*Marvel: Here’s your chance to grab a key early Marvel issue at a very affordable price! Prince Namor of Atlantis had had a successful career in Marvel’s Golden Age iteration, Timely Comics, as both hero and villain, but despite rumours of a TV show in the 1950’s (and some exquisite Bill Everett art) had sunk without trace by the end of the decade. But when 1961 saw the return of the publisher, now called Marvel, to super-heroics, their flagship title, Fantastic Four, was the first to bring back a piece of Marvel’s history, with the re-introduction of Sub-Mariner in issue #4! At first an amnesiac vagrant, then a vengeful monarch in exile, Namor vowed vengeance on the surface world and all its denizens – except for Sue Storm – well, a guy gets lonely after years in the wilderness… This UK-priced pence copy is graded Poor/Fair, very ragged and with considerable wear; one page has been removed at some point in its life, then taped back in – the original page, to the best of our belief, not a substitution! Nevertheless, it’s a complete and readable copy of an historic issue, offered at £100.