Marvel Comics series Namor: The First Mutant is ending with June's issue #11, as confirmed by writer Stuart Moore in an interview published Tuesday at CBR.The series was first announced in May and debuted in August, with the initial arc tying in to the X-Men storyline "Curse of the Mutants." Stuart Moore wrote all 11 issues, joined by Ariel Olivetti and others on art. Newsarama talked to Moore about Namor shortly after the original announcement, and earlier this year before the start of the "Namor Goes to Hell" story arc. For the month of February, Namor: The First Mutant was the only Marvel ongoing series not part of the kid-centric "Marvel Adventures" line that had lower reported sales numbers than Spider-Girl, which is also ending in June. Here's Marvel's solicitation for the final issue: NAMOR: THE FIRST MUTANT #11
Written by STUART MOORE
Penciled by CARLOS RODRIGUEZ
Cover by ARIEL OLIVETTI
“THE FIRE DOWN BELOW” Conclusion
To save both Atlantis and Utopia, Namor must sacrifice the most precious thing in the world to him. Little does he know, an even bigger threat is upon him...as well as the hardest decision he’s ever had to make.
32 PGS./Rated T+ ...$2.99