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Real Name: Aquaria Nautica Neptunia (presumably)

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-1610) sub-species of humanity (Homo mermani/Atlantean) mutant

Occupation: Unrevealed

Group Membership: Atlanteans

Affiliations: Doctor Dorcas, Tigershark

Enemies: Fantastic Four (Invisible Woman/Susan Storm, Thing/Benjamin Grimm), Dr. Arthur Molekevic, Mary Storm

Known Relatives: presumably Namor (cousin)

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Atlantis

First Appearance: Ultimate Fantastic Four I#60 (April, 2009)

Powers/Abilities: Namora presumably had the same abilities as her Earth-616 counterpart, although it was unrevealed if she had ankle-wings. Other than her 616 counterpart this Namora has the ability to control water, using her hands to guide and transform the ocean's water into a dangerous vortex.

Height: 5'11"
Weight: 189 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Black

(Ultimate Fantastic Four#60 (fb) - BTS) - Namora was imprisoned in the Atlantean prison for unrevealed reasons.

(Ultimate Fantastic Four#60 (fb) - BTS) - Namora witnessed how Namor was abducted by Mister Fantastic.

(Ultimate Fantastic Four#60 (fb) - BTS) - When the ancient city of Atlantis fell victim to a mysterious attack during the event that became known as "Ultimatum" which was caused from the bottom up, the Atlantean prison was destroyed as well. Having gained freedom again, Namora as well as fellow prisoners Doctor Dorcas and Tigershark learned their people were wiped out as well. Believing humankind to be the culprit the threesome banded together to search for the Equinox Antenna, an ancient Atlantean artifact which they hoped to use to destroy the surface-world.

(Ultimate Fantastic Four#60) - During their search, Namora, Doctor Dorcas and Tigershark stumbled upon a human expedition in the city. The visitors were in fact Susan Storm and Benjamin Grimm of the Fantastic Four, accompanied by Susan's mother Mary Storm and scientist Dr. Arthur Molekevic, who were also searching for the Equinox Antenna in an effort to locate the missing Johnny Storm. Believing them to have caused the destruction of Atlantis, Namora and the others immediately attacked the visitors, Namora herself taking on the Invisible Woman. Namora noted she was the heir apparent of the pile of rubble after which she used her abilities to create a vortex and successfully rendered Susan Storm unconscious while Dorcas and Tigershark did the same. While in captivity, Mary Storm managed to convince Dorcas she could and would help them locate and help activate the antenna. Freed, Mary Storm started translating the old glyphs while being watched by Namora, Tigershark and Dorcas, but instead of truly helping the Atlanteans she revealed what the Fantastic Four needed to know to escape after which the heroes quickly struck Dorcas, taking him out. Namora and Tigershark then once again attacked the Thing and the Invisible Woman but were defeated this time after which the Fantastic Four used the antenna to locate Johnny Storm.

Comments: Created by Joe Pokaski (writer), Tyler Kirkham (pencils), Jason Gorder, Rick Basaldua, Sal Regla (inkers).

Profile by MarvellousLuke

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Ultimate Fantastic Four#60, p12, pan1 (main image)
Ultimate Fantastic Four#60, p14, pan1,2 (using her powers)

Ultimate Fantastic Four#60 (April, 2009) - Joe Pokaski (writer), Tyler Kirkham (pencils), Jason Gorder, Rick Basaldua, Sal Regla (inkers), Mark Paniccia, Lauren Sankovitch (editors)

First Posted: 05/31/2019
Last Updated: 05/31/2019

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