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Aquaman #7 (2012)
Writer: Geoff Johns / Artist Ivan Reis

 

Review Information

Reviewer: Jose Castellanos
Review Date: Mar 2012

Comic Information

Publisher: DC

9.0

out of 10

Wow! And I mean WOW! This single comic by Geoff Johns may as well be the storyboard for a cinematic production. Black Manta is introduced to the New 52 through a fantastic opening sequence that also features one of Aquaman's old associates, and a pretty cool swordfight. From the get-go, readers will be able to see the subtle but significant changes made to Manta's character, and start making assumptions about his role in this new continuity.

Ivan Reis returns with the best of his talent to deliver the most amazing art he's done thus far. Panel by panel, one can appreciate the extreme amount of detail and the exquisite lines that only get enhanced to the nth power by Joe Prado's inks and Rod Reis' colors. Yet, none of this compares to the best part of the issue: Cat Fight! (literally!) Once again, Mera proves why she is da bomb, and now she has met her match. "The Others" promises to be the best Aquaman story ever told; and this is only chapter one.


 






 
 



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