Aquaman: El hundimiento de San Diego

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Aquaman: El hundimiento de San Diego

Aquaman El hundimiento de San Diego Edici n espa ola Incluye Aquaman Vol IV la saga conocida en ingl s como American Tidal El rey de los siete mares regresa con un volumen donde se recopila una de las sagas m s emblem ticas tanto

  • Title: Aquaman: El hundimiento de San Diego
  • Author: Will Pfeifer Patrick Gleason
  • ISBN: 9788467450224
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
  • Edici n espa ola Incluye Aquaman Vol IV 15 20, la saga conocida en ingl s como American Tidal.El rey de los siete mares regresa con un volumen donde se recopila una de las sagas m s emblem ticas tanto del personaje como del Universo DC de los ltimos a os Will Pfeifer Catwoman, Batman Presenta y Patrick Gleason Green Lantern Corps presentan El hundimiento de SanEdici n espa ola Incluye Aquaman Vol IV 15 20, la saga conocida en ingl s como American Tidal.El rey de los siete mares regresa con un volumen donde se recopila una de las sagas m s emblem ticas tanto del personaje como del Universo DC de los ltimos a os Will Pfeifer Catwoman, Batman Presenta y Patrick Gleason Green Lantern Corps presentan El hundimiento de San Diego, una historia donde el t tulo lo dice todo Qu ocurrir a si la costa oeste se hundiera en el oc ano La respuesta a dicha pregunta se encuentra nada m s abrir este recopilatorio cargado de emoci n, aventura y acci n Con portada y galer a de cubiertas interior de Alan Davis Una de las mejores historias de Aquaman por fin al alcance de todos.

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    1. Sam Quixote on said:

      San Diego falls into the sea following a massive earthquake! Hundreds of thousands of citizens dead in one fell swoop… or are they? Aquaman investigates! Aquaman polices Atlantis like Batman and Superman watch over Gotham and Metropolis except during this time in the character’s history (about ten years ago), he was in exile from his kingdom and needed an underwater city to be heroic in. Writer Will Pfeifer came up with a clever solution: move a human city into the sea so Aquaman can go back [...]

    2. Keith on said:

      Aside from Batman (bc obvs), Aquaman is probably my favorite member of the Justice League, and it's due entirely to this kinda-old run by Will Pfeifer that DC has finally had the good sense to start collecting, umpteen years later. I dunno what kind of favors Pfeifer has called in recently -- he's not exactly a well-known writer, but this year has seen both his Aquaman and Catwomanseries resurface in new collected editions, seemingly out of nowhere. Since both of these runs were must-buys for me [...]

    3. Will Robinson Jr. on said:

      Pick this up at Baltimore Comic Con along with few other great graphic novels. I have been reading a lot the New 52 Aquaman books. They have really given me an appreciation for the character of Aquaman. So I was really looking forward to reading a Pre-New 52 Dc comic story arc for the character. I hope after reading this book DC Comics will release more reprints of the best Aquaman stories. I will begin by stating the obvious that I am a newcomer to this Aquaman story arc. But what really works [...]

    4. Andrew on said:

      Fun story for the King of Atlantis--frustrating that there aren't more trades of his published. Since this is New 52, the character has a sense of history that gives him weight, without making him feel unapproachable/too complex for the new reader. The plot of this volume is straightforward: much of San Diego just falls into the sea one day, and Aquaman must investigate why while helping the survivors adjust to life underwater. It's quick, enjoyable, unusual, fresh. Some of the art is surprising [...]

    5. Sarah on said:

      With the new Justice League movie coming out, I wanted to read something highlighting Aquaman. I've not read much with him, unless he just happen to be a character in a larger story. Well, earlier this year, I watched "Throne of Atlantis," and learned that, despite what "The Big Bang Theory" suggests, Aquaman does not "suck underwater." In fact, he's pretty downright formidable. I was surprised by how dark this comic was. However, it didn't feel as though it was dark just for the sake of being d [...]

    6. Christopher on said:

      This was pretty cool. I loved the concept of there being this new underwater city that used to be San-Diego. The issues with the government later in the comic made sense to me. The art wasn't my favorite in this for whatever reason. I feel like Aquaman is basically underwater batman. He's really broody. He wasn't really that interesting to me, though. I'm not sure if I'll read any more of this Aquaman. There were a few really cool fight scenes. I liked the way Aquaman used his powers sometimes. [...]

    7. Diz on said:

      This raises an interesting question: would you sacrifice a few hundred thousand people to save billions? Aquaman comes face-to-face with such a situation when a large part of San Diego sinks into the ocean. This story does a good job of making Aquaman and his powers seem relevant and powerful. There were two things that I didn't care for though. First, the villain in this arc was a bit disappointing. Second, there were a few too many scenes of gore than I cared for. Lighten up of the gore, DC!

    8. Ippino on said:

      Primo fumetto di Aquaman che leggo: molto buono!Pfeifer mi era piaciuto anche su Catwoman; in questo caso, non so se è lo scrittore giusto anche per questo personaggio, o se è proprio un bravo scrittore di per sè, ma la storia è molto bella.Incalzante, con buoni tempi narrativi, si dipana e si espande piano piano fino al finale.I disegni funzionano bene, anche se alcune tavole, soprattutto le splash-page, non mi hanno fatto impazzire.

    9. Laurel on said:

      While this story has an interesting premise, the writing isn't good enough. The dialog is stilted, the characterizations often illogical, various plot holes become glaringly obvious, and the book doesn't include the true ending of the overall story. The art is effective with a nice use of shadowing, although the figure work looks a bit stiff.

    10. John Yelverton on said:

      This was, hands down, one of the dumbest stories that ever came out of DC Comics. It's one of the reasons why Aquaman has been the butt of endless jokes and put downs for decades.

    11. Variaciones Enrojo on said:

      Edición española que incluye Aquaman Vol. IV #15-20, la saga conocida en inglés como "American Tidal".

    12. Koen on said:

      My first encounter with Aquaman in his own world and I must say it wasn't all that bad. Strange ending though? It feels like there was still a part left untold

    13. Robert on said:

      I remember reading a few issues of this is single-comic form years ago. Nice to go over them again.

    14. Daniel Butcher on said:

      Just wished it felt like everything was here in the collection.

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