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The Fantastic Four
Season 1, Episode 4 (7 Oct. 1978): “Medusa and the Inhumans”
by Stan Lee

The Fantastic Four - Season 1, Episode 4

Title: “Medusa and the Inhumans”

Medium: television series episode

Original airdate: 7 Oct. 1978

Publisher: DePatie-Freleng Enterprises Marvel Productions NBC
Written by: Stan Lee


11 characters in this story:

Character
(Click links for info about character
and his/her religious practice, affiliation, etc.)
Religious
Affiliation
Team(s)
[Notes]
Pub. #
app.
The Thing The Thing (Ben Grimm) hero
CBR Scale: S Jewish
U.S. Air Force; The Fantastic Four...  Marvel 5,017
Mr. Fantastic Mr. Fantastic (Reed Richards) hero scientist
CBR Scale: SCBR Scale: I humanist; portrayed alternatively as explicitly believing in God and as atheist
The Fantastic Four; The Avengers...  Marvel 4,661
Invisible Woman Invisible Girl (Susan Storm Richards) hero
CBR Scale: S Episcopalian
The Fantastic Four; The Avengers...  Marvel 4,069
Medusa Medusa (Medusalith Boltagon) hero
CBR Scale: R Inhuman religion
Inhumans; Inhuman...  Marvel 416
H.E.R.B.I.E. H.E.R.B.I.E. hero
CBR Scale: I N.A.
Fantastic Five (ally) Marvel 102
Crystal Crystal (Crystalia Amaquelin Maximoff) hero
CBR Scale: S Inhuman religion
Inhumans; Inhuman...  Marvel 531
Gorgon Gorgon hero
CBR Scale: M Inhuman religion
Inhumans; Inhuman...  Marvel 317
Karnak Karnak hero clergy/religious leader
CBR Scale: M Inhuman religion (priest)
Inhumans; Inhuman...  Marvel 299
Inhumans Inhumans
(details) 
supporting character group
CBR Scale: M Inhuman religion
[hidden race] Marvel 467
The Fantastic Four The Fantastic Four hero group
  [1st app: The Fantastic Four (vol. 1) #1 (Nov. 1961)] Marvel 100
Black Bolt Black Bolt (Blackagar Boltagon)
(cameo) 
hero
CBR Scale: M Inhuman religion
Inhumans; Inhuman...  Marvel 505