Aquaman: Rebirth #1

    Aquaman: Rebirth » Aquaman: Rebirth #1 - The Drowning Prologue: After the Deluge released by DC Comics on August 2016.

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    The Drowning Prologue: After the Deluge last edited by Xoloilot on 11/12/21 04:37AM View full history

    Born to both the surface and the sea, Arthur Curry walks in two worlds but can find a home in neither. The King of Atlantis looks to reconcile his split heritage as he embarks on a new mission that may finally make him choose between his two paths.

    POLITICAL PLAYER: “As the leader of a world power,” writer Dan Abnett says, “Arthur believes it’s time Atlantis became part of the global community. Atlantis has been on the outside for too long: feared, mysterious and misunderstood. But that means getting the world used to Atlantis… and vice versa.

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverBrad Walker, Andrew Hennessy & Gabe Eltaeb1
    VarVariant CoverRyan Benjamin3
    2ndSecond Printing CoverBrad Walker, Andrew Hennessy & Gabe Eltaeb2

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    Aquaman: Rebirth #1 Review 0

    Aquaman: Rebirth #1 is a nice issue that serves as a prologue for Dan Abnett's upcoming story that begins in Aquaman #1. Unlike many of the other Rebirth issues that I've read so far, Aquaman Rebirth #1 excels in telling a good story that bridges the series to its Rebirth launch while being very beginner friendly. This is the type of comic that I could recommend to someone who didn't know anything about Aquaman and be confident that they would be given most of the necessary information needed ab...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Diving Back In 0

    I have been reading Aquaman faithfully since the start of the new 52. I own all the issues and I loved what Geoff Johns did for the character. Recently though, the stories have been weaker. Especially the Cullen Bunn arc, which was honestly really terrible and I hated it so much. When Dan Abnett came on to the series I was really happy with what he did. He took the character back to the status quo Geoff Johns and Jeff Parker had established. Now, I'm interested in seeing where Abnett takes Aquam...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Aquaman Rebirth #1 Review! 0

    As somebody who has liked the Aquaman character in iterations such as cartoons and guest appearances in comics, but has yet to read an issue from his own title, I wasn't exactly sure what I was expecting from this special Rebirth issue of Aquaman. Upon first reading it I thought it was okay, it set up the tone of the series and introduced Aquaman as a guy who can hold his own instead of chatting with fish, but it was the second time when I read this issue that I started to see just how good thi...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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