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The Thing and The Human Torch are accounted for: What about Reed and Sue?

We've known for a while now that Marvel is no longer running a Fantastic Four comic. Whether it's because of their ongoing franchise struggles with Fox, or just because sales aren't stellar, it seems like a solid business move. However, Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm both seem to have found teams to join up with in Marvel's All-New All-Different universe reboot. Ben has been seen with the Guardians of the Galaxy, and Johnny is featured in Uncanny Inhumans.

But where are Reed and Sue?

Do you think they're not going to survive the current story arc? Is Marvel saving them for something further down the line? Are they going to try to incorporate them in another story and swipe them back from Fox like they did with Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch?
@JeanPaulGaleano @DigitalJediX @buddyesd @loftonc16 @smnthcarter773 @caitlind9898 @Chronosphere @tardisdragon7 @DonovanMoore @najalong1998 do you think they're on a break, or is this going to be a permanent change?
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I was wondering that my self. would love to see more of them if allowed.
2 years ago·Reply
@loftonc16 @DigitalJediX @smnthcarter773 yeah I'm also hoping it's a break. Since it's most likely tied to Doom, maybe their return will be as well?
2 years ago·Reply
It's kind of frustrating the way we yet to see any couple super heroes where their story is told and with recent avengers mess I'm not sure if we ever get to see this anytime soon...
2 years ago·Reply
@Chronosphere I definitely see what you mean. It doesn't feel like the characters are ever depicted as equals. We came almost-sort-of close with the end of Iron Man 3, but it doesn't sound like Pepper is going to keep her powers at all. She and Tony could have made a great duo, and it doesn't seem like they ever intended to take it in that direction
2 years ago·Reply
I'm more interested in seeing what they're gonna do with their kid. he could have a great stroyline.
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