Aquaman #13

Writer: John Ostrander Artist: James Bosch Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 10, 2003 Critic Reviews: 2
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Aquaman must face a perfect storm to save three people caught on a small sailboat in the midst of a raging hurricane. This isn't a foe that can be outfought or outsmarted. Can any of them survive-including Aquaman? Illustrated by guest artists James Bosch and Ray Snyder!

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Glenn Collins Dec 24, 2003

    Not bad, but not worth going out of your way to pick up. If you were turned off by The Thirst you might consider giving it another try. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 15, 2003

    Aquaman can't be an easy character to write as right from the word go one has a string of canceled series to sell the idea that this is a limited character whose primary abilities are to talk to fishes and breath underwater. However, I was rather excited by the prospect of this guest-issue by John Ostrander as he's proven in the past that he's able to inject some much needed life and energy into characters in dire need of this attention. However, perhaps this being a guest issue and all John Ostrander simply wasn't able to work his magic, and as such he was stuck delivering a run-of-the-mill adventure that feels like he didn't have the time, or simply didn't feel the need to address some fairly important elements of the story, that really needed to be touched upon. I mean in order to sell the idea that a character wasn't able to save someone, you first have to present a situation where the hero did everything he could to prevent these deaths, and this simply isn't the case in this issu Read Full Review

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