Read Aquaman, Volume 3: Crown of Atlantis Online Free - A part of DC Universe Rebirth, the adventures of the King of the Seven Seas continue in AQUAMAN VOL. 3!
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 this nefarious organization to provoke hostilities between Atlantis and America. The Deluge--the prophesied, all-out global war--is about to begin...
It's up to Aquaman to uncover proof of N.E.M.O.'s deception before the two nations destroy each other!
With writer Dan Abnett (TITANS HUNT) and the art team of Phillipe Briones (NEW SUICIDE SQUAD) and Brad Walker (SINESTRO) at the helm, the King of Atlantis faces his gravest challenge yet in AQUAMAN VOL. 3! Collects AQUAMAN #16-24.
|Title||:||Aquaman, Volume 3: Crown of Atlantis|
|Number of Pages||:||215 pages|
October 23, 2017
Oh Aquaman, why can't you seem to hit the highs anymore?
So this volume really just bounces all over the place. We have some that deal with the Dark Water. Remember that? Yeah that's the big ass creatures that pop out of any little water and murder people. Then we also deal with some political ar...
November 28, 2017
Really a few arcs combined in one long volume.
I do enjoy Abnett writing Aquaman so no complaints other than wondering if editorially this could have been separated into other volumes, or the last 3 chapters added to the next volume making it a bigger edition.
October 06, 2017
This book should be rated more like a 4.5 stars. I give it 5 stars only because of the stellar issues #23 & #24. It has been a wild ride for the King of Atlantis. Dan Abnett really understands the character of Aquaman. Aquaman aka Arthur Curry is always a man stuck between two worlds. He want...
August 26, 2017
[Read as single issues]
The threat of NEMO and Black Manta is behind him. Now, Aquaman can turn his attention back to Atlantis...right?
Wrong. Dead Water returns, and a supercomputer tries to murder Aquaman because he wants to be friends. And of course, while all that's happening, there's a coup in...
October 10, 2017
The war between Atlantis and the US is over, but has trust been built strong enough to keep the peace?
First, he faces off with Warhead, a sentient robot with PTSD, who uses technomancy and mind control in an effort to "find a safe place". Cool story, but seemed a bit like filler.
Secondly, Dead Wa...
October 26, 2017
You know I have to say that Dan Abnett has done a masterful job with this run. I love all the court intrigue and political machinations that he's incorporated. It really brings another layer to the character. Haven't read a ton of Rebirth comics but the rest will have a long way to go to match th...
September 22, 2017
OH MY GOD NO.
August 21, 2017
OK start and...really again...finish...ARGH!!!!
World: The art is okay. I think it could be better, especially with the Dead Water stuff the tone of the art didn't really help the story. It could have been darker and more contrasting shades of light and shadow giving it a horror tone that would ha...
December 11, 2017
It has come to my attention that one shared characteristic of the DC and Marvel universes is that Atlanteans are invariably assholes.
I mean, Namor would fit right in with these haughty jerks, wouldn't he? Poor Arthur might just be in the wrong universe...
This compilation made for some uneven read...
September 01, 2017
Okay, I didn't totally hated this, but this had definitely less "panache" and "pizzaz" than the previous volume..
True, we did get three stories, three bad guys: Warhead, the "return" of Deadwater (sorry, don't know him, must have missed the first encounter), and Rath's back as well ...
But all st...