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The red-hot creative team behind BLACKEST NIGHT and BRIGHTEST DAY reunite! An entire town…devoured! As Aquaman and Mera discover the grisly truth behind a town's disappearance, the Trench infestation spreads inland! Plus: Another gruesome Trench power revealed – and it's not for the squeamish!

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Loving This Series! 0

The Story: A new threat breaches the surface forcing the police to enlist Aquaman's help with this troubling scenerio. My Thoughts:This issue was probably my host anticipated issue this week. Now only two issues into the series and I feel as if I'm officially Aquaman's biggest fan. Much credit must go to Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis for their hard work and dedication to the character. Johns immediately grabs you from the very first page as he presents the first threat Aquaman will face and just a f...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Lives in a lighthouse 0

The overall high standard of the first issue is maintained here.  Of course it might be too early in the series to make a lot of judgments, but a lot of issues with the character that I have had are being dealt with here (his overbearing royal side, his infidelity towards Mera).  While the character is being portrayed in a much less anti-hero form, the action is still dark enough with a group of sea dwellers discovering that humans make a fine meal.  Again the somewhat dim-witted reaction of reg...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

In the Trench 0

Geoff Johns wants to remind us that Aquaman is actually cool. This issue had more meta commentary on the lack of respect Arthur gets. At one point, a character fails to recognize him because he's not wearing his orange shirt; Aquaman corrects him, saying it's actually scale armor. Johns might want to cool it a little with these zingers. The first issue got the point across just fine that Aquaman is worth our respect.There isn't an awful lot that happens in this issue. We've now been properly int...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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