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Namor's war with the undersea vampires, the Aqueos, gets even treacherous as a seer reveals that these enemies have ties to Atlantis' royal lineage. The Good Ever since that one story in the classic Moore/Bissette run on Saga of the Swamp Thing, I've always been intrigued by the notion of undersea vampires who're even more twisted and perverted than their land-based cousins. So it's interesting to see this archetypal, legendary figure taking on creatures he doesn't quite understand. The booke...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
I have to say that based on issue #1 I was really looking forward to this issue. But it seems like not much progress was made in the story til the very end and the appearance half way through of Emma Frost and company was a little pointless. I felt like it was just thrown in, meaningless. There is some great art mixed in with far too many character sketches over white backgrounds. As much as I really enjoy the detailed art here. I wish they would have taken the same attitude toward t...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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