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'''{{C|Ivan Vanko|imaa}}''' is from {{imaa}} in the episode {{eps|Iron Man vs. the Crimson Dynamo}}. He was voiced by [[Mark Oliver]]. This was the first version of the character outside the [[Marvel Comics|comics]], chosen because he was going to appear in the then-upcoming film ''Iron Man 2''.
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'''{{eps|To Battle the Living Planet}}''' is the [[Fantastic Four Season Two|nineteenth episode]] of {{ff}}. It originally aired on November 4, 1995. The episode was directed by [[Ernesto Lopez]] and written by [[Steve Granat]], [[Cydne Clark]], and [[Jay Strnad]]. It is the first of three appearances of [[John Rhys-Davies]] as [[Thor]], followed by {{eps|When Calls Galactus}} and {{ih}}'s {{eps|Mortal Bounds}}. The episode features a total of sixteen different [[superhero]]es.
   
Ivan was a Russian cosmonaut who worked for Project: Pegasus. He had a wife named Isabella and a son named Mikhial. He was chosen to test out the {{C|Crimson Dynamo Armor|imaa|Crimson Dynamo armor}}, an experimental armor designed to study the sun closer than otherwise possible. He joined Anton Harkov on Prometheus One and journeyed to the sun. The armor performed well but a solar flare engulfed the armor and destroyed the station. Anton escaped in the shuttle but was forced to leave Ivan in the armor behind to die or else run out of fuel. It took two years, but Ivan eventually returned to Earth and swore vengeance on Anton.
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The [[Fantastic Four]] are celebrating their new home in the Four Freedoms Plaza when natural disasters begin to occur all across the globe including an earthquake in [[New York City]]. They go out to help protect citizens and are joined by the [[Avengers]] including [[Iron Man]], [[Captain America]], [[She-Hulk]], [[Hercules]], [[Wasp]], and [[Vision]]. They suddenly see the sky on fire. [[Mister Fantastic]] realizes it is caused by something entering [[Earth]]'s atmosphere, which turns out to be [[Mjolnir]].
   
Crimson Dynamo landed in New York City and began rampaging down an unfinished freeway towards Anton. He encountered the newly revealed armored hero {{C|Iron Man|imaa}}, whose best efforts were no match for Ivan's suit. Ivan eventually ignited a fuel truck forcing the hero to head into space to cool off. Ivan continued to the gates of Project: Pegasus where Anton and Iron Man were waiting for him. He defeated the hero again and found the sniveling Anton begging for his life. He was about to kill his former colleague when his wife and son entered, who had been brought by {{C|Rescue|imaa|Pepper Potts}}. Upon seeing his family Ivan stopped his rampage and left the suit to go to the hospital. The Crimson Dynamo armor was taken away, where it would be stored until it was used by {{C|Iron Monger|imaa|Obadiah Stane}}'s bodyguard.
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Mjolnir enters Reed's lab and he deduces it is a summons by Thor. They follow the hammer into space and find Thor knocked out. They rescue the [[Asgard]]ian while [[Thing]] becomes jealous. The four then find what defeated Thor, [[Ego]] the living planet. They crash on his surface and are overwhelmed by the planet's power. Thor wakes and saves them. Thor explains how he sensed Ego and tried to stop him but was defeated. They try to reason with the villain but he will not listen. They then decide to destroy the rocket that propels Ego but find it indestructible.
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The five realize that the rocket belongs to [[Galactus]], and that the planet eater may be the only one who can stop Ego. Mister Fantastic and Thor travel find Galactus and his new [[Herald of Galactus|Herald]] [[Terrax]]. Galactus explains that Ego's power rivaled his own so he built the rockets to send the planet away. Galactus agrees to help on the condition that their bargain be revoked so he could possibly consume Earth once more. Thing, [[Invisible Woman]], and [[Human Torch]] enter Ego's core to destroy him from the inside. Galactus confronts Ego while Thor uses Mjolnir to greatly increase the planet eater's power. Ego is eventually destroyed but Thing is trapped inside. Thor rescues him and the two make peace. Galactus leaves promising that he will eventually return to Earth.
   
   
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Ego Defeats Thor

"To Battle the Living Planet" is the nineteenth episode of Fantastic Four. It originally aired on November 4, 1995. The episode was directed by Ernesto Lopez and written by Steve Granat, Cydne Clark, and Jay Strnad. It is the first of three appearances of John Rhys-Davies as Thor, followed by "When Calls Galactus" and The Incredible Hulk's "Mortal Bounds". The episode features a total of sixteen different superheroes.

The Fantastic Four are celebrating their new home in the Four Freedoms Plaza when natural disasters begin to occur all across the globe including an earthquake in New York City. They go out to help protect citizens and are joined by the Avengers including Iron Man, Captain America, She-Hulk, Hercules, Wasp, and Vision. They suddenly see the sky on fire. Mister Fantastic realizes it is caused by something entering Earth's atmosphere, which turns out to be Mjolnir.

Mjolnir enters Reed's lab and he deduces it is a summons by Thor. They follow the hammer into space and find Thor knocked out. They rescue the Asgardian while Thing becomes jealous. The four then find what defeated Thor, Ego the living planet. They crash on his surface and are overwhelmed by the planet's power. Thor wakes and saves them. Thor explains how he sensed Ego and tried to stop him but was defeated. They try to reason with the villain but he will not listen. They then decide to destroy the rocket that propels Ego but find it indestructible.

The five realize that the rocket belongs to Galactus, and that the planet eater may be the only one who can stop Ego. Mister Fantastic and Thor travel find Galactus and his new Herald Terrax. Galactus explains that Ego's power rivaled his own so he built the rockets to send the planet away. Galactus agrees to help on the condition that their bargain be revoked so he could possibly consume Earth once more. Thing, Invisible Woman, and Human Torch enter Ego's core to destroy him from the inside. Galactus confronts Ego while Thor uses Mjolnir to greatly increase the planet eater's power. Ego is eventually destroyed but Thing is trapped inside. Thor rescues him and the two make peace. Galactus leaves promising that he will eventually return to Earth.


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