Aquaman has joined the multiple issues party, with two issues coming out in September. Geoff Johns and Tony Bedard are co-writing issues that focus on Black Manta and Ocean Master, the only two villains Aquaman has. "We wanted to quadruple ship Aquaman like the rest of DC's main books," Johns said to a mirror in a bathroom in Tuskalooska, OK. "But, DC didn't sign off on our Child Tapping on Aquarium Glass and Land-Locked Countries on Sunny Days issues."
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