Aquaman #7

Writer: Rick Veitch Artist: Sal Velluto Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 11, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 19, 2003

    An enjoyable enough issue that is somewhat undone by its rather awkward attempts to summarize the plot developments that have gone on before, and the writing has a rather irksome habit of repeating itself, so we have Aquaman sounding like a broken record as he lets Garth & then the Thirst know that just because he can't use his magic hand doesn't mean he's entirely helpless. The issue also could done a better job of explain why the warrior women didn't protest when they were sent running to the safety of the Secret Sea, when it would seem like this would be the one moment that they've been waiting & training for during the centuries they were engaged in their seemingly pointless battles. The Thirst is an interesting villain though, and I do like the basic threat that he presents, as a battle against an entity dead set on draining the rivers of the world dry this does feel like exactly the type of plot one would expect to find Aquaman involved in. The idea that he employs undead zombies Read Full Review

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