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    Appearing in "The Lost Land!"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Sea Wolf"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Drink of Death!"Edit

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NotesEdit

  • The story "The Man Who Grew" refers to Doctor Dill as Namor's "Arch Nemesis", this is referenced by the narrative, Dill himself, and the Sub-Mariner. However this is the only appearance of the Doctor Dill to date, how he managed to obtain such a distinctive title is unknown.
  • The story "The Lost Land!" completely refutes the Great Cataclysm which is historically known as the cause for the sinking of Atlantis. The story recounted by Namor here is likely only an Atlantean myth.
  • This is the first story in which Namor's home is actually referred to as Atlantis.
  • Although the narrative of the Captain America story refers to him as Steve Rogers, as per the retcon of What If? #4 this appearance is attributed to Jeff Mace.
  • Lem Snipe states that he was a Nazi spy who was captured by Captain America during the World War II. That said, as per the above mentioned retcon, this means that he was captured in 1940, during the period that Steve Rogers was active as Captain America. Which creates an inconsistency given the retcon, as Jeff Mace would not have captured Snipe. One could assume that his recognition comes from his access to government files during his tenure as Captain America in the late 40s.


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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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