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Fantastic Four confirmed to join MCU at Comic-Con

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The big takeaways from this year’s Comic-Con was all the movies and TV shows Marvel is currently working on.

But the thing that got me the most excited is that the Fantastic Four are officially making their way in the MCU.

Kevin Feige has not reported any other details other than it’s going to happen.

After years of of sub-par versions of the Fantastic Four from Fox, I’ve begun to care a whole lot about bringing them to Marvel and getting a decent adaptation.

I’m wondering how they’ll explain where Marvel’s First Family have been this whole time.

Hopefully this will be everything fans have been waiting for.

Are you a fan of the Fantastic Four?

Are you excited for their arrival in the MCU?

Let me know!

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