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The gems capture all the excitement of what was called "The Marvel Age of Comics" during the 1960's. Amazing stories and art by the titanic talents of Roy Thomas, John Buscema, Gene Colan, Stan Lee and more. See what created Marvel great!
Collects Sub-mariner 2-13, with material from Not Brand Ecch #9 as e method John Busema draws Namor, you can believe he's one of the most strong beings in the Marvel Universe (while under water). Namor wrecks havoc on machinery in the first panel. Buscema also excels at the underwater scenes and creatures. Page 3 panel 2 has Namor knifing into the ocean with a trail of bubbles following his plunge. Admittedly, Plantman is not a worthy foe for Namor, but Plantman tricks Triton into battling the exiled Prince of the Depths. As Namor explodes out of the water on page 10, I had the impression of an orca erupting out of the ocean. Frank Giacoia does an perfect job inking Huge John in the first four issues.Buscema turns in some iconic covers in this volume: Triton versus Namor in 2, Namor versus Attuma in 4, Namor versus Barracuda in 5 and 6, and Namor versus Thing in e Attuma and Gorgul story is a highlight in this volume, in my opinion. I would've liked if the crazy seer role of Saru-san was explored in more depth, but the story doesn't suffer for it. The war with Attuma is one of Namor's better matches with his long-time sues 5 and 6 have the first appearance of Diane Arliss, her tragic brother Todd, Dr Dorcas and the marauding Tiger Shark, another one of Sub-mariner's best adversaries. I love the strong sequence from page 90-91. If Sub-mariner had more of that in his long run, the title might have ranked near the top and still be going!In 7, the Man Called Destiny, started in Tales to Astonish 101 finally 8, Subby goes toe-to-toe with the Thing. Torch and the Avengers create brief appearances (as well as an old friend!) This problem ends Huge John's brief run. These problems and their covers are well worth the price of the Masterworks, but, as they say on the TV ads, there's more…You also obtain the Serpent Crown Saga. Karthon, the first appearance of Naga, and rie Severin and Dan Adkins do a amazing job filling in on #9. Problems 10-11 are done masterfully by Gene Colan. personally, I like John better for Sub-mariner, but Gene adds a murkiness and moodiness to the story while still maintaining much of the potency in action. I'm awe-struck by the shear fury of page 200, with Namor shooting out of a cresting wave to strike a ship. This full-pager was created to be a wall-sized poster!Issue 12 has the weakest art, with Marie Severin handling all the chores. Possibly they encountered the dread deadline of doom and she was a last-minute fill-in. This was the begin of regular pencilling on the title for her, but this problem looked sue 13 was solid with Joe Sinnott providing powerful inks to Marie's pencils. Gargantos the giant octopus provided Namor a tough war to conclude the Serpent Crown ere's still more… as a bonus, we have Bulk versus Prince No-More battling in the pages of Not Brand Ecch # always Roy Thomas' writing is powerful throughout and his introduction adds perspective to the question I have is who did the coloring for this volume? The coloring was first-rate (for 1968) and the Masterworks restoration is, again, top is is a volume essential to any collection, especially fans of Namor. The price has been creeping up and stocks appear to be dwindling. Do yourself a favor a pick this one up from a reseller while the price is still low.
If like me you're a lover of late sixties to mid seventies Marvel comics the squad of Roy Thomas and John Buscema is no doubt familiar to you. This collection of stories features Thomas and Buscema in perfect form as they depict the adventures of Namor in his quest for justice versus the villain called Destiny. As you might expect, Namor encounters a few detours along the way. John Buscema's stellar artwork lends the title character a Classical sense of drama and staging. If you crossed Michelangelo with Jack Kirby you'd obtain John Buscema. His storytelling is superb too. Roy Thomas, while relying heavily on purple prose, keeps the stories brisk and entertaining while crafting a complex characterization of a character who is sometimes his own worst enemy. This collection is highly recommended.
By about 1968 Stan Lee had hit the wall as a comic book writer. The titles he still wrote, Unbelievable Four, Spider-Man, Captain America, etc were becoming increasingly stale and repetitive. They were still for the most part quite readable but the energy and imagination from the middle years of the '60s were rtunately, Lee had brought aboard Roy Thomas to do the writing on some of the "lesser" Marvel titles, like Avengers, Dr. Strange, Sgt. Fury, X-Men, and Sub-Mariner. These titles helped hold Marvel afloat creatively when comic book sales started a precipitous decline in the late 'e Sub-Mariner was never one of my favorite Marvel characters. His issues always seemed largely self-inflicted due to his arrogance and temper making him difficult to sympathize with. I always thought he worked best as the "noble villain" rather than as a "flawed hero". I didn't really think he could carry a e comics in this volume, Sub-Mariner #2-#13 from 1968 and 1969, largely proved me wrong. Thomas sets up an interesting story arc involving a mysterious helmet. But we have plenty of diversions along the method as Namor runs into the inhuman Triton, meets an old opponent Attuma and a fresh opponent Tiger Shark, picks up some more supporting cast in Diane Arliss and old mate Betty Dean Prentiss, and finally finishes up with Lemuria, Karthon, and ere are a few missteps along the way. Thomas offers up the obligatory heroes war each other (Namor and Triton) before combining versus the villain (Plant Man). Namor has his usual counter productive and self defeating outbursts of temper. The main plot thread (the helmet) does present signs of being created up as it goes along.But all in all this is a quick paced 12 problem romp that keeps the reader involved. John Buscema's art is terrific and Gene Colan and Marie Severin do not disappoint either. There is even a gift parody story from Marvel's humor title Not Brand Echh. Finally, the reproduction is short, this is as amazing a title as Marvel had in the late '60s, with the possible exception of the Avengers. Highly recommended.
This is a classic run on a very underrated series. Of all the Marvel Age "secondary heroes" ( i.e. not Spider-man, the Unbelievable Four, Thor or the Avengers), the 72 problems of the Sub-Mariner are a gem. This volume collects the Sub-Mariner encounter with who he thinks is the original Human Torch, the Sea that Time Forgot, a clash with Doctor Doom and a lot of other Roy Thomas penned classics. I highly recommend this volume.
Got this book because I really wanted to reread and view the color ver of Sub-Mariner #20 again...it's like stepping back in time and reliving a moment with child-like wonder, for me it was well worth the trip! :) Also I'd like to mention that #20 has a nice small plot of playing the Sub-Mariner (the anti-hero) versus Dr. Doom (the villain) both of which quite often visited the pages of the "Fantastic Four" (which became my all time favorites later).
As I will be selling my comic collection when i reach retirement , I`d like copies of the comics not just on disk, but with tactile feel..(if you are under 35 you probable would not understand) , oldies love things we can feel as well as see..like ese Masterworks give a amazing rendition of those old comics..if a bit more colorful..that I loved to collect as a boy till now!Surpringly well bound tomes for the price!
...this volume shows how.I've never been a large fan of the Sub-Mariner. To me he came off as far too much of an arrogant jerk whose issues seemed largely self inflicted by an out of control temper. Those qualities are much in evidence in the 12 problems collected in this volume. But as writer Roy Thomas scripts him the nobility and inherent decency of the man take center stage. He becomes far more likable than the bully who grabbed by the throat and lifted off the ground anyone who didn't genuflect in his presence. In this volume also we see Namor actually taking his duties as a head of state seriously instead of spending months away from Atlantis and returning to be shocked, shocked!, that someone rules in his stead. In this volume Prince Namor seems to be growing up a is volume is up to the finest Masterwork standards as another title makes it out of the Silver Age and into the 1970s. Roy Thomas gives another exhibition of memory in an interesting four page introduction. Extras amount to only one original artwork page.Highly recommended volume of a Marvel B-lister.
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