Aquaman #4

Writer: Rick Veitch Artist: Yvel Guichet Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 12, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Aquaman and Tempest reunite for the first time since the former Sea King's trial. Tempest wants to show his magic power to his adoptive father and hatches a plan to sneak Aquaman into turning them both into fish!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 14, 2003

    I rather enjoyed this issue, in spite of once again being treated to what is quickly becoming this book's primary flaw, as Aquaman's new hand once again provides the ever handy solution to the crisis of the issue. However, I will give the book credit for crafting a plot that manage to grab my interest, as we finally get a good look at what's happening in Atlantis, and by the end of the issue Aquaman is back on his game & ready to leap into the fray. Also while I don't care much for the quick solutions that his new abilities provide, this issue does a pretty solid job of setting up some limits, and the final page of this issue manages to nicely establish that there is a downside to these new abilities. Plus, as a long time fan of Aquaman & his corner of the DCU it is nice to see Garth making his return to these pages, and it's also good to see the action shift back into the ocean. Overall this is the most enjoyable issue of this new series. Read Full Review

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