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    Appearing in "The Radium Robbery"Edit

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    Appearing in "Namor: His Boyhood"Edit

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Text story about Namors childhood.

Appearing in "The House of Horror"Edit

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  • Tex Carvil

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  • In "Deep-Sea Blitzkrieg!", neither the Atlanteans, Emperor Thakorr, nor Adolf Hitler are addressed by name. Also in this story, it is stated that Thakorr is slain in the battle. Other than a flashback story in Sub-Mariner Comics #32 he did not appear in another tale during the 1940s. However the character reappeared in the 1950s. It was later retconned in Saga of the Sub-Mariner #5 that Thakorr was seriously injured, not killed, and Namor's rise to the throne was only temporary. That same issue states that following the conclusion of World War II, Thakorr came out of his coma and reclaimed the throne, exiling Namor to the surface as he was furious of his grandson assisting the surface dwellers. This would explain later Sub-Mariner stories that were utterly devoid of appearances of other Atlanteans (other than Namora) from 1945 until the 1950s.


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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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