Fathom Volume 2: Into The Deep




      Fathom Volume 2: Into The Deep
Worlds collide when the might of the bloodthirsty Admiral Maylander and the United States military declare war on the Blue civilizations nestled deep under the ocean s surface Following the classic events of the original Fathom series, the second thrilling volume finds underwater biologist Aspen Matthews struggling to accept the startling reality of her true identity All in the midst of an all out war between the humans and the Blue Collecting for the first time the sold out Fathom Beginnings and Zero issue, as well as issues 1 though 11. Free Download Fathom Volume 2: Into The Deep author Michael Layne Turner For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Comic Book Artist He studied pre medicine at the University of Tennessee, and then moved to Aspen, Colorado, and later San Diego, where he taught martial arts, became an award winning water skier, and began drawing comic books In 1994, he was hired by Top Cow Productions in Century City, California, where he was the co creator of Witchblade , a comic about a voluptuous female detective who fights evil with the aid of a mystical weapon that attaches itself to her arm and gives her superpowers Turner later founded Aspen MLT, a Santa Monica publishing company that created online comic adaptations for the NBC television series Heroes and titles including Fathom , a deep sea story about a female superhero He was also a regular cover artist for Superman Batman and The Flash Turner s work was in demand for special editions and similar projects, and he drew covers for DC Comics Justice League and Marvel s Civil War The milestone 500th issue of Uncanny X Men , released in July, 2008, featured one of Turner s special edition covers He died of complications from chondrosarcoma, a form of bone cancer he had begun treatment for in 2000.

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      Fathom Volume 2: Into The Deep
 [ By ] Michael Layne Turner [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Fathom Volume 2: Into The Deep
  • Michael Layne Turner
  • 16 December 2019
  • 0977482138

10 thoughts on “ Fathom Volume 2: Into The Deep

  1. Kite Johnson says:

    As Fathom moves into volume two, the series takes a turn by covering a subject both topical when it was published and one that splits the focus away from its main attraction That subject is war and it is for the fate of their entire race, both the Blue and the Black, beneath the surface of the oceans Though volume one did a good job of introducing us to the world Michael Turner created, it is with this second volume that things pick up and become truly exciting It not only captures the reader As Fathom moves into volume two, the series takes a turn by covering a subject both topical when it was published and one that splits the focus away from its main attraction That subject is war and it is for the fate of their entire race, both the Blue and the Black, beneath the surface of the oceans Though volume one did a good job of introducing us to the world Michael Turner created, it is with this second volume that things pick up and become truly exciting It not only captures the reader s interest, but it holds it with widescreen action and drama that is emotional and impactful.War Messy business no matter how you look at it Aspen, Cannon, Brande, Siphon, Kiani and the rest of our band are now faced with the most difficult situation they have ever faced Battling Kill...

  2. 47Time says:

    This comic has some of the most detailed and beautiful art you can find, but often it s hard to tell what s going on The 2 page panels are the worst in this regard and the smaller panels aren t far off While the character poses may be attractive, they don t always reflect the dialogue.The story takes a heavy toll on my concentration, so the writing, while detailed and expansive, is anything but accessible There are a lot of references to other miniseries in the Fathom universe, so this volume This comic has some of the most detailed and beautiful art you can find, but often it s hard to tell what s g...

  3. Lori says:

    I love Turner s art style, but his storytelling leaves a great deal to be desired At this point in the series world, Turner had turned over much of the issue grind work to other employees, save for the covers typically There was some effort ma...

  4. Elle Limburg says:

    A great follow up to the first collective edition, I can t wait to read through the third Aspen s realization of her inability to separate her two worlds is by far one of the most emotional points of the series so far.

  5. Kerry says:

    It s been awhile since I read volume 1 so I will have to go and visit it again I love Michael Turner

  6. Susan says:

    2nd series of Aspen after Michael Turner may he rest in peace split from Top Cow Image and started the Aspen MLT comic line I have this in the individual comic issues

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