- The heroes and villains of Marvel Comics go Syroco!
- Add to your statue collection with Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner.
- Full-color tin, pin-back button, and character book included.
- Limited edition of 750 pieces!
Retro Sub-Mariner! Second in this statue series is Atlantis' own Prince Namor, aka the Sub-Mariner, who stands approximately 5 1/2-inches tall. His pose is loosely based on the cover of Sub-Mariner
#1 from May 1968. Limited to just 750 pieces worldwide, he comes packaged in a full-color tin that also includes a pin-back button and character booklet. Order Sub-Mariner today! Ages 13 and up.
Originally created by writer/artist Bill Everett, the Sub-Mariner publicly debuted in 1939. Prince Namor is a character that is a mix of both hero and villain, and is often referred to as one of Marvel's very first mutants.
The 1960s brought a cultural upheaval in music and art, with a host of new icons entering the scene: The Beatles, Andy Warhol, and of course, Marvel comics, led by a number of characters that redefined modern comic books. These characters appear now just as they did then, in a line of collectible statues from Dark Horse Deluxe. Ages 14 and up.