Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars, Volume 1: Red Meat

Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars Volume Red Meat Deadly appetites for power and flesh threaten the life of Dejah Thoris the proud princess of distant Mars Intent on shattering the fragile peace between her red skinned people and his green skinned s

  • Title: Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars, Volume 1: Red Meat
  • Author: Mark Rahner Lui Antonio Ludwig Nagl
  • ISBN: 9781606904732
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Paperback
  • Deadly appetites for power and flesh threaten the life of Dejah Thoris, the proud princess of distant Mars Intent on shattering the fragile peace between her red skinned people and his green skinned species, the brutal Voro kidnaps Dejah away to his underground hideaway But it s not a ransom from her lover John Carter that this rogue Thark is after Voro is a butchDeadly appetites for power and flesh threaten the life of Dejah Thoris, the proud princess of distant Mars Intent on shattering the fragile peace between her red skinned people and his green skinned species, the brutal Voro kidnaps Dejah away to his underground hideaway But it s not a ransom from her lover John Carter that this rogue Thark is after Voro is a butcher by trade, and for the Green Men who never lost their taste for red meat, the flesh of Heliumite women is always in demand Unless she can break free from his slaughterhouse, the incomparable Dejah Thoris will become the rarest of delicacies

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  • Okay, first off, I have a confession to make. I haven't read any of the Edgar Rice Burroughs Barsoom novels in a very long time, and honestly don't remember much about them. I know that I enjoyed them, back in the day, but I'm not what you would call a hardcore fan. So, when I spotted Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars Volume 1, it was really nothing more than a whim that made me revisit the world.To be honest, while it was an okay read, I didn't feel like it was anything special. It didn't [...]


  • Not quite sure what to think here. The basic plot of the story seemed pretty good. The art was well done but many of the panels were so dark that I had a hard time making out what was going on, and I couldn't always follow the tale from panel to panel. Part of that is probably because I don't read a lot of comic book work. I also prefer my John Carter to be leaner, but I know the steroid style bodybuilder form is popular now. The print font seemed awfully small to me too, but that could be partl [...]


  • I've followed Dynamite Entertainment's various comic series based upon "Warlord on Mars" and this is one of the better adventures I've come across in a while. The last volumes I perused had Dejah Thoris, one of the main characters, really not doing much of anything and being something of a damsel in distress in environments that really went for show rather than being anything remotely that I could believe. Suffice to say, I was more than disappointed perusing those.Thankfully, that changes with [...]


  • Bit of a funny business, pasties. If you cover up all the naughty bits just right, with nothing off color peeking through, it appears to be more acceptable than not. Which is why the some of the cover artists have made two identical copies of their covers, one of which risquely feature no pasties. But I deviate. Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars is not only a prepubescent fantasy drawn out in gorgeous slathers of ink, it is also a scantily clad story about female empowerment. Even Princesse [...]


  • 'Did she detour for a drink with her female friends? They do love to talk.' So women are gossiping alcoholics. Feminists, go get 'em! But really, the story adds a great deal of depth to the aftermath of the Red and Green alliance under Carter and Tars. Even though the two peoples are now equal partners, some remember the hatred felt during the war and choose to act with hatred from the shadows.The Green Voro kidnaps Dejah before a ceremony. He imprisons her with other women and intends to mutila [...]


  • There is a universal message in this rather gruesome tale. Even in times of peace not everyone agrees to act peacefully and forget the past nor do they want peace and move forward. Dejah is kidnapped and put in a dungeon with other people who are having their body parts removed as food on the black market. Yet, this people are still alive until all their body parts are harvested. Gruesome. Of course, Dejah escapes in exciting adventure sequences. This book has a brilliant comment about positive [...]


  • Based on the classic Barsoom series by Edgar Rice Burroughs, this is a spin-off starring John Carter's warlord princess wife Dejah Thoris. This book is a tad gratuitous in the same manner that a Vampirella or Lady Death comic usually is, but not so over the top that I would consider this a mature read. While this is a simple 5 issue revenge story, I liked it enough to seek some more titles in the series out on Comixology - here's hoping they do it well. I always like Dynamite;'s take on classic [...]


  • Dejah Thoris is in herself a cool character - a strong and confident female adventurer heroine. But this volume begins really disturbing, with dismembered almost-naked female torsos. That's a bit rough, and not what I expected, even though it is a part of the greater story. I hope the next volumes will be much better, but this one was a chocking introduction.


  • When I was a boy, I read a fair amount of what one might call vintage Science Fiction. Sure, I’d also read some of the more contemporary stuff for that time (mid-1970’s to mid-1980’s), but for a whole number of reasons that modern stuff didn’t stick with me, not in the way the classics did. In the classics, the characters all seemed a bit larger-than-life. It was far easier for my young mind to imagine John Carter gallivanting around the Martian landscape than it ever was a 70’s-era as [...]


  • Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars Vol. 1: Red Meat is a science fiction story based on the eleven-book Barsoom series starring John Carter and Dejah Thoris. The first book was published in 1912 and the last was in 1964. As a fan of the author, I read all eleven of these books while I was in high school and personally own 62 book by Edgar Rice Burroughs. For a long time, he was my favorite author and John Carter was one of my favorite characters. I was very excited in 2012 when Disney releas [...]


  • This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 1.75 stars.It wasn't too long ago that I reviewed a different title in the Dejah Thoris series (Warlord of Mars Dejah Thoris).  I had requested this volume before I had reviewed the previous book.  The good news is: this is better than the previous Dejah Thoris book I reviewed.  The bad news is: not by much.This is still nothing more than pre-pubescent porn -- the sort of book a young teenaged boy, who can't figure out how to [...]


  • Dejah Thoris is the princess of Mars from the books by Edgar Rice Burroughs. In this graphic novel, Dejah and her people of Helium and the green skinned monstrous looking Thark race have come to a truce. It is a time of peace and Dejah and John Carter are getting ready to celebrate. On a peacekeeping tour, Dejah is kidnapped by Voro, a Thark bent on a gruesome goal.Voro is a butcher. Rather than any reward or ransom he thinks he could get, his plans are to sell parts of Dejah to the highest bidd [...]


  • I posted my full review of this over on my blog, The Itinerant Librarian. Click (or copy/paste to your browser) the link below to read the review. Link: itinerantlibrarian/2014/02/booknote-dejah-thoris-and-green-men-ofml


  • Una nueva proyección al universo de Barsoom realizada por Dynamite, donde la muy interesante premisa - el tráfico ilegal de hombres rojos para su consumo - se estanca en un guión que se atropella cada tanto y un dibujo que no ayuda a la fluidez. Daba para mucho más.



  • Incredibly, no insanely bad. In fact even though the Warlord of Mars/Dejah Thoris-series have been of declining quality for some time, this one was so bad I want to forget even having read it.


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