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In November 2011, as a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Fantastic Four (as well as Marvel Comics), the 100-page special Fantastic Four #600 was published, which featured the return of the Human Torch.

It revealed the fate of the character of Johnny Storm after issue #587, showing that while he did in fact die, he was resurrected to fight as a gladiator for the entertainment of Annihilus. Storm later formed a resistance force called Light Brigade and defeated Annihilus.

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The Return of the Human Torch!! (What Happened To Him And How)
Deaths in the comic book medium have more or less been utilized to generate more sales. It is a mere marketing ploy these days; since with most of them, it seems like the ‘dead’ character seems to always come back after a year or two. Ok, there are those who actually stay ‘dead’ such as “Captain Mar-vell”, and sometimes, there are heroes who did not need resurrecting (example: Barry Allen aka.The Flash) and some deaths have been used to ‘reboot’ the …
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