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.
Batman is dragged through a desert, Superman's first year is revealed, Daredevil's retirement continues, and the Guardians confront a new Thanos.
When Aquaman ended abruptly in 1971, Steve Skeates kept the series going twice in two different comics for two different comic book companies!
In a feature looking at stories from back when comic books weren't political at all, CSBG sees Aquaman take on lake pollution in the 1960/1970s!
Writer Kelly Sue DeConnock explores the new story that brings Aquaman back to the mother ocean - and into unexpected conflict with Mera.
Aquaman, Daredevil, Batman, and the X-Men all feature in this week's pull list from the big two, Marvel and DC!
The X-Men continue their comeback, the Daredevil renews an old rivalry, and Aquaman inches closer to his movie self. Yup, it's new comics day again!
Senator Mike Lee demonstrated his stance against the Democrats' Green New Deal with images of Aquaman and Star Wars.
From Uncanny X-Men to Batman, we look at all the new and fresh comics coming out this week and recommend the very best from Marvel and DC!
DC's Aquaman was a smash (splash!) hit - and now that a sequel is on the way, which characters should re-join him?
Say what you will about DC’s recent movie efforts, but there’s one thing that’s tough to deny: Jason Momoa gave Aquaman credibility and edge
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Robson Rocha's Aquaman #45 is a prime example of how legend can help shape modern comic book lore in interesting ways.