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Marvel Universe 2001 Millennial Visions Vol 1 1
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Quote1 Gaze into the Future of the Marvel Universe Quote2

Appearing in "Spider-Man: Staff Memorandum"Edit

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    Appearing in "Fantastic Four: The Death of the Fearsome Four"Edit

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Synopsis for "Fantastic Four: The Death of the Fearsome Four"Edit

Ben Grimm and his fiance, Alicia worked as physicists at a power plant that was destroyed when his best friends, Victor von Doom, Reed Richards, Sue Storm, and Johnny Storm, crashed their stolen NASA space shuttle into its core reactor as a protest against nuclear energy. The resulting meltdown and radiation burned Alicia's eyes, leaving her blind and insane, while Ben Grimm was transformed into a monstrous, rock-like creature. After his transformation, Ben Grimm became furious as Victor von Doom's newly-created "Fearsome Four" were hailed as heroes of the ecological movement for their destruction of the power plant. He became determined to gain revenge against Victor and his team. He soon began hunting Doom and spent his life savings hiring the bounty hunter known as Iron Man to aid him in his revenge plan.


Eleven years later, Ben Grimm finally managed to find Victor von Doom and, with the help of Iron Man, kill him and his Fearsome Four. After their deaths, Ben thought to himself about how he wished he could cry for the deaths of his former friends, but years of determination had left him feeling neither happy nor sad. He thought about how no one forced Victor to steal the NASA shuttle in the first place.

Appearing in "Namor: The Once and Future Sub-Mariner"Edit

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    Appearing in "New Warriors: The Godsend"Edit

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    Appearing in She-Hulk: Putting the "She" in "S.H.I.E.L.D."Edit

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    Appearing in "Iron Man: The Final Days"Edit

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    Appearing in "Thor: Odin Quest"Edit

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    Appearing in "Black Panther: War of the Kings"Edit

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    Appearing in "Avengers: Assembled Once More"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Asgardians: Dance of the Hypergods"Edit

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    Appearing in "Champions: United We Stand"Edit

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    Appearing in "Spider-Man: Topping the Clone Saga"Edit

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Synopsis for "Spider-Man: Topping the Clone Saga"Edit

Spider-Man is a mutant that when bitten by the radioactive spider, it held in his normal mutation. When Spider-Man lost the powers he received by the spider bite, his natural mutant powers kicked in.

Appearing in "Avengers: Defenders of the Galaxy"Edit

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    Appearing in "Iron Man: Sleeping with the Enemy"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Marvel Universe: Hammer Time"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Marvel Universe: Hammer Time"Edit

Odin takes away Thor's hammer, and gives each of the Avengers their own hammer to further discipline Thor.

Appearing in "The Thing: VurtuvurseTM"Edit

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    Appearing in "Sinister Six: Death of the Spider"Edit

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Synopsis for "Sinister Six: Death of the Spider"Edit

The Noxious Nine was formed after the members of the Sinister Six joined with Rhino, Scorpion and Carnage in order to take out the Blin Quay Nuclear Power Station in Brooklyn, New York. After Sandman, Mysterio and Electro were killed, Carnage was atomized in a containment field that caused an overload, releasing radiation throughout the plant and fusing the genetic material of the remaining members to their costumes.

Later, the now-animalistic members of the Noxious Nine tracked down and killed Spider-Man.

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