I thought some of you might be interested in this, and I'd like to start it off saying that I love the way Hitch writes Aquaman. I know love is a strong word, but that's honestly how I feel about the way he writes the character, some might agree, or disagree, but I'd like to share why I feel that way.
I feel if I was to make a list of the best Aquaman moments stuff next to "I am your King" a lot of the stuff from Hitch's JLA would be there. From his sarcastic witty humor with the Krypton is destroyed mention to hanging out in Amnesty Bay with Mera to ramming a Trident through a Kryptonian God's chest the character undisputed had a lot of cool moments in such a short period of time I'll add in a book with focus on several characters which I think is great considering in the past JL/JLA stories we could go a entire arc and have only one standout moment for Aquaman or maybe even none.
The characterization is my ideal characterization as well it reminds me of the Bruce Timm JL cartoons I grew up with. The King who isn't shy about making his demands known who as well has a clever sarcastic side to show he's not always brooding. From moments like his talk to the U.N. about Atlantean Technology, to Quotes like "Take your God and get the Hell out of my City" to Superman: "I have a Plan" Aquaman: "Now you tell us" I honestly don't see how you couldn't like his characterization or at least I don't see how you could think it doesn't blend in with the character.
I also like how he isn't side shafted I like that he was shown aiding alongside Superman and Wonder Woman because he's often times forgotten to be a powerhouse in his own right.
I'm glad though that Hitch knows I like what he's doing with the character and I'm excited to see where he takes the character as well as what he's planning