Fantastic Four

Season 1 Episode 22

Shell Games

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Unknown on Cartoon Network
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Shell Games
After several attacks from Iron Man suits, the Fantastic Four track down Tony Stark. It turns out Doom was behind the attacks, and now the Four have to face both Iron Doom and Iron Man under Doom's control.

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    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

    David Kaye

    David Kaye

    Tony Stark/ Iron Man

    Guest Star

    Sam Vincent

    Sam Vincent

    H..E.R.B.I.E.

    Recurring Role

    Paul Dobson

    Paul Dobson

    Dr. Doom

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The Iron Man armor suits that attack the FF include:
        *The original gray model
        *The War Machine armor
        *The Hulkbuster armor
        *The Silver Centurion armor
        *The Stealth armor
        *The Space armor
        *The Arctic armor

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Ben: Yeah, come on. We don't get attacked that much.
        Susan: Ben, the building has been shot into space, pulled underground, invaded by Doombots, attacked by a giant monster, turned into a bomb and infested with bugs from another dimension.
        Ben: Yeah, but I think most of that was Johnny's fault.

      • Ben: Nothing like falling 30 stories to start your day.

      • Tony Stark: Please, come right in. Though, you know, this is a very high-tech building. We have things called doors.

      • Ben: You know, you're pretty calm for someone who almost got deep-fried. It's just another day at the office for you?
        Tony Stark: You'd be surprised.

      • Iron Man: I told you to leave this to me.
        Johnny: Easy, Iron Chef, I'm sure you've totally got this covered. Oh, except for that guy shooting at you. And that guy.
        Ben: Yeah, Shellhead. You're doing so good getting blasted I think up there, maybe I'll just take a little nap.

      • Dr. Doom: Do you really think the two of you have a chance against my terrible power?
        Ben: Oh, your terrible power!
        Johnny: And all this time, we thought we were fighting your terrible smell.

      • Dr. Doom: You would be wise to stay down, monster.
        Ben: No one ever accused me of being wise.

      • Dr. Doom: I offered you a chance for survival.
        Iron Man: Sorry, Doom, I'm a little more ambitious than that.

      • Dr. Doom: You have made yourself a deadly enemy today, Iron Man. We shall meet again.
        Iron Man: But I don't want a deadly enemy.
        Ben: Yeah, you get used to it.

      • Reed: Let's call it even. After all, there are so few of us.
        Tony Stark: What? Rich, handsome geniuses?
        Reed: I actually meant superheroes, but that works, too.

    • NOTES (3)

      • This episode along with "Annihilation," "Doomsday Plus One," and "Out of Time" was released on the DVD Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes Volume 3.

      • David Kaye reprises the role of Iron Man from the videogame Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects.

      • Iron Man
        Iron Man first appeared in Tales of Suspense #39 (March 1963). Tony Stark was an millionaire arms manufacturer who was captured by the Vietnamese and worked with physicist Yin Sen to build a suit of armor to make his escape. Stark has improved the armor over the years, and its features include armored protection, repulsor rays, flight boots, a chest-mounted uni-beam, and a variety of different gadgets and weapons. He was created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Don Heck, and Larry Lieber.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Ben: Don't change the subject, Richie Rich.
        This is a reference to the Harvey Comics character of the same name, also known as The Poor Little Rich Boy.

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