- Human Torch (disambiguation)
There have been two
superheroes called the Human Torch in the fictional pantheon of Marvel Comicsand its predecessors, Timely Comicsand Atlas Comics.
Human Torchis a member of the Fantastic Fourand appeared in a movie by that name.
*Original Human Torch is an
androidsuperhero from the Golden Age of Comics, who has appeared in some comics set in the present-day, including a brief membership in the Avengers.
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