sub-mariner Archives

Giant-Size Invaders #1 (Marvel, 1975)
The Multiverse was a tricky business even before it really existed.  Marvel brought its Golden Age characters back slowly after the debut of Fantastic Four #1 launched the Marvel Universe for the Silver Age.  Captain America was unfrozen, lamenting a death that had never happened for his sidekick Bucky, and eventually, Tales of Suspense borrowed[...]
Fantastic Four #14 (Marvel, 1963)
The Sub-Mariner is one of the definitive anti-heroes of the Marvel Silver Age, and the story of the Golden Age character's return to comics in the 1960s is part of the foundation of the Marvel Universe.  But when he was revived by the Human Torch in Fantastic Four #4, he quickly discovered that Atlantis had[...]
Fantastic Four #33 featuring the first appearance of Attuma (Marvel, 1964).
The story of the Sub-Mariner's return to comics in the Silver Age and is one of the cornerstones of the Marvel Universe When he was revived by the Human Torch in Fantastic Four #4, he quickly discovered that Atlantis had been destroyed by underwater atomic testing, which turned him against the human race.  The heat[...]
Fantastic Four Annual #1 (Marvel, 1963) featuring Sub-Mariner and the Atlanteans.
The story of the Sub-Mariner's return to comics in the Silver Age is one of the cornerstones of the Marvel Universe.  But when he was revived by the Human Torch in Fantastic Four #4, he quickly discovered that Atlantis had been destroyed by underwater atomic testing, which turned him against the human race.  The heat[...]
Fantastic Four #6 (Marvel, 1962)
Crossovers, major character team-ups and continuity are a near-inevitability in periodical storytelling.  It took place in dime novels and nickel weeklies, in pulps and it certainly did in Golden Age Marvel and other comics of that period.  Marvel launched its Silver Age superheroes with a new version of a Golden Age star in the Human[...]
Iron Man and Sub-Mariner #1 (Marvel, 1968)
While not the first Marvel title that only lasted one issue, Iron Man and Sub-Mariner #1 was the first time that the publisher released what we now call a one-shot on purpose "We promised to start '68 off with a bang, and we kidded thee not," began Stan Lee in that month's Bullpen Bulletins page[...]
Young Men #24 (Atlas, 1953)
Most vintage collectors are aware that Marvel's Silver Age superhero revival began with Fantastic Four #1 in 1961 — but this was not the first time since Marvel's superheroes ended in the waning days of the Golden Age that such a superhero revival had been attempted at the publisher.  There was a previous try at[...]
Fantastic Four #6 (Marvel, 1962)
Crossovers, major character team-ups and continuity are a near-inevitability in periodical storytelling.  It took place in dime novels and nickel weeklies, in pulps and it certainly did in Golden Age Marvel and other comics of that period.  Marvel launched its Silver Age superheroes with a new version of a Golden Age star in the Human[...]
Sub-Mariner #1 Up For Auction On ComicConnect Today
Sub-Mariner #1 is one of those silver age books that people tend to sleep on Marvel Comics certainly does not overuse Namor these days, as he does not seem to pop up as often as one would think Back in those days, though, Namor was all the rage He was everywhere, including this awesome book[...]
Has Marvel Started Working On A Secret Namor Film?
In June of last year, while on the Fatman on Batman podcast, Marvel's Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada told Kevin Smith that the much disputed rights to Namor: The Sub-Mariner had reverted back to Marvel He had been locked up for years at Universal and then for a while it was unclear exactly who owned[...]