Aquaman #23

Writer: John Ostrander Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 13, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 5, 2004

    Chris Batista managed to grab my full attention with a fantastic opening visual that captures the destruction of a naval fleet, and while the rest of the issue never quite manages to equal the impact of this scene, for the most part he does a solid job delivering the art for this issue. The visual design of the main villain is worth a mention, as the character has a nice menacing quality about him, but on the other side of the equation the art is a bit weak when it came to it's delivery of the Sea Devils, as the characters have a rather generic look, and none of the technology they bring to the table is all that impressive. However, I did like the way that the issue captured the idea that there is a decidedly lack of light on the ocean floor, as the villain launches his initial attack on the Sea Devils. I also loved the nice simple design elements of this issue's cover, as Aquaman descends into the darkness. Read Full Review

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