Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Decent Comics: "Come the Revolution" by Skeates and Aparo

Social unrest! Politics! Intrigue! And at the time, Aquaman was best known as a Saturday Morning Cartoon Show! Leave it to Steve Skeates and Jim Aparo to take The King of the Seven Seas to the next level and blow our collective minds! From Aquaman #47 (July 1969), and with the spotlight turned on Aquagirl, here's "Come the Revolution!"
Cover art by Nick Cardy

1 comment:

  1. I found Steve Skeates' relevence to be far less strident than that being showcased in GL/GA. And who could ever complain about the Jim Aparo tour de force being presented every issue of Aquaman.



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