Current Aquaman News


Wednesday, August 15, 2007


Tiny Garth
Just what we need. Another Aquaman chase figure in an action figure set. Heck, I still haven't managed to get my hands on the pre-school Super Friends Aquaman (me want!).

More pictures of the new DC line from Action Figure Insider.

Tiny Garth
Aquaman and Garth will show up in the new all-ages books from DC. "Super Friends" will feature Aquaman, and "Tiny Titans" will have Garth show up. Leah would have LOVED this version of Garth.

Aquaman and Wonder Woman

There was a guy dressed as Aquaman at Wizard World Chicago. The one on the left.

Rob gets his hands on The Aquaman Chronicles.

Fish reduce Mosquitoes.

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Thursday, March 15, 2007


Tad Williams is back from his signing tour, and posted on the DC Message Board a nice note with some good tidbits for people to read. One item of note, Tad mentions that he will be working with Paul Gulacy on the book, which was rumored some time ago but never confirmed.

Rob at the Aquaman Shrine has an interview with Steve Skeates. Just to add to the fun, the next issue of The Aquaman Chronicles, a print fanzine, will be devoted to Steve Skeates.

The Comic Treadmill judges Kurt's run on Aquaman.

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Monday, January 15, 2007

Chronicles, Previews, and Tad Williams

I want to point out The Comics Treadmill's recent post that mentions John Schwirian's fantastic fanzine, The Aquaman Chronicles. Again, I have very little to do with John's efforts, except that I promote him and provided some webspace for an on-line advertisement. I urge any Aquaman fan to check out the fanzine for something more than my single point of view.

There is a preview of three pages of Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis #50 at Newsarama (scroll down).

In addition, I contacted Tad Williams and asked a couple of questions. To "is there anything you would like me to post as a greeting," Tad responded with Hello! and added that he's looking forward to having some Aquaman stuff published so folks will discuss it.

I also asked which of his books he would suggest for new readers who might want to try his stuff before Aquaman hits the stands. It is a difficult question, so I'll quote Tad's answer:
It's always hard to suggest books, because the stuff that most people know best (and probably think is most representative of me) are my two multi-volume series, OTHERLAND and the MEMORY, SORROW, AND THORN books, but they take a VERY long time to read. I suppose those who don't want to make such a commitment might want to try WAR OF THE FLOWERS, which is complete in one volume. They could also look at my new collection of short works, RITE, which will give them an idea how I work with other people's characters, like Gaiman's Sandman and Mike Moorcock's Elric.

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Thursday, September 07, 2006

Aquaman Chronicles #14 Is Out!

Finally, after an unfortunate hiatus, Aquaman Chronicles #14 is out to subscribers!

Aquaman Chronicles #14