Welcome to the Atlantis Disambiguation project!

This page is to be used in the help of the disambiguation of Atlantis.

Over the next few weeks, the page Atlantis will become a disambiguation page. As it currently stands, the page includes (essentially) every instance of "Atlantis" in all of Marvel. This does not do service to the fact that there have been several locations that bore the name of Atlantis.

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Many Atlantises

This is the proposed breakdown for the disambiguation:

Atlantis Disambiguation

Period BeginningPeriod EndingLocation Status
-End of Hyborian EraAtlantis (Empire)Not yet done
"8,000 years ag0"Late 1800sAtlantis (Kamuu)Not yet done
Late 1800s1920sTha-KorrDone (except for flashbacks and reprints)
1920s1930sAtlantis (Pacific)Done (except for flashbacks and reprints)
(really only Namor Vol 1)
1930s1958/9Tha-KorrDone (except for flashbacks and reprints)
1960
Tales to Astonish #98
"...To Destroy the Realm Eternal!"
(December, 1967)
Atlantis (Byrrah)Not yet done
First: Fantastic Four Annual Vol 1 1
Sub-Mariner #7
"For President -- the Man Called Destiny!"
(November, 1968)
Ongoing and recurring.


Atlantis (Modern)
(Atlantis most commonly depicted.)
Not yet done

Fantastic Four Vol 2 #2{{Marvel Database:Comic Template title and date| Image = Fantastic Four Vol 2 2.jpg | Month = 12 | Year = 1996 | Event = Heroes Reborn

| Editor-in-Chief = Bob Harras | CoverArtist1 = Jim Lee | CoverArtist2 = Scott Williams

| Quotation = | Speaker =

| StoryTitle1 = Repercussions | Synopsis1 = Continued from last issue...

The Fantastic Four have come face-to-face with the underground ruler known as the Mole Man who vows to destroy the intruders on his land. The Human Torch brazenly attacks the Mole Man and finds himself soundly defeated. Reed realizes that the Mole Man is light sensitive and has the Thing pull a crystal out of the ground and has the Invisible Woman break open a shaft to the surface to let light in. With Johnny pulling off the Mole Man's protective goggles the reflect light through the crystal blinding the Mole Man and all of his minions, allowing them to escape with the near-critical quantum core. On the surface Ben uses his strength to close the entrance to the Mole Man's underground lair and Reed stabilizes the quantum core. Before they can figure out what to do next they are suddenly knocked out by a bright flash of light.

While deep below in the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, the kingdom has been struck with a strange plague that has been striking their people dead. Believing it is the "black water" (oil) spilled into their domain by the surface dwellers, Warlord Krang convinces Namor to go to war against the surface when yet another of Namor's people succumbs to the plague.

Reed Richards and his crew awaken to find themselves captives of SHIELD, while they don't know this they attempt to escape by smashing a hole out of the side of the helicarrier and fall nearly to their deaths. They are rescued by a SHIELD flight team and brought before Nick Fury for questioning. Reed explains to Fury that they were part of the Excelsior crew and they tried to stop his agent Wyatt Wingfoot from destroying the space anomaly and their failure resulted int their current condition. Before Reed can explain things further, SHIELD is alerted of Namor's attack on New York City. When Fury refuses to give them anymore information about Wingfoot's operation he does tell him that he didn't authorize the take over. With the threat of Namor looming, Fury agrees to let Reed and his companions help.

Given SHIELD uniforms made out of unstable molecules, the group decides to act separate from SHIELD and removes the SHIELD logos from the uniforms and replaces them with the number "4" after the name Reed came up with them: The Fantastic Four. The engage Namor in a full frontal assault, with the Thing attacking first. Namor easily bests Ben in underwater battle and upon realizing that he has to deal with super-humans uses the trumpet horn of Atlantis to summon his greatest weapon: Giganto, a gigantic whale monster from the oceans deep.

This story is continued next issue...

| Writer1_1 = Jim Lee | Writer1_2 = Brandon Choi | Penciler1_1 = Jim Lee | Inker1_1 = Scott Williams | Colourist1_1 = Joe Chiodo | Colourist1_2 = Martin Jimenez | Colourist1_3 = Wildstorm FX | Letterer1_1 = Richard Starkings | Letterer1_2 = Comicraft | Letterer1_3 = Dave Lanphear | Editor1_1 = Mike Heisler

| Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

| Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • This story is a re-imagining of the Fantastic Four's first encounters with the Mole Man and Namor in Fantastic Four #1 and 4 respectively.

| Trivia = | Recommended = | Links = |Fantastic Four Vol 2 2=Fantastic Four Vol 2 2|Fantastic Four Vol 2 #2=Fantastic Four Vol 2 2|=|=|%ARGS%=§ Image = Fantastic Four Vol 2 2.jpg § Month = 12 § Year = 1996 § Event = Heroes Reborn

§ Editor-in-Chief = Bob Harras § CoverArtist1 = Jim Lee § CoverArtist2 = Scott Williams

§ Quotation = § Speaker =

§ StoryTitle1 = Repercussions § Synopsis1 = Continued from last issue...

The Fantastic Four have come face-to-face with the underground ruler known as the Mole Man who vows to destroy the intruders on his land. The Human Torch brazenly attacks the Mole Man and finds himself soundly defeated. Reed realizes that the Mole Man is light sensitive and has the Thing pull a crystal out of the ground and has the Invisible Woman break open a shaft to the surface to let light in. With Johnny pulling off the Mole Man's protective goggles the reflect light through the crystal blinding the Mole Man and all of his minions, allowing them to escape with the near-critical quantum core. On the surface Ben uses his strength to close the entrance to the Mole Man's underground lair and Reed stabilizes the quantum core. Before they can figure out what to do next they are suddenly knocked out by a bright flash of light.

While deep below in the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, the kingdom has been struck with a strange plague that has been striking their people dead. Believing it is the "black water" (oil) spilled into their domain by the surface dwellers, Warlord Krang convinces Namor to go to war against the surface when yet another of Namor's people succumbs to the plague.

Reed Richards and his crew awaken to find themselves captives of SHIELD, while they don't know this they attempt to escape by smashing a hole out of the side of the helicarrier and fall nearly to their deaths. They are rescued by a SHIELD flight team and brought before Nick Fury for questioning. Reed explains to Fury that they were part of the Excelsior crew and they tried to stop his agent Wyatt Wingfoot from destroying the space anomaly and their failure resulted int their current condition. Before Reed can explain things further, SHIELD is alerted of Namor's attack on New York City. When Fury refuses to give them anymore information about Wingfoot's operation he does tell him that he didn't authorize the take over. With the threat of Namor looming, Fury agrees to let Reed and his companions help.

Given SHIELD uniforms made out of unstable molecules, the group decides to act separate from SHIELD and removes the SHIELD logos from the uniforms and replaces them with the number "4" after the name Reed came up with them: The Fantastic Four. The engage Namor in a full frontal assault, with the Thing attacking first. Namor easily bests Ben in underwater battle and upon realizing that he has to deal with super-humans uses the trumpet horn of Atlantis to summon his greatest weapon: Giganto, a gigantic whale monster from the oceans deep.

This story is continued next issue...

§ Writer1_1 = Jim Lee § Writer1_2 = Brandon Choi § Penciler1_1 = Jim Lee § Inker1_1 = Scott Williams § Colourist1_1 = Joe Chiodo § Colourist1_2 = Martin Jimenez § Colourist1_3 = Wildstorm FX § Letterer1_1 = Richard Starkings § Letterer1_2 = Comicraft § Letterer1_3 = Dave Lanphear § Editor1_1 = Mike Heisler

§ Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

§ Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • This story is a re-imagining of the Fantastic Four's first encounters with the Mole Man and Namor in {c§Fantastic Four #1} and {c§Fantastic Four #4§4} respectively.

§ Trivia = § Recommended = § Links =

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Exiles #82
""World Tour: Heroes Reborn" (Conclusion)"
(August, 2006)
Atlantis (Counter-Earth)
(Atlantis from Heroes Reborn)
Not yet done
Maritanis
(Note: Maritanis existed before this time but as an Atlantean outpost)
Mostly (completely?) done
Agents of Atlas Vol 2 #6
"Secrets of the Deep"
(August, 2009)
Oceanus (Atlantis) Done?
Only a few known appearances
Uncanny X-Men #520
"Nation X, Chapter 6"
(March, 2010)
New Atlantis (Atlantean Pillar)Done


Other 616 Atlantises

"Other" Atlantises that are not directly tied to the one most commonly known are:

Other Reality Atlantises

Atlantis as depicted in alternate realities will require a bit more attention to determine which of the above locations might apply.

Earth-928

Beinge one of the more fully developed alternate realities, there are a few Atlantises:

  • New Atlantis from Ravage 2099 Vol 1 5; non-homo mermanus aquatic people. Proposed name: New Atlantis (???)
  • "New Atlantis Project" from Spider-Man 2099 Vol 1 43. Proposed name: New Atlantis Project
  • Atlantis from Earth-928. Appearances to be added to Atlantis (Modern) in Alternate Realities category.

Earth-1610

These should be listed in Atlantis (Modern).

Disambiguation Checklist

Not that some of these tasks may overlap as multiple users may be contributing to this effort.

Framework

  • Create the draft disambiguation page. Done: July 28, 2016
  • Create the new pages and categories. Done: July 28, 2016

Appearances & Mentions

Edit appearances and mentions of “Atlantis” to new pages (based on table above).

Images

Edit images of “Atlantis” to new pages (based on table above).

New Pages

Build content for each of the new pages.

New Categories

Move relevant pages from Category:Colonies and Outposts of Atlantis to Category:Territories of Ancient Atlantis.

Fully Disambiguated

Convert Atlantis to a disambiguation page (see draft content below).

How You Can Help

If you see an appearance (or mention, or image) of Atlantis, use the table above to update its entry.

Draft Disambiguation Page

 

Atlantis

Atlantis from from Incredible Hercules Vol 1 123 0001.jpg
[[Atlantis (Empire)
Pre-Cataclysm Empire whose domain extended to Savage Land|Atlantis (Empire)
Pre-Cataclysm Empire whose domain extended to Savage Land]]
Atlantis (Kamuu) from Saga of the Sub-Mariner Vol 1 1 001.JPG
Atlantis (Kamuu)
First city of Homo mermanus, founded by Kamuu

Kamuu
(Kamuu)
Atlantis (Pacific) from Namor Vol 1 1 001.jpg
[[Atlantis (Pacific)
Temporary home of Atlanteans|Atlantis (Pacific)
Temporary home of Atlanteans]]
Atlantis (Byrrah) from Saga of the Sub-Mariner Vol 1 7 001.JPG
Atlantis (Byrrah)
Founded by Byrrah after destruction of Tha-Korr by Paul Destine

Byrrah
(Byrrah)
Atlantis (Modern) from Alpha Flight Vol 1 14 001.jpg
Atlantis (Modern)
Founded by Namor

Modern
(Modern)
Maritanis from Marvel Team-Up Vol 2 9 001.jpg
[[Maritanis
Dubbed "New Atlantis" by some residents|Maritanis
Dubbed "New Atlantis" by some residents]]
 

Atlantis-related

 

Other Locations Named Atlantis

 

Groups, races and species

 

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