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The tides turn for the Sea King as Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel, Pretty Deadly) and red-hot artist Robson Rocha steer Aquaman into uncharted waters! Dive back into Aquamans story as he continues his epic adventure. Arthur Curry discovers more of his true nature and his connection to the seas. Once he regains his memories and uncovers the secrets of his past, will he The tides turn for the Sea King as Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel, Pretty Deadly) and red-hot artist Robson Rocha steer Aquaman into uncharted waters! Dive back into Aquaman’s story as he continues his epic adventure. Arthur Curry discovers more of his true nature and his connection to the seas. Once he regains his memories and uncovers the secrets of his past, will he remember that he is a king? Or will he discover that he is a god? Collects Aquaman #48-52


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The tides turn for the Sea King as Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel, Pretty Deadly) and red-hot artist Robson Rocha steer Aquaman into uncharted waters! Dive back into Aquamans story as he continues his epic adventure. Arthur Curry discovers more of his true nature and his connection to the seas. Once he regains his memories and uncovers the secrets of his past, will he The tides turn for the Sea King as Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel, Pretty Deadly) and red-hot artist Robson Rocha steer Aquaman into uncharted waters! Dive back into Aquaman’s story as he continues his epic adventure. Arthur Curry discovers more of his true nature and his connection to the seas. Once he regains his memories and uncovers the secrets of his past, will he remember that he is a king? Or will he discover that he is a god? Collects Aquaman #48-52

30 review for Aquaman, Vol. 2: Amnesty

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    DeConnick finally gives us some answers as Arthur gets some of his memories back. I liked this much better than the first volume. DeConnick has started pulling some continuity in from previous runs along with bringing Black Manta back. Manta is a fantastic villain and should always be circling the waters of Aquaman in some regard. I like how she's starting to dig into Mera as well. Mera may be an even more interesting character than Aquaman. The art by Viktor Bogdanovic and Robson Rocha is DeConnick finally gives us some answers as Arthur gets some of his memories back. I liked this much better than the first volume. DeConnick has started pulling some continuity in from previous runs along with bringing Black Manta back. Manta is a fantastic villain and should always be circling the waters of Aquaman in some regard. I like how she's starting to dig into Mera as well. Mera may be an even more interesting character than Aquaman. The art by Viktor Bogdanovic and Robson Rocha is excellent.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    An improvement on the previous volume featuring AmnesiAquaman, but on the whole I am yet to be convinced by these stories. Keeping the Old Gods loitering about seems kind of pointless, but there was at least one high point in the scene wherein the conflict between Arthur and Mera is finally revealed. Oh yeah, Black Manta is back too but he doesn't do a whole lot here apart from set the groundwork for the Volume 3.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jesús

    After an unexpectedly strong opening arc, this second arc shoehorns DeConnicks take on Aquaman into his established continuity. For that reason, this arc is almost entirely exposition. Where DeConnicks opening arc promised something fresh and epic, this second arc returns the character to well-trodden (and largely uninteresting) territory. [Read in single issues] After an unexpectedly strong opening arc, this second arc shoehorns DeConnick’s take on Aquaman into his established continuity. For that reason, this arc is almost entirely exposition. Where DeConnick’s opening arc promised something fresh and epic, this second arc returns the character to well-trodden (and largely uninteresting) territory. [Read in single issues]

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cisz Geverink - Strasters

    Deze Vol 2 is anders. Iet wat verwarrend, en een ander soort verhaallijn en graphics (niet mijn favoriete artist), en toch ben ik benieuwd waar het heen gaat!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Felix Zilich

    Бородатый Артур Карри возвращается к маяку в Амнести-Бэй. Под парусом и в компании древних морских богов, которым предстоит теперь адаптироваться к современному миру. Мило, перспективно, но, для начала, слишком похоже на сеттинг Тора. Особенно в его текущей итерации из киновселенной, где выжившие асгардцы занимаются в верфях примерно тем же самым. Но проблема даже не в этом. Со второго тома ДеКонник начинает, собственно, то, ради чего её и пригласили - постепенно меняет интонацию. У Эрики Уотсон Бородатый Артур Карри возвращается к маяку в Амнести-Бэй. Под парусом и в компании древних морских богов, которым предстоит теперь адаптироваться к современному миру. Мило, перспективно, но, для начала, слишком похоже на сеттинг Тора. Особенно в его текущей итерации из киновселенной, где выжившие асгардцы занимаются в верфях примерно тем же самым. Но проблема даже не в этом. Со второго тома ДеКонник начинает, собственно, то, ради чего её и пригласили - постепенно меняет интонацию. У Эрики Уотсон наконец появляется жених - офицер Дуэйн Фрейдон, а в Амнести возвращается второй аквалэд Джейсон Хайд со всем набором обычных проблем. Манта, разумеется, тоже вернулся, а вместе с ним и ктулхианское наследие великого Тристрама Маурера. Не хотел спойлерить - накидал имён.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nik-El Kent

    Finally got to see how the protector of deep lost his memories and who made him what he was today. Also seen his little princess

  7. 4 out of 5

    HowardtheDuck95

    Hmmm. Its an enjoyable read, for the most part, but more frustrating than the last volume. Solid art, still. But this volume splits into 3 different plot threads, and I think it slows things down too much. The A plot, with Arthur, is fine. Not my favorite, but fun. Superhero adventure stuff, a dash of Lovecraft (though I wish it went much further, that would be an interesting story in and of itself.) The B plot, with Mera, is...frustrating. Especially the first part of it, where she clung tightly Hmmm. It’s an enjoyable read, for the most part, but more frustrating than the last volume. Solid art, still. But this volume splits into 3 different plot threads, and I think it slows things down too much. The A plot, with Arthur, is fine. Not my favorite, but fun. Superhero adventure stuff, a dash of Lovecraft (though I wish it went much further, that would be an interesting story in and of itself.) The B plot, with Mera, is...frustrating. Especially the first part of it, where she clung tightly to the Idiot Ball, so to speak. But... once a certain part where she and another character try to stick a spanner in the works of the Atlantean Nuns (I forget their real name and don’t care; I’d like to see them dead or gone with all the headache BS they’ve heaped on things since they’ve first appeared) it gets amusing. I love good ol’ malicious compliance. But still...the way it starts was stupid, and it shouldn’t have gotten to that point. I completely understand the frustration with the handling of Mera and Arthur’s relationship now. The C plot is Black Manta, and it’s mostly set up for the next volume. It’s got potential to be intriguing, and is dealing with some interesting psychological stuff for the character. Overall, it’s messy, but enjoyable. Rocha and Bogandovic’s art being stellar helps.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Revell

    Aquaman returns to its regular continuity, and its mostly a good story about homecoming, with a bunch of exposition about the history of Amnesty Bay and a number of guest characters. The segments with Arthur himself are good, with some Lovecraftian themes (and some rather indirect references to the game Call of Cthulhu) and even the big fight scene at the end showing more of the collateral than such things normally do. Aside from the flashbacks with Arthur, the scenes with Mera are less Aquaman returns to its regular continuity, and its mostly a good story about homecoming, with a bunch of exposition about the history of Amnesty Bay and a number of guest characters. The segments with Arthur himself are good, with some Lovecraftian themes (and some rather indirect references to the game Call of Cthulhu) and even the big fight scene at the end showing more of the collateral than such things normally do. Aside from the flashbacks with Arthur, the scenes with Mera are less interesting; she seems to be stalling for time, and arguably, so is the comic. Black Manta is back with a big robot in tow, but that's obviously set up for the next volume and isn't very interesting on its own. This makes the story less interesting than that in Vol. 1, but it gets us back on track, as was needed after the lengthy sojourn elsewhere. I'll give it 4 for DeConnick's writing and the high-quality artwork, more than for the plot.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    Art was amazing (the colours were absolutely magical), story was pretty good too, and I love how the story wove in very relatable feminist and personal moments! Kelly Sue DeConnick really nailed Diana and Mera's personalities and what made them such strong and powerful role models for women :D Arthur's struggle with his insecurities was relatable, but he kind of lags behind his female costars in terms of story and development. But I don't think that's such a bad thing, since we get to see a new Art was amazing (the colours were absolutely magical), story was pretty good too, and I love how the story wove in very relatable feminist and personal moments! Kelly Sue DeConnick really nailed Diana and Mera's personalities and what made them such strong and powerful role models for women :D Arthur's struggle with his insecurities was relatable, but he kind of lags behind his female costars in terms of story and development. But I don't think that's such a bad thing, since we get to see a new side of Arthur, one which is more insecure, unsure of himself, and learning the ropes as he goes. I have to say I was apprehensive about DeConnick writing Aquaman, but I definitely have no reservations about it after reading this volume! Can't wait to see what happens next!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lukas Holmes

    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS this is good. You've got this great Lovecraft feel (minus the racism) sprinkled throughout the book, while all the tropes of super heroes and nonsense is there. Mera is really being given a fuller character, which she deserves. And, I can't lie, the way they have Mother Shark lurking in the back ground of panels in the distance at the start is so well done. Who would have ever guessed I would be interested in Aquaman, but DeConnick pulls it off.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    Not sure where any of the moving parts of this volume are going. Reserving judgement for the next volume.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Eric Federspiel

  13. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rahul Tripathi

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dylan Stuart

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ben Dorris

  17. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

  18. 4 out of 5

    Persephone

  19. 5 out of 5

    Thelaurakremer

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Herbert

  21. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

  22. 4 out of 5

    King Mob

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sara Sears

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ron

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rickey

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

  27. 5 out of 5

    Eric Mahollitz

  28. 4 out of 5

    Manofmatt

  29. 5 out of 5

    Heather

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kelly m

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