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    Reviews - Aquaman - #1

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A New Age - Webbo57
Aquaman, many feel hes the runt of the Justice League and the fact he can "only talk to fish" being his powers. But Geoff Johns has opened a new chapter for the character taking him on for the legendary New 52 DC event.
This first chapter in "the trench" arc shows Aquaman to be constantly undermined and not as important as the rest of the league. It also brings forward the relationship Arthur has with his wife Mera and the decisions they make as a couple. The art work Ivan Reis uses in this opening issue is a very modern style and uses the classic costumes and places to his advantage.




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