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Appearing in "And Men Shall Call Him... Warlock!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Premiere #1.

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Synopsis for "And Men Shall Call Him... Warlock!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Premiere #1.



Appearing in "The Peerless Power of the Silver Surfer"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Fantastic Four Annual #5.

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  • Harry (Hunter) (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Peerless Power of the Silver Surfer"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Fantastic Four Annual #5.
Fantastic Four Annual Vol 1 5 046

While flying around the Earth, the lonely Silver Surfer answers the summons of the computer Quasimodo. The computer begs the Surfer to use his power to make him human. Using his power cosmic the Surfer changes the Quasimodo computer into a living being. The misshapen creature then goes on a rampage, attacking a nearby city. Battling Quasimodo there, the Surfer turns the fleeing Quasimodo into a stone statue perched atop a clock tower before leaving the scene.

Appearing in "The Sub-Mariner"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Comics #1.
Marvel Comics Vol 1 1 003

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Synopsis for "The Sub-Mariner"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Comics #1.
Namor McKenzie (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Vol 1 1 0002

A diver from salvage vessel finds wrecked ship's safe empty and just recently dropped knife from shipwreck's deck. Captain orders him back down to investigate with another diver. They are searching the wreckage when attacked by Namor, the Sub-Mariner! He savagely attacks both men, stabbing one and crushing the diving helmet of the other. Namor then turns his attention to the ship, wrecking the propeller and running it aground. He heads back to his underwater home, where he is greeted by the "Holy One" who commends him on his attack against the humans. Namor brings the bodies of the two divers as trophies. His mother, Fen, congratulates him on beginning his war of revenge in such a decisive manner. Namor asks her why their people hate the Earth-men so much.

She explains that in the year 1920, a research vessel called the Oracle had journeyed to Antarctica and was doing "experiments" with explosives that killed many of their fellow citizens. Since Fen looked most like a human, she was sent to find out more about what was going on. She fell in love with Commander Leonard McKenzie, and became pregnant by him. The sailors could not understand how she was able to swim in the freezing water. She learned their language and sent back messages to the undersea army that the white men were too strong for them, but they sent an army to fight those invaders anyway. The white men's bombardment annihilated most of their race, and now, 20 years later, they are ready once again to press an attack against Earth-people, and Namor will begin this war.

Later, he takes his cousin Dorma with him to the Cape Anna Lighthouse. Once there, they attack the guard who stands watch on the lighthouse and wreak havoc on the controls and equipment hoping to destroy some of the ships that use it's beacon for safety. Some naval men come on the scene, and in order to escape, Namor and Dorma commandeer a plane which flies nearby. Sub-Mariner commands Dorma to wreck the plane and swim back home as Namor continues his crusade against humans.

Appearing in "The Origin of the Hulk!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulk #3.

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Synopsis for "The Origin of the Hulk!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulk #3.

While Rick Jones keeps vigil over the Hulk, his mind drifts back to the events that changed both of their lives forever.

On a dare, Rick trespassed onto the desert base in the middle of a top secret military test involving Doctor Bruce Banner's Gamma Bomb. Seeing Jones riding across the blast area in his jeep, Bruce Banner abandoned the safety of the bunker and tossed him into a ditch just as the bomb exploded. The intense wave of gamma radiation altered Banner's chemistry, transforming him into a muscle-bound hulk whenever night fell. By day, the Hulk transformed back into the form of Robert Bruce Banner.

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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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