Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Comic Book Review: Aquaman Rebirth #1 - DC Comics (2016)

Written by Dan Abnett
Pencils by Scot Eaton & Oscar Jimenez
Inks by Mark Morales & Oscar Jimenez
Colors by Gabe Altaeb

An Atlantean terrorist group known as the Deluge threatens to attack the surface world.  Aquaman has made stopping the Deluge his number one priority.  All the while, someone is keeping a watchful eye on Aquaman.

Aquaman Rebirth #1 is an excellent introduction to a person who may or may not be interested in reading an Aquaman comic book.  Dan Abnett cleverly tells this tale while also including surface world reports that illustrate the fun that is poked at the ruler of Atlantis.  I enjoy the fact that Aquaman is portrayed as a misunderstood in not only the surface world, but also in Atlantis.  Abnett brings the understanding that Aquaman is doing everything he can for Atlantis/surface dweller relations.

The art looks great as well.  There are quite a few people working on this book and they all deserve the credit.  There are people and beastly sea creatures that look absolutely wonderful.

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