parasytefma's Namor: The First Mutant #1 - Royal Blood: Part 1 review

It's just a land-dweller's fantasy

I don't know too much about Namor. Now it looks like I'm going to have to looking into more of the stuff he's in. 
Another book in the "Curse of the Mutants" arc, it shows that even underwater vampires exist. Namor and other Atlantian warriors are in search for the head of Dracula hidden somewhere in the depths. Little do they know, a trap is about to be sprung.
Namor is probably one of the most interesting characters I have come across since I have been really paying attention to comics. Not too many heroes are underwater. It just comes to show that not every hero has to inhabit a big city or even a small suburb. Some of the greatest heroics can be found underwater.

Art: 5/5 (Just astounding. I love very realistic art.)

Writing: 5/5

Overall Interest: 5/5

I absolutely cannot wait for the second book later in September. One day before I turn 17! This will be a great gift for myself.

Posted by mightiness

I have a hard time believing this could be a five.

Posted by parasyteFMA
It's a 5 in my opinion. Everyone has different tastes.

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