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A special issue showcasing the different sides of Prince Namor: proud king, valiant hero—and arrogant, unfaithful lover. Years ago, when Namor was young, he fell in love with a surface woman, only to break her heart. But what is her connection to the new generation of X-Men? A stand-alone story that sets the stage for an unexpected new NAMOR storyline!

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Sometimes, hearts break you. 0

I love Namor, and though I haven't read very many actual comics with him from start to finish, I have to say, I was so excited to get my hands on this book!   The Good The writing was great. Not brilliant, not spectacular, but great. It set the mood and fit the art, which I'll get to complaining about later. Every character maintained their own voice, and from the little bit of Moore's work that I've read, I believe is this writer's strong point. Very subtle nuances in Betty Dean and Alice Ryan'...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

The Mentality of a King 0

One of the biggest problems in the depiction of any superhero in comicdom is the reconciliation of the various changes and interpretations that occur during a character's history. While, Namor the Sub-Mariner has perhaps not experienced such a drastic evolution as someone as popular as Batman, he too has been subject to numerous interpretations. In the 30's and 40's, he was interchangeably a menace to the surface world and a scourge against the Axis Powers.   Part Atlantean, Part Mutant, All Lov...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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