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Aquaman #38 cover by Stjepan Sejic
It shows that there will be no breathing room or time to celebrate between this comic and the next one, and this story needed a breather and a one-off book after everything that has changed for Aquaman, Mera, and Atlantis. Aquaman #38 art by Riccardo Federici and Sunny Gho Words do not do Riccardo Federici's art justice,[...]
Aquaman #37 cover by Stepjan Sejic
Plus, the Abyssal Dark serves as a good metaphor for how ultra-nationalism can give a xenophobe like Rath willingness to burn his homeland down before seeing it become something he hates. Aquaman #37 art by Riccardo Federic and Sunny Gho Riccardo Federici continues to make this arguably the most gorgeous comic book on the market I've said[...]
Aquaman #36 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi
Plus, the more King Shark, the better. Aquaman #36 art by Riccardo Federici and Sunny Gho Riccardo Federici's artwork continues to be absolutely incredible in this installment His mastery of form, depth, texturing, and expression is among the best one can see in modern comics His style is frankly breathtaking, which is why I'm overtly gushing over[...]
Aquaman #32 cover by Stjepan Sejic
Yes, there is some fluff that could have been cut, but it has still been a consistently compelling saga regardless. Aquaman #32 art by Riccardo Federici and Sunny Gho Riccardo Federici's artwork continues to be absolutely stunning, with numerous stills of Aquaman, Mera, Dolphin, King Shark, and others worthy of framing and putting up on a wall[...]
Aquaman #31 Review: Long Live the Revolution
It also forces Arthur to confront his negligence of the Ninth Tride during his rule. Aquaman #31 cover by Riccardo Federici and Sunny Gho Stepjan Sejic doesn't give the interior art to this issue Thankfully, they found someone of the same caliber in Riccardo Federici This comic contains a lot of visually stunning sequential artwork There is[...]