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Revue de presse

 "Aquaman has been a rollicking good ride."—Mtv Geek
"Aquaman" has surprised some comic fans and won consistent critical and popular acclaim. Don't you think it's time to find out what all the hubbub is about?"—Comic Book Resources
"With Reis on art and Johns using his full creative juices, Aquaman is constantly setting the bar higher and higher."—Craveonline

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Biographie de l'auteur

Geoff Johns is an award-winning writer and one of the most popular contemporary comic book writers today. Johns is the author of The New York Times bestselling graphic novels Aquaman: The Trench, Blackest Night, Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps War, Justice League: Origin, Superman: Brainiac and Batman: Earth One which hit #1 on the bestseller list. He is also known for transforming Green Lantern into one of the most critically and commercially successful franchises in comics.

Johns was born in Detroit and studied media arts, screenwriting, and film at Michigan State University. After moving to Los Angeles, he became an assistant to Richard Donner, director of Superman: The Movie. He and his mentor Donner later co-wrote Superman: Last Son featuring the return of General Zod.

Johns has written for various other media, including episodes of Smallville, Arrow and Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken, for which he was nominated along with his co-writers for an Emmy. He is the Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment and resides in Los Angeles, California.

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  • Broché: 160 pages
  • Editeur : DC Comics (19 novembre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1401242952
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401242954
  • Dimensions du produit: 16,7 x 0,6 x 25,8 cm
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Par david phuong le 24 août 2014
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But while I was reading I couldn't help but wonder who would win in a fight between Aquaman's Others and the Others from Lost...Because Mr. Ecko would probably give Arthur a run for his money with his religious stick. Maybe he could carve the name Poseïdon on it and Arthur would be all freaked out...Also Michelle Rodriguez vs. That woman with the panther would be something I'd like to se on pay per view but let's face it...The panther is too much of an advantage...unless Michelle can use the polar bear from the island...Now we are talking ! or hyenas...I don't know that just popped in my head...
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You're looking at a real hero. 4 juin 2013
Par Dylan McGregor - Publié sur
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When I was a kid watching "The Super Friends" I generally liked Aquaman and any reason for him to telepathically talk to sea life to save the day. As I got older and heard the Gilbert Godfrey "he talks to fish" and even the Robot Chicken spoofs I kind of shined him on for Iron Man and the Flash comics. After 35 years of reading comics I can say that what Geoff Johns has done for DC comics and especially Aquaman rivals anything Bendis has done for Marvel (I like them both BTW). Aquaman has become one of my favorite comics. As much as I love the Green Lantern series since the Blackest Night run and the current Uncanny Avengers from Marvel very few comics have been on par with Aquaman as far as story and artwork.

Splash pages: Exceptional

Cast of characters: Volume 2 has created some fantastic characters and background story making Arther Curry a unique and fantastic hero. Mera was well developed in the lantern war for newer readers and shines in this book as well as the "Others".

Aquaman's powers: We have always known Aquaman had telepathy with sea life, physically stronger than humans (largely addressed in the Justice League cartoons), and can swim fast but even Namor the Sub-Lamer had better descriptions of his abilities thanks to the FF comics (Avengers vs. X-men was not my favorite series but watching Ben Grimm smack down Namor was seriously satisfying). Now through Johns' storytelling we are getting a much better idea of just how powerful Aquaman is and why he deserves his spot in the Justice League. Reference the Justice League Crisis on Two Earths DVD and you'll get an animated idea of his physical strength. Play the "Injustice" video game and again he's in a better light as one of the better characters.

As an unapologetic collector of comic books for the last 3 decades I currently collect 6 Marvel titles and 7 DC titles and I can honestly say that for the first time in my life a DC title places #1 in my collection schedule and it is Aquaman.
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A true triumph for DC, for Geoff Johns, and for the character Aquaman! 6 novembre 2013
Par N. Beitler - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Title: Aquaman Vol 2: The Others (HC)
Publisher: DC
Writer: Geoff Johns
Artists: Ivan Reis (pencils), Joe Prado, Andy Lanning, Oclair Albert, Jonathon Glapion, Julio Ferreira, Ivan Reis (inks), Rod Reis (colors), Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Rod Reis (covers)
Collects: Aquaman #7-13
Price: $22.99

If you already read Aquaman Vol. 1: The Trench (The New 52) by Geoff Johns (May 21 2013), you know how good that book was. Or, if you read my review of that book, you know how great I thought it was. Either way, it was a great launch for this revised title, and this second volume happens to be just as good. In this volume, we learn a great deal more about THIS VERSION (aka the New 52 Aquaman) of Aquaman - particularly in regards to his past relationship with Black Manta and a group of crime-fighting heroes he used to hang with in his younger days. The name of this group was "The Others" and that's where the mysterious title of this book comes from. In this story we also learn quite a bit more about Aquaman's past relationship with Dr. Shin, and the nature of their falling out.

As every comic fan is well aware of, Aquaman's had a long history of being the butt of countless jokes. He's always been a sort of second-class hero. Likewise, his arch-enemy Black Manta has long been considered a pretty weak villain. NOT AFTER READING THIS! Johns really elevates both of these characters' standing - making both of them characters to be feared and not people you would want to be working against you. Not only do both look cool, but they act in very menacing and calculated ways that make them far cooler than they've ever been in the past. Aquaman is FINALLY a book that I wouldn't be embarrassed to have on my shelves!

Ivan Reis (of GL fame) is just knocking it out of the park on artwork, as well! The pencils, inks and colors on this book just look incredible, and easily stand up to the best of any artist from any company. Black Manta just looks supremely cool in every panel that he's on, and so does everyone else that Reis puts his pencil to. It's literally been years since I gave any book a perfect 10 on art, but I had to give it to this great-looking book!

There's little (if anything) to complain about with this book. It was a pleasure to read and one that is sure to continue to attract the attention of comic readers and swell the ranks of persons who refer to themselves as fans of Aquaman! A true triumph for DC, for Geoff Johns, and for this particular character!

Writing: 10/10
Artwork: 10/10
Cool Factor: 9/10
Value: 9/10

Overall: 9.5/10
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Aquaman 16 juillet 2013
Par Ashank - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Geoff Johns has done something incredible with Aquaman. The series continues to get better with every issue. Because of this book Aquaman is now my favorite superhero
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Aquaman's Past Lives Run Deep 18 juillet 2013
Par Mel Odom - Publié sur
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Aquaman has secrets no one in the DC Universe has ever known about - and Geoff Johns is sharing them in The Others, the second graphic novel from the New 52 run he's currently writing.

As I have stated in another review, I was blown away by Johns' new incarnation of Aquaman. Although a perennial favorite of mine, Aquaman (Arthur Curry) has been much maligned in the comics community, and especially in one of my favorite television shows, The Big Bang Theory.

You can't make jokes about this revitalized Aquaman. He's as tough as they come, not quite Superman level, but I'm beginning to think he could go toe to toe with Wonder Woman. But as always in a Geoff Johns story, it's the character's backstory that really takes center stage.

And boy, does Arthur Curry have one. Although some of the seeds for this revelation are laid in the first graphic novel, they really come to fruition in this one. I'd never seen Aquaman as quite the bad boy (well, maybe a little in the Peter David run), but his younger self was a lot different from the man he is today. Of course, Johns lays out the reasons for all the strum and drang in his story: Aquman's mother disappeared after giving birth to him, he was raised by his father who kept waiting for the love of his life to reappear, he manifested strange powers that set him even further apart from the general population, and Dr. Shin was there to exploit Arthur - up to the point of causing Arthur's dad's death.

That's a lot of estrangement to deal with. On top of that, as the displaced king of Atlantis, there are unknown factions out to get him, and the sunken continent has got a lot of hidden mythology we never knew about.

The Others are the first super team Aquaman worked with prior to the Justice League. Johns outdoes himself with their creation, making each member volatile and instantly memorable. Not only that, he ties them in to some of Atlantis's lost legacy and reveals where Arthur got his cool new trident.

Mera continues to be a big part of the series, and I loved the scenes between her and Ya'Wara (who would have ever figured Arthur would have been an item with a JUNGLE queen? Yet, Johns makes that make sense too). That tension could have been played out differently, rendering Mera as a worried female. Instead she is bold and trusts Arthur, and just makes sure she marks her territory to the ex-flame.

Black Manta has long been a staple in the Aquaman universe, but his character in this graphic novel is a lot more edgy and dangerous than he has ever been. Previously, I just hadn't seen him as much of a match for Aquaman, but in this story he's definitely a physical and intellectual threat.

In laying down the foundations of Atlantis, Johns is also setting up the future complications with the sunken city and his half-brother, Orm. I can't wait so see where Arthur's story takes us next.

As always, Ivan Reis's art is simply fantastic. He draws readers - literally - into fascinating and detailed worlds. I often go back through the pages just to absorb the images.
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Graphic Novel Review: "Aquaman Volume 2: The Others" 10 juin 2013
Par ERSInk . com - Publié sur
Format: Relié
"Aquaman Volume 2: The Others" continues to re-establish the King of Atlantis's position as a super hero just as important to the DC Universe as Green Lantern or The Flash. The second collection of the monthly series contains issues #7 through 13. Writer Geoff Johns and artist Ivan Reis energetically bring the character's complex and adventurous tales to life.

When Black Mantis begins killing off members of Aquaman's first super hero team, he is forced to re-join them and keep the super-villain from gathering together ancient and powerful Atlantean relics for his own evil purposes. Black Mantis's motivation is fueled even more by his hatred and thirst for revenge against Aquaman, which makes him even more volatile and motivated. Will Aquaman allow the Others to help him in the fight against his greatest foe, or will he drive them away to keep the team safe from a fury he feels responsible for creating?

After years of being looked at as somewhat of a joke and considered irrelevant by many, writer Geoff Johns soldiers on and gives the character back his dignity and makes it cool to be a fan of Aquaman again. He does a fabulous job of fleshing out the King of the Sea's backstory.

Johns successfully establishes him as an important member of another group of super heroes to prepare him to be an essential part of the greatest team, the Justice League. He has a way of sucking you into his stories and making it impossible to put down the book until the bitter end. And it is a bitter end, as the reader is left wanting more.

Ivan Reis is from the same school of art as Jim Lee. His style is very precise and lifelike. You can tell he takes his time and creates intricate illustrations which bring Johns' words to life. Reis loves to go big, as shown by his many one and two-page spreads which would look great framed on any fanboy or fangirl's office wall.

Another thing I'd like to comment on is the ridiculous size of every female super hero's bosoms. Women are supposed to have breasts, but do they always have to be falling out of their costumes or appear to be in a cold meat locker? I know it pleases the fanboys out there, but what about girls with inferiority complexes who might be interested in reading comics. There's a potential audience out there who might find this offensive... and it quite possibly isn't just females.
There are usually character designs, cover sketches, and variant covers included in these graphic novel editions. Strangely, "Aquaman Volume 2: The Others" only features the Robot Chicken alternate cover to issue #12. I can't imagine there wasn't tons of character design sketches for the Others. It would have been awesome to see those.

"Aquaman Volume 2: The Others" is an exciting and addictive continuation of Arthur Curry's origin story. The only thing missing from this is the self-aware humor Johns brought to the first book. It's interesting to see the character develop and grow before he joins the ranks of the Super Friends.
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