Drawn by: Jack Kirby
Inking: Dick Ayers
Lettering: S. Rosen
Time travel, radioactive herbs, and the first twists in one of Marvel's most convoluted knots of continuity are the features of this issue of The Fantastic Four. So we're starting with Reed committing an egregious and blatant invasion of privacy.
Oh, sure, he can claim to know the inhabitant of the apartment he's stretching towards, but what if he catches a glimpse of anyone in the apartments above? And would he be able to defend himself in court by pointing out that the blind occupant wouldn't have known that he was there?
Or would he just point out that he saved New York from an Atlantean invasion and expect to get let off?
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