Appearing in "Sub-Mariner Joins the Evil Mutants!"Edit
- Various Atlanteans
- Atlantean hired by Magneto
- Sub-Mariner's undersea castle
- Unnamed freighter
- Undersea racer
- 3-masted ship
Synopsis for "Sub-Mariner Joins the Evil Mutants!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This issue is reprinted in many other comics and books, see references for more info.
- Written: With the Flair of Stan Lee
- Drawn: With the Air of Jack Kirby
- Inked: With the Care of Chic Stone
- Lettered: On a Dare by S. Rosen
- references: Fantastic Four #27, Avengers #3, and X-Men #4
- Namor is established to be a mutant. At this point in time, Namor was mainly appearing as a recurring character in the Fantastic Four series.
- Fan appeal in the "letters" section at the end of the book suggest that they would like to see Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch leave Magneto to become good, possibly joining the X-Men.
- This is the first mention of a "cook" for the X-Men, but one has yet to be revealed.
- Iceman uses his ice powers to make pie a la mode in this issue. Unfortunately, the editors ignored the need for cream when making ice cream and Bobby would have really only eaten ice.
- Magneto apparently shows telepathic powers in this issue as he sends forth a mental image as an ambassador to Prince Namor. This is the same mental power Professor X uses to look for Namor. It is even stated that Magneto's mind is second in the world to Professor X's capability.
- X-Men #1 - first appearance of Magneto
- X-Men #4 - first appearance Brotherhood of Evil Mutants
- X-Men #5 - Vs. the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants
- Fantastic Four #4 - first appearance of Modern Age Namor
- Fantastic Four #27 - Namor's most recent defeat at the hands of the Fantastic Four
- Avengers #3 - Namor and Hulk team up.
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