John Carter: Warlord of Mars #11

John Carter: Warlord of Mars #11

Writer: Ron Marz, Ian Edginton Artist: Ariel Medel Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: September 23, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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John Carter and Dejah Thoris discover what may well be the key to repairing the dying atmosphere of Mars. But the long-lost technology of the White Martians is not only protected by deadly robots, it's also being sought by other agents who will stop at nothing to retrieve it. John and Dejah might well save Mars, but only if they can save themselves! The start of a two-part story that could change Mars forever!

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    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Sep 23, 2015

    With a strong interest in the property but a difficult time finding it accessible, this issue feels like it opened up the world a crack for me and has allowed me in. I don't expect it to last, simply because there is such a large and rich history that will be used either in this story or subsequent ones that will have me feeling lost once again. This issue kicks off a new arc and Marz and Edginton work it well in making it feel creepy and part of something larger and unsettling as it introduces the ruins, the main cast and those new to the book at this point. Medel's art definitely fits the design of the book and the world well and his artwork is really elevated nicely by the color design from Nanjan Jamberi, a rare book from Dynamite where it feels like their digital design for colors works in its favor. I'm definitely interested in keeping with this arc and have hopes that it might be something I can segue into other installments with. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Harrison Rawdin Sep 23, 2015

    John Carter: Warlord of Mars #11 is another really good entry that easilyearnsa spot on your pull-list. If you're a fan of the character prior to this or if you're just starting to get to know hisworld this is a sound place to start. So by all means go grab a copy! Read Full Review

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