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in: Comics, 1973, 1973, May Bronze-Age, Sub-Mariner Vol 1, Roy Thomas/Editor-in-Chief, William Blake Everett/Cover Artist, William Blake Everett/Writer, Steve Gerber/Writer, William Blake Everett/Penciler, Winslow Mortimer/Penciler, William Blake Everett/Inker, Jim Mooney/Inker, Stan Goldberg/Colourist, Charlotte Jetter/Letterer, Roy Thomas/Editor, Namor McKenzie (Earth-616)/Appearances, Namorita Prentiss (Earth-616)/Appearances, Betty Dean (Earth-616)/Appearances, Tamara Rahn (Earth-616)/Appearances, Vashti Cleito-Son (Earth-616)/Appearances, Hydro-Men (Earth-616)/Appearances, Herman Frayne (Earth-616)/Appearances, Gremlin (Hydro-Men) (Earth-616)/Appearances, Lazard (Hydro-Men) (Earth-616)/Appearances, Atlantic Ocean/Appearances, Atlantis (Modern)/Appearances, Hydrobase/Appearances, New York City/Appearances, John F. Kennedy International Airport/Appearances

Sub-Mariner Vol 1 61

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Sub-Mariner Vol 1 61

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Synopsis for "The Prince and the Pirate!"Edit

Atlantis celebrates the return of its prince. Namor decides it's time Namorita returns to her undersea realm, but discovers that the plane she was on has been taken hostage. He follows the trail to the Hydrobase where he's attacked by Dr. Hydro and his amphibian men. Dr. Hydro defeats Namor and gloats over him as his invasion force is set to take over Atlantis.

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