The Atlanteans of the DC Universe are some of the most powerful beings on Earth, but some are definitely stronger than others.
From Batman to Green Arrow and Martian Manhunter, anyone who is anyone in the DC Comics world has 'died' at some point or another.
The DCEU's Aquaman proved a huge commercial hit, so what is next in store for Arthur and Mera? These comic stories are ripe for adaptation.
Justice League #31 brings back a key member of the superhero team, but this iconic DC hero's return sets him up as the team's next major foe.
Aquaman #51 reveals that despite his past travails, DC's Arthur Curry has finally taken on the apprentice fans have been waiting to see.
Aquaman #51 just gave Arthur Curry's deadliest villain a shocking upgrade thanks to Lex Luthor, except this power-boost comes with a unique familial trait.
This week, Bane breaks Batman in a whole new way, Rocket Raccoon returns, and the Powers of X take us to yet another possible future for the X-Men.
While both are pretty strong, only one can come out the clear winner. The question is who?
From her pure Atlantean status to her intensive magical training, here are some ways that Mera trumps Aquaman when it comes to strength.
DC Comics' advance solicitation information reveals Black Manta gets an upgrade with Aquaman standing in his way.
The Flash might be known for his speed, but there are plenty of heroes who are also superfast that aren't tied to the Speed Force.
Aquaman has returned to the surface world, seeking a normal life, but that's not going to happen when a familiar face comes calling.
CBR has the exclusive first look at Aquaman #50, by writer Kelly Sue DeConnick and artists Eduardo Pansica and Robson Rocha.
In their latest look at creators talking about comics (or comic-related media), CSBG sees Aquaman point out how few Aquaman action figures there were.
Aquaman isn't the friendliest of DC Comics' heroes - but there are some heroes he enjoys... and some he hates.