Aquaman Hollywood Movie 2018
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|Added||:||Mar 20, 2019|
|Released||:||Dec 21, 2018|
|Genre||:||Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi|
|Actors||:||Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Dolph Lundgren, Nicole Kidman, Julie Andrews, Patrick Wilson, Willem Dafoe, Graham McTavish, Tahlia Jade Holt, Djimon Hounsou, Randall Park, Temuera Morrison, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Leigh Whannell, Natalia Safran, Michael Beach, Ludi Lin, Sophia Forrest, Alice Lanesbury, Otis Dhanji, Patrick Cox, Kaan Guldur, Gabriella Petkova, Anna Patch, Mikey Wulff, Patrick Atchison, Ross Kernahan, Winnie Mzembe, Vincent B. Gorce, Dylan Stumer|
|Writer||:||Will Beall, Geoff Johns, James Wan|
|Description||:||Arthur Curry learns that he is the heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, and must step forward to lead his people and be a hero to the world.Aquaman Hollywood Movie 2018|
Soon thereafter, the first Aquaman solo series began, with the first issue cover-dated February 1962. The same month, the backup feature in Detective Comics ended with issue #300. Simultaneously with the solo series, an Aquaman backup feature was also published in World’s Finest #125–139 (cover-dated May 1962 to February 1964). The solo series Aquaman would last 56 issues in its initial run until 1971.
After a three-year hiatus, Aquaman returned as a backup feature in Adventure Comics for issues #435–437 before becoming the main feature in issues #441–452. This run transitioned into a revival of the Aquaman solo series in 1977, resuming the initial run’s numbering at #57; however, the series ended after just seven issues with #63 in 1978.
Aquaman once again returned to Adventure Comics as part of the Dollar Comics revamp of the series, appearing in issues #460–466 over 1978–1979. When this ended, Aquaman appeared in three issues of World’s Finest Comics (#262–264) and then returned to Adventure Comics as the first feature for four more issues (#475–#478). The feature found a new home as a backup in Action Comics for 14 issues (#517–520; #527–530; #536–540), which would be the end of Aquaman’s Pre-Crisis solo appearances.
Aquaman’s first Post-Crisis appearance was in the four-issue miniseries Aquaman (vol. 2) in 1986, which gave the character a new blue costume which did not reappear in any later series. In 1989, the character starred in the Legend of Aquaman Special one-shot issue, followed by the five-issue miniseries Aquaman (vol. 3). A new ongoing series, Aquaman (vol. 4), began in 1991, but was cancelled after 13 issues.