The Others, Chapter One last edited by Symlen on 05/08/18 09:04AM View full history

Who destroyed Atlantis? In the start of a new storyline, we follow the hunter as he stalks and kills his prey, claiming their weapons and armor as trophies. A golden shield, a golden helm…and the final prize is the most powerful of all: a golden trident. The only problem is, he's going to have to go through Aquaman to get it. Who is he? What is the secret of Aquaman's trident? And how does this all tie into the destruction of Atlantis?

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Taking on the Other Side 0

Oh boy oh boy oh boy. It's Aquaman, and it's back to the same quality as the first arc after the little dip with issue 6. The general comic community can't keep telling you to buy this title, but there's really no valid reason you shouldn't have at least enjoyed this on some level. Issue #7 was fantastic, and nicely sets the series up for the introduction of the Others.First of all, Johns has the right idea to make the main antagonist of this arc Aquaman's archnemesis, the Black Manta. John's se...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Surface Dwellers 0

After sort of toying with getting into this next story arc over the previous two issues, here the plot jumps right into the action and doesn't pull any punches.  It starts with Black Manta hunting down a previously unseen character and ends with a new character named Ya'Wara trying to kill Shin.  In between as has become the standard in this series is a really fast paced and well told story as Arthur has to deal successfully with no threats as they arise.  The series lost a little steam muddling...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

A League of Their Own 0

Look, it's better than the Green Lantern banner because I get the point of this one. It's not hyping a movie that didn't need extra hype, and its for a good cause. But it doesn't change the fact that the "We Can Be Heroes" banner is a huge detriment to the covers its on. Or, whatever again. This cover has A LOT of blue, so it actually kind of works. I like the intense facial expressions on everyone, and the balance is ok. But where the cover really stands out is the way the artifacts on each cha...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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