- ...As long as memory endures... and man rules above or below the tossing seas... he will owe a debt to... Dr. Strange!!
Appearing in "The Monarch and the Mystic!"
- Dynorr (Only in flashback)
- Triton (Only in flashback)
- Kenneth Ward (Only in flashback)
- Early man (Only in flashback)
- John Goodwin (Statue)
- Watoomb (Invoked)
- Munnopor (Invoked)
- Vishanti (Invoked)
- Faltine (Invoked)
- Hoggoth (Invoked)
- Neptune's Trident (Only in flashback)
- Cloak of Levitation
- Eye of Agamotto
- Idol of the Nameless One
Synopsis for "The Monarch and the Mystic!"
Returning home to Atlantis, Namor has his ability to breath underwater restored to him by Ikthon. During the process he is contacted by Dr. Strange telepathically, who asks for his aid in stopping the Undying Ones, demons from another dimension who centuries ago once ruled over man, until man defeated them.
Traveling to Kenneth Ward's house, Namor is greeted by someone claiming to be his daughter Joella. With her aid, Namor finds the idol of the Undying Ones, however it turns out that Joella is really a demon in their thrall. Dr. Strange appears and the two defeat her, however her pet cat also is a demon and uses the idol to open a portal to unleash the Undying Ones on Earth.
Battling the Undying One's leader as he passes through the portal, Namor begins to weaken, however Strange conjures up a water spell to revitalize the undersea monarch's strength. The two manage to fight the leader of the Undying One's back into his own realm. Taking the fight there, they soon become over powered, and Dr. Strange sends Namor back to the Earth-dimension and sealing himself in the portal. Back on Earth, Namor returns to his kingdom in the sea.
Guest-starring the one and only Dr. Strange! But, can the two of them defeat the Undying Ones? Like weird!
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