The Trench, Part One last edited by Xoloilot on 07/05/20 02:50PM View full history

The superstar creators from BLACKEST NIGHT and BRIGHTEST DAY reunite to take AQUAMAN to amazing new depths! Aquaman has renounced the throne of Atlantis – but the sea will not release Arthur Curry so easily. Now, from a forgotten corner of the ocean emerges… The Trench! A broken race of creatures that should not exist, an unspeakable need driving them, The Trench will be the most talked-about new characters in the DC Universe!



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He looks fine 0

I have never really liked Aquaman and now I know why -  he has never been written by Geoff Johns before.  The story here was so fresh and multilayered that I could not help but to love it.  Johns is very much in control here and that means his standard level of writing gets to shine through (which is to say this is very well written.)   Where Johns particularly succeeds here is where a lot of other writers have failed, he doesn't try to make Aquaman something he isn't be tackling the "lamest sup...

11 out of 12 found this review helpful.

He Doesn't Talk to Fish. He Gossips with Dolphins, Though. 0

To probably no one's surprise, Aquaman delivers on its long-awaited relaunch as Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis give us an Arthur Curry who can easily carry his own series among the best. The creepy and well done introduction of a new threat really elevates this issue, and Reis' art is amazing throughout.Johns and Reis have effectively already done the work of selling readers on Aquaman with Blackest Night and Brightest Day, so many are coming into this with the belief that Aquaman can be a main playe...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Favorite of the Week 0

Ever since the concept of Aquaman wielding zombie sharks to consume Atlantean soldiers... I've been crazed to see Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis take on Aquaman. Yes, we had it during Brightest Day... but what I was waiting for was that first issue buzz, holding a new beginning in my hands. It was a long wait, but I finally got that tingling sensation and so much more. Aquaman is back, and he might just be one of the coolest heroes ever.GoodOne rather nice feature of this book was the level of access...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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