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Marvel Preview: King in Black: Namor #3

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Marvel Preview: King in Black: Namor #3

The secrets of THE KING IN BLACK are buried here.

THE BLACK TIDE lay waste to all that lies before them, cutting a swath of devastation and death across the ocean floor. The only chance to stop them may lie with ATTUMA’s people — and if that fails, nothing stands between The Black Tide and Atlantis itself. A tragedy that will impact Atlantean history forever, and transform friendship into enmity. The secrets of THE KING IN BLACK are buried here.

Written by: Kurt Busiek
Art by: Ben Dewey, Jonas Scharf
Cover by: Leinil Francis Yu
Release Date: January 27, 2021
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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Marvel Preview: King in Black: Namor #3

Marvel Preview: King in Black: Namor #3

Marvel Preview: King in Black: Namor #3

Marvel Preview: King in Black: Namor #3

Marvel Preview: King in Black: Namor #3

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