Justice League: Drowned Earth: DC Announces Aquaman Movie-Themed Variants

Justice League Aquaman Drowned Earth Movie Variant

Before Jason Momoa's King of Atlantis surfs into theaters this December, he'll be making a splash on Aquaman-themed variant covers to the upcoming Justice League/Aquaman crossover "Drowned Earth."

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Artist Francis Manapul will provide the Aquaman movie variant for Justice League/Aquaman: Drowned Earth #1, which features Momoa's Aquaman and Amber Heard's Mera striking a pose. That 48-page one-shot, by James Tynion IV and Howard Porter, will kick off the event on October 31.

Aquaman Justice Drowned Earth Francis Manapul Movie Variant

Meanwhile, Francesco Mattina's variant cover for Justice League #11 shows Momoa's Aquaman casting an imposing impression as the King of the Seven Seas in shark-infested waters. Written by Scott Snyder with art by Manapul, the second part of the crossover is on sale November 7.

Justice League 11 Drowned Earth Francesco Mattinas Aquaman Movie Variant

In the storyline, Aquaman and the Justice League will face off with the Ocean Lords, an ancient group of powerful entities who want to flood the world and turn Earth's populace into fishy monsters. As if that wasn't enough, Aquaman will also have to deal with his arch-enemy, Black Manta, and some revelations about his aquatic legacy.

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While these are the only covers that we've seen, DC also revealed the line-up of artists who will provide Aquaman variants as the crossover continues through the rest of November and December. Ben Oliver will provide the variant for Aquaman #42 and Lucio Parillo will illustrate the variant for Justice League #12, which are both on sale November 21. Dale Keown will draw the variant for Aquaman/Justice League: Drowned Earth #1, on sale November 28, and Nicola Scott will handle the variant for Aquaman #43, which is scheduled for release on December 19.

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