Night Thrasher #11
Issue(s): Night Thrasher #11
The first portion opens with Night Thrasher in the pre-Civil War South, and it's pretty graphic about it.
Night Thrasher jumps in to rescue the runaway slave, but he's caught and the cliffhanger for this chapter is him about to get lynched.
The Silhouette portion has her at the Dragon's Breadth Temple in Kampuchea/Cambodia. Unlike Night Thrasher, she's arrived without her costume.
She allows herself to be captured, and meets a young Tai.
The third portion features Namorita (i know: i should be calling her Kymaera). I thought the idea for her portion would be to explore the ancient Atlantean warriors whose DNA was mixed to create her (as recently revealed in New Warriors #44). But that doesn't seem to be the case.
We begin with a small tribe of primitive Atlanteans in a village called Skar-Ka led by a Warlord Attumacht.
Attumacht has apparently invented the battleaxe.
They are at war with the villagers of Sera Thet. Namorita is working with them.
She teaches the Sera Thet villagers to set up traps and defense, but she's shocked to learn that the villagers are looking forward to wiping out their enemies, not just defending themselves.
In the final two pages of the issue, the Sphinx learns that Sphinx II has survived the energy drain and is fending off a hostile takeover of her business.
The art throughout the issue is pretty terrible, and the chapters are too short to do the stories any justice.
Quality Rating: D
Chronological Placement Considerations: This is part two of Time and Time Again. Part three is in Nova #6.
Crossover: Time and Time Again
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
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