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Warlord of Mars Dejah Thoris BD informations Tout sur la srie Warlord of Mars Dejah Thoris Martians live forever everyone knows that So what was Dejah Thoris doing all those hundreds of years before John Carter arrived? Four hundred years before the events of Warlord of Mars took place Dejah's nation of Helium was divided into two warring city states An unscrupulous overlord from afar encouraged that rivalry to his own Warlord of Mars Dejah Thoris Vol Colossus of Mars Warlord of Mars Dejah Thoris Vol Colossus of Mars Arvid Nelson Carlos Rafael Dynamite Entertainment Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en jour ou en magasin avec The Warlord of Mars ebook ePub Edgar Rice Burroughs The Warlord of Mars is the third science fiction novel in Burroughs' famous Barsoom series The princess Dejah Thoris John Carter's beloved wife has been captured by a nemesis bent not only on Carter's destruction but that of Mars as well It is up to Carter to unite the warring races of Mars in a race to avoid doomsday Voir toutes les caractristiues Tlcharger un extrait Feuilleter The Warlord of Mars | Encyclopedia Barsoomia Wiki The Warlord of Mars is a science fiction novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs the third of his famous Barsoom series Burroughs began writing it in June going through five working titles; Yellow Men of Barsoom The Fighting Prince of Mars Across Savage Mars The Prince of Helium and The War Lord of Mars The finished story was first published in All Story Magazine as a four part Warlord of Mars Dejah Thoris Volume Rise of the Warlord of Mars book Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers Having returned from Titan Dejah reunites with her Grandfather and Best Warlord of Mars images | John carter of Apr Explore Anita O Z's board Warlord of Mars on Pinterest See ideas about John carter of mars Comic art Fantasy art com Warlord of Mars eBook Burroughs The Warlord of Mars is the slimmest of the first three volumes in Burroughs's John Carter of Mars series but it is every bit as action packed as it. This story is a good example of court intrigue civil war maintained artificially and autocratic rule Of course it's bombastic overly simplistic and filled with scantily clad muscular people but if you can overlook these cosmetic aspects you have a fun story of war honor and betrayal437 years before John Carter arrived on Barsoom Great Jed Tardos Mors of Lesser Helium is close to defeating the opponent from the Greater Helium A unexpected arrival from an envoy of Yorn announces that Senneth Dor jeddak of Yorn and overlord of the twin cities wants hostilities to cease as his son Dor Valian an awkward young man to say the least is to marry princess Dejah Thoris This news comes as a surprise to everyone there and the wedding feast has the leaders of Lesser and Greater Helium wary of each other Senneth has a secret plan that will turn everyone against him but he discovered a destructive tool which can eradicate anyone who opposes himview spoilerThe true reason for the feast is for Senneth to declare his taking control of Helium Even Valian is taken by surprise when the guests are imprisoned and he starts to doubt his father Valian suspects that his father stole his reaserch on a long buried colossus that is now unearthed but is unable to do anything about it He decides to free Dejah who then frees her father and grandfather They also free the leader of Greater Helium even though they are enemiesThe Green horde has surrounded Helium but Senneth pulled inside the colossus gains control of it and obliterates the attackers His control of the war machine is not complete but he begins a campaign to kill all GreensDejah and the two leaders of Helium need allies but it's hard to convince them until they are attacked by the colossus which also reveals a traitor among themValian reunites with Dejah and creates a device which may be able to disrupt his father's connection with the colossus at which point Dejah will attack Valian falls in the attack but his father is killed and the defeat of the colossus makes the forces of Yorn surrender The two Heliums are finally united under one banner hide spoiler

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S predecessors Unlike the first two Carter novels there is no prologue from Edgar Rice Burroughs no preface to the following action from Carter to his nephew and guardian The action opens a few months after Carter deposed the fake goddess Warlord of Mars Attacks Volume Comic Vine Warlord of Mars Attacks last edited by pikahyper on PM The Warlord of Mars Townsend Library Edition The Warlord of Mars is the slimmest of the first three volumes in Burroughs's John Carter of Mars series but it is every bit as action packed as its predecessors Unlike the first two Carter novels there is no prologue from Edgar Rice Burroughs no preface to the following action from Carter to his nephew and guardian The action opens a few months after Carter deposed the fake goddess The Warlord of Mars Wikipedia The Warlord of Mars is a science fantasy novel by American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs the third of his Barsoom series Burroughs began writing it in June going through five working titles; Yellow Men of Barsoom The Fighting Prince of Mars Across Savage Mars The Prince of Helium and The War Lord of Mars Warlord of Mars Dejah Thoris Volume Rise of the Warlord of Mars book Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers Having returned from Titan Dejah reunites with her Grandfather and Serie John Carter of Mars Warlord of Mars BDNETCOM BDNETCOM John Carter of Mars Warlord of Mars Nouveauts Albums Comics Manga Jeunesse Tirages Objets Papeterie BD Jeux CD Magazines BD Les coups de cœur Albums Comics Manga Jeunesse Prvisions Albums Comics Manga Jeunesse Tirages Objets CD Les puiss en stock Albums Comics Manga Jeunesse Tirages Affiches Objets Warlord of Mars Fall of Barsoom Volume by Warlord of Mars book Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers years before the time of John Carter Barsoom is a dying wor JOHN CARTER WARLORD OF MARS Dynamite John Carter Warlord of Mars janvier Cover A Main Ed Benes; Cover B Variant Bart Sears; Cover C Variant Emanuela Lupacchino Les envahisseurs aliens ont conuis Barsoom le monde d'a. More like two and a half stars It was a perfectly cromulent adventure featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs Mars setting before John Carter arrived I suspect knowing the various Martian bits of terminology would help a bit but may not be essential uite frankly I am not sure why Dejah Thoris is so special here She doesn't really do much that was any extraordinary than many of the other characters and she didn't display much in the way of a distinctive personalityThough the artwork does stay true to Burrough's description of how little Dejah Thoris generally wears I think I've seen women covered up in some of HBO's racier dramas Burroughs does say she walks around or less naked but that doesn't change the fact it makes the book's purported protagonist look less like a princess of a great family and like a stripper It doesn't help that other women seem to wear than she does I know that's keeping true to the source material but it also doesn't really help much

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  • Warlord of Mars
  • Arvid Nelson
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  • 08 April 2018
  • 9781606902455

About the Author: Arvid Nelson

Arvid Nelson is an American comic book writer best known for the Rex Mundi series



10 thoughts on “Warlord of Mars

  1. says:

    By Dejah Thoris' gold nipple rings and skimpy micro bikini bottoms this title doesn't half demonstrate how constant TA can get a bit boring when it's you know constantDejah is in peril uickly bend over and stick your ass outDejah is pensive uickly pout lips and perform blow job faceDejah is kicking ass In a thong? Really?There's a fun action adventure story in here somewhere but as it stands the story part is a little underwhelming And I do wish she'd buy a few clothes Might make it fun when she takes some of them off again

  2. says:

    25 The nipple armor was a bit much but honestly it was the sign of the timesI love the Barsoom series it's one of those series that I grew up as a child and back then I didn't know about racism and sexism and all those things all I cared about was that the story was awesome the action was cool the heroes always won and the Princess was saved Here we get Dejah Thoris of her before John Carter and I am intrigued and interested I need to take off my 2018 glasses and judge this story for what it is trying to call backWorld However I do need to address the art the nipple armor is just simply too much I know this is a sword and sorcery series and this is par for the course for books like this Tarzan Conan and the like it was the era this was the pulp of the time The art is meh it's middle of the road nothing special there are a lot of uestionable poses for Dejah and the book tries so hard to not make her less of a sex object that the armor does but it doesn't succeed for all it's great fun adventuring this genre as a whole has it's issues The world building is actually uite solid it calls back to 'Princess of Mars' with the characters and it's a fun thing to see all the different pieces before Carter arrives I know it's not canon but it's still a fun stage for this story to play outStory Let's remove the scantily clad everybody t0 be fair the male were just as barely dressed but they didn't get those poses and get to the heart of the story a pulpy action adventure set on Barsoom how is it? Pretty fun It's basic it's straightforward and it does what it sets out to do a rip roaring time As I said you remove the art and Dejah is a solid character that's eual among the other characters I like the interesting lore they are digging up and using the easter eggs of the different Jeddacks which give me the feels A fun basic pulpy rideCharacters Dejah get's little introduction little development and is the star of the book She does have a little bit of personal voice but not a lot With 5 issues and so many characters and the plot being what it is there is not a lot of time for depth and that can be said for all the characters There is a reliance on past knowledge of the world and if you don't know there is no depth there I want depth from Dejah in the future I know she's still not very well developed in the Burroughs books but she is iconic and in a series focusing on her she deserve and needs it I had a good time I know the art is really ridiculous and yet I still loved it cause it brought back so many memories of me going to the library and taking these books out again and again Onward to the next book

  3. says:

    This story is a good example of court intrigue civil war maintained artificially and autocratic rule Of course it's bombastic overly simplistic and filled with scantily clad muscular people but if you can overlook these cosmetic aspects you have a fun story of war honor and betrayal437 years before John Carter arrived on Barsoom Great Jed Tardos Mors of Lesser Helium is close to defeating the opponent from the Greater Helium A unexpected arrival from an envoy of Yorn announces that Senneth Dor jeddak of Yorn and overlord of the twin cities wants hostilities to cease as his son Dor Valian an awkward young man to say the least is to marry princess Dejah Thoris This news comes as a surprise to everyone there and the wedding feast has the leaders of Lesser and Greater Helium wary of each other Senneth has a secret plan that will turn everyone against him but he discovered a destructive tool which can eradicate anyone who opposes himview spoilerThe true reason for the feast is for Senneth to declare his taking control of Helium Even Valian is taken by surprise when the guests are imprisoned and he starts to doubt his father Valian suspects that his father stole his reaserch on a long buried colossus that is now unearthed but is unable to do anything about it He decides to free Dejah who then frees her father and grandfather They also free the leader of Greater Helium even though they are enemiesThe Green horde has surrounded Helium but Senneth pulled inside the colossus gains control of it and obliterates the attackers His control of the war machine is not complete but he begins a campaign to kill all GreensDejah and the two leaders of Helium need allies but it's hard to convince them until they are attacked by the colossus which also reveals a traitor among themValian reunites with Dejah and creates a device which may be able to disrupt his father's connection with the colossus at which point Dejah will attack Valian falls in the attack but his father is killed and the defeat of the colossus makes the forces of Yorn surrender The two Heliums are finally united under one banner hide spoiler

  4. says:

    Just like that John Carter movie The story was okay The art was okay Generally a nice sci fi read

  5. says:

    Playing in a world created by George Lucas – like Dark Horse Comics has done with its STAR WARS line for over two decades – is one thing Basically you’re taking an artistic property that was created with building a popular culture audience already in mind and spinning independent stories starring their favorite characters Like I implied it’s an established property with some terrific brand recognition so there’s already a built in audience I don’t say that to diminish any contributions of any writer or artist whatsoever; I just think that to a certain degree it’s a bit easier because those people places and events have been fairly heavily fleshed out by blockbuster motion pictures already There’s a solid foundation upon which to consult and buildPlaying in a world created by legendary scribe Edgar Rice Burroughs that has little name recognition beyond fandom AND the association of what many saw as a heavily flawed big budget film? That’s another thing entirely If WARLORD OF MARS DEJAH THORIS is any indication then I suspect there’s than one way to skin a CalotNOTE The following review will contain minor spoilers necessary solely for the discussion of plot andor characters If you’re the type of reader who prefers a review entirely spoiler free then I’d encourage you to skip down to the last three paragraphs for my final assessment If however you’re accepting of a few modest hints at ‘things to come’ then read on Set over four centuries before the time period of Walt Disney’s JOHN CARTER the ongoing monthly DEJAH THORIS comic shows us the world of Helium warring within its various tribes As often happens in times of war there are fragile ‘ceasefires’ put into motion by any series of events and that’s how this volume opens the all high Yorn declares a cessation of hostilities between the various people However once these various rulers and princes are drawn to Yorn’s castle – where even Dejah herself gets promised to Yorn’s chubby son Valian as part of the terms for ending the conflict – it becomes very clear that ulterior motives are at playFor those who might be uestioning how it’s even possible that Dejah Thoris would even be around four hundred years before John Carter I can answer that simply Martians by their nature are essentially immortal They only die when they’re slain so this story as conceived by Arvid Nelson is entirely plausible even probable given what we know about the political and social structure of Barsoom aka Mars And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with taking this approach so far as I’m concerned there’s a respectable amount of background provided in the Burroughs’ books those that I’m familiar with so the field is a vastly open place upon which to play out some terrific adventuresThe uestion remains is “this” a story worth telling?Unfortunately I’ll leave my answer a bit nebulous mostly because I’d rather not spoil the overall arch of it Though for those truly interested in knowing I have penned reviews for each of the individual issues which do address some of the particulars and I encourage you to seek them out here on or over at Lunch I will say that I thought much of DEJAH THORIS to be a bit of a creative misfire it would seem Nelson and his crew haven’t uite decided which potential version of the John Carter universe they’d rather occupy – that of the books or that stemming from the Walt Disney movie Thematically much of THORIS feels like it’s giving a nod to the Mouse House – the drama is very simple and not very elegant given the dynamics of what could’ve been done; and the art style feels unnecessarily ‘clean’ with bright tones and dark lines much akin to animation geared toward younger viewers If that is the case then why are all of Dejah’s ample ahem assets on full display? She appears bra less in any circumstance not that Martian princesses wear bras with her bosoms only shielded from full display with nipple adornments It’s a deliciously grown up depiction for a story so elementary and I’m not certain that’s the way to goStill the tale feels almost ‘classical’ in structure the kind of thing reverential of Burroughs’ world and that alone interests me enough to continue reading until such a time as I grow weary of all the cheeseWARLORD OF MARS DEJAH THORIS #3 Volume 1 is published by Dynamite Entertainment For those needing it spelled out perfect this is a trade paperback which collects the first five issues of the DEJAH THORIS ongoing comic book The story is written by Arvid Nelson; the artwork is drawn by Carlos Rafael; with coloring provided by Carlos Lopez; and the lettering is done by Marshall Dillon If it’s special features you’re looking for then you’ve got something to look forward to indeed there’s a terrific collection of artwork much of which is alternate comic books covers along with some sketches and a terrifically comprehensive rundown from artist Joe Jusko on just how he approaches the legendary princess Nice job Dynamite It all comes with a cover price of 1699 but I’ve seen it available for much cheaper online from other vendorsRECOMMENDED Although it would be easy to dismiss WARLORD OF MARS DEJAH THORIS VOLUME 1 with a hearty “nothing to see here” – stylistically it adds very little to the world of comicdom; and given the fact that it takes years centuries before the legitimate canonical saga of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ John Carter series of novels However I liked it well enough on a straight read thru to give it a thumbs up just not one as enthusiastic as I had initially hoped The artwork is much too ‘clean’ for my tastes making it appear like Saturday morning fare for children but given the prevalence of about as close to male and female nudity as one can get that’s horribly misdirected If you’re going to pen stories skewed toward adults in any way then got all of your oars in the water and deliver that instead of something that feels dumbed down for a wider audience Who knows? Maybe it’ll grow into something than the typical cheese though there’s nothing wrong with ogling Dejah so long as she’s okay with itIn the interests of fairness I’m pleased to disclose that I’ve repeatedly contacted the fine folks at Dynamite Comics in hopes to arrange for reader copies of WARLORD OF MARS DEJAH THORIS; however the company apparently does not recognize nor cooperate with reuests from new media outlets

  6. says:

    More like two and a half stars It was a perfectly cromulent adventure featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs Mars setting before John Carter arrived I suspect knowing the various Martian bits of terminology would help a bit but may not be essential uite frankly I am not sure why Dejah Thoris is so special here She doesn't really do much that was any extraordinary than many of the other characters and she didn't display much in the way of a distinctive personalityThough the artwork does stay true to Burrough's description of how little Dejah Thoris generally wears I think I've seen women covered up in some of HBO's racier dramas Burroughs does say she walks around or less naked but that doesn't change the fact it makes the book's purported protagonist look less like a princess of a great family and like a stripper It doesn't help that other women seem to wear than she does I know that's keeping true to the source material but it also doesn't really help much

  7. says:

    Two warring states of upper and lesser Helium unit for the wedding engagement of Dejah Thoris to the kings son Jeddak however it is all a set up to destroy the state's of Helium by the king Add in a giant monster green horde race and treachery and this is a fun uick read with great art The plot is nothing new but it moves the story along at a fun a paceThe art interior art work is beautiful by Carlos Rafael and Carlos Lopez The covers by Joe Jusko is simply amazing Some people have negative opinions on the art style Yes this book has a lot of skin showing in the skimpy outfits However it is not just Dejah showing off her body it is the men too The body types are not realistic But this is also not a realistic comic book It is an action sci fi story Don't take it too seriously and enjoy the ride

  8. says:

    uite The GalAs a kid I always had a weakness for comic books andscience fiction and now with a lot of interesting comics showing up in kindle I am once again under their spell dejah thoris is acharacter from the Edgar Rice Burroughs Mars novels Here we get some of her back story and it's adoozy Excellent if somewhat sexist illustration

  9. says:

    TremendousI'll be honest I haven't liked most of dynamites run on Burroughs work But this Arvid Nelson did a great job as did the artist This is a superb story that rings true off Barsoom The characters are dynamic and leap off the page Well worth reading

  10. says:

    Lots of scantily clad girls but a good story and amazing art makes the reading effortless and very interesting

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