Susan "Sue" Storm Richards
|Citizen of the United States with no criminal record.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Glenville, Long Island, New York|
Brides of Set
|Base of Operations|
|Baxter Building, New York, New York|
Exposure to cosmic radiation enabling the ability to turn self and other objects invisible, project force fields and create defensive or offensive shapes from invisible force energy.
Possibly possesses an extra-sensory perception to compensate for sight when invisible.
Excellent hand-to-hand combatant with training in the martial arts and adept in using force energy in offensive and defensive postures.
Fantastic Four Comlink: Personal communications device worn on the outside of the uniform resembling the team logo.
Fantastic Four Uniform: Clothing made of unstable molecules which is resistant and conforms to the abilities of members.
Resources of the Fantastic Four Foundation.
Avengers Vol. 1
Fantastic Four Vol. 1, 2 & 3
Fantastic Four: 1...2...3...4
Fantastic Four: First Family
Fantastic Four: Foes
|Fantastic Four Vol. 1 #1 (Nov. 1961)|
|Stan Lee & Jack Kirby|
The eldest of two children born to a physician and his wife Susan Storm grew up comfortably in suburban Long Island. By age 12, she had met her future husband, Reed Richards (Mr. Fantastic), then a Columbia University graduate student living in her aunt's New York City rooming house. Enamored of the shy but handsome scientist, Storm promised to keep in touch with him. When she moved to California to pursue an acting career, she contacted Richards, who was working on an experimental rocket with the U.S. Government. The two began a long-term romantic relationship, ultimately becoming engaged.
Threatened by the U.S. government with cancellation of the partial funding of Richards' project, he chose to make an immediate test flight with Air Force pilot Ben Grimm (Thing II) as the chief astronaut. Rounding out the crew of four were Richard's fiancée and her brother, Johnny (Human Torch II).
A freak cosmic-radiation storm changed the rocket's inhabitants granting them each unique powers. When the rocket crashed back to Earth, young Sue Storm was startled that she was not able to see herself, becoming an Invisible Girl.
After marrying her fellow adventurer and fiancée she would later give birth to their child Franklin (Tattletale), for whom she would retire for a time. When she returned to the Fantastic Four it would be under a title befitting her maturity, as the Invisible Woman.
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