Brightest Day #20

    Brightest Day » Brightest Day #20 - Aquawar, Part Two released by DC Comics on April 27, 2011.

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    Aquawar, Part Two last edited by aphillips17 on 01/17/20 07:29PM 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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    The Entity of Life and D--- Moves 0

    Aquawar comes to an end, concluding what has easily been the best of the Brightest Day series' storylines. Also, the Entity continues to be a jerk.  Quite possibly, this series just peaked with the action-packed finale of Aquawar, because this will be hard to top. The action is well done with a few big moments that play off in a great way. Mera's big moment is an especially great one as she shows just how powerful she is. Aquagirl even joins in the fight, which is a treat after fearing she was b...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    It's a Swerve! It's a Damn Swerve! 0

    If there's one thing that is consistent, it's that Geoff Johns knows how to rejuvenate heroes. From Hal Jordan to Barry Allen, from the Justice Society to the Teen Titans, he breathes new life to these characters, and it's becoming more and more evident with Arthur Curry fighting in this Aquawar. Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi undertake a new chapter in the Aquawar emerging out of Brightest Day #20, to which it manages to amaze... and to infuriate,...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    All in the Aquafamily 0

    "Aquawar Part 2" continues and seemingly concludes in this issue which is heavy on building the Aquaman Family (yay!) and light on the number of pages (only 20) that would have been needed to make this issue truly epic and receive a 5 star rating from this reviewer. The Good  First, I want to mention the really cool Aquawar logo that has graced the last 2 issues.  I hope to see it again, its too good to waste and the fact that DC has gone through the trouble to TM it is a good sign.  Secondly, t...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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