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    Reviews - Aquaman - #3

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Rodunnís Story - MartyPrime
A good solid story with a nice arc for Rodunn, who starts the story as one man and ends as another - a cleverly executed plot development. The action and pace were nice and Aquaman seemed like the hero he should be. The main drawback is that every time things get tough Aquaman runs back to the lady of the lake Ö I know that they are making a comparison between Aquaman and King Arthur, but King Arthur didnít keep running back to the lake. This issue also spent some time in Atlantis, however I never got much of a feel for it outside of it being kind-of creepy. The issue did end on a high note and made we want to read the next issue, but still wrapped itself up.




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