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Fantastic Four: The Junior Novel

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Reed Richards and his crew have been forever changed by a cosmic cloud. But the exposure has brought out the worst in Victor Von Doom. He has turned Ben Grimm against Reed, convincing him that Reed is responsible for Ben's hideous appearance.

Slowly Ben realises that Victor is out to ruin Reed and unites with his friends to stop him. Join Reed Richards, Sue Storm, Ben Grimm
Unknown Binding, 144 pages
Published May 24th 2005 by HarperFestival
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