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How did the Fantastic Four get their powers? (video)

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 2015 -- The Thing, Human Torch, Invisible Woman and Mister Fantastic are back this summer! In the new movie reboot, the team gets its powers while in an alternate dimension. Here at Reactions, though, we stick to comic-book canon. In this week's video, we explain the original way the Fantastic Four got their power - radiation - with help from SciPop Talks. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/GbmSmgTIQ8s.

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