By Kelly Sue DeConnick, Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, Sunny Gho, and Clayton Cowles
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Robson Rocha’s current run on Aquaman has been less of a superhero story, and more of a mythological fantasy adventure. Arthur Curry has yet to embrace who
he really is as he is thrust into a world of elemental gods and monsters.
Aquaman #46 widens the already large scope of the story and leans into the weirder aspects of the world of the King of Atlantis. Rocha’s artwork is gorgeous and DeConnick’s brand of lyrical narration rides and falls beautifully like the peaceful swell and subsequent violent crash of an ocean tide.