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Posted June 22, 2013
Geoff Johns managed to take a character that was drowning in his own puns and denial, and reshape him into a force to be reckoned with once more. The first volume focused entirely on Aquaman coming to terms with both the literal and fictional torment and ridicule the character faces while searching for the silver lining that could redefine him. By this second volume, he's starting to see that he's more than "just the guy who talks to fish" and someone who has not only a deep history, but a darker one that he attempts to harmonize with in his current attempts at re-branding himself as a different kind of Hero. This book builds on the Lore and History of Aquaman/Atlantis/Black Manta, and continues to develop the main characters moral compass, focus, and responsibilities.
Geoff Johns run on this series is a Novel with pretty pictures backed up by the talent of Reis and Prado; there's a ton of depth in a thickening plot as Johns takes an underrated and abused character and establishes him once again as a front-liner.
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Posted October 11, 2013
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