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9781779500953

Aquaman the Death of a Prince

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  • ISBN13:

    9781779500953

  • ISBN10:

    1779500955

  • Edition: Deluxe
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2020-02-04
  • Publisher: Dc Comics

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Summary

A can't-miss classic of Aquaman's defining moments - This dramatic tale from the 1970's features many of Aquaman's greatest enemies, and his greatest tragedy!

After being dethroned by his own people and sent into exile, Aquaman discovers a conspiracy within his Kingdom. Rather than reclaim his birthright, he decides to become a super-hero. But even Aquaman cannot escape tragedy as Black Manta kidnaps and kills his infant son! The crushing blow threatens his relationship with his beloved wife, Mera. How Aquaman copes with these crushing blows comes to define him as the hero we know today.

Collects Adventure Comics #435-437, 441-445 and Aquaman #57-63.

Author Biography

David Michelinie is an American comic book writer who gained prominence in the late 1970s with a run on Iron Man that includes the "Demon in a Bottle" storyline. His other work includes The Avengers, Web of Spider-Man and Amazing Spider-Man (including the wedding of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson). Returning to DC Comics for the first time since his early 1970s work on war and mystery titles, Micheline wrote the adventures of Superman in Action Comics, as well as writing Justice League Task Force.

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