Aquaman is the ultimate aquatic superman, and his allies and his dangerous missions and diabolical nemeses, particularly the evil wizard Black Manta, represent a comic book investment in terrain intrigue.
Jason Momoa may portray Aquaman in a full-length feature film about the time-worn comic book superhero.
We have to ask if the collection of Aquaman stories encourage storyboarding about 'environmental vigilance' (and to what degree), and if we can cast Aquaman in cross-over stories interesting enough to inspire everyday pedestrian improvisation.
There should be an archive of Black Manta stories specifically dealing with environmental terrorism.
Would you want Aquaman to be an eco-political spokesman/avatar for a hypothetical save-the-dolphins podium?
As I drew this self-distracting doodle of the sky-soaring Spider-Man nemesis Hobgoblin (Marvel Comics), posted below, I wondered if Aquaman (DC Comics) art is reaching the everyday editor.