Brightest Day #19

    Brightest Day » Brightest Day #19 - Aquawar Part One released by DC Comics on April 6, 2011.

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    Aquawar Part One last edited by aphillips17 on 01/17/20 07:30PM View full history

    The BRIGHTEST DAYS are numbered as this best-selling series heads toward its shocking conclusion, and fans won't want to miss a single page of the action! "Aquawar" breaks out with Aquaman, Mera, Aqualad and a surprise guest star facing off against the terrorist forces of Black Manta and Siren to keep the vast waters of the world from sinking the United States!    

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    I Know One Person Who Won't Be Applauding This Issue 0

    As advertised, Aquawar kicks off in what is Brightest Day's strongest storyline. Aquaman and the new Aqualad try to prevent an invasion from the Bermuda Triangle, and it increasingly appears that they are on the losing side.  Aquaman has been a real treat in this series. He is portrayed as a powerful and imposing figure, despite being treated as a side character or a joke for so many years. Here, you can believe he is one of the DC Universe's top heroes. He does not read like the Superman or Bat...

    12 out of 12 found this review helpful.

    Review: Brightest Day #19 0

    In the face of Aqualad's questioning, Aquaman's hesitates on how to properly deal with a resurfaced Mera and Black Manta.  The Good Good lord, are there some pretty pages in this issue! Ivan Reis is an absolute phenom and the splashes of Mera's beachhead assault and Aquaman's maiming are just jaw-dropping in their thorough detail and elegant curve. Actually, there's an elegant curve to writing, as well, and I'm impressed by the genuine insights Johns and Tomasi were able to weave into even the ...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    that's it? 0

     Scans and summary can be viewed hereThe Good Great cover art showcasing a brilliantly devilish Black Manta. Art as usual remains consistently good. The Aquawar finally begins in this issue. I liked the dialogue between our Aqua duo. This issue also had a good amount of action and a sneak peak of power in Jackson such as lightning which is unique to only him. It’s also suggested that his connection to the Bermuda triangle may not be the only abilities he has. Black Manta got some killer line...

    7 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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