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in: Comics, 1992, 1992, December Modern-Age, Namor the Sub-Mariner Vol 1, Tom DeFalco/Editor-in-Chief, Jae Lee/Cover Artist, Bob Harras/Writer, Jae Lee/Penciler, Jae Lee/Inker, Glynis Oliver-Wein/Colourist, Ul Higgins/Letterer, Terry Kavanagh/Editor, Namor McKenzie (Earth-616)/Appearances, Namorita Prentiss (Earth-616)/Appearances, Daniel Rand (Earth-616)/Appearances, Daughters of the Dragon (Earth-616)/Appearances, Mercedes Knight (Earth-616)/Appearances, Colleen Wing (Earth-616)/Appearances, Victor von Doom (Earth-616)/Appearances, Master Khan (Earth-616)/Appearances, Faceless Ones/Appearances, Artys-Gran (Earth-616)/Appearances, Seth (Atlantean) (Earth-616)/Appearances, Tamara Rahn (Earth-616)/Appearances, Atlantic Ocean/Appearances, Atlantis (Nation)/Appearances, New York City/Appearances, Manhattan/Appearances, Doctor Doom's Armor/Appearances

Namor the Sub-Mariner Vol 1 33


Namor the Sub-Mariner Vol 1 33

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Appearing in "Time In A Bottle"Edit

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Synopsis for "Time In A Bottle"Edit

Master Khan has taken control of the Oracle Company. And at a meeting at the Oracle building, Khan tells how he is dismantling the company. After the meeting, Namor, Dr. Doom, Iron Fist, Misty Knight, and Collen Wing escape their entrapment from Master Khan's prison. At Doom's urging, Namor punches through the seemingly glass barrier. When Namor shatters the barrier, Oracle floods from the water from their previous "Ship in a Bottle" prison. A wooden ship also impales through the walls of the Oracle skyscraper.

Around Atlantis' border, Warlord Seth is seen in a confused state. An Atlantean farmer takes him to Lord Vashti.

In New York City, after a brief struggle, Namor grabs Khan and rips his head from his body. Through his severed head, Khan tells him that more peril awaits the Sea Prince. Back in Atlantis, Tamara Rahn has returned...

  • Master Khan is repeatedly referred to as "Kahn" this issue.
  • This issue features a letters page, Alternating Currents. Letters are published from Ryan Vogelgesand, Shane Hutchison, Chris Connellym Mark Lucas, Marson Fedrick, and Augie DeBlieck, Jr..

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