Decades: Marvel in the 40s - The Human Torch vs. the Sub-Mariner

[Epub] Decades: Marvel in the 40s - The Human Torch vs. the Sub-Mariner By Bill Everett – Johndore.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 232 pages
  • Decades: Marvel in the 40s - The Human Torch vs. the Sub-Mariner
  • Bill Everett
  • English
  • 02 January 2018
  • 1302916580

About the Author: Bill Everett

William Blake Everett, aka Bill Everett, was a comic book writer artist best known for creating Namor the Sub Mariner as well as co creating Zombie and Daredevil with writer Stan Lee for Marvel Comics He was a descendant of the poet William Blake and of Richard Everett, founder of Dedham, Massachusetts.


Decades: Marvel in the 40s - The Human Torch vs. the Sub-MarinerCelebrate 80 Years Of Marvel Comics, Decade By Decade Beginning With The First Two Superstars Of The Flying Forties The Original Human Torch And Namor The Sub Mariner Get Along As Well As Fire And Water, And Several Of Timely S Greatest Comics Feature The Twin Titans Clashing In Fantastic Feature Length Fisticuffs A Rivalry For The Ages Is Born When Namor, Mistreated By The Surface World, Attacks New York And The Torch Stands In His Way As WWII Rages, Namor Decides To Obtain Peace By Flooding The Planet Can The Torch And His Young Sidekick Toro Bring Namor Back To His Senses They D Better Because The Nazis Are On The Attack, And The Two Golden Age Arch Rivals Must Put Their Differences Aside And Unite Against A Common Foe COLLECTING MATERIAL FROM MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS 7 10 HUMAN TORCH COMICS 5B, 8, 10

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10 thoughts on “Decades: Marvel in the 40s - The Human Torch vs. the Sub-Mariner

  1. Marian | Estoypensandoenlibros says:

    No est mal Para la poca es un comic bueno Pero lamentablemente en esa poca se relataba absolutamente todo, hasta acciones que eran obvias Por ejemplo En un cuadro se ve a La antorcha humana d ndole un golpe a un villano y arriba se lee y La antorcha humana le da un golpe a fulano y como que eso lo vuelve tedioso porque estaba ya aclarado en la imagen Pero eso es propio de la poca claro est Despu s la historia esta muy buena porque toca un tema que para esa fecha era importante la No est mal Para la poca es un comic bueno Pero lamentablemente en esa poca se relataba absolutamente todo, hasta acciones que eran obvias Por ejemplo En un cuadro se ve a La antorcha humana d ndole un golpe a un villano y arriba se lee y La antorcha humana le da un golpe a fulano y como que eso lo vuelve tedioso porque estaba ya aclarado en la imagen Pero eso es propio de la poca claro est Despu s la historia esta muy buena porque toca un tema que para esa fecha era importante la segunda guerra mundial en el cual La antorcha humana se enfrenta a Hitler En general es un comic bueno pero sin demasiados argumentos No es taaan divertido Pero si es necesario leerlo si son amantes de los c mics

  2. Ian says:

    This is a wonderful collection of various golden age stories where the Human Torch and Namor battled each other It includes their first fight, which is the historic first cross over story in comic history The characters are fun and the art is nicely restored These are stronger golden age stories for their emphasis on serialized multipart epics The push for huge scale and a massive body count Namor goes to war with the whole world in one of them and nearly wins In another, the Human Torch i This is a wonderful collection of various golden age stories where the Human Torch and Namor battled each other It includes their first fight, which is the historic first cross over story in comic history The characters are fun and the art is nicely restored These are stronger golden age stories for their emphasis on serialized multipart epics The push for huge scale and a massive body count Namor goes to war with the whole world in one of them and nearly wins In another, the Human Torch is mind controlled by a Nazi and unleashed on America, burning and killing people by the score These are classic and exciting super hero comics and hold up surprisingly well