When exactly we'll get to see a movie featuring Namor The Sub-Mariner is unclear, but when the character does eventually reach the big screen, here's hoping he looks a little something like this! There's an otherworldly quality to the character here, and it easily distinguishes him from how I imagine Jason Momoa's Aquaman. Artist Rob Csiki explains how he went about creating this take on the iconic Bill Everett creation: "I created this piece based on one of my favorite Marvel characters growing up. Namor the Sub-Mariner. This character has been around since the late 1930's. There have been rumors on and off for years about a cinematic version of the guy. I decided to design a version of him that I would want to see on-screen. Off-worldly, exotic, intense. A guy you wouldn't want to cross on the street or underwater!" You can see more of Rob's amazing art by heading on over to his Facebook page by clicking here. Be sure to give it a "Like" so you can stay up to date with his work, including amazing pieces such as this.
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