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Aquaman: Sub Diego, by Patrick Gleason, Will Pfeifer, Christan Alamy

birdmanseven's review

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3.0

Hard to believe how soon after the Waterbearer arc this story comes. Feels like an attempt at a course correct that doesn't quite land. I was interested in a whole mystical rebrand of Aquaman, but this makes little to no mention. The concept of submerging the city and mutating the population to be water breathers is interesting, but this doesn't go far enough. I'd be interested in seeing Lorena Marquez' full transformation into Aqualgirl, but I don't intend to read on.

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jedi_indyjones's review

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4.0

This volume was a vast improvement from [b: Aquaman: The Waterbearer (New Edition) (Aquaman)]. I will admit that the New 52 Aquaman still is my favorite so far in my journey through various story arcs. This, however is one of the best I have read besides the New 52. I have yet to read the Rebirth and Classic Aquaman lines, but their time is coming.

chrisvigilante's review

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3.0

This was pretty cool. I loved the concept of there being this new underwater city that used to be San-Diego. The issues with the government later in the comic made sense to me. The art wasn't my favorite in this for whatever reason. I feel like Aquaman is basically underwater batman. He's really broody. He wasn't really that interesting to me, though. I'm not sure if I'll read any more of this Aquaman. There were a few really cool fight scenes. I liked the way Aquaman used his powers sometimes. Loved Lorena. Would have liked to see her be able to do more I think. Might pick up more comics just to read more on her.
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