List of Marvel Comics Characters: I - Invisible Woman

The Invisible Woman (Sue Storm) is a member of the Fantastic Four in the Marvel Comics universe. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in The Fantastic Four #1 (November 1961). Within the context of the stories, Sue and the rest of the Fantastic Four gain superpowers after being exposed to a cosmic storm. Together, they have starred in over five decades' worth of comic series.

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