Going to Saturn
WARLORD OF MARS IS GOING TO SATURN!
In Dejah Thoris issue 18, DEJAH THORIS GOES TO SATURN
and could these saturnians be the mysterious invaders from warlord of mars number 5?
Burroughs never mentioned saturn in his works! We dont know what the barsoomians would call the world! Darsoom? Grasoom? Zasoom? Marsoom? Fisoom?
And I wonder what the native saturnians call their world, in the official barsoom books Jupiter had a landscape resembling that of hell . . . and a general hellish theme, perhaps saturn has an ANGELIC THEME!
I cant wait too see
I suggest dynamite comics let fans vote on the BARSOOMIAN name for saturn, (but not for hte native saturnians name for their world)
remember dynamite, each world needs TWO NAMES, one given by the inhabitants of barsoom, and one the natives of the world have for their planet.
DONT BE AFRAID TO GO TO OTHER PLACES
here is a list of candidates in the solar system for stories to take place on
Io, callisto, europa, titan, triton, ganyemede, pluto, eris, ceres, mercury
AND LET US NOT FORGET, MARS' SECOND MOON DEIMOS (Known to barsoom as CLUROS)
WHICH, I might add . . . has been basically confirmed as having its own native peoples in the books! LIKEWISE WITH MERCURY, WHICH IS ALSO SAID TO HAVE ITS OWN PEOPLES!
just dont go to venus, those burroughs books are not in the public domain :P
gah, just do me a favor and railroad through the current story-arch . . . and get to saturn XD
HERE IS AN IDEA
let us vote on what the native saturnians look like too
have the artist draw them as basic mannequin-esque humanoids . . . let us votre on how they will look show 3-4 variations and have your fans vote
okay . . . . appearently the people of saturn are vampires . . . huh?
and vampires capable of infecting other people . . . huh? does that mean there is a race that they infect there though?
this is confuving
It's too bad ERB's "Skeleton Men of Jupiter" is still under copyright; I'd have loved to see Dynamite finish that story, which was intended as the first of a quartet of stories that would eventually be collected as a book. Great beginning, but it leaves you hanging.