A new story arc begins with the team sorting things out with the “new” Vostok and then splitting to catch up with other responsibilities. An interesting breather, a chance to get to know the characters a bit better, and to see their new floating headquarters. This book still feels completely unconnected to the regular Aquaman title, but that’s not such a bad thing. The writing by Jurgens is fine, the art by Medina and Martinez looks good, there’s enough action to move things along, and of course a new threat arises toward the end. A slightly old-school team book, which is okay with me.