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Marvel Masterworks, Volume 227: The Sub-Mariner Volume 7

by Bill Everett

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0785199152, Hardcover)

If ever there was a collection worthy of the title "Marvel Masterworks," Bill Everett's seminal '70s return to the Sub-Mariner, the character he made a legend, is it! Beginning with Sub-Mariner #50, Everett began a run as writer/artist that rivaled the greatest work of his career. His luxuriant artwork and signature anarchic take on Sub-Mariner made every page an action-packed classic. Villains from Subby's past like Prince Byrrah set the stage, while the debut of Namorita and a new fi re-vs.-water nemesis, Sunfi re, ratchet up the drama.

COLLECTING: SUB-MARINER (1968) 50-60

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