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    Not much of a drop for Invaders this month, and...

    Not much of a drop for Invaders this month, and still ahead of a number of other books. It's actually been a pretty steady book, over the last year.


    # 48 Invaders 01 - 36,462 +1000 2nd...
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    The important thing to consider: ...

    The important thing to consider:







    It may have been a bit. The units and dollars aren't matching up. It probably had variants too. But the DC variant covers are messing up some of the...
  3. I don't know if he is alive or not. We haven't...

    I don't know if he is alive or not. We haven't seen him since Llyra was introduced back in Subby 33?

    But allegedly, in Mark Waid's Hulk run, IIRC, it had Attuma running Lemuria -- and then being...
  4. It's long past time for Namor to take on Roxxon! ...

    It's long past time for Namor to take on Roxxon! I kept expecting something to happen in War of Realms, but again, Marvel ignored Namor's long history with Roxxon, as well as his connection to the...
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    Thank you for posting the preview! It seems too...

    Thank you for posting the preview! It seems too long since the last issue.

    I love Zdarsky going back to Avengers 4 and help filling in the scenes. Though I think their amnesia estrangement may...
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    The word mutant, as used in the SF / comic book...

    The word mutant, as used in the SF / comic book sense, didn't even exist in 1939 at Namor's creation. IIRC, it was first used like that in 1954?





    It attributes his mutation (though it...
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    It was more than just disagreeing on what to do...

    It was more than just disagreeing on what to do with the mutant they found. It also had to do with Xavier invading Namor's mind and inserting a construct as "therapist" who of course ended up going...
  8. Was out of town today, so I haven't picked up my...

    Was out of town today, so I haven't picked up my issue of Doom, much less read it. Will rectify that tomorrow. :)
  9. Byrrah died in the Jae Lee / Harras run. He was...

    Byrrah died in the Jae Lee / Harras run. He was sacrificed by the dark priest Socus, so his "magical" royal blood could open the gate to the prison holding Suma Ket.


    Which segues into some of...
  10. Yes ... but I can't imagine Namor as a diner cook...

    Yes ... but I can't imagine Namor as a diner cook in the 616. Definitely let us know if it is worth buying for Namor appearances, please.
  11. Samnee is sort of old school, like really old, as...

    Samnee is sort of old school, like really old, as in Milton Caniff and those guys. He's more comfortable in the more realistic adventure / noir stories than superheroes, IMO. I do think his Namor...
  12. Oh wow. Didn't even think of that. But yes,...

    Oh wow. Didn't even think of that. But yes, mixing ingredients would be horrible. Certainly there wouldn't be any sauces!

    Right! Good call on the thermal vents.
  13. Hmmm. Well, given the importance of fire to...

    Hmmm.

    Well, given the importance of fire to civilizations, the Atlanteans must have come up with an alternative, that may have allowed them to cook their food in a manner we are more familiar...
  14. Year of the Villain: Black Adam, and the Case...

    Year of the Villain: Black Adam, and the Case Against Superhero Monarchs

    So, here's an article on CBR that argues that at this time, we shouldn't have any ruling kings as superheroes, cause ......
  15. So, is this an alternate universe? Yes, I did...

    So, is this an alternate universe?

    Yes, I did notice the nod to Bill Everett. Plus the scallop shells, like on Namor's belt, on the chef's head covering.


    Boy, who wouldn't want Namor cooking...
  16. The GIFT!! I love that issue.

    The GIFT!! I love that issue.
  17. Namor is not misogynistic, quite the opposite. ...

    Namor is not misogynistic, quite the opposite. He's the only character at Marvel I know of to repeatedly pay respect to the influence and love of the women in his life. Nor has he ever treated Sue...
  18. So, I'm finally reading Dan Abnett's Aquaman...

    So, I'm finally reading Dan Abnett's Aquaman run.... and it makes me want to cry. There's so much world building going on in just the first 6 issues. It makes me again realize how much more DC...
  19. I love those early issues. Lots of supernatural...

    I love those early issues. Lots of supernatural threats and weirdness, even from the beginning. And there's poor Namor, again playing the ... prince in need of rescue. LOL!
  20. Love seeing these old photos of Golden Age...

    Love seeing these old photos of Golden Age comics, and Sub-Mariner comics in particular. IIRC, the oldest surviving Marvel comic page of art is one of Bill Everett's 'add on' pages for Namor's story...
  21. Oh, cool! That's the book that had all the ......

    Oh, cool! That's the book that had all the ... excitement about the Art Spielgman's pulled forward. I'll definitely check that video out when I get home. FB is kind of iffy at work. Thanks for...
  22. OMG. LOL! I love the little animations,...

    OMG. LOL! I love the little animations, especially the hand movements. It is SO getting added to the front page videos.
  23. Sorry I'm late to the party, but, happy birthday,...

    Sorry I'm late to the party, but, happy birthday, Abe!
  24. Well. I wasn't going to pick up this up, but I...

    Well. I wasn't going to pick up this up, but I may have to get a copy now. I didn't realize the artist was going to do Kirby panels and a direct retelling (though not quite a direct dialog) of the...
  25. LOL! That's a hilarious take on that!

    LOL!

    That's a hilarious take on that!
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