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The trial of Steve Rogers begins...and She-Hulk’s having a tough time on defense.
More developments with M.O.D.O.K.'s plans. What will Maria Hill and the Avengers do next?
When mediating a conflict between two sets of monumentally superpowered individuals, context is EVERYthing!
@hit_monkey: Hey man. You could begin with Atlantis Chronicles (though Aquaman is not featured until the last pages of the last issue, it's a great self contained epic) to get the whole PRE Flashpoint Atlantis history.
After that it's Time and Tide followed by the Peter David series which lasted for 75 issues (although the ones from Erik Larsen are pretty bad) and at the same time the Grant Morrison JLA (starting with the 3 issue mini JLA A Midsummer's Nightmare, by Waid).
You can check the other stories in the list to see when they were released for better continuity.
Nice list!. We agree on most of those.
Thx! I might update the list after the Villains Month.
@jstndmnd: No problem! I didn't like the lists from the official sites, so I made this one instead with more stories.
@justthatkid: Hehe, it's not exactly what happens in the issue, but it's close. Definitely one of modern Aquaman's most famous covers.
@argusx: I doubt Batman could punch Superman without his hand braking (that was shown in previous continuity when Bats tried to punch Supes). Furthermore even if Bats could knock Supes back, he wouldn't be strong enough to punch him several feet back and have him break steel (as is shown in AQ 15) on impact.
That of course might not actually hurt Supes, but it affected him.
But what I think is that these scene just serves to show that "Atlanteans are clearly superhuman" in the DCnU.
It establishes that a full race of guys like Vulko is a threat.
And Aquaman being their most powerful member, able to survive drops from airplanes, explosions, bullets, electircity, heat, lift transatlantic ships, move at mach > 5 , etc etc plus wielding the weapon that actually made Darkseid bleed is a threat to anyone.
That's the bottomline I think.
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