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Monday, August 15, 2011

Aquaman #3 November Solicit

Hard to believe we're already talking about the previews for the third issues of DC Comics New 52 when we the #1s haven't even hit the shelves yet, but it true! Feast your eyes on cover preview for Aquaman #3 by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado and Rod Reis, finally giving Mera some much deserved front-page exposure! Awesome work from Team Aquaman!
Written by Geoff Johns
Art and cover by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado
On sale November 23
32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

The secret of the Trench revealed! Where did these cannibalistic sea creatures come from? What fuels their monstrous hunger? Why have they chosen now to invade the surface world? To unravel the mystery of the Trench, Aquaman must seek help from the last person on earth he ever wanted to see again.

Be sure to let us know what you think about this one Aqua-fans and for all the Shrine's past coverage of the new Aquaman series by Geoff Johns (including covers to #1 & #2) click on the "Aquaman Vol 8." tag below!


Wings1295 said...

Last person he'd want to see? Hmm... That Manta or Orm?

Joe Slab said...

Good question!

I think Manta & Orm are a bit too obvious...

Black Lantern Aquaman? Atlan? Kordax? Tempest? Charybdis? Atlanna?

I'm grasping at straws here ;)

S said...

why doesnt aquaman have the collar?

Wings1295 said...

Hmm... Maybe Black Hand or Neron?

Brent said...

Michele Bachmann?

Joe Slab said...

Vulko? Demon-Gate? Thanatos? Noble? I guess it all depends on which parts of Aquaman's history are canon in the new DCU!

Anonymous said...

If I was Aquaman the last person I'd want to see was the human-like Topo, the Jar Jar Binks of DC Comics.

Joe Slab said...

@ ZL

That version of Topo did appear in the Atlantis episode of Young Justice...I hated him in Sword of Atlantis but liked him on YJ!

Joe Slab

Aaron said...

Ambush Bug?

Shellhead said...

I hope it's not, and that Geoff's gonna blow our socks off with some incredible revival, but you know it's gonna be Ocean Master or Black Manta. During PAD's run, Manta got a power boost, mutanted into a Manta creature, and he could control the creatures from deep in the trenches (and that ability was promptly forgotten). I wonder if it's about to be . . . er . . . dredged up once agin.

Anonymous said...

Though I think we're kind of missing that whoever the "last person" might be, the description notes that Aquaman will be seeking help from them... So there's room for more than villains. Perhaps an ally of yesteryear that tweaked Aquaman's nerves. If it is somehow going to relate to Flashpoint it could easily be Wonder Woman. It'll certainly have me flipping through my collection.