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Aquaman #11 (2012)
Writer: Geoff Johns / Artists: Ivan Reis

 

Review Information

Reviewer: Jose Castellanos
Review Date: July 2012

Comic Information

Publisher: DC

9.0

out of 10

The mystery behind the relics in possession of The Others deepens in the fifth chapter of their little band reunion. Johns takes advantage of their re-encounter to disclose more about the Prisoner, the Operative, and Vostok, which makes these characters interesting and fascinating; it would be a shame if they get shelved away after the story ends. While this is happening, Mera gets a shot at Manta in a fight that, sadly, is too short and leaves the reader wanting for more, especially after the dramatic cliffhanger of last issue.

The theme in this chapter is the Others' belief that Aquaman does not care about anything or anyone, and in his stubborness, Arthur does not put much efforts into showing them how wrong they are. Now it looks like Ya'Wara is going to test that theory. Bookended by two beautiful, ominous splash pages in the tomb of the First King of Atlantis, the art team led by the Reises and Prado delivers another monumental installment of Aquaman's best story yet.


 






 
 



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