Drawn by: Jack Kirby
Inking: Dick Ayers
Lettering: Art Simek
This isn't just any old asbestos netting.
With fibres hand-woven in a tradition stretching back generations, strengthened with the cutting edge technology of unstable molecules, and absolutely not carcinogenic in any way, this is the finest asbestos netting.
Asbestos netting. Reassuringly expensive.
And with that obscure reference to 1990s beer adverts shown in the United Kingdom out of the way, let's take a look at some of the alarming suggestions thrown out by this scene. Not that Reed has spent time devising various pulley-mounted restraining devices for his young friend. More that he appears to have installed theses pulley-mounted restraining devices in Sue's bedroom (as evidenced by the water damage to Sue's wardrobe later on the page).
That's pretty presumptuous!
Check out our coverage of Fantastic Four Annual #1 on our sixteenth episode: The Best Of Annuals, The Worst Of Annuals.