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Collected in Aquaman 15-16 and Justice League 15-17

Writer:Geoff Johns (Justice League 15-17; Aquaman 15-16)

Published by DC Comics

Even though “Death of the Family” got the lion’s share of publicity, DC scored an unexpected hit and shift in status quo when it crossed over the bestselling Justice League with apparent upstart Aquaman. Perhaps it succeeded because of the creative unity that comes from having only one writer and two pencillers. Geoff Johns also has been on both books since their first issues allowing him to set up plot points, like The Trench, which appeared in Aquaman 1 and come back with a vengeance. There are a plethora of inkers, colorists, and cover artists on these books, but this can be attributed to the huge scope of the storyline and the need to meet deadlines. This event has all the trappings of a good summer superhero blockbuster mixed with realpolitik, »

- Logan Dalton

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