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Sub-Mariner Vol 1 19

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Sub-Mariner Vol 1 19

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Appearing in "Support Your Local Sting-Ray!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Support Your Local Sting-Ray!"Edit

Namor learns that he has lost his ability to fly and to breath underwater. Taken by surprise, he's captured by the costumed adventurer Sting-Ray and turned over to the authorities. Namor escapes, but is pursued by Sting-Ray until he's able to convince Sting-Ray that he isn't as evil as the government claims.

  • The splash page has the Sub-Mariner surrounded by beachgoers who are actually creators of the Marvel Bullpen.[1]
  • This issue is reprinted in the comics and books, see references for more info.[2]

    Solicit Synopsis:
  • The Sting-Ray! Is he Namor's ally — or a deadly new foe?


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