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Comics: ‘Aquaman’ Will Now Look Like Jason Momoa

Published on June 13th, 2017 | Updated on June 13th, 2017 | By FanFest

Comic lovers, unite! Here is some awesome news for the people that are following the Justice League Universe. For the people that always took a step further and are diving into the massive amount of comics that DC Comics is releasing, it’s only fair that Arthur Curry gets involved. With the Aquaman movie coming out in December, 2018, it’s only fair that the comic Arthur Curry will have a makeover. And doesn’t he look familiar? Take a look in the gallery below:

Aquaman #25 will be released later this month. The ones that are following the comic line, know that the story was about Arthur fighting to keep his place at the throne. But, like any superhero he is fighting enemies that are trying to take his hard work away. His new look doesn’t come out of the blue.

But, this comic line doesn’t seem to have the same storyline as the movie, as the relaunch of the Aquaman comic is coming, we are guessing that this will be the comic following the storyline of the movie. Which would make more sense. But hey, we never know with DC Comics!

Will you buy Aquaman #25 this month? Or do you rather wait on the movie to be released on December 21, 2018? And do you think this looks like Jason Momoa?

Let us know in the comments below!

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2 thoughts on “Comics: ‘Aquaman’ Will Now Look Like Jason Momoa

  1. I bought Aquaman #25 this week. But it wasn’t for the new “renegade” look. I bought it for the mind-blowing artwork of new Aquaman artist Stjepan Sejic. In these latest comics that Sejic is designing, Atlantis looks exactly like movie concept artwork. Atlantis has never before appeared so immense, layered, diverse, and alien. It’s a real breakthrough for the medium.

    I don’t know what your prior exposure to Aquaman comics is, but this look is not new. During the 90s-2000s Aquaman had this same look with the long hair and beard; during the “one hand & harpoon” era.

  2. Not gonna lie, I really prefer the Momoa look of Aquaman. I never much cared for the character until after his portrayal of it; that was the first time I legit took the character serious.
    When they tried to make him serious before it came across as edgy and just dark for the sake of attention; but Jason and the writers behind the movie really gave him a realistic serious portrayal I can get behind.

    I hope to see more like this.

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