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Review: AQUAMAN #55—Fueled By Hate, Or Love?

Aquaman and his archenemy, Black Manta have hated each other ever since that fateful day in which our hero accidentally caused the death of...

Review: AQUAMAN #54—Fatherly Advice For Black Manta

AQUAMAN #54, available in stores on Wednesday, November 20th, places all of the focus on one of the DC Universe's most least-understood villains—David Hyde,...

Review: AQUAMAN #53—The Erasure Of One’s History

AQUAMAN #53, available in stores on Wednesday, October 16th, opens up a new chapter in the life of Arthur Curry. After failing to save...

Review: AQUAMAN #52 And Aqualad’s Loss Of Innocence

Readers last saw Arthur Curry facing down a monstrous oceanic creature on Amnesty Island, the proposed new home for his Old God friends. The...

Review: AQUAMAN #51: Aquaman Teams Up With Aqualad, The Son Of Black Manta

When readers last saw Arthur Curry, he was adjusting to life back in his hometown of Amnesty Bay, Maine after a brief stint with...

Review: Immigrants From The Sea Arrive In Amnesty Bay In AQUAMAN #50

Arthur Curry has fought elemental beings, befriended gods and goddesses, and regained painful memories of his accidental death at the hands of Mera, all...

Review: AQUAMAN #49 Reveals How Arthur Curry “Died”

Arthur Curry, a.k.a. Aquaman, met the powerful oceanic deity known as Mother Shark last issue and continues to probe her for answers to his...

Review: The Old Gods Clash With Mother Salt In AQUAMAN #47

Aquaman's journey with the Old Gods finally comes to an end in AQUAMAN #47. Mother Salt, the co-creator of the ocean, is mustering up...

TEEN TITANS SPECIAL #1 Review: Parent’s Just Don’t Understand

TEEN TITANS SPECIAL #1, written by Adam Glass, with pencils by Robson Rocha, inks by Daniel Henriques, colors by Sunny Gho, and letters by...