An artificial cosmic rays exposure results in the team switching powers.
Johnny gets invisibility, Sue gets flaming powers, Reed becomes the Thing and Ben gets stretching powers.
The outcome is actually quite amusing, especially for Sue and Johnny. With amazing depictions, the characters forget they don't have their original powers, as Johnny leaps out of the fantasticar, intending to flame on and instead plummets.
Sue likewise tries to make a forcefield and . . . . doesn't.
Reed inexplicably keeps insisting Johnny and Sue can change their powers back, never including Ben and himself.
Finally, we learn Reed intends on remaining the Thing, so Ben can be human. This is concern and family antics, not the childish immaturity we are handed today as being a dysfunctional family.
Likewise Ben makes his decision for his friend, Reed.
As for the appearance of Doctor Doom, the team never really encounters them, but he is aware of their presence, much to his chagrin.
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