Mera: Queen Of Atlantis Mini Set For February From Dan Abnett And Lan Medina

DC Comics is swimming in good news this week! Mera: Queen of Atlantis, will be the star of her own eponymous mini-series for DC Comics in February, her first solo outing. Mera, a member of the Justice League in DC Rebirth who is played by Amber Heard in Justice League and the Aquaman movie, has much cooler powers than her sometimes-husband Aquaman, who talks to sea creatures, like Spongebob. Mera can manipulate water and form objects out of "hard water," which can serve as a formidable weapon, but requires regular descaling at least every 90 days to remove calcium deposits.

Mera: Queen Of Atlantis Mini Set For February From Dan Abnett And Lan Medina

No, Aquaman! That's not cool either! Just give it up!

The only thing fishy about this series is that it's only six issues long! Hopefully, it leads to an ongoing in the future. The book will be written by Dan Abnett with art by Lan "Funky Cold" Medina. Newsarama had the scoop with a solicit and a Nicola Scott cover. An additional variant cover for the first issue will be drawn by Stanley "Artgerm" Lau. The series hits stores on February 28.

MERA: QUEEN OF ATLANTIS #1
Written by DAN ABNETT
Art by LAN MEDINA
Cover by NICOLA SCOTT
Variant cover by STANLEY "ARTGERM" LAU
From the pages of AQUAMAN comes a brand-new adventure starring Mera, in her own title for the first time ever!
As the brutal Atlantean Civil War rages, Mera must keep the peace between the surface world and Atlantis as its newly anointed queen in exile. But when Aquaman's brother Orm, a.k.a. Ocean Master, learns of his homeland's fate, he'll stop at nothing to return to Atlantis as its king and savior!
On sale FEBRUARY 28 • 32 pg, FC, 1 of 6, $3.99 US • RATED T

Mera: Queen Of Atlantis Mini Set For February From Dan Abnett And Lan Medina

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