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This is a good jumping on point for readers who are new to the series and not really wanting to go back through all of the previous output, or that tried out some of the older stuff and wasn't feeling it.
Up until this issue there was a rotating artistic team of Brad Walker, Scot Eaton and Philippe Briones who all follow a similar style/tone throughout, and then at this #25 point things shift with artist Stjepan Sejic tonally and stylistically. Aquaman now more closely resembles his upcoming movie counterpart with the longer hair and beard and Aquaman himself is in a different place than before, and Sejic's art is much more immersive by comparison. There's some new character focus as well which adds to this overall shift.