Despite being the conclusion of the Crown of Atlantis arc Aquaman #24 would be an excellent first issue for new readers ready to dive into the world of Aquaman.
If you have yet to give this book a try, Aquaman #23 is a perfect entry point to the world of Atlantis. The writing is as complex and action-packed as any political thriller. The artwork flat-out looks amazing. This is one of the best books on the stands and that’s no fish story!
With Black Manta unmasked as the conspirator who triggered a war between Atlantis and The United States, Aquaman is in for the fight of his life!
Mera takes center-stage in this Shakespearean issue of Aquaman, where the prophecies of an Atlantean coven speak of the end of the world!
John Ostrander returns to Suicide Squad is this one-shot special that will reveal just why his comics made the jump to the big screen in the first place!
Aquaman may never win the mainstream respect or love that his Justice League colleagues enjoy but this book proves that he’s more than worthy of it!
Though some may disagree that Green Arrow has suffered the most out of all of DC Comics’ titles in the New 52 era, few would dispute its place among the Top 5 Most Beleaguered Comics Of The Past Decade. Writer J.T. Krul left the title before the first issue came out, barely establishing the new […]
Four months have passed since the creative team on Green Arrow changed and much has likewise changed in the reality of Green Arrow. Many of these changes – like the introduction of Felicity Smoak – have shifted the book toward something closer to the world of the television series, Arrow. Yet other changes have brought […]