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    Reviews - Aquaman - #1

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“New Wave” or "Old Tide" - MartyPrime
Seeing as this was a first issue of a new series I decided to jump on board. Now I’m not a fan of Aquaman and had no clue what was going on in the DC Universe when the book started and I’m still not sure. The reason Aquaman has been exiled was never made clear, it seemed that if you weren’t in the “loop” the writer was going to make no effort to bring you in. There were pages dedicated to Aquaman lamenting over his missing left hand and after reading this book I still have no clue how he lost it.

All in all once you get past all the history (or lack there of) the story is nice but serves only to set-up the issues that follow. I intend to continue reading the series and hope that there is a pay-off for this story.





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