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Namor: The First Mutant Volume 2: Namor Goes to Hell (Namor The First Mutant #2)

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If Wolverine jumped off a bridge, would you jump, too? That's the question Namor must answer when the old Kings of Atlantis escape Hell only to drag him back down with them - into a burning desert wasteland. Can even the X-Men help him now? And with its king missing, what will happen to New Atlantis? Also featuring a special story showcasing the different sides of Prince N...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published September 14th 2011 by Marvel (first published June 8th 2011)
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Wait, so Namor and Abira are together now? Is that what the whole hand-holding stands for, plus that ending? Well. I guess it makes sense, but I still wish it hadn't happened. Namor already has his dubious feelings for both Emma and Sue -- what was that scene with them, by the way -- and Abira just lost her possible boyfriend to a horrible death, and had to see his skeleton shortly after. I don't think they're exactly dating material, any of them.

Can't complain about how the Loa situation unfold...more
Katie
It is surprising how much I liked this volume. Because I'm not a big fan of Namor, I really liked the character arch for Namor. I really liked the characters Alani and Abira. There was surprising moments in the plot and made me want to know what would happen next. Overall, an excellent read and has great artwork.
Brent
Jun 18, 2014 Brent rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: hard-core fans of Marvel Comics and these fine creators
Recommended to Brent by: The Book Nook, bargain bin, and these fine creators
Shelves: comics, fiction, superhero
Boy, I wish there was a Sub-Mariner series that caught fire. This was not it...
I'm spoiled for the Bill Everett, Roy Thomas, et al. version(s). I would like to read a complete Bill Everett Sub-Mariner. Slowly...
J.
Some good, if odd, art. But a storyline that doesn't really have anything going for it. A very typical comic book.
Tif
I guess this was "Cry Me a River" Namor and a whole lot of Atlantean drama that I now realize I don't care at all about. I think I prefer Namor as a character in someone else's feature. At least the art wasn't terrible, most of the time.
Felipe
Interesting stories, showing off sides of Namor not usually seen.
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