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Aqua Leung Paperback – April 9, 2008
The impressive coloring adds a lush facet to the story, and Maybury's imaginative drawings mix manga and indie comics sensibilities. A gallery of pinups by a bevy of indie stars like Jeffrey Brown and James Kochalka adds to the feeling that this is the alterna-comics crowd's answer to widescreen epic fantasy. While there's a lot of verve and energy on display, the jumbled storytelling makes this saga hard to follow at times. (Apr.) - Publisher Weekly
In many ways, the first volume of "Aqua Leung" is the story of Namor's youth that you've always wanted to read, but free of the restrictions of a shared universe. It's big, bold, and should appeal to a broad audience: smart enough for adult comic readers, fast-paced and immersive for the (older) kids, and easily the best comic of its type since Jeff Smith's "Bone" wrapped up. - Comic Book Resources
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I would recommend it to fans of graphic novels.