miércoles, 20 de junio de 2018
Some thoughts about Aquaman #37
Arthur has lost the opportunity to kill Rath by saving Murk and now he will require of even more power if he wants to face him.
The story continues and while is still taking too long, I would be lying if I said I don't enjoy it.
Dan Abnett brings a new chapter where he explores more about Atlantis and its mythos. The mystery behind Corum Rath's new powers are revealed and it actually presents yet another interesting aspect of Atlantis' history which is really well-connected to some of the early concepts created by Peter David during The Atlantis Chronicles including magic and power.
This of course, is also connected to Rath's unstoppable desire for more power while his sanity continues to be destroyed and he wants to do the same to his own Kingdom now. While he remains as a Trump parody, he's still presented as a pretty powerful threat and his development makes sense considering the background Abnett created for him.
Riccardo Federeci remains in art duties and his work is still perfect for the fantasy tone of the story thanks to his distinctive style and solid storytelling.
Good read but please progress more of the plot in the next one.