Lost at Sea last edited by pikahyper on 06/22/20 06:45PM View full history

The powerful agent of ATLAS and Atlantean Princess known as Namora finds a missing colony of her aquatic people in the Barents Sea, and goes to bring them back to the new home of Oceana. But the Atlanteans are unwilling to leave and now Namora is also compelled to stay...and serve THE KRAKEN! Don't miss an aquatic adventure like only critically-acclaimed writer Jeff Parker (AGENTS OF ATLAS, THUNDERBOLTS, FALL OF THE HULKS) can tell it! 32 PGS. One-Shot



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The Queen of Land and Sea 0

  Cover The cover is beautiful and I believe it shows she can be in water and on land and breathe in both places. She is part of two worlds. Story Namora saves Russian Submariners. She finds this Kraken and she is going to fight it in till the Atlantean people tell her that the Kraken is not harming them.   Namora sees her daughter but, she knows it is too good to be true and it is a dream someone is making her have. She realizes a Titan is making her have this dream. Then she realizes that the ...

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Review: Namora One Shot 0

Atlas member Namora gets her own one-shot as she swims through the depths of the seas and encounters other Atlantians.   The Good First and foremost, Jeff Parker can take any character or story and make it enjoyable, and although I may have my problems with this one, I still enjoyed reading it. (His six issue run on The New Exiles is highly under-rated) We also have great art work from Sara Pichelli which is complimented by the colors pf Rachelle Rosenberg. This book, talent-wise, has a lot...

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Namora - The Savior of the Sea 0

SynopsisGreat story, art, and teaser for the new Atlas volume by Marvel. Namora saves a sinking Russian submarine, locates a lost Atlantean tribe, and finds Imperius Rex all in one issue. There was lots going on in this issue too bad it was short lived! The GoodHands down the art was the best part of this book. I have to say it has a certain Gabriel Hardman look to it ... but that's a good thing. Namora was... very appealing... The story was good as well. From reading the other reviews on this i...

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