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Namor: Conquered Shores #5 (of 5)

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Based on 5 critic ratings.

Who will survive in this fallen world?

Who will rebuild it?


The machines?

A long-suffering humankind?

Namor faces off against the Original Human Torch one last time… and then his own underwater empire.

In the end, will anything be left to rule on these conquered shores?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
21 pages
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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    I don’t want to discuss the details of the plot very much – there’s a revelation there that needs to be read for the gravity to be truly enjoyed as well as for the significance of Namor’s ultimate lesson to be fully appreciated, but what Cantwell does really well here is give readers Namor as a leader in his final form. This Namor is wise, thoughtful, and still imperious, but ready to have learned from his past to build towards a new future. The final panels of this story are some of the most beautiful I’ve read in some time, a beautiful and hopeful full circle moment that genuinely had me in tears as the true nature of the idea of doom is explored – and not necessarily one of gloom.

  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Namor: Conquered Shores #5 is a stunning finale. The writing is phenomenal, and the heaviness of almost every page provides weight. The art is impactful and atmospheric. Just a spark of light in a dying world of darkness makes it all worth it.

  • 80

    Un Cómic Más

    This comic shows the evolution and redemption of all of Namor’s terrible past deeds. Although in the end he feels somewhat rushed.

    It is full of lighting, always bright, showing all the details without hiding anything, it is an extremely neat art.

  • 75

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: An entertaining character study of Namor that comes to an abrupt conclusion that felt a little clunky and too fast. The confrontation between Namor and Attuma was good, but everything was revealed too quickly and without Namor putting anything together himself. The story also felt like there was no real resolution to the conflict while wrapping everything up in a message of hope that was too sentimental at best.

    The Art: Ferry delivers some great art filled with emotion that complements the tone of the story.

  • 65

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Namor: Conquered Shores #5 concludes the limited run with jaw-dropping art, dramatic moments, and a few surprises. However, the ending ignores most of the problems made worse by the adventure, so your satisfaction with the conclusion may fall short.

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