- Namor's first cover appearance: Marvel Mystery Comics #4 (Feb. 1940). Art by Alex Schomburg. In his first appearances Namor was an enemy of the United States.
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Nov 16, 2022 · Namor actually first appeared in Marvel Comics #1, which was going to be REPRINTED in Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1. STATUS: I'm Going With False As promised in a recent Comic Book Legends Revealed, let's finally delve into the quagmire of the great "Did Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1 REALLY come out before Marvel Comics #1?"
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Jul 15, 2022 · There are few characters in Marvel Comics with a history quite like Namor’s. Following his first appearance in Bill Everett's MARVEL COMICS (1939) #1, Namor often toed the line between being a hero and villain, leading him to become one of Marvel’s earliest examples of an antihero. Here’s a brief breakdown of Namor’s history in the Marvel Universe.
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Namor's first cover appearance: Marvel Mystery Comics #4 (Feb. 1940). Art by Alex Schomburg. In his first appearances Namor was an enemy of the United States. Comics historian Les Daniels noted that "Namor was a freak in the service of chaos.
Namor's first ongoing, public dynamic with others among the human heroes was when he joined the "non-team" the Defenders, with their loose, informal structure working well with Namor's temperament at the time. Namor would move to a much more official group with the Avengers after losing his Atlantean throne to Attuma.
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Nov 15, 2022 · Namor first appeared in Marvel Comics #1, published in August 1939. His creator was legendary writer/artist Bill Everett, who would later co-create Daredevil with Stan Lee nearly 25 years...