One of the things I have enjoyed about the Fantastic Four movies is the goofy 1960s sensibility of the adaptations. I think that most people recognize the prime-cut years of the Lee/Kirby run as the groundbreaking thing that is was. I think we forget just how unusual these things were: the non-secret identity family living in the middle of an identifiable city, and the multiple-part, intertwining galactic-scale story. I'd argue that even television programs like "Lost" and certainly "Heroes" owe at least a part of their existence to the 1960s FF as a vision of the possible.
Consequently, I have a peculiar weakness for pieces like this one, by Paulo Rivera painting, that is going to be used as a cover for an art book being released in San Diego. More info about that at eBay 110148737954, while it is still posted.
Yes... it's mine, now.