrier.[49]

Mr. Fantastic informed Osborn to leave the Baxter Building and not to come back, dismissing him. Infuriated, he attempted to shoot Reed, only to be shot by Franklin in turn. Although all are shocked, none understood how Franklin managed to shoot Norman since Franklin was only wielding a toy gun (both Johnny and Ben examine the gun once it was shot) hinting that perhaps some of Franklin's reality altering abilities had resurfaced.[49]

Franklin creating a universe

An alternate version of himself from the future returned, and stated "Rest ... and remember what you are." Moments later after being put to bed, Franklin created a Universe with his powers, hinting that his nigh unlimited power had returned.[50]

Fear Itself

Franklin, against his father's prior wishes, used his reality-warping powers to free Ben Grimm from the possession of an Asgardian warrior general named Angrir, Breaker of Souls by transforming him back into the Thing.[51]

The Future Foundation

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When Franklin created a pocket universe, a mysterious imaginary friend appeared who advised him and helped him to use his powers. Not long afterwards, the Human Torch seemingly died at the hands of Annihilus to save his family. The Fantastic Four disbanded and became the Future Foundation.[52]

Due to the threat of the Interdimensional Council of Reeds, Mr. Fantastic made an alliance with many villains such as Mad Thinker, AIM, the Wizard, Diablo, and the High Evolutionary to plan how to stop them. They took the battle to High Evolutionary's city where one of the Reeds escaped with Doctor Doom and the other two were captured by the Kree army. After returning to the Baxter Building, Richards reunited other heroes to fight the Inhumans in Attilan, but at the time they were preparing to go at the rooftop, a Kree invasion started. Reed used Iron Man's armor and Sue's power to create a force field around Manhattan, at the same time the Cult of the Negative Zone opened the portal to the Negative Zone after Spider-Man failed at stop them, the portal revealed a living Johnny Storm with an enslaved Annihilus.[5]

Johnny gathered the team together, drawing with fire the symbolic "4" in the sky above the Baxter Building. Reed, Sue, Ben, and Peter boarded one of the Annihilation Wave's ships controlled by Johnny, who used the rest of the ships to battle the Kree army until the Inhumans asked to finish them by their own hand.[53] Meanwhile the other heroes on Earth were dealing with the scraps of the battle which could damage the Earth. Reed and Sue summoned Galactus, who destroyed the Kree army. At that moment, the Mad Celestials appeared to destroy this universe. Although the team tried to use the Hub (a weapon of mass destruction created by the Reeds), they couldn't defeat the Mad Celestials. However, future versions of Franklin and Valeria appeared as part of Nathaniel Richards's plan.[54] Future Franklin used his powers to heal Galactus and destroy the Mad Celestials, saving the day.[55] Later, the Baxter Building was rebuilt and Mr. Fantastic showed a new secondary headquarters called Foundation and new costumes were given to the members of the Future Foundation, also with the new additions of the future Franklin and Valeria, with the Franklins getting the number 5 on their costumes.[6]

Multiversal Collapse

With the Multiverse coming to its inevitable end, caused by the incursions, the Illuminati tried to find numerous ways to save Earth-616 from its destruction. One of their ideas consisted of using a machine to access and harness the full measure of Franklin's latent powers to create a pocket universe that the inhabitants of Earth could be relocated to. The plan did not succeed.[56] Following the incident, Sue informed Reed that Franklin was under the impression that he "disappointed" his father; Reed replied, "I should never have done that. I should never have asked."[57]

When it was realized the Multiverse was truly doomed, Franklin and the Future Foundation began constructing vessels that would allow a small number of humans to survive.[58] As the final incursion between Earth-616 and Earth-1610 took place, Franklin's father Reed gathered every person he could upon the life raft including members of the Future Foundation, Franklin, and the rest of his family. When the vessel approached the central point of the incursion, it suffered a hull breach that led to the deaths of Franklin, his family minus his father Reed, and the members of the Future Foundation aboard.[59]

Eight years later, Reed gained the omnipotent power of the Beyonders from the Molecule Man after stripping them from Doctor Doom. With his new powers, Reed brought his family, including Franklin, and the Future Foundation back to life. Franklin and his family then began helping his father and Molecule Man restore the Multiverse using Onslaught,[60] while also creating entirely new realities.[61]

Years following the Future Foundation's multiversal adventures, a mysterious being called the Griever at the End of All Things who repudiated the Future Foundation's mission of creating new universes confronted the team as soon as Franklin was depleted of his ability to create entirely new realities. She caused the collapse of the hundreds of universes charted by the Future Foundation, forcing the team to make a final stand. The Fantastic Four were reunited when Mister Fantastic tricked the Griever into giving them the chance to summon the remaining members of the Fantastic Four for backup. In addition to teleporting Ben and Johnny, Reed also brought every superhero who had been part of the team at one point in order to defeat the new foe.[1]

X-Men/Fantastic Four

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As his father Reed was unable to fix his power loss, Franklin began to doubt his father's intention. When Charles Xavier tried to convince Franklin's parents that their son should join their new nation of Krakoa, Franklin and Kate Pryde went for a walk without telling them. This caused the Four to go looking for him, with the Human Torch mistaking Kitty's stroll for kidnapping Franklin. When the X-Men and the Fantastic Four began arguing again, Franklin tried to enter through the Gateway, but instead passed through it. Reed revealed that he had build a device in Franklin that made the Gateways not recognize Franklin as a mutant. This left Franklin frustrated and eventually he his sister Valeria decided to stow away on the Marauder in order to get to Krakoa. Upon Kitty discovering them, they were greeted by Doctor Doom.[62]

He brought them on his hidden Doom Island where he kept the Latverian mutants safe and promised to Franklin to finally fix his power problem.[63] Franklin accepted Doom's offer, but then his family and the X-Men came to the island after the Four had spied on their nation. Reed and Beast agreed to assist Doom in fixing Franklin's powers. However, when they were about to start a dangerous procedure, Doom found out that the heroes had intruded with the island's mutant civilization, and unleashed his Latviathans.[64] While the heroes tried to fend off Doom's Sentinels, Franklin reluctantly agreed to go on with the process, but seeing that they needed him he tried escape. Thanks to Kate, Franklin was able to free himself and use powers to destroy the Sentinels. After the fight, the Fantastic Four and the X-Men set aside their differences, and Franklin became a citizen of Krakoa where Beast kept studying him in order to solve his power loss.[65]

Ever since joining Krakoa, Franklin had been seen befriending many mutants and getting to know the island, immersing himself in mutant culture.[66]

While relaxing in his room, his father gathered the Fantastic Four as the Baxter Building was going to be attacked by an undefined omega level cosmic threat. While joining the mission to combat the being, as the most powerful member of the team, he unleashed the rest of his energy in a single punch, only to stall the enemy. Now powerless, he ran to a Krakoan gate to gather the X-Men to join him, only to discover it wouldn't work for him now that he was a depowered mutant. After the team was saved by Valeria, he destroyed his room and his mutant paraphernalia, because of the loss of his mutant status.[67]

The Truth Exposed

When Valeria came back from using the Forever Gate, Franklin got the idea to use it to go to Krakoa since the loss of his mutant powers, battling the now known omega level cosmic threat, the Cormorant. Once he booted it up, he received a telepathic message from Professor Xavier. When Franklin lost his powers, it was made clear that he was never a mutant, and that using Cerebro the Professor found out he never was one. He explained to him that as a child, his vast cosmic powers answered his wish to become special, and made it so that he was a mutant, so he would be. Through this revelation, he is not longer welcomed on Krakoa or with the X-men.[13]

Powers

Franklin Richards has been stated to be an Omega Level Mutant.[68][12] Although that later turned out to be untrue.[67] The Celestials have described him as being Beyond Omega Classification,[15] and Galactus considered him as "the most powerful mutant ever born".[14] He was also known as an Alpha-Level Mutant,[69] and stated among the most powerful mutants on Earth, sometimes the most powerful.[70] His power set was considered by Reed as High Threat Level.[71] Allegedly, his powers seems to derive from a dimension of pure power nicknamed the Godpower, a source of energy which fuels the powers of various superhumans via their mitochondria.[72]

Currently, Franklin is completely depowered after expending the last remaining bit of his energy.[67]

It was recently discovered by Professor X and Cerebro that Franklin was never truly a mutant, but that his powerful reality altering powers made him one because of his desire to be special.[13]

Strength level

Franklin Richards possesses the normal human strength of a boy of his age, height, and build who engages in moderate regular exercise. Based on the ability of some reality warpers to increase their strength (such as Mad Jim Jaspers[84] and Freedom Ring[85]), we can presume that Franklin can augment his strength to incalculable levels by manipulating reality or using telekinesis. However, it remains a potential ability.

Weaknesses

  • Power Loss: Franklin's powers can be burned out through overuse.[35][1] However, while on Krakoa his powers fade to a much slower extent.[65]
    • Franklin expended the rest of his powers in battle in a single punch, currently making him a depowered mutant. Due to this, the Krakoan gates do not recognize him as a mutant, and he is unable to use them.[67]
      • It turns out, Franklins cosmic powers made him into a mutant subconsciously, and when he lost them, he didn't become a depowered mutant, but instead just a depowered Human mutate, as he truly was before.[13]

Equipment


Franklin's age is the age not spoken

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