Published February, 1977 (Bronze Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1977 for $0.50 USD. This issue contains 48 pages in Color, the current NM value is $80.00 USD.
UPC: 0714860268602ISBN-10: ISBN-13:
Firstly, Let me explain my rating, "8". The first half of this I loved, and at that point I was going to give it a "10". Then, in the second half the writing took a turn for the worse, and I'd give this half a "6". So, the average would be an "8'. I didn't really care for the story at about the time the Super-Apes and Namor were added. The last two pages were pretty decent. Maybe it's because I've never cared for Namor, or perhaps because I like, but not LOVE the Fantastic Four. Overall, this was a decent book, just not the greatest "What If..." story I've read. It's probably not even in my top 10.
I love this issue. The first issue in the great series of what if, Roy Thomas wrote this issue spectacularly. It was made where you would not have to read as previous issue of Spider-Man or Fantastic Four to read this issue. This is a different take on two great issues, Fantastic four #14 and the amazing spider man #1. Spider-man takes the job as the fifth member of the FF, thus making Sue feel left out. Jim Craig's art was sensational, and when it was over it made me crave more! Buy this issue!