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« Risposta #60 il: 17 Agosto 2016, 20:16:29 »
  • Letto #5
    Bellissimo numero, continua questa fuga di Arthur e Mera, come era prevedibile, verso la fine vediamo Superman!
    E qua mi rendo conto...che la DC non sta facendo un buon lavoro con Supes, cioè devono ancora integrarlo per bene NON nel mondo, ma all'interno della JL!
    Tutti i vari membri devono affrontare quei "procedimenti" essenziali nelle proprie testate o almeno in quella di JL, raccontare il proprio pov su questo nuovo Supes, insomma devono chiarire la sua posizione all'interno del gruppo, perchè ora come ora sappiamo solo che Batman non si fida di lui...maddai?
    E per quanto riguarda Arthur? Bho, forse lo scropriremo nel prossimo numero, ma se gli avesse dato il benvenuto, avremmo visto un altro tipo di vs. fra i due, invece ora Aquaman può usare la stessa scusa di Bats, stessa cosa per tutti gli altri...
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    Re:Aquaman (USA) di Abnett, Walker, Merino, AA.VV.
    « Risposta #61 il: 20 Agosto 2016, 01:10:34 »
  • Forse sarò uno dei pochi, ma penso che anche Abnett stia giocando sul lungo termine qua, anche perché ci sono un sacco di trame che vanno di pari passo, ogni volta che leggo Aquaman ho l'impressione che letto di fila sarebbe molto bello.
    Peccato che a me Eaton come disegnatore non piaccia, c'è di peggio, ma c'è di meglio. Io continuo a sognare un ritorno di Paul Pelletier.  :sisi:
    Letto #5
    Bellissimo numero, continua questa fuga di Arthur e Mera, come era prevedibile, verso la fine vediamo Superman!
    E qua mi rendo conto...che la DC non sta facendo un buon lavoro con Supes, cioè devono ancora integrarlo per bene NON nel mondo, ma all'interno della JL!
    Tutti i vari membri devono affrontare quei "procedimenti" essenziali nelle proprie testate o almeno in quella di JL, raccontare il proprio pov su questo nuovo Supes, insomma devono chiarire la sua posizione all'interno del gruppo, perchè ora come ora sappiamo solo che Batman non si fida di lui...maddai?
    E per quanto riguarda Arthur? Bho, forse lo scropriremo nel prossimo numero, ma se gli avesse dato il benvenuto, avremmo visto un altro tipo di vs. fra i due, invece ora Aquaman può usare la stessa scusa di Bats, stessa cosa per tutti gli altri...
    Io penso che questa lentezza sia dovuta alla vera testata della Justice League che sta ritardando. Lì già sarà diverso e probabilmente sarà il fulcro.
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    Re:Aquaman (USA) di Abnett, Walker, Merino, AA.VV.
    « Risposta #62 il: 23 Agosto 2016, 01:31:51 »


  • AQUAMAN #10
    Written by DAN ABNETT
    Art and cover by BRAD WALKER and ANDREW HENNESSEY
    Variant cover by JOSHUA MIDDLETON
    Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.
    “HOUSE OF LIGHT”! Before Mera can marry Aquaman and become the Queen of Atlantis, she must undergo numerous trials to appease the ancient traditions of her adopted homeland. But not everyone in the court of Atlantis is keen to see an outsider ascend to the throne!
    On sale NOVEMBER 2 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

    AQUAMAN #11
    Written by DAN ABNETT
    Art by PHILIPPE BRIONES
    Cover by BRAD WALKER and ANDREW HENNESSEY
    Variant cover by JOSHUA MIDDLETON
    Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.
    “THE DELUGE” prologue! Aquaman’s mission to unite the sea and surface has taken a great leap forward. But N.E.M.O.—the secret terrorist organization—has other ideas. Black Manta deploys the agents of N.E.M.O. to provoke hostilities between Atlantis and America. The Deluge—the prophesied, all–out global war—is about to begin...
    On sale NOVEMBER 16 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
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    « Risposta #63 il: 23 Agosto 2016, 01:47:23 »
  • Questa serie mi interessa :sisi:
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    Re:Aquaman (USA) di Abnett, Walker, Merino, AA.VV.
    « Risposta #64 il: 23 Agosto 2016, 12:27:46 »
  • Sono molto curioso di questo aquaman

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    Re:Aquaman (USA) di Abnett, Walker, Merino, AA.VV.
    « Risposta #65 il: 26 Agosto 2016, 10:34:26 »
  • Letto il #5.
    Altro bel numero. Adesso ne vedremo delle belle con
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    l'Azzurrone
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    « Risposta #67 il: 07 Settembre 2016, 01:55:13 »

  • Aquaman #8 by Joshua Middleton
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    Re:Aquaman (USA) di Abnett, Walker, Merino, AA.VV.
    « Risposta #68 il: 07 Settembre 2016, 20:52:21 »
  • Letto #6
    Mmm Abnett stava andando bene, ma non è riuscito a bilanciare per bene le due parti, doveva fare in modo che il lettore stesse dalla parte del protagonista, ma invece davo ragione a Superman, però però....è andata come è andata, alla fine ha scritto bene sia Aquaman che Superman, il lettore non dovrebbe avere problemi a giustificare le azioni di Arthur, ha fatto quello che ha fatto perchè era sotto stress, ma appunto, aveva torto. :sisi:
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  • This series caps off its first story arc with suitably high stakes. Atlantis is ready to launch a full-blown invasion of the surface world, and only Superman stands a chance of keeping peace on the table. For some readers, the simple thrill of seeing Aquaman and Superman going toe-to-toe may be the main draw here. There is a certain appeal in seeing two titans clobber each other, especially with Brad Walker finally back in the artist's chair and bringing a bold sense of power to every page. His facial work is oddly distorted at times, but his action is dynamic and impeccably rendered. Ultimately, though, the Aquaman/Superman battle comes across as a bit forced and unnecessary. And in the end, a little pointless given Superman's peacekeeping mission. But despite that, this issue manages to bring the current conflict to a close while offering a sobering reminder of the cost if Aquaman can't balance his dual responsibilities to his kingdom and his friends on the surface. -Jesse

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    7.3/10
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    « Risposta #70 il: 13 Settembre 2016, 02:08:17 »
  • Aquaman #6
    Written by Dan Abnett
    Art by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy and Gabe Eltaeb
    Lettering by Pat Brosseau
    Published by DC Comics
    Review by David Pepose
    ‘Rama Rating: 9 out of 10

    “I’m the King of Atlantis, Superman! Please give me a chance to show what that means! Or there’s no damn point of me existing at all.”

    While Superman has been paired off against Batman and Wonder Woman with no small success over the years, I’ve always found Clark Kent’s potential against Aquaman to be of particular interest. Sure, in one corner, you’ve got a solar-powered Kryptonian capable of pulling planets out of their orbit. But there are many definitions of power, and that’s what makes any story pitting him against Aquaman so interesting - because Superman, at the end of the day, is just one man. But Arthur Curry isn’t just inhumanly strong and durable - he’s a king. A world power, capable of withstanding the crushing responsibility of leadership as well as the burden of holding back a force that could make or break our entire world.

    It’s that friction that creates such great sparks with Aquaman #6, as Dan Abnett and Brad Walker conclude their first arc featuring the King of the Seven Seas, who now must face down the Man of Steel himself as an international incident quickly begins to spiral out of control. Not only does the inclusion of Superman give Aquaman a sizable threat to deal with, but it ties in nicely with the overall themes that Abnett has been playing with throughout his run thus far, about the moral quandaries of political leadership and diplomacy that keep volatile factions from descending into war. While Abnett does occasionally overplay his hand with some of the unnecessary self-deprecation that’s haunted Arthur Curry since the "New 52," there’s still plenty to like about both the artwork and the philosophical debates that grounds Aquaman #6.

    With the guest appearance of Superman, Abnett is able to have his cake and eat it, too, as he’s able to not just scale up the threat that Aquaman must face, but he’s able to justify why this is a threat that only Arthur can face, rather than being the sort of global-scale event that might typically call together the entirety of the Justice League. Abnett never lets us forget that while there might be no rules when it comes to punching Starro in the face, when it comes to international debacles such as the brewing tensions between Atlantis and the United States, there is protocol that must be taken into account before leaping into the fray.

    When this conflict results in Aquaman and Mera punching way out of their weight class as they go toe-to-toe with Superman, the tension is palpable - however, Abnett does go a little too far with it, as later on in the book we see that much of that tension comes from Aquaman’s self-image problems as the “black sheep” of the Justice League (and, metatextually, of the DC Universe as a whole). We’ve heard Aquaman jokes forever as fans, and while they can be in good fun in a comic shop, playing into those self-defeating stereotypes isn’t necessarily the best of looks when it’s in your own book. We live in a world where certified badass Jason Mamoa is going to be playing the role in a multimillion dollar movie - Aquaman can be cool. Own it!

    And when it comes to owning that coolness, it’s clear that Brad Walker gets it. While Abnett might betray some insecurities about the character in his script, Walker makes Aquaman look tough as hell, ready to stare down an ominous-looking Superman, who hovers just high enough to give himself a massive height advantage. While occasionally some of the fight choreography might be just a shade over-the-top, Walker makes this fracas between Aquaman and Superman a really dynamic one, with the two locked in combat like a pair of Roman gladiators. Walker fits these two combatants together like puzzle pieces, with Superman leaping towards Aquaman as Arthur holds up an elbow to hold him back, or Clark slamming his adversary into a splintering tree trunk. Inker Andrew Hennessy, meanwhile, has softened his rendering nicely with this issue, while colorist Gabe Eltaeb gives this fight just the right amount of energy, keeping everything legible and easy to follow.

    Ultimately, Aquaman #6 might not wind up having a ton of lasting fallout for Arthur and Mera Curry, but as far as concluding its first arc, Abnett and Walker have done an admirable job, using standard superhero tropes as a backdrop to a surprisingly rich and nuanced political landscape. And that makes perfect sense - Arthur Curry isn’t just a superhero, he’s a world power, and as Abnett has shown us, great power doesn’t just equal great responsibility, but it also entails great complications as well.
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    Re:Aquaman (USA) di Abnett, Walker, Merino, AA.VV.
    « Risposta #71 il: 15 Settembre 2016, 17:23:59 »
  • Letto #6
    Mmm Abnett stava andando bene, ma non è riuscito a bilanciare per bene le due parti, doveva fare in modo che il lettore stesse dalla parte del protagonista, ma invece davo ragione a Superman, però però....è andata come è andata, alla fine ha scritto bene sia Aquaman che Superman, il lettore non dovrebbe avere problemi a giustificare le azioni di Arthur, ha fatto quello che ha fatto perchè era sotto stress, ma appunto, aveva torto. :sisi:
    Io invece trovo che Supes sia stato scritto come una specie di boyscout.
    Cioè, davvero il presidente lo chiama e lui risponde così? Ma cos'è, un cane?  :lolle:
    Mi pareva di essere tornati all'Azzurrone-soldato di TDKR.
    Soprattutto perché è stato il governo degli Stati Uniti a rinchiudere illegalmente un membro della Justice League e un regnante coperto fino a prova contraria dall'immunità diplomatica.
    Comunque vabbé. Diciamo che è plausibile.



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  • AQUAMAN #12
    Written by DAN ABNETT
    Art by PHILIPPE BRIONES
    Cover by BRAD WALKER and ANDREW HENNESSEY
    Variant covers by JOSHUA MIDDLETON
    Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.
    “THE DELUGE” part one! It’s war! With the undersea army of N.E.M.O. at his command, Black Manta draws the U.S. and Atlantis into the war Aquaman has been fighting to prevent. Now the sea king races to uncover proof of N.E.M.O.’s deception before the two nations destroy each other.
    On sale DECEMBER 7 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

    AQUAMAN #13
    Written by DAN ABNETT
    Art by SCOT EATON and WAYNE FAUCHER
    Cover by BRAD WALKER and ANDREW HENNESSEY
    Variant covers by JOSHUA MIDDLETON
    Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.
    “THE DELUGE” part two! The war between the United States and Atlantis takes a turn for the worse when the U.S. activates its newest weapon to assassinate Aquaman and dismantle his undersea kingdom: the Aquamarines, super-soldiers who have been biologically enhanced to combat the abilities of any Atlantean.
    On sale DECEMBER 21 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
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    « Risposta #73 il: 20 Settembre 2016, 01:21:43 »
  • Addirittura.
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    Re:Aquaman (USA) di Abnett, Walker, Merino, AA.VV.
    « Risposta #74 il: 20 Settembre 2016, 12:36:28 »
  • Sembra molto interessante questa testata, inoltre Abnett sta facendo un buon laovoro sui Titani, forse potrei provarla.