Fantastic Four #33
Issue(s): Fantastic Four #33
Lady Dorma betrays Namor out of jealousy and then regrets it, so she recruits the FF to help fight off Attuma's horde. They do so anonymously.
Namor seems to be back on the throne even though the end of FF annual #1 implied that this people abandoned him because he was too soft on the surface dwellers.
It's a fairly simple and fun fight issue.
Here are some nice images:
Quality Rating: C
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: Marvel's Greatest Comics #25
Inbound References (4): show 1964 / Box 2 / Silver Age
1964 / Box 2 / Silver Age
I always thought Attuma had potential. He's basically a comic book version of Genghis Khan. How can you not have a great villain with that concept?
Posted by: Chris | August 14, 2012 10:37 PM
I wonder if anyone has ever done a timeline comparison between Namor and Aquaman about when was on their respective thrones and when they weren't.
Posted by: Erik Beck | December 28, 2014 8:11 AM
This is a Smithsonian candidate starting with the Classic partial photo Cover! The 1st comment above is Spot On with the Genghis Khan comparison and Attuma carries a heavy burden Of revealed Legacy to the thrown thus his relentless Tyrant mibdset! This is a Huge Book in comic History!
Posted by: RocknRollguitarplayer | June 10, 2016 12:58 AM
Actually Attuma is not modeled on Genghis Khan just look at his name: He was modeled on Attila the Hun.
Posted by: Bobby Sisemore | October 30, 2016 10:08 PM
As an archetype, Attila and Genghis are the same - the nomadic barbarian who conquers and rules an empire. So yes, Attuma is the same.
Posted by: Chris | December 16, 2016 8:40 PM
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