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Dane Whitman

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emerick man 
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Subj: Easy to write, hard to draw
Posted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 at 04:14:45 am EST (Viewed 11 times)
Reply Subj: Rate Namor -as an Avenger- from 1 to 10... [Trebek Spoiler]
Posted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 at 08:33:20 am EST (Viewed 233 times)

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How would you rate Namor -as an Avenger- on a scale of 10?

Alex Trebek would probably give him a 10/10! Watch Jeopardy on March 1st and waited for the Youtube clip to be posted. He said the Sub-Mariner was his favorite comic book character when he talked to Joe about his 25,000+ comic book collection. Joe Friedman, from Charlotte, NC. Fun fact and good PR for Marvel, eh? \:\) How long before the King of Atlantis gets his own book again?
http://fikklefame.com/final-jeopardy-3-1-17/
http://thejeopardyfan.com/2017/03/quick-recap-todays-final-jeopardy-3-1-2017.html
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nb. Also, saw this Namor related Golden Age page https://pixhost.org/show/37/37910534_sub_mariner_36_10.jpg with an underwater race that looked (coincidentally?) just like (Plodex) Marrina. What post-FF#1 books have had this race included?



I miss Dad & Dan.

I love Namor. I don't even think it is that hard to write good Namor. Stern, Johns, Bendis, Hickman, Fraction all gave us some sweet Namor moments, based around the simplicity of the character. I don't mean that in any bad way. Throw him into a team of Avengers that has no other flyers and I think he would work very well. Ever notice how hard it is to draw a convincing Namor? Maleev made him into a rat man. Most artists flatted his head too much for my liking. I'm better with writers than artists, but i think it was Deodato that nailed it.


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