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4 - Fantastic Four
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Fantastic Four 544 (2007) (Blastaar-DCP).cbr
3 - Beyond!
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2 - Marvel Team-Up
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1 - Gravity
Marvel Holiday Special 2005.cbr
Gravity 05 (of 5) (2005) (Red & Blue-DCP).cbr
Gravity 04 (2005) (darkelfling-DCP).cbr
Gravity 03 (of 05) (2005) (Shazam-DCP).cbr
Gravity 02 (of 05) (2005) (Legacy-DCP).cbz
Gravity 01 (of 05) (2005) (Legacy-DCP).cbr
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Gravity is a fictional superhero published by Marvel Comics. He first appeared in Gravity #1 (June 2005), and was created by Sean McKeever and Mike Norton.
Gravity first appeared in Gravity: Big-City Super Hero, part of the Marvel Next imprint. Greg Willis was born and grew up in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. During the summer after his high school graduation, an as-of-yet unexplained accident granted him the ability to manipulate gravity.
He enrolled in New York University for his freshman year, intent on succeeding both academically and as the fledgling superhero Gravity. During his first day in New York City, Gravity fights with a villian named Black Death, a homicidal anarchist made of strange, black energy, and the hero Rage. Unfortunately, Gravity thinks Rage is the villain, and in the ensuing confusion Black Death gets away. The rest of the miniseries deals with Greg learning to be a hero.
Gravity is next seen being teleported to a strange world where he meets Spider-Man, Henry Pym, Wasp, Venom, Kraven, Firebird, and The Hood. During the battle to survive the hostile world, he meets Deathlok along with the others and come to the realisation that someone has seemingly brought them together to evaluate them and see who wins in a battle amongst themselves.
Gravity then features in an arc of Robert Kirkman\'s Marvel Team-Up (vol. 3), featuring a group of C-list heroes dubbed \"The League of Losers\". A group of heroes including Gravity, Darkhawk, Dagger, Arana, X-23, Sleepwalker, and Terror go to the future to prevent the villain Chronok from stealing Reed Richards\' time machine, Chronok having come to the present and already having killed all of Marvel\'s major heroes.
Finally, when the Fantastic Four are contacted by Michael Collins about Gravity\'s body being missing from his grave, the new post-Civil War Fantastic Four consisting of the Human Torch, Thing, Black Panther and Storm, undergo their first mission to recover his remains.
Torrent includes: Gravity 1-5; Marvel Team-Up v3 15-18, 25; Beyond! 1-6; Fantastic Four 544-546 (with the one out of continuity page from Black Panther 27); Marvel Holiday Special 2005; and Gravity\'s entry from the Official Handbook of the Marvel universe.