Aquaman Volume 1: The Trench (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)

Aquaman Volume 1: The Trench (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)

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Aquaman Volume 1: The Trench (NOOK Comics with Zoom View) by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis

The King of the Seven Seas Aquaman returns to his very own ongoing series for the first time in years at the hands of DC Entertainment Chief Creative Office Geoff Johns, who reteams with GREEN LANTERN collaborator artist Ivan Reis! Between proving himself to a world that sees him as a joke, Aquaman and his bride Mera face off against a long buried terror from the depths of the ocean!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781401240585
Publisher: DC Comics
Publication date: 09/11/2012
Series: The New 52
Sold by: DC Comics
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 144
Sales rank: 186,193
File size: 92 MB
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About the Author

Geoff Johns is Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment. He has written highly acclaimed stories starring Superman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Teen Titans and The Justice Society of America. He is the author of the New York Times bestselling graphic novels GREEN LANTERN: RAGE OF THE RED LANTERNS, GREEN LANTERN: SINESTRO CORPS WAR, JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA: THY KINGDOM COME and SUPERMAN: BRAINIAC, and is the author of DC Comics' biggest, most recent events, BLACKEST NIGHT and BRIGHTEST DAY. Johns has also written episodes of the TV series Smallville and Robot Chicken. He is writing the story of the DC Universe Online massively multiplayer action game from Sony Online Entertainmen

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Aquaman Vol. 1: The Trench (The New 52) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Story was a lot better than I expected and the artwork is fantastic. Normally I do not read Aquaman much but will definitely be looking forward to the next one. I highly recommend this.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All I can say is that I am a growing fan of Aquaman. This story along with the artwork are incredible.
Evyla52 More than 1 year ago
Geoff Johns does Aquaman justice!!!! Does not disappoint!!!
Parsifal86 More than 1 year ago
A smart rewrite of a long belittled super hero free of the "anti hero" gimickery of many rewrites
ioniccharge More than 1 year ago
Aquaman finally the respect he deserves from the writing to the art this a trully new era for a hero keeps getting the short end of the stick
Anonymous 6 months ago
I enjoyed this! Aquaman is so underrated...leaves off on a great cliffhanger too!
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Wolffen More than 1 year ago
This story brought me back to reading comics after several years. There was enough mystery to keep me entertained even as they introduced new characters into the Aquaman mythos. I thought the art was pretty good too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Title says it all
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A strong start to the new line, the story and art both well exceeded my expectations.
coffeephilosopher More than 1 year ago
I'm enjoying this new Aquaman, reviving him from relative obscurity. It's not as good as the New 52 Batman, but better than the New 52 Action Comics.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Aquamans ol lady? With the long red hair?Mera?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don't Look Back Prologue My mother, Freesia, looks worriedly at the door, which is just a few sticks tied together, about a foot across and three feet tall. Our house is one room, made of packed mud with a dirt floor. Gunshots and shouting sound outside. I begin to cry in fear, and my mother hurriedly hushes me. I wail uncontrollably. "Shh, shh..." my mother begs. "No crying..." I try to stifle my sobs. Suddenly, the door is kicked in. I burst into a new fit of bawling. At five years old, I canbarely control my fear, and so I act to show my emotions. "Faizah!" My mother screams. People swarm the house. A loud gunshot rings out. Through the crowd, I see my mother fall to the ground. A red stain spreads across her ragged shirt. I stare at the figure. "Mama sleeping?" I ask a boy among the soldiers. "Yes." He says softly. He holds out a hand, which I take. The young boy pulls me out of the hut, and towards a large helicopter. We board it silently. I look for my friend Aziza, but all I see are the solemn-faced strangers. "I'm Faizah." I tell them matter-of-factly. A soldier smiles at me. He is about Mama's age, with dark hair, light skin, and kind blue eyes. "My Mama sleeping. And my best friend Aziza lives here, too!" I continue cheerfully. The boy who had broughten me here whispers something to the man, who nods sadly. "Your name's Faizah? That's very cool. I''m Trent." The boy sits on the hard seat next to me. "I'm five." I tell him. "I'm eight." He answers. "Cool!" I kick my feet happily. A new friend! I'll tell Mama and Aziza all about Trent! The doors of the helicopter close. I hear a whirring sound as we lift into the air. "What about Mama and Aziza?" I ask. "They're safe, now." Trent says. "Okay. I see them soon?" I ask. Treent looks at me, before answering. "Yes, Faizah. One day, you will see them again."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Come on.... its still aquaman.