Fantastic Four

Season 1 Episode 14

Revenge of the Skrulls

Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Aug 11, 2007 on Cartoon Network
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Revenge of the Skrulls
The Four have a contest called "Fantastic Fifth for a Day." But when the Skrulls return with the Super Skrull, it may be up to nerdy teen Rupert, the Fantastic Fifth, to save the day.

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  • Skrull comes to battle the group, equipped with all of their powers.

    This episode was okay. The worst thing was the constant presence of the annoying teen Rupert, who is ugly to look at, and hogs the screen half the time. The characters are annoyed by him, but he annoys the audience as well, and he isn't a fun character to watch. The best parts of this episode involve the fight with the super skrull. He is equiped with Johny's flame powers, Reed's stretching, the Things fists, and Sues invisibility. This allows us to see some very interesting power combinations, such as the Things fist stretching, and stretching while on fire. Watching the 4 fight the skrull makes up the best of this episode.moreless
Brian Dobson

Brian Dobson

Benjamin Grimm/The Thing

Christopher Jacot

Christopher Jacot

Johnny Storm/Human Torch

Hiro Kanagawa

Hiro Kanagawa

Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic

Lara Gilchrist

Lara Gilchrist

Susan Storm/Invisible Woman

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (4)

  • NOTES (3)

    • This episode along with "Trial by Fire," "My Neighbor Was a Skrull" and "Impossible" was released on the DVD Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes Volume 2.

    • This episode premiered in Canada on YTV on March 23, 2007.

    • Super Skrull
      The Super-Skrull first appeared in Fantastic Four #18 (September 1963). Also known as Kl'rt, the Super Skrull has been engineered to possess the abilities of all four members of the Fantastic Four in addition to his natural Skrull shape shifting ability. Kl'rt was chosen by his people to receive these augmentations due to his natural abilities as a warrior.


    • One of the "Fantastic Fifth for a Day" contestants has obviously modeled himself after the X-Men's Wolverine, right down to the hairstyle, and the spoon and fork taped to his hand.