The Wizard, a famous inventor and escape artist, is finding his popularity is waning. With the Human Torch's adventures making headlines, the Wizard blames the Torch for his loss in popularity and so plans to ruin the Torch's reputation. Planning a stunt which involves drilling deep into the Earth, the Wizard plans to get trapped in order to earn the Torch's trust. Being "rescued" by the Torch, the Wizard invites the Torch to his state-of-the-art home. Trapping the Torch in a room and dousing him with water.
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Can Miss Thang Save Earth?
With the Fantastic Four set to join the MCU, fans may be surprised to know that an earlier version of one of their members — The Human Torch — has already made a cameo in a Marvel movie. Jordan in previous Fantastic Four movies, but an android named Jim Hammond. When Horton discovers the android bursts into flames when exposed to oxygen, he seals it in an airtight capsule and buries the synthetic man. But the Torch escapes, develops a conscience, and soon gains control over his flames, letting him subdue criminals. Later issues of Marvel Comics eventually retitled Marvel Mystery Comics show the Torch adopting a human name, Jim Hammond, and even getting a job as a police officer.
Reed Richards and Sue Storm make a pretty good couple. So do Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy. As much as I like those pairs, Spider-Man and the Human Torch edge them out of the top place on the list of best superhero couples.