It looks like Brightest Day wasn't enough to keep Aquaman around. For those of you who like a little depression with your comics -- or a little comics with your depression - The Aquaman Shrine, which is exactly what it sound like, recently put up a doctored DC cover that shows Aquaman killed by the British Petroleum spill in the Gulf of Mexico
Superman, Mr. Fantastic and Wonder Woman don't have to worry about wiring their salaries home to support a struggling family, but some immigrants face such challenges on a weekly basis, and the demands of these jobs inspired an entire series of costumed subjects for a photographer connected to immigration issues and angered by a recent law in Arizona demanding that state and local law enforcement officials detain anyone they believe to be in the United States illegally
Repaints aren't always improvements upon already-released sculpts, but in the case of the re-packaged Aqua Man and Black Manta and Batman and Robin DC Universe Classics 2-Packs at Wal-Mart, the new looks seem appropriate
Aquaman is doing pretty all right these days, mostly because he is no longer dead thanks to some day that is bright or something, but you know what's even better than coming back to life? Having a comic made about you by Kate Beaton.
The Sea King was a recent discovery for the much-beloved "Hark! A Vagrant" creator, who drew the hook-hande
As "Blackest Night" continues to push DC's collective emotions, the promise of a "Brightest Day" ahead for its heroes is something many fans are taking to heart. After all, there are more than a few folks who could use some redemption
Despite ruling the undersea kingdom of Atlantis, and serving as a founding member of the Justice League, Aquaman's never really received his alternate evil version due when the team has clashed with their meaner counterparts from other realities
With this week's release of Marvel's "Black Knight" #1 -- not to be confused with DC's similarly named space zombie epic -- creators Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz are revisiting the age of Camelot to reveal the long-lost origin of the Black Knight and the the sword that's basically Excalibur in one of those Evil Mirror Universe Goatees from "Star Trek," Chaos the Doombringer!
We're not gonna lie: That sounds pretty awesome, and it's gotten us thinking about the other great comics that have been inspired by the legend of King Arthur, so we've knighted Sir Christopher of Sims as our champion and charged him w
Not everybody is a fan of non-canon comics that take place outside of current continuity, but I for one embrace potentially awesome superhero interaction wherever I can find it.
That's why, in the case of "The Brave and the Bold," #32, it's nice to see currently deceased Aquaman Arthur Curry alive and paddling under the sea with The Demon Etrigan up on DC's The Source blog today.
Written by J. Michae