Appearing in "Wolf at the Door: Part 1"Edit
- Fantastic Four
- Unnamed pickpocket
- Fantastic Four, Inc.
- Captain America (Steve Rogers)
- She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters)
- Howard (First appearance)
- Construction site workers
- Terry Giocometti (Mentioned)
- Osborn Corpotaion (Mentioned)
- Stark Enterprises (Mentioned)
- Mole Man (Harvey Elder) (Mentioned)
- Spider-Man (Peter Parker) (Mentioned)
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Synopsis for "Wolf at the Door: Part 1"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This story states that Franklin is 8 years old. Per the Sliding Timescale, that is accurate. Franklin was born in Fantastic Four Annual #6 published in 1968 and this story was published in 2004. Per the Timescale ,Franklin was born during "Year Two" of the Modern Age while this story takes place in "Year Eleven". However, depending on when Franklin was born it's plausible for him to be turning eight here as the Timescale does not strictly follow a proper calendar year.
- This story states that Franklin requested a Playstation 2 for his birthday. This should be considered a topical reference per the Sliding Timescale as this is already a dated reference.
- Johnny states that "super-heroes don't go bankrupt", forgetting that the Fantastic Four have filed for bankruptcy before back in Fantastic Four #9.
- Johnny mentions trying acting again. He had a brief foray in acting starting in Fantastic Four Vol 3 #37. However his inability to act caused him to lose the job as seen in Fantastic Four Vol 3 #51-52.
- Sue states that she was 21 years old when she got her powers in Fantastic Four #1. Per the Sliding Timescale this makes her roughly 32 years old at the time of this story. This contradicts Fantastic Four Vol 3 #55 which places Sue's age as roughly 34 years old.
- Alicia Masters states that she could "never imagine being thirty". According to Fantastic Four #270, Alicia was 19 years old when she first met the Thing back in Fantastic Four #8. Based on the Sliding Timescale that would make her roughly 30 years old at the time of this story.
- The narrative of the story states that Franklin's school, The Collegiate Academy, was founded in 1961. This year is significant as it is the year that Fantastic Four #1 was published.
- Special thanks to Theresa Focarile and Nicole Wiley.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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