Possessing the tremendous speed and strength as well as the ability to telepathically communicate with all sea animals, Aquaman regined as King of Atlantis for many years. In this adventure, Aquaman must overcome a spell which has turned all marine life against him and liberate his people from the tyrannical sorcerers that rule his undersea kingdom.
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Aquaman : The Waterbearer based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
There is a very good reason there have been so many attempts at a successful solo Aquaman series. The reason is that Aquaman just can't support his own title. The character actually isn't that interesting. His supporting cast are one note and his villains are normally pretty lame. Now all this doesn't mean all the books are bad but there just isn't enough there for longevity. Here, in I believe the sixth volume of Aquaman, the status quo changes for him and Atlantis, but its still pretty boring. You can only have so many adventures in the deep before they seem repetitive. The story by Rick Veitch is pretty bland. The art by Guichet is good and makes the undersea stuff look dynamic at times but its pretty hard to convey cool looking stuff when Aquaman is inhabiting the body of a fish who has been eaten by another fish. Overall, an average read. Par for the course for Aquaman.