Aquaman has returned to the surface world, seeking a normal life, but that's not going to happen when a familiar face comes calling.
Jason Cohen is a freelance comic book writer and a devoted follower of almost anything published by DC Comics. He likes Batman a lot, but anything about some obscure superhero that no one has ever heard of or wants to talk about will do. He's hoping for the return of Bloodwynd soon.
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