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other people just don’t understand namor’s complexities
(uncanny x-men #535)
My mom always said my father was like a cross between Jack Nicholson in The Shining and As Good As It Gets.
Sub-Mariner: The Depths #1-5, Writer: Peter Milligan, Artist: Esad Ribic (2008)
The label on the tin says Sub-Mariner (Namor), but the story is essentially about a scientist exploring the deep sea, looking for Atlantis (or rather, trying to disprove its existence). This is not your usual Marvel comic, and it’s not for the weak-hearted, but I love it, because:
- Ribic was responsible for the art.
- Namor = egocentric mutant parading around in a speedo? Hahahaha, NO. This is Namor, the deep-sea creature, and it’s amazing.
- Did I mention the art?
- It’s completed in five chapters, no need for any previous knowledge.
- It’s a story about exploring the unknown (who doesn’t like that).
Essentially, however, the focus of the story is on the human mind and how it works. And the human mind is a dark, dark place. As dark as the depths they are trying to explore.
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Namor, you old salt.
From Sub-Mariner #54, October 1972. Art by Alan Weiss. Words by Mike Friedrich.
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art #illustration #cyclops
an aristocratic cyclops not for your personal use.