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Namor Visionaries: John Byrne, Vol. 1

Namor Visionaries John Byrne Vol Namor the Sub Mariner The world s first mutant King of Atlantis See one of Marvel s most iconic characters written and penciled by the talented John Byrne As Namor finally learns the truth about his

Namor, the Sub Mariner The world s first mutant King of Atlantis See one of Marvel s most iconic characters written and penciled by the talented John Byrne As Namor finally learns the truth about his nasty temper, he faces the corporate threat of the diabolical Marrs twins, tames the deadly Griffin, is sued for his attacks on New York and gets beheaded It s Namor likNamor, the Sub Mariner The world s first mutant King of Atlantis See one of Marvel s most iconic characters written and penciled by the talented John Byrne As Namor finally learns the truth about his nasty temper, he faces the corporate threat of the diabolical Marrs twins, tames the deadly Griffin, is sued for his attacks on New York and gets beheaded It s Namor like you ve never seen him before Guest starring Namorita, Iron Man and the Fantastic Four Collecting Namor, the Sub Mariner 1990 1 9

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  1. John Byrne says:
    John Lindley Byrne is a British born Canadian American author and artist of comic books Since the mid 1970s, Byrne has worked on nearly every major American superhero.Byrne s better known work has been on Marvel Comics X Men and Fantastic Four and the 1986 relaunch of DC Comics Superman franchise Coming into the comics profession exclusively as a penciler, Byrne began co plotting the X Men comics during his tenure on them, and launched his writing career in earnest with Fantastic Four where he also started inking his own pencils During the 1990s he produced a number of creator owned works, including Next Men and Danger Unlimited He also wrote the first issues of Mike Mignola s Hellboy series and produced a number of Star Trek comics for IDW Publishing.

Comment 205 on “Namor Visionaries: John Byrne, Vol. 1

  1. Brad says:
    The first comic I ever bought was a Prince Namor I was at the convenience store, long before I became a true comic collector, and found a beaten up Namor comic that captured my imagination, making me, forever, a fan of Namor no matter where or when he appears I haven t read this sequence of Namor before, coming as it did after my retirment from comics, but now that I am exploring everything I missed, now that I am out of retirement as a collector, now that my son and I are geeking out on a regul [...]

  2. Fernando Gálvez says:
    John Byrne en el primer n mero de este tomo te cuenta todo lo que va a realizar en esta serie Con el resto va hilando las tramas y subtramas que llevar n a Namor a enfrentarse a desaf os inesperados Contar con aliados, claro, pero aparecer n nuevos enemigos en el camino.

  3. Dean says:
    John Byrne is a great artist, a decent plotter, but a poor scripter I would read any book he draws, and do, but have to admit he is very simplistic with his writing.This collection of Namor s adventures is not bad at all, but Namor is a tough character to make likeable, and a tough one to feature in his own book Namor is just not interesting enough Even Byrne realises this and throws in plenty of guest stars and sub plots to help carry the book Namor as a guest in other books is perfectly fine, [...]

  4. Adam Graham says:
    Submariner s back and he s here to save the planet With Atlantis gone after the events of Atlantis Attacks, Namor tries a somewhat different tact of buying a corporation to dominate the world and prevent pollution The concept s not bad and I think John Byrne has the feel of Namor as a character down perfectly However, all the plots are just okay The art isn t all that great The new guest characters are forgettable or not believable Still, the result isn t bad or stupid It s just not all that gre [...]

  5. Víctor Segovia says:
    El primer mutante y uno de los responsables m s querido y odiados de los mitos Que puede salir mal Pues, simplemente nada Byrne es uno de esos autores que le da estabilidad a los personajes a los que le asignan trabajar Quiz s, el salto de los nobles X Men al temperalmental Rey de la Atl ntida, se siente extra o, pero poco a poco le va dando su particular visi n a un ex monarca exiliado y que decide usar el oro y sus nuevas relaciones personales La sensaci n de aventuras, as de simple, de suspen [...]

  6. Batmanenrique says:
    El John Byrne que se ocup de Namor no es el John Byrne que se ocup de los cuatro fant sticos y eso es una pena Tambi n es cierto que tampoco es el John Byrne que luego har a el Cahpter One de Spiderman y eso es bueno La colecci n empieza entretenida y los 9 n meros incluidos en este volumen tienen a un Byrne que cuida bastante el dibujo, que experimenta lo justo con las tramas y que tira por caminos conocidos los nuevos personajes no son especialmente originales aunque Byrne los escribe lo sufic [...]

  7. Johnny Andrews says:
    My first Sub Mariner title and I got to say I love this layered character as much as most comic book characters Being a prince of the sea he has the haughty arrogance you would expect but morally his heart is in the right place as long as you don t bother or harm his oceans, which sadly surface dwellers do, rather a bit too much.This collection gives us 1 9 from the 90s launch of Namor and apart from his arrogant and self assured attitude he is overall the anti hero on an ecological stance, rath [...]

  8. Jdetrick says:
    In these issues John Byrne did something no other creators have ever done he made the Sub Mariner interesting I remember buying these issues when they first came out and they were a revelation Beyond his usual excellent art, Byrne had taken a character I had never cared for and presented him as a complicated, interesting individual it didn t hurt that he gave Namor a great supporting cast of both allies and enemies It s not often that comics can make me reexamine my feelings about a property, bu [...]

  9. Devero says:
    Quando Byrne rilanci il personaggio di Namor lo fece con una gran bella serie che scrisse e disegn con un taglio ambientalista in realt non troppo riuscito o meglio, poco approfondito Comunque un pregevole lavoro dalle buone intenzioni Questo volume raccoglie le prime nove storie, tutte pregevoli, anche se non compaiono avversari di grande spicco o nome, e dove, specie nel primo numero viene data una spiegazione accettabile della lunaticit di Namor.

  10. Carles Muñoz Miralles says:
    Una de las series de Byrne de las que mejor recuerdo guardaba y que se ha mantenida fresca con el paso de los a os modelos de ropa y peinados aparte Byrne, como siempre, da un tratamiento definitivo a sus personajes y sabe recuperar su esencia y establecer su papel en el universo en el que se mueven A seguir leyendo

  11. Jesse says:
    Beautifully drawn John Byrne never disappoints in the art department, but so far everything he s written as well as drawn has come up short for me I m hoping I will like volume 2 a bit better as it goes into some cool WWII nazi super science plots etc, we shall see.


  12. Mark says:
    I love John Byrnes doing solo characters Namor, Wonder Woman, X Men and She Hulk are all great stories by this man.

  13. Amanda says:
    on 18I ve never read comics before but I decided to start with Namor Never heard of him so, why not Glad I did though, it s pretty good.

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