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DC Preview: Aquaman #60

Mera wakes up from her coma more powerful than ever before…but finds her kingdom in absolute peril!

Mera wakes up from her coma more powerful than ever before…but finds her kingdom in absolute peril! Meanwhile, with Ocean Master hell-bent on kidnapping the infant Princess Andy to assert his power, Aquaman takes his daughter on the run-as far away from the water as he can manage!

Written by: Kelly Sue DeConnick
Pencils: Miguel Mendonca
Inks: Miguel Mendonca
Colored by: Romulo Fajardo, Jr.
Cover by: Daniel Henriques, Marcelo Maiolo, Robson Rocha
Page Count: 25 Pages
Release Date: June 23 2020
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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DC Preview: Aquaman #60

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DC Preview: Aquaman #60

DC Preview: Aquaman #60

DC Preview: Aquaman #60

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