History ComicBook / SubMariner

22nd Aug '17 7:56:28 AM SeptimusHeap
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In the [[TheNineties 1990s]], Sub-Mariner again had his own comic book series by writer/artist JohnByrne, who reinvented Namor as a shrewd businessman after establishing that his rages were caused by an imbalance of oxygen in his blood that could be treated. Namor bought a surface company called Oracle using treasures rescued from the sea. This series lasted for 62 issues (April, 1990-May, 1995). Since then the character mostly appears in team books and the occasional mini-series.

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In the [[TheNineties 1990s]], Sub-Mariner again had his own comic book series by writer/artist JohnByrne, Creator/JohnByrne, who reinvented Namor as a shrewd businessman after establishing that his rages were caused by an imbalance of oxygen in his blood that could be treated. Namor bought a surface company called Oracle using treasures rescued from the sea. This series lasted for 62 issues (April, 1990-May, 1995). Since then the character mostly appears in team books and the occasional mini-series.
12th Jun '17 11:15:51 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* TheDreaded: In ''Sub-Mariner: The Depths'', Namor is considered to be ''the'' most terrifying thing in the ocean, was blamed for the sinking of the Titanic, and apparently kills anyone searching for Atlantis. And he will [[http://michaelmay.us/08blog/11/1112_smdepths2window.jpg track you]], then [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-PYFBUreT9wk/TaZ6wy8elsI/AAAAAAAABHs/Yc3ihqzJMAo/s1600/depths3death11.jpg murder your crew]]. He kills [[spoiler: two submarine crews and the crew of an entire research station]]. However, [[spoiler: he ultimately spares Dr. Steinman, so Steinman can debunk the myth of Atlantis for the public and allow Namor and his people to live in peace]].
* ThematicRoguesGallery: Most of Namor's enemies are related to the ocean in some form or another.



* TheDreaded: In ''Sub-Mariner: The Depths'', Namor is considered to be ''the'' most terrifying thing in the ocean, was blamed for the sinking of the Titanic, and apparently kills anyone searching for Atlantis. And he will [[http://michaelmay.us/08blog/11/1112_smdepths2window.jpg track you]], then [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-PYFBUreT9wk/TaZ6wy8elsI/AAAAAAAABHs/Yc3ihqzJMAo/s1600/depths3death11.jpg murder your crew]]. He kills [[spoiler: two submarine crews and the crew of an entire research station]]. However, [[spoiler: he ultimately spares Dr. Steinman, so Steinman can debunk the myth of Atlantis for the public and allow Namor and his people to live in peace]].
* ThematicRoguesGallery: Most of Namor's enemies are related to the ocean in some form or another.
12th Jun '17 11:15:29 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* TheDreaded: In ''Sub-Mariner: The Depths'', Namor is considered to be ''the'' most terrifying thing in the ocean, was blamed for the sinking of the Titanic, and apparently kills anyone searching for Atlantis. And he will [[http://michaelmay.us/08blog/11/1112_smdepths2window.jpg track you]], then [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-PYFBUreT9wk/TaZ6wy8elsI/AAAAAAAABHs/Yc3ihqzJMAo/s1600/depths3death11.jpg murder your crew.]]

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* TheDreaded: In ''Sub-Mariner: The Depths'', Namor is considered to be ''the'' most terrifying thing in the ocean, was blamed for the sinking of the Titanic, and apparently kills anyone searching for Atlantis. And he will [[http://michaelmay.us/08blog/11/1112_smdepths2window.jpg track you]], then [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-PYFBUreT9wk/TaZ6wy8elsI/AAAAAAAABHs/Yc3ihqzJMAo/s1600/depths3death11.jpg murder your crew.]]crew]]. He kills [[spoiler: two submarine crews and the crew of an entire research station]]. However, [[spoiler: he ultimately spares Dr. Steinman, so Steinman can debunk the myth of Atlantis for the public and allow Namor and his people to live in peace]].
10th Jun '17 2:46:14 PM nombretomado
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** When he first met the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk, shortly after Hulk's falling out with the original [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]], they fought to a draw and then decided to team up against all humanity for a minute. Though they've both obviously stepped back from that goal, they've remained loyal friends ever since. (Namor was the only one to object to the Illuminati's plan to send Hulk into space. And warned them that it was [[WhatAnIdiot an incredibly stupid idea]] that would [[WorldWarHulk inevitably backfire]].)

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** When he first met the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk, shortly after Hulk's falling out with the original [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]], they fought to a draw and then decided to team up against all humanity for a minute. Though they've both obviously stepped back from that goal, they've remained loyal friends ever since. (Namor was the only one to object to the Illuminati's plan to send Hulk into space. And warned them that it was [[WhatAnIdiot an incredibly stupid idea]] that would [[WorldWarHulk [[ComicBook/WorldWarHulk inevitably backfire]].)
6th Mar '17 10:12:07 AM Eldritcho
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Namor appeared in a Comicbook/MarvelKnights miniseries; ''Submariner: The Depths''. In the 1950's, he terrorizes a rescue team looking for a lost group of explorers. Said explorers had been looking for Atlantis. [[NightmareFuel Until they found Namor.]]

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Namor appeared in a Comicbook/MarvelKnights Marvel Knights miniseries; ''Submariner: The Depths''. In the 1950's, he terrorizes a rescue team looking for a lost group of explorers. Said explorers had been looking for Atlantis. [[NightmareFuel Until they found Namor.]]
6th Mar '17 10:11:50 AM Eldritcho
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In ''Sub-Mariner: The Depths'', he terrorizes a rescue team looking for a lost group of explorers. Said explorers had been looking for Atlantis. [[NightmareFuel Until they found Namor.]]

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In ''Sub-Mariner: Namor appeared in a Comicbook/MarvelKnights miniseries; ''Submariner: The Depths'', Depths''. In the 1950's, he terrorizes a rescue team looking for a lost group of explorers. Said explorers had been looking for Atlantis. [[NightmareFuel Until they found Namor.]]
6th Mar '17 10:05:08 AM Eldritcho
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5th Mar '17 10:53:42 AM nombretomado
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Namor first appeared in Martin Goodman's ''Marvel Comics'' #1 (October, 1939), the very first publication of [[MarvelComics Timely Comics]], in an expanded and colourised version of a strip written for the never-published ''Motion Picture Funnies'' #1. He quickly became one of the most popular characters in Timely's stable.

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Namor first appeared in Martin Goodman's ''Marvel Comics'' #1 (October, 1939), the very first publication of [[MarvelComics [[Creator/MarvelComics Timely Comics]], in an expanded and colourised version of a strip written for the never-published ''Motion Picture Funnies'' #1. He quickly became one of the most popular characters in Timely's stable.
9th Dec '16 10:19:42 AM Slothgirl
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* {{Stripperiffic}}: Is most well known [[WalkingShirtlessScene for wearing basically a green speedo and not much else]]. In '''', he ComicBook/{{Marvels}}wears ''[[FullFrontalAssault nothing]]''. [[EvenTheGuysWantHim He has the body to get away with it.]]

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* {{Stripperiffic}}: Is most well known [[WalkingShirtlessScene for wearing basically a green speedo and not much else]]. In '''', he ComicBook/{{Marvels}}wears ''ComicBook/{{Marvels}}'', he wears ''[[FullFrontalAssault nothing]]''. [[EvenTheGuysWantHim He has the body to get away with it.]]
8th Dec '16 1:26:35 AM Xtifr
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'''Prince Namor the Sub-Mariner''' is a Creator/MarvelComics character. He's an aquatic, [[FlyingBrick superstrong]] AntiHero who rules the Franchise/MarvelUniverse's version of {{Atlantis}}. He should not be confused with a "submariner" which is a person who crews submarines. (Though he has fought some of those!)

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'''Prince Prince Namor the Sub-Mariner''' Sub-Mariner is a Creator/MarvelComics character. He's an aquatic, [[FlyingBrick superstrong]] AntiHero who rules the Franchise/MarvelUniverse's version of {{Atlantis}}. He should not be confused with a "submariner" which is a person who crews submarines. (Though he has fought some of those!)
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