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Sub-Mariner Vol 1 51

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Sub-Mariner Vol 1 51

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Appearing in "Armageddon -- At Fifty Fathoms Full!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Armageddon -- At Fifty Fathoms Full!"Edit

Prince Byrrah catches up with Namor and Namorita and attacks them. Before Namor can lay his hands on Byrrah, Byrrah is whisked away by the Brother Royale of the Badoon. The Brother Royale is using Byrrah as his pawn to gain control of the south polar oil reserves. He sends Byrrah back into the battle followed by his Badoon soldiers. Realizing he's been betrayed, Byrrah helps Namor and Namorita drive back the Badoon and destroy the oil reserves. A defeated Byrrah is allowed to go on his way.

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  • The return of Prince Byrrah, pretender to the throne of Atlantis! Plus, the baneful Badoon!


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