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Warriors of Mars TPB
In 1905 Edwin Arnold created a character that many feel changed the course of Science Fiction and that character's name was Lt. Gullivar Jones. Arnold's tale of Gullivar's journey to mars and falling in love with a Martian princess is thought by many to have inspired the Martian tales of Edgar Rice Burroughs, written some six years later. Dynamite Entertainment is proud to ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published October 2012 by Dynamite Entertainment
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Strictly kids' stuff (except for the half-naked babes). The concept is awesome: namely, blending Edgar Rice Burroughs' BARSOOM saga with the novel GULLIVER OF MARS, on which BARSOOM is widely thought to have been based. As is usually the case with graphic novels published by DYNAMITE, the writers take a really fun-sounding idea and suck all the joy out of it through a combination of poor writing and shoddy story-telling. The only thing WARRIORS OF MARS has going for it is novelty value.