Aquaman, Volume 4: Underworld

Aquaman, Volume 4: Underworld

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Former terrorists have replaced the Atlantean police. Crime lords control huge swaths of the kingdom. And a deadly undersea arsenal is trained on the surface-dwellers. All is as King Rath commands—and yet whispers persist of a rebel in the slums of Atlantis: A hero with the potential to change the world.

In a tale that echoes sci-fi and fantasy sagas of the past, this critically acclaimed graphic novel is already being hailed as one of the greatest Aquaman stories ever told. Collects AQUAMAN #25-30.

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Title:Aquaman, Volume 4: Underworld
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401275426
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  • James DeSantis

    Well least we're getting back on track. After a meh third volume Dan decided to step his game up, and add a new artist...an AMAZING artist! Stjepan Sejic comes in to give Aquaman a HUGE boost. Who el...

  • Robert

    All Hail The AQUAMAN!Arthur lives (no big surprise) but has taken refuge in the poorest district of Atlantis to help where he can and keep a low profile. He even goes so far as to state he's inspired ...

  • Wing Kee

    What a turnaround!!!!World: Šejić is PERFECT for this series and brings a level of depth (pun intended) and weight to the world that was missing before. His characters are gorgeous and convey so muc...

  • Koen

    Yesyesyes, I liked this! :)Don't know what it was... yeah I do, the art.. ;) Fell in love for the art... Stayed for the tension ... Seeing Arthur getting back after being killed in the previous part.....

  • Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues]Dan Abnett's Aquaman run has been chugging along quite nicely, but it seems he's ready to kick things into high gear and leave the surface world behind for a story set almost en...

  • Dana Alma

    I'm so impressed with Aquaman! He is finally taking center stage as a super hero. The power struggle to claim his throne leads Arthur down a new path. I thought the secondary characters gave depth to ...

  • Nicola Mansfield

    I really like this new Aquaman, he's always been one of my favourites, but now he's even better and Dan Abnett writes one mean story. I somehow missed Vol. 2 & 3 (being rectified right now). However, ...

  • Theediscerning

    Arthur is dead, and his bride queen totty thing stuck in the land of us air-breathers. In charge of Atlantis is a new baddy, with bad intentions. So bad, he's got a punky hair-do AND Braveheart make-u...

  • Joe Howe

    On a very basic level, I'm not really a fan of Abnett's characterization of Aquaman, but this book...this book delivers. Abnett is admirably consistent in his characterization and does a lot to give i...

  • James Chan

    Just finished a galley from DC.Dan Abnett is creating one of the best Aquaman runs in a long while. It's hard to write a compelling yarn about a hero that everyone knows talks to fish but under his pe...