Aquaman #26

    Aquaman » Aquaman #26 - Pressure released by DC Comics on February 28, 2014.

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    Pressure last edited by Xoloilot on 12/10/20 11:52AM View full history

    “Sea of Storms” begins with the debut of new AQUAMAN writer Jeff Parker! The Earth’s crust is grinding to life, releasing deadly volcanoes and bizarre creatures…so humanity’s first instinct is to blame Atlantis! And as the plates pull apart, the pressures of ruling a kingdom under siege are weighing on Aquaman and Mera as well!



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    The Jeff Parker Era Begins! 0

    First and foremost, I am a huge fan of Jeff Parker. His work on Red Hulk and especially Agents of Atlas made me a big fan of his writing. When I heard he was taking over this book I had some mixed emotions. Geoff Johns had a great run on this title and I was a bit sad that his run didn't last longer. However, the excitement of Parker taking over was enough to keep me interested and see what kind of spin he could put on the character while staying true to GJ's previous work.I have to say that Pa...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Aquaman #26 is a weird shift-change from what came before, but in exactly the way Aquaman needed. 0

    Do you remember the stories where a giant monster attacks a city, and a hero is scrambled to go fight with it? The hero has these moves, and the monster seems invulnerable, but he fights anyway? Yeah, of course you do, it was the kind of crap that most comic readers were probably brought up on. My particular trashy heroes were the Power Rangers, and I still, to this day, love them. The show was/is formulaic, cheesy, and overblown, but you know what, they were fun as hell. Every episode, the ran...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    A Great Start for Parker 0

    This issue was one everyone was either really excited about or very, very worried. Issue #25 marked the last issue written by Geoff Johns to end his phenomenal run on the Aquaman title and everyone was a little concerned to see if Jeff Parker could continue the story as well as Johns had. If this issue is an indication of how things are to come, then I think we can all rest easy. I'm not saying this was a slam dunk but it was an intriguing issue, so let's get to it! SPOILERS AHEADParker takes o...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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