As Aquaman lies impaled with his own trident, the ancient evil of Legend finally claims possession of the Others Atlantean artifacts except for one. And for that one, Legend must take it from the resurrected Vostok X!
I really think this series deserves a lot more attention. Aquaman being a viable character is the last thing many people ever imagined after so many years of being treated as second fiddle and then being killed. The fact he has a really cool occult-y fantasy team book in addition to his regular title, well that's really intriguing. The additional fact it's so diverse is nothing to dismiss either and people should point this out when dealing with arguments that DC isn't doing anything. They're certainly not perfect and in general aren't doing enough, no, but again they do have this, and it's pretty solid stuff. Read Full Review
Aquaman and the Others ends the Legacy of Gold arc and while it isn't great, I didn't hate it. That's actually a compliment seeing that I haven't liked this series at all. Jurgens does enough to get me a little more interested in the team and while Medina's art is inconsistent, when it's good it's really good. I still can't recommend this book, but I hope it's heading in that direction. Read Full Review