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Aquaman #31 Review: Long Live the Revolution
Vulko wants Aquaman to take it to the next level, strike a symbolic blow, and bring down the Crown of Thorns Arthur is reluctant, as he doesn't want to put the Undercurrent at such a great risk when there are still so few The Widowhood's agent, Ondine, has a potential solution to that as well[...]
Aquaman #30 cover by Stepjan Sejic
It's not Aquaman, Dolphin, Vulko, or the Widowhood It is led by the former keeper of the Royal Bestiary: a man named Jurok Byss He leads the Undercurrent, and their goal is to overthrow King Corum Rath. The Undercurrent attacks one of the royal armories, but they find themselves severely outgunned Thankfully, someone has been watching[...]
Aquaman #29 Review: What Will Become Of Aquaman?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Vulko and Ondine are cornered by a faceless ghost whom Vulko cannot not name They are chased through the Catacombs while Aquaman and Dolphin try to work out where to go from here Arthur isn't interested in leading Atlantis anymore, but Dolphin knows he's the hero that the underwater kingdom needs. Mera and Tempest are[...]
'Aquaman' #28 Review: Those Are Some Spooky Ghosts
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Aquaman #28 Aquaman and Dolphin are still on the run from Krush's hitman, Kadaver, and things are beginning to look precarious for the former King of Atlantis. Meanwhile, Vulko and Odine, the emissary of the Widowhood, are in the catacombs beneath the Atlantean Treasury in the hopes of finding a way of shutting down the Crown[...]
Aquaman #25 Review: A Tense Story Aided By Incredible Art
Vulko and a band of dissidents plot to overthrow Rath and his council through the use of one of his own magical relics. A mute mutant girl with fish scales and white hair meets the Aquaman, and takes to following him in his pursuits Meanwhile, on the surface world, Mera is in a state of silent[...]