And Then I Read: AQUAMAN 34

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Since the departure of writer Geoff Johns, this title has had ups and downs. This issue is one of the weaker ones, it’s Aquaman against a sea chameleon of sorts who is also part human. The battle might be considered equal except that Arthur Curry is the smarter of the pair, and of course, the hero of the book. The issue is mainly fighting and posturing with a slightly interesting turn of events at the end. The guest artist team of Carlos Rodriguez and Bit (shortest inker name ever?) looks fine, and there’s an appealing flashback sequence made better by colorist Rain Beredo. That said, I can only mildly recommend it.

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