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AQUAMAN A Celebration of 75 Years

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AQUAMAN A Celebration of 75 Years

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Collects the original Adventure Comics #73,1941; Adventure #89, #120, #174, #220, #260, #266, #269, #444, #452, #475; Aquaman #1, #18, #40,1962; Justice League of America Annual #2; Aquaman #3, 1986; Aquaman #2, #34, 1991; Aquaman #4, #17, 1994; and Aquam Recommended. By Mort Weisinger, Paul Norris, Jim Aparo, Nick Cardy, Ramona Fradon et al. Though often overshadowed, Aquaman is among the most enduring characters in the DC Universe. The King of Atlantis is one of the few Golden Age characters to appear continually in comics into the present day, in part due to Ramona Fradon's wonderful artwork throughout the 1950s and Nick Cardy later on. Aquaman is a founding member of the Justice League, the first DC hero to start a family and soon will star in his own big-screen film. 400 pages of his finest moments.

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Though often overshadowed, Aquaman is among the most enduring characters in the DC Universe. The King of Atlantis is one of the few Golden Age characters to appear continually in comics into the present day, in part due to Ramona Fradon's wonderful artwork throughout the 1950s and Nick Cardy later on. Aquaman is a founding member of the Justice League, the first DC hero to start a family and soon will star in his own big-screen film. 400 pages of his finest moments.

From the lighthearted swashbuckling adventures of Aquaman’s early decades, through the loss of his son (not to mention his hand), to his modern reinvention as a formidable master of the sea, this is a crash course in more than seven decades of DC history!

Aquaman was first created in the pages of Adventure Comics by Mort Weisinger and artist Paul Norris, who went on to draw the Flash Gordon newspaper strip. This also features the writing of such comics superstars as Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis, Jim Aparo, Steve Skeates, Peter David, Paul Levitz, and others.

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Item Code AQ75H
Publisher DC
Publish Date 2016
ISBN 9781401264468
Binding Hard Cover
Dimensions 7x10
# Pages 400pg
Color Full Color
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